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Bone Chips Felwithe
- For the overview of the many bone chips quests, see Bone Chips Quests.
|Start Zone:||Northern Felwithe|
|Quest Giver:||Yeolarn Bronzeleaf|
|Related NPCs:||a decaying skeleton|
Note: You must have at least apprehensive faction to do this quest.
Yeolarn Bronzeleaf is the in the Cleric Guild is in Northern Felwithe, at 12.77, -433.90 This quest doesn't lower faction with The Dead; it only raises factions.
You say, 'Hail Yeolarn Bronzeleaf'
- Yeolarn Bronzeleaf says 'Hail, ______! We of Tunare are charged with protecting the Great Mother from the forces of Innoruuk. Even now, the evil missions of this foul deity are dispoiling our great forest. Will you help us [protect the Mother]?
You say, 'I will help protect the Mother.'
- Yeolarn Bronzeleaf says 'Just outside the gates of Felwithe, the forces of Innoruuk gather in the guise of decaying skeletons. Bring me four set of bone chips as proof of our vigilance. I assure you, your faith shall not go unrewarded.'
Hand in four Bone Chips.
- Yeolarn Bronzeleaf says 'Praise Tunare! I knew you would be victorious. I reward you with this spell, and pray that it will help you in your fight against the unholy forces of Innoruk. When you are ready you will make a fine [Initiate of Tunare].'
You gain experience!! (3% per turn in at level 3)
Note: 59 turn-ins will take you from scowling to threatening. Another 40 turn-ins will take you from threatening to apprehensive.
This quest is NOT as good as the kaladim bone chip quest for XP purposes but it is still decent if you can't do that one for whatever reason. For example, a Rallos Zek war/bard (dwarves hate RZ). I think there is also a strong possibility you can do this in wolf form even as an evil deity since it is an outdoor zone and most HE surprisingly don't seem to care about deity (But I dont have a druid to test this out).
On a Rallos Zek Gnome War, it took 30 stacks of bone chips to go from lvl 1-8. It took about another 12 stacks to get to 9, and another 20 stacks to get to 10. Thats about 62 total stacks to get to 10 (I'm going from memory but its pretty close)