ID: 1099/1
Wanted: Hekaru
icon Quest
Area: All
Types: Repeat
Level: 1
Repeat: 1d

Next quest in the chain:
icon - Wanted: Ocean Stalker


Start NPC:
icon - Croix
End NPC:
icon - Croix

- Description:
Croix the Velia Wharf Manager said the liners and merchant ships crossing to and from Port Ratt are often attacked by monsters at the Great Ocean. He is asking you to defeat them. Go out to the Great Ocean to defeat Hekaru and come back.

※You need a vessel (e.g. Epheria Sailboat, Epheria Frigate, or [Guild] Galley) equipped with Cannons in order to defeat monsters in the Great Ocean.
※The Great Ocean is the vast waters north of Kuit Islands and Lema Island.
※You cannot use the Navigation function in the Great Ocean. Your location in the World Map cannot be seen once you enter the Great Ocean.
※ This is a daily quest which will reset at 00:00 UTC after its completion, and can be repeated afterwards.

There are all kinds of dangers out on the water.
But the most frightening things are far out in the ocean.
There are creatures as big as whales yet more cunning than Imps.
You'll know when you sail out.
When you defeat them and come back,
I will give you a reward.
That is, if you manage to come back alive.

There are countless ships those scums sank.
You'd better be careful.

You are... strong.

Kill monsters (1):
icon - Hekaru

Standard
- Contribution EXP 300
- Sailing Skill EXP
- Origin of Wind

Availability
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Quest requirements
Sailing: Beginner 3
Not finished quest: icon - Wanted: Ocean Stalker
Not accepted quest: icon - Wanted: Ocean Stalker
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