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A Light in the Night

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A Light in the Night
Level 50
Type Solo
Starts with Ruche
Starts at Sandstar Ruins
Ends with Miel
Ends at Sandstar Ruins
Quest Chain Blue Rays in the Desert

Walkthrough & Notes[edit | edit source]

Ruche said that on that fateful day, there was a shooting star and a small earthquake but that was it. Still, you're pretty sure he knows more about Miel than he's letting on. Tell Miel what you've learned.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

7,000 Mesos 1,871,386 Experience 

Quest Text[edit | edit source]

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Ruche: What a strange person he is. Why didn't he come talk himself? And what do you want?
> What happened the day that Miel appeared?
Ruche: First of all, it was at night. It was a perfectly normal night, too. But then, the sky started to spin and there was a bright light. The light came down, down, down, like a shooting star.
Ruche: I was so surprised, I couldn't move. I just stood there and stared. But then the ground started to shake, so I ran over to where the light fell. I found Miel, surrounded by a blue light.
> Interesting. Did you notice anything else unusual?
Ruche: Well... To be honest, everything seemed too clean. No hole, no dirt, no bits of space rock, nothing! If something fell from the night sky, it should leave a hole or bits, right? Whatever happened must have been entirely magical.
Ruche: I told him all this already, you know. He refused to believe me, I don't know why. At least now he can hear it from someone else. And tell him not to call me that name anymore.
> To be fair, it's a really nice name. Ruche!
Ruche: He gave me that name! We sunset foxes live free here in the desert and have no need for names.

Talking to Ruche again:

Ruche: There, I said my piece. Go back to Miel and tell him to get over it already.

Quest Completion[edit | edit source]

Miel: Well, that's more detail than what he told me. I think there might be a clue there...

Objective[edit | edit source]