Start NPC:   Agado-Pugado - Rabao (G-9)
  Selbina/Rabao Reputation: 5
  Items Needed:   None
  Title:   Heir of the Great Wind
  Repeatable:   Yes
  Reward:   Ability to summon Garuda or
  10,000g or
  Bubbly Water or
  Wind Belt or
  Wind Ring or
  Garuda's Dagger

  Previous Quest:   None
  Next Quest:   The Moonlit Path
  Mama Mia


  • To get to the Cloister of Gales, travel to F-7 in Cape Teriggan and follow a tunnel off the map. This area is filled with very dangerous creatures such as manticores and high-level goblins. Sneak and Invisible are needed at all times. Take every left you can here, and you will eventually find the Cloister of Gales.
General Notes
  • Everyone who is involved in the fight must have a tuning fork of the correct protocrystal. *There is no cap on this battle.
  • There is a 30-minute time limit.
  • Appropriate bar- spells, elemental Torques (or Enhancing Torque), and Mal- rings can be helpful for the fight.
  • You can buff up before entering the protocrystal, so feel free to do so and rest up while still outside.
  • The battlefield is shaped like a long path up the side of hill, with a switchback about halfway to the top. This allows the mages to stand above the fight (and out of easy reach of the avatar) while still being able to cast spells upon the combatants.
  • It is important to keep the correct Bar-spell up at all times.
  • It is strongly recommended to fight each avatar on the day it is weak to (i.e. Shiva on Firesday) and even more strongly recommended NOT to fight the avatar on its day (i.e. Shiva on Iceday). Spells of each element are much stronger on their specific day of the week.
  • Each Trial By quest is repeatable, but only once per real life day.
  • Each time you complete the quest, you can choose one reward from the list, which varies from avatar to avatar.
  • In order to get the Fenrir quest (The Moonlit Path), you have to have whispers (key items) from all six elemental avatars. This means that you can't turn them in for reward until you have all six, at which point you can give them to the Fenrir quest giver (Leepe-Hoppe in Windurst Waters).
  • Each quest giver is a tarutaru who stands next to a non-Tarutaru warrior. If you don't have sufficient fame, the Taru will just complain about being hurt a lot while his or her companion will discuss perseverance and not giving up. If you have sufficient fame, the Tarutaru will give you the tuning fork. The non-Taru will give you a Trial Size Tuning Fork if you have met the requirements for that quest.

Game Description

Client: Agado-Pugado (Near the oasis, Rabao)

Ring the tuning fork of wind upon the protocrystal in Cape Terrigan. A path will open to the trial that awaits.
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