|Shoulder the Burden|
Category: Miragent Holy Templar Quest
Talk with Ettamirel. Talk with Jupion. Talk with Elizar. Collect Sanctum Decorations and take them to Elizar. PlayerTake the Oath Stone to High Priest Jucleas and ask him to perform the ritual of affirmation. Talk with Lavirintos. According to Lavirintos, you need to prove your combat prowess before joining the Miragent Holy Templars. Prove your ability by earning Sanctum Decorations, and get an Eternal Glory stone.
Lavirintos said that you had to pass the traditional combat test to be a Miragent's Holy Templar.
You consulted Ettamirel, Jupion, and Elizar and learned that you had to earn Decorations of Sanctum to prove your ability. You took the decorations to Elizar, who gave you the Eternal Glory stone and told you to undertake the ritual of affirmation, then meet Lavirintos.
When you met Lavirintos, he gave the pauldrons of the Miragent Holy Templars.
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Still determined to become a Miragent's Holy Templar?
We are going to test your combat power, patience, and courage. The first test is about combat power.
Your combat prowess is already the talk of Sanctum, of course. But now you have to prove yourself according to our tradition.
We Miragent Holy Templars don't crave battle for its own sake. We fight to make contributions to Atreia's future.
To pass the test, you must similar contributions...it's a chance for a challenger to prove combat worthiness and dedication to the Elyos people at the same time.
Ready to take the test?
To become a Miragent Holy Templar is to become a ray of light, illuminating all of Elysea.
You have to drive out all enemies threatening not just Sanctum, but any place in Elysea calling for your help.
I've informed Ettamirel that you are our most recent challenger. She will explain the assignment in detail.
Only a few Daevas have passed the qualification test of the Miragent Holy Templars. Indeed, I remember most of their names.
Let's see whether I'll remember yours.
We'll start with a riddle: It was given by the will of the Five Seraphim Lords, it's a reward for sacrifice, and it's called the "glory of all Daevas." What is it?
Correct. A decoration is a symbol proving that you have used your power for justice.
Everyone can see what you've done just by glancing at the decoration.
Now, go to Jupion. She will tell you which decorations you need to pass this test.
You challengers seem younger and younger to me. You probably aren't even old enough to remember the Cataclysm, are you?
Oh, you're the one with no memory...who knows? Maybe you're older than me, eh?
In any case, I too have a riddle. Do you know the place which was the center of Ancient Atreia, the land Siel's first pupil discovered, and where the wisdom of the Five Seraphim Lords coalesced?
Especially if you don't remember living through historical events, it's important for a Daeva to learn the history of our people.
But enough prattle! Go see Elizar, the last person you need to consult for this test.
Since you've already met Ettamirel and Jupion, you can answer the last question I'll make.
Combine the two glorious words you used as answers to their riddles.
The combined phrase is what you have to obtain in this assignment.
Correct! Sanctum Decoration was first made to commemorate the establishment of Sanctum.
While building Sanctum, we Elyos overcame chaos and damage caused by the Cataclysm and started to kindle our hope for a better tomorrow. When we built Sanctum, we realized that that we were truly Aion's chosen people.
And that's why your task is to earn ten Decorations of Sanctum. Now to to Dairos or Iocaste and ask for advice on how to earn those decorations.
Wow! Have you already collected enough Sanctum Decoration?
I knew you could do it, but your pace astounds me.
Could you give me the decorations you've earned? I'll check them with my own eyes.
Few challengers make it this far, and they comfort themselves with the notion that at least they're heroes of Elysea, even if they aren't Miragent Holy Templars. But you're moving onward and upward. My confidence in you grows, Player.
This stone, also called the Eternal Glory, is a symbol of contribution. It's used in many symbols because its composition and shape do not change no matter how old it is.
Now you need to meet Jucleas, take the ritual of affirmation, and give the Eternal Glory to Commander Lavirintos.
You're back again?
We high priests are supposed to be ambivalent about worldly concerns, but I'll admit it: I'm rooting for you, Player.
Of course. Right away, Player.
Show me the Oath Stone.
After a while, you'll get used to this. Whenever you come to me as a challenger, you need to bring an Oath Stone with you.
Go buy a Oath Stone. And don't bother complaining about the expense. I've heard it all before.
Splendid! Another step on your path to joining is complete. It is some pauldrons.
Wear these pauldrons with pride. They'll show everyone that the Miragent Holy Templars are pleased with your endeavors.
5 390 338 XP
Miragent's Magic Shoulderguards
|Class||Warrior, Scout, Mage, Priest, Technist, Muse, Gladiator, Templar, Assassin, Ranger, Sorcerer, Spiritmaster, Chanter, Cleric, Gunslinger, Songweaver, Aethertech|
Quest requirementsFinished quests:
The Quest for Templars
This quest opens access to following quests:
Templar of Construction