The Road to Aht Urhgan/Plot Details

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The Road to Aht Urhgan - Jeuno
Skript Part 1: Lower Jeuno - Neptune's Spire
Faursel:
Being part of the Tenshodo means you'll sell your soul for the right amount of gil.
Besides, taking risks is good for business, I always say.
This time, we 'ave got quite a special customer, so we can't go prattling off about the details of their request to just anyone.
Getting wind of such a thing could make our client a mite angry, and we certainly wouldn't want that.
That's why I 'ave been mixing up the orders with random bits o' information and givin' out mere snippets at a time. Those o' you with sense should be able to put it all together, is what I think.
I dare say I think you may fit into tha' category, as well.
Anyway, that's how things are standing at the moment.
Well, what need you? Speak up now.
Ask about what?
  • Goods for sale.
    Looks like I was wrong about you.
    Anyway, if you want to buy goods, hop on over to Ghebi Damomohe at the entrance or jus' talk to the two at the counter.
    That's all I have t' say to you. Now get out o' here and let me do my business in peace.
  • Nothing.
    If you do not need anything, wha' in blazes are you doing hangin' about here in the first place?
  • Versteckte Option
    Why, I must say you're even brighter than you look.
    You got 'ere the same way, didn't you?
    Lately, people 'ave been strewing about Tenshodo invites like there's no tomorrow, so a lot o' Tenshodo members don't know that trick.
    O' course, me and the boss are on a whole different plane o' thinking.
    Still, the notion of "seeing the unseen" was one o' the main draws of the Tenshodo for me in the beginning. I've got high hopes for you...
Skript Part 2: Lower Jeuno - Neptune's Spire
Faursel:
Eh?
Ah, sorry. I left out the most important part, didn't I? Sorry t' leave you hanging there.
Um... What was I saying, again?
Oh, yeah...the Empire of Aht Urhgan. You want t' see the Near East, don't you? I can see it in your eyes.
How does Aht Urhgan sound to you?
  • I want to go!
    Heheh, I appreciate your honesty.
    You know the ships at Mhaura used t' transport prospective mercenaries to the Near East? If you want t' climb aboard one o' those vessels, you 'ave got to go through none other than the Tenshodo here.
    We received a request from the Empire 'erself. Getting those ships t' port was a royal pain. We finally managed t' bargain a cheap price on some rickety old vessels, and...
    And you don't care. Sorry abou' that. A man's got to vent sometimes.
    Anyway, you should know by now how things work around 'ere. If you want something, you 'ave to bring me something I want, first.
    If you aren't in the mood t' scavenge up what I want, you can always cough up gil instead. O' course, that would be quickest.
    Let's make this explanation brief, shall we?
    You see, prices are a mite different in the Near East. Something that sells for a gil a dozen here might be a luxury item in Aht Urhgan.
    Jumping straigh' to the point, now.
    I want you t' bring me some common items from this side o' Vana'diel, and I'll give you the Boarding permit in exchange.
    The more you bring me, the better. I 'ave put together a few lists if you'd like to take a look. I will leave it t' you which to bring me.
    Ah yes, and there is gil, too. Righto.
    You can buy your way out if you choose.
    If you decide t' go the gil route, I will need 500.000 gil up front. That's nothing for adventurers nowadays, righ'? You can also consider it your price o' failure, heheh.
    So what'll it be?
    I'll read the list now, so decide which set is in your budget and make a note o' what you need. ...
  • Psh, not interested.
    Is 'at so? That's all I 'ave to say to you then, so get out o' here.
  • Versteckte Option
    Well, aren't you clever? But once is enough. Seriously.
    Anyway, that's enough batting aroun' the bush for now. Let's dig straight in t' the juicy details, shall we?
    You know the ships at Mhaura used t' transport prospective mercenaries to the Near East? If you want t' climb aboard one o' those vessels, you 'ave got to go through none other than the Tenshodo here.
    We received a request from the Empire 'erself. Getting those ships t' port was a royal pain. We finally managed t' bargain a cheap price on some rickety old vessels, and...
    And you don't care. Sorry abou' that. A man's got to vent sometimes.
    Anyway, you should know by now how things work around 'ere. If you want something, you 'ave to bring me something I want, first.
    If you aren't in the mood t' scavenge up what I want, you can always cough up gil instead. O' course, that would be quickest.
    Let's make this explanation brief, shall we?
    You see, prices are a mite different in the Near East. Something that sells for a gil a dozen here might be a luxury item in Aht Urhgan.
    Jumping straigh' to the point, now.
    I want you t' bring me some common items from this side o' Vana'diel, and I'll give you the Boarding permit in exchange.
    The more you bring me, the better. I 'ave put together a few lists if you'd like to take a look. I will leave it t' you which to bring me.
    Ah yes, and there is gil, too. Righto.
    You can buy your way out if you choose.
    If you decide t' go the gil route, I will need 500.000 gil up front. That's nothing for adventurers nowadays, righ'? You can also consider it your price o' failure, heheh.
    So what'll it be?
    I'll read the list now, so decide which set is in your budget and make a note o' what you need.
    What'll it be?

  • Beginner list.
    You say you want t' go to Aht Urhgan, but you're too big o' a coward to face a challenge, eh? That attitude will get you nowhere in the Empire, I tell you. Ah well, it's all the same t' me, as long as I make a profit.
    This will be more like running errands, but there are a lot o' things for you to collect on this list.
    There are a lot o' curious items here. I need you to bring me a Damselfly worm, a Magicked skull, and a Crab apron.
    Wait, there's more. I also require Wild rabbit tail and a Cup of dhalmel saliva
    ....Oh, and one last thing--Bloody robe. Hand me these six items at one time, and I will be satisfied.
  • Intermediate list.
    Intermediate, eh?
    This one is quite a bother.
    Beastmen 'ave been a real plague t' the Near East as of late. Not that we haven't been having problems here, too.
    But anyway, the situation 'as driven up the demand for beastman spoils.
    I want you t' bring me Jade cryptex, a Silver engraving, and a Thirteen-knot quipu.
    The beastmen have been using those t' relay orders. I require all three.
    That's all for the intermediate list.
    It may sound simple, but those items are scattered all about the strongholds and are rather difficult t' get a hold of.
  • Advanced list.
    The advanced list, eh? A superb choice. The items on this list are few, so they should fit nicely in your bag, but they are quite difficult t' come by.
    You can choose from the following:
    One coffer key from a beastman stronghold--Davoi, Beadeaux, Castle Oztroja, the Temple of Uggalepih, the Den of Rancor, the Quicksand Caves, or the Sea Serpent Grotto.
    A "testimony." Those ancient scraps of papyrus seem t' be quite popular with collectors these days. I don't know all the details, but apparently there's a testimony for any o' the jobs an adventurer can be. Anyway, I just need one.
    Your last option is t' bring me chips from Pso'Xja.
    I'll need a set o' those, though. You'll 'ave to bring me a Carmine chip, a Cyan chip, and a Gray chip, all three.
    That's it for the advanced list.
    You can bring me any one o' the above requests, but if you decide t' bring Pso'Xja chips, I'll need 'em in a set o' three.
  • Pay the 500.000 gil.
    Hoho!
    So this high and mighty adventurer refuses t' be reduced to running errands!
    Ah, sorry abou' that.
    I'm not picking on you, so don't get your feathers in a ruffle.
    So you are going t' pay me 500.000 gil. Is that correct?
    You won't receive the permit immediately, you know. Are you okay with that?
  • Let me think about it.
    It's going t' take you some work if you want to go to Aht Urhgan, but you cannot get there through anyone but us.
    Heh heh heh...
Skript Part 3: Lower Jeuno - Neptune's Spire - Items übergeben
Faursel:
Exactly what I asked for!
Congratulations, sir/ma'am, we have a deal!
Come back tomorrow and I will give you the Boarding permit.
And don't you worry, because the Tenshodo is true t' its word!
Skript Part 4: Lower Jeuno - Neptune's Spire - Tag danach
Faursel:
Good day t' you.
You can 'ave your Boarding permit now!
With this, you can ride t' the Near East from the port at Mhaura.
I 'ave got t' tell you up front, though, that the high seas are a dangerous place. I can't guarantee your safety, so travel at your own risk.
If I were you, I'd be praying for the ship t' simply stay afloat.
Heh heh heh...