A house in Prontera.
|Prerequisites||100 Fluff, 50 Poison Spore, 30 Scorpion Tail, 20 Rotten Bandage, 15 Little Evil Horn, 10 Coral Reef, 10 Empty Test Tube, 2 Yggdrasil Leaf, 10 Green Herb, artsy items, 10 Royal Jelly, 20 Honey 30 Bear's Footskin, 1 Hinalle Leaflet, 1 Ment, 1 Empty Bottle, 10,000 Zeny|
| Umbala Language|
"Hm...? Can I help you?
[I've been following these signs and...]
Great...! Welcome to my humble lodgings. Hmm, let me see...
Hey, I think you might be well-suited for the job! But do you think you can come back later? I've got my hands full with some other business.
Oh, right, would you tell me your name? <name>? Okay then, I'll remember that. Talk to you later, alright?"
- When talking to Arian in Morroc, bring only the set he asks for each time and NO other sets, i.e. not 100 Fluff and 50 Poison Spore at the same time. Otherwise, he will take all the quest items and you'll need to recollect.
- The quiz you have to beat Jesqurienne at will be randomized each time you attempt it. If you take too long to answer, the quiz will reset. Just keep challenging her and you'll beat her eventually.
- There is a "dancing" portion of the quest that requires you to move your character to certain spots at certain times. Any movement speed enhancing items/buffs are recommended, but not necessary.
- Alchemist Melkaba has a chance to fail making a Vigorgra so you might have to look for these items again.
"Congratulations! You managed to pass all of the tests! You seem to be the perfect person to carry out this special assignment!
By now, you must have six Sobbing Starlight pieces. I'm sure you want to know more about these fragments.
I remember last summer, I found the wholly formed Sobbing Starlight north of Mount Mjolnir during one of my expeditions. Although it was in perfect shape, once it was exposed to the air, it began to crack and shattered into the pieces you now hold in your hand.
Now, an ordinary artisan can't put the Sobbing Starlight back together. This mysterious stone has some strange properties. But it's imperative for me to get this stone reassembled. Once restored, a strange pattern can be seen within the Sobbing Starlight. I guess that the pattern is a message written in an ancient language.
Would you let me borrow the pieces for a second? I'll show you something quite interesting."
Once you hand the pieces of the Sobbing Starlight to Metz, he pulls out a seventh piece. Once gathered, they begin to emit a strange light.
"Since the pieces still respond to each other, I believe that it's possible for the Sobbing Starlight to be restored to its original form. We're still seeking an artisan of great skill for this task. Once we know, we'll call you right away. For now, please hold on to these pieces."