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Maat
Jeuno
Männlich Hume

Standort: Ru'Lude Gardens (H-5)
Lokalisierung: Grand Duke Palace

Zusätzlicher Dialog

In Defiant Challenge

Well, well... You've come quite far, but you've still got a long way to go. Do you know about the people here?
Well, don't take this personally, but to them, you're just a tiny little bug! And I'm the one who trains them. Yeah, you can call me a teacher.
I'm sure you've ambitions of your own, right? If you want to break the barriers within you, you'll have to pass my test. What do you say?
Accept the challenge?


This is good, very good! Today you've taken your first step into a broader world!
What, you don't understand? Just get out there and fight. Then you'll see!
Your level limit is now 55.

Atop the Highest Mountains

Maat: How's it feel at the top, sonny/kiddo? Well, you ain't even close yet. You're just gettin' started!
You think you had a hard time with that last quest? Well, when I was your age, I had to gather twice as many items in half the time! So, stop complainin'!
Do you think you've got what it takes to take the next step? Don't think I'm forcing you, or anything!
Accept the challenge?

  • Of course!
    Good answer! I'm proud to have a pupil like you! Anyway, listen close to what I have to say.
    Many caverns to the north are home to fiends that can find you even when you're invisible. Bring me three samples of frigicite from deep within.
    This time, it's a test of wits. Barrier-breakers need brains, after all. Well, get going!
  • No, not yet.
    Oh? Very well. It's your life.

Yes, the very thing! You've crossed another great threshold today! Of course, this is merely a prologue of things to come!
Your level limit is now 60.

Whence Blows the Wind

Maat: So you think you're ready for the next challenge?
Do you think you can handle it?

  • Of course!
    That's the spirit. You'll never get anything in this world unless you really want it.
    An Orcish crest, a Quadav crest, and a Yagudo crest. Bring these three items here to me.
    I know you can do it. There's something different about you. I can feel it in my bones!
  • Not just yet.
    Well, the choice is yours. I won't goad you into anything.

Maat: I knew you could do it! I believed in you all along.

Riding on the Clouds

Maat: I see you're becoming stronger by the day. Maybe you're ready for my next test. How about it?
Do you think you can handle it?

  • Of course!
    Now listen carefully. First, you must get your hands on four Kindred's seals. I'm going to give you four hints. You have to figure out who I am talking about, and give one of those Kindred's seals to each of them.
    I've already talked to them, so all you have to do is hand over the Kindred's seal and they will trade you back a strange stone.
    If the person you try to trade it to doesn't accept it, then it means you've got the wrong person.
    Here are your four hints, so listen up. I want you to find these people...
    Think hard. You'll figure out who I'm talking about.
    What? You need the hints again? Listen up, then. I want you to find these people...
    • A boy who only thinks of his sick mother.
    • An Elvaan who likes her knives sharp.
    • A little girl who wants to be a Royal Knight, just like her brother.
    • A young Elvaan whose breath stinks.
    • A young man looking for a job where they're not too rough with him.
    • An old man running the Consortium warehouses.
    • A second knight who specializes in the nirvana slash.
    • A shopkeeper who longs for customers that want more than scrolls of Stone.
    • A pioneer of the Palborough Mines.
    • A boy watching over Dalzakk's home while he's off adventuring.
    • A girl who is positive robes and bronze subligaria are the latest fashion.
    • A girl who thinks she can never be as good as her sister.
    • A woman who lost her husband in an accident in the Palborough Mines.
    • Bastok's number five “doorman.”
    • A man so quiet, his boss is ready to call him “Silent Mountain.”
    • A man who is ready to move Bastok into the age of magic.
    • The smartest looking Mithra child.
    • A man looking for something snappy to hook his customers.
    • A woman everybody called a “strange little poppet” when she was younger.
    • A man known for his magic doll upgrades.
    • A little girl sick of being left out all the time.
    • A man that gets upset when anyone tells him that “hats suck.”
    • A lady looking for another tasty frog.
    • A lady that jumps for joy at the sight of rolanberry souvenirs.
    • A weaving woman who lost her memory in Selbina.
    • A Galkan child who is great at hiding.
    • A man who started raising his own sheep to get some good wool.
    • A pupil of Zaldon who knows his fish.
    • A girl whose fiancé is all the way in Selbina.
    • A small mayor in a small town.
    • A guy who knows a lot about pirates for somebody that's never met one.
    • A kid that wants to work with monsters when he grows up.
  • Not just yet.
    Your next test will span over the farthest reaches of Vana'diel. You'll have to give it your all, or you're sure to fail.

Maat:Excellent job!
Remember, adventuring is not all just about battles and monsters, but about the people you meet along the way. Try not to forget those faces.

Shattering Stars

Maat: It's been a long road to the top, and I'm sure you've had your share of hard times along the way.
I want you to remember back to the very first day you stepped out into the Vana'diel sun. You were still a tiny ant trying to climb a mountain...
But now look at you--riding the clouds to the stars.
But don't think that you've reached the top. Even if you break one limit, there's always another waiting for you. But it's our persistent aiming for the top that makes us great.
However, I'm growing old, and there's not much left to teach you. Our tale together has reached its final chapter, so to speak.
But before we turn the page, I'll need you to bring me Testimony.
What's that look on your face? Rounding up something like that should be no problem for a guy/lady like you!
Wolfgang: Master Maat!
Maat: Wh-wh-what in...!?
Oh, it's you, Wolfgang. I wish you'd stop sneaking up on me like that. It's bad for my heart!
Wolfgang: It is time, sir.
Maat: Oh, yes. Of course.
Wolfgang: Sir, you are not still bothering adventurers with your games, are you?
Maat: Games? You should talk, Wolfgang. Why, Player Name here could slice you up and eat you for breakfast.
Wolfgang: Yes, sir...
Now, we must be off. I will meet you at the gate when you arrive.
Maat: I'm sorry about the interruption. Anyway, you go get me that Testimony. While you're doing that, I'll finish my business with Wolfgang.


Maat: That wasn't so hard now, was it?
I bet you're wondering why I keep having you travel around the globe, collecting all these rare and obscure items for me.
Heh heh heh. I know what you're thinking. You're sick and tired of playing fetch for old Maat. You want a chance to show me what you're really made of.
Well, now that you mention it, I think I'd be delighted to test your might with my own hands.
I may look old, but I still have a lot of spunk in me. I can take anything and everything you've got.
What do you say? You'll get your chance to get back at me for all the trouble I've put you through, and I'll get some good exercise.
Challenge Maat?

  • You bet!
  • I'm not ready to hit the mat.
    Huh? You're not afraid of an old man now, are you? Well, I guess I can give you a little more time to prepare. You can call it a handicap. Heh heh heh.

Maat: That wasn't so hard now, was it?
I bet you're wondering why I keep having you travel around the globe, collecting all these rare and obscure items for me.
Heh heh heh. I know what you're thinking. You're sick and tired of playing fetch for old Maat. You want a chance to show me what you're really made of.
Well, now that you mention it, I think I'd be delighted to test your might with my own hands.
I may look old, but I still have a lot of spunk in me. I can take anything and everything you've got.
What do you say? You'll get your chance to get back at me for all the trouble I've put you through, and I'll get some good exercise.
Challenge Maat?

  • You bet!
    Heh heh heh! That's the spirit!
    Now take that Testimony to the burning circle and throw it in. I'll be waiting for you inside.
  • I'm not ready to hit the mat.
    Huh? You're not afraid of an old man now, are you? Well, I guess I can give you a little more time to prepare. You can call it a handicap. Heh heh heh.

Maat: I have to admit, that was one fine display of fighting, Player Name.
It's kind of hard to believe, but did you know that Jeuno was once a run-down, tiny little fishing village?
Now look at her... There isn't a soul in Vana'diel who doesn't know her beauty.
Let me tell you a story...
Long ago, there was a young man--captain of a fishing boat, he was--who lived a modest life in the peaceful harbors of Jeuno. It was often hard for him to make ends meet, but he and his fishing buddies had no complaints. They loved their tiny village...
However, one stormy night, fate came knocking at his door when he rescued two strange lads from the nearby waters. From that day on, the wheels of change began to turn.
There was something different--something special--about those two. They possessed a great deal of knowledge and leadership, and in just a short period of time, they transformed Jeuno from an insignificant dot on the map into a giant metropolis.
At first, the captain welcomed these changes with open arms. However, later he began to ask himself if all this was truly for the good of Jeuno, or if the city was just being used as a piece of some bigger plan put into motion by the two mysterious men...
But by then it was too late... Jeuno and the people living within her walls had changed... There was no turning back.
And so the captain decided: While he still had life inside his bones, he would make it his mission to remain and watch over his hometown.
Monberaux: Good day, Maat.
Maat: Oh, if it isn't Doctor Monberaux.
Monberaux: You are looking quite healthy these days, old chap.
Maat: As healthy as a Hobgoblin, thanks to your treatment. You sure know how to keep your patients happy, heh heh heh.
Monberaux: Ha ha. I'm just doing my job.
By the way...
Maat: Hm?
Monberaux: You mentioned this “captain” watching over Jeuno. What exactly was he making sure of?
Maat: Hmmm...
Well, he was probably just making sure that everybody was happy.
Monberaux: You know, I think you are probably right.
Maat: There are many things out there that threaten the happiness of all Jeunoans, and he couldn't stand to sit back and watch that happiness be snatched away from them.
Monberaux: Maat...
Ahem. Ah, will you look at the time.
I must be getting back to the infirmary. Take care, my friend.
Maat: Don't you worry, doctor. I always do.
Oh, and you keep working on Wolfgang. Once he sees what's really going on in this place, he'll start to change. I know it...
Monberaux: As do I...
Maat: Now, where was I...
As much as I long to see it, it's likely I won't be around when the truth finally comes out. But young adventurers like you will. That's why I want you to be all that you can be.
Do not forget the hardships you have endured to make it this far, and maybe one day you, too, will find something worth giving your life to protect.
They say that where there is a beginning, there is an end. However, I believe that some things, like memories, don't have to end. That is where you young folk come in...
And that is all this simple old man can ask for...




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