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Come Rain Or Shrine

QUEST  -  Astrologian Quests  -  Disciple Of Magic Job Quests
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Disciple Of Magic Job Quests

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Astrologian Quests

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Jannequinard
The Pillars
X: 15.3, Y: 10.1

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Kyokuho
Kugane
X: 13.2, Y: 13

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Comment:  Shurma Raha  -  November 2nd, 2017  -  Patch: 4.11

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Ride Like The Wind
Disciple Of Magic Job Quests - Astrologian Quests
63 AST
NPC: Leveva
 
Behind Door Number Two
Disciple Of Magic Job Quests - Astrologian Quests
68 AST
NPC: Kyokuho
 

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Find Leveva in the Pillars.
Travel to Kugane and locate a place suitable for stargazing.
Survey the Tasogare Bridge.
Speak with Kyokuho at the westerly shrine.
Speak with Kyokuho.
Speak with Kyokuho.
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Qib
Use Aspected Benefic on the weakened bond while under the effect of Nocturnal Sect.
Jannequinard
Though she should be spending these final days before the symposium placing the final touches on her address to the Vault, she instead spends her time wandering about the Pillars in a daze, mumbling to herself about earth, wind, and water.
Jannequinard
I fear that Kyokuho's departure has left a gap in Lady Leveva's heart that she knows not how to fill.
Jannequinard
I have tried at length to set her mind at ease, but one need not be a reader of stars to guess how well that ended. Perhaps if you spoke with her, she would finally listen to reason.
Jannequinard
Lady Leveva could be anywhere in the Pillars. Perhaps it would be best if we searched for her separately. I shall inform you via linkpearl if I happen across her first.
Leveva
? To what do I owe the honor? No, let me guess─our good friend Jannequinard asked you to talk some sense into poor addle-pated Leveva.
Leveva
And oh, goody. Today I have the privilege of being lectured by both of you.
Jannequinard
Why Lady Leveva...and ! Imagine finding you two out here this fair evening!
Leveva
Enough with the theatrics, Janne. I know your play here; and as I have told you time and again, I have not forgotten my duty to the Athenaeum or my obligations to the symposium. I simply need...time to think. Alone.
Jannequinard
To which I keep replying, why think alone when you have one of the greatest minds in the realm at your disposal? And !
Leveva
<sigh> The greatest minds, eh?
Leveva
Then riddle me this: why are the results of my reading from that day both and Kyokuho arrived still weighing on my mind? Why does it feel as if I am missing...or rather misinterpreting some devilishly important detail?
Jannequinard
Peace comes, friends are made, dangerous paths are trodden, knowledge is gained. Did that not already occur? Kyokuho and both arrive as the Dragonsong War ends, saves Kyokuho from death at the Steel Vigil, and knowledge of geomancy is shared with the Athenaeum.
Leveva
Yes, but what if the coming destruction told by the inverted Spire was not the incident at the citadel, but something else? Something far more grave?
Jannequinard
...Then that would mean the prophecy's “fruit of knowledge and hope” was not Kyokuho's stories of his art...but something different. Something we will only see by continuing on this perilous path?
Leveva
But is it truly the path that is disastrous, or our decision to pursue it?
Leveva
Exactly what I was thinking. Only through the avoidance of some unforeseen peril will hope...and knowledge be acquired.
Leveva
An interesting...if not fairly liberal interpretation of the cards...as well as the basic rules of grammar and syntax. No, the sixth card clearly states that hope is a resulting factor of the misfortune described in the fourth and fifth cards.
Leveva
I know you are merely trying to ease my mind with humor, but this isn't the time for jests. If we are to understand where our fates lie, we must try and comprehend the signs we are given...and I believe those signs point to the pursuit of hope in the face of disaster.
Leveva
And I believe the disaster in question has something to do with Kyokuho's return home, if not the return itself.
Leveva
It could also mean that our friend is in danger.
Jannequinard
I see where you are going with this, and while I loved our red-robed ruckus-rouser as much as anyone (excepting Fleuraie perhaps), a journey at this time would mean the cancellation of our symposium, and with that, any chance of the Holy See ever taking us seriously.
Leveva
And now you can see why I've been up here day and night biting my nails to the quick!
Leveva
<sigh> I apologize. A lack of sleep can work ill on one's humours. But...I think your intervention here today may have provided me a solution to our predicament.
Leveva
A solution that I am now kicking myself for not having come to earlier. A solution I myself proposed not days ago when deciding how I might attend Kyokuho's opening of the sixth heaven! will travel to Hingashi!
Jannequinard
The reading did only mention “friends old” and “friends new.” I recall nothing in there about silver-haired astrologians from Sharlayan. But how do you propose find our charge? The Far East is a big place. Perhaps we could write a letter?
Leveva
Yes, and address it “To: Kyokuho. Hingashi.” No, you dullard. We have something far better! We have the stars, and our undying faith that they will guide us to that which we seek!
Jannequinard
Or, could start her search in Kugane, the port city from which Kyokuho claimed he came, focusing on locations which serve as exceptional venues for stargazing─a pastime our friend warmed to during his stay with us.
Leveva
Or could─ No, wait. That is actually a decent proposal. , you have your quest! May the stars guide you true! Oh, and I will expect reports. Many reports! Janne, let us return to the prepar─ <yawn> Alright, maybe after a few bells rest first...
Leveva
I am free once again to focus on the task at hand. Janne can be an annoying, pretentious, stubborn, pompous, muttonheaded lout...but I respect and cherish his desire to see my father's legacy preserved.
Udoku
If it is the stars you seek, then you need only look up!
Udoku
Hahahaha! But if it is a fool you seek─one who calls himself a master of wind and water when in fact he is nothing more than a cheat, a liar, and a disgrace to our noble profession─then perhaps you might find the rat where all rats hide: near the piers.
Chouninb
Kugane is packed like a warehouse with multistoried hostels and teahouses, so the cobbles will ne'er afford a man a decent view of the skies. No, if you want to see the heavens in all their glory, you must needs make your way up. Take this bridge behind me. There, atop that mighty span, the stars await.
Udoku
You'd be wise to not allow that one your ear. He is liable to fill it with tales of woe and ruin in an attempt to cozen you out of your hard-earned coin─coin that would be better spent on the talents of a true geomancer.
Kyokuho
(-???-)I see someone has taken my spot. I may just have to slit her throat and toss her body to the tide.
Kyokuho
Hah hah hah! I'm pulling your arm, ...or was it ear? You westerners have such odd sayings. What brings you so far from home?
Kyokuho
A path fraught with disaster? Misfortune? Impending doom? Hah hah hah!
Kyokuho
Ahem. Yes, well, the situation may not be as encouraging as my jovial demeanor suggests.
Kyokuho
It all began several decades ago when the bakufu decided they were opening the port to foreign trade vessels. To accommodate the influx of ships, a section of ancient coastline forest was cleared.
Kyokuho
However doing so angered the entity who had guarded the wood for countless generations─a golden fox named Kinko.
Kyokuho
A great battle ensued, but claws and fangs were no match for cold steel. Kinko was slain and the new port completed.
Kyokuho
The fox's spirit, however, remained, spoiling our milk, withering our crops, causing storms that dashed ship after ship against our rocky cliffs. In desperation, the bakufu turned to the land's most powerful geomancer─my great-grandfather, Kazan.
Kyokuho
Kazan used the power of the sea, the skies, and the land to soothe the spirit long enough that he could erect an invisible barrier that not only protected the city, but ensured that it would prosper.
Kyokuho
At once, the fortunes of Kugane's citizenry turned. My great-grandfather was hailed as a hero, and geomancy as the savior of our nation. Within a matter of moons, the streets were lined with the stalls and tents of would-be seers, the people practically throwing coin at them for their advice and blessings.
Kyokuho
These pretenders, these charlatans, were not interested in the sacred rites passed down to my great-grandfather from his great-grandfather and his great-grandfather before him. They were not interested in maintaining the barrier that preserved Kugane's luster, and drove back the powers that would see it fall. No, they were more interested in lining their pockets. And now...
Kyokuho
Now the bonds that hold the barrier in place are about to break, and there is none left with the knowledge to mend them! The knowledge that died with the passing of my grandfather...
Kyokuho
And so I set out to convince the geomancers of Kugane that only united would we discover the means to save our fair city. That only united would we stave off the darkness and bring lasting prosperity to one and all. That only united would my great-grandfather's legacy live on.
Kyokuho
Alas, I failed. Branded a deceiver by those very men and women who had grown fat on deceit. Unable to mend the bonds myself, nor rouse my peers to action, I stood on this very bridge and thought on an answer...and then I saw it in the setting sun. My answer lay in the West.
Kyokuho
And so I packed my bags and headed to Eorzea, in search of something, anything that might help me save Kugane. I believed that something astrology, but before I could be certain, I was summoned home. This, you already know.
Kyokuho
Since then, I have been coming here every night, hoping the stars might provide me with another revelation. But they remain silent... , the heavens speak through you. Tell me, what do they say?
Kyokuho
I admit it was a long story, but did you not hear a single thing that I even said? If I could mend the barrier myself, I wouldn't have traveled halfway across the world in the first place!
Kyokuho
Wait... But I did travel halfway across the world, and I didn't come home empty-handed. If I learned one thing while in Ishgard, it was that western astrology is in many ways a complement to geomancy. Used together...they might just─!
Kyokuho
That's... That's brilliant! I don't know why I didn't think of it. If there was one thing that I learned while in Ishgard, it was that western astrology is in many ways a complement to geomancy. Used together...they might just─!
Kyokuho
Hah hah. Spare me your western─
Kyokuho
Your western...? Western? Western! Wait! If there was one thing that I learned while in Ishgard, it was that western astrology is in many ways a complement to eastern geomancy. Used together...they might just─!
Kyokuho
Unfortunately that concept is all I had time to learn before the letter arrived. How to actually harness and wield the power of the stars was a lesson conveniently scheduled for the day after I returned home. But you... You know all the spells, right? You could help me mend the barrier!
Kyokuho
Hah hah! I did it, Great-grandfather! I found a way to make things right!
Kyokuho
Well, then. We have no time to lose. My great-grandfather created his barrier by anchoring the energies of wind, water, and earth to four shrines located at the north, east, south, and west ends of the city. It is there the bonds must be repaired. We shall begin with the nearby westerly shrine on the Short Pier.
Kyokuho
This is one of the shrines of which I spoke. It may not look like much, but if it were to be destroyed, the entire city would be overrun with large-testicled raccoon dogs and flying rainbow cats...or possibly just angry spirits.
Kyokuho
My plan is simple. If I am correct, the strongest barrier the stars can create is through the use of Aspected Benefic while under the influence of the Nocturnal Sect. We shall wait until nightfall to perform the rite, for the last thing we need is a drunken ronin breaking your concentration.
Kyokuho
A fine display! Fine, indeed. Though, if it were I, I might have used Gravity instead of Malefic when the foul creature had─ Ah, right. I'll just be staying that tongue of mine again.
Murakumo
(-???-)Kyokuho! I was told there were spirits in the streets!
Kyokuho
And you arrive just as they are vanquished! How fortunate! Yes, Master Murakumo. The bonds are mended, made stronger with western magicks...and a little shoulder grease, or was it knuckle grease? ?
Murakumo
Western magicks? Then this ijin lady is─
Kyokuho
None other! And wait until you see the reinforced bonds. The energies twist together with ours like sun and moon, like darkness and light. They are as one, Master!
Murakumo
Then I was right to summon you home. Pardon my intrusion, traveler. I am Murakumo. Second pupil of the great Kazan, and instructor to young Kyokuho.
Kyokuho
But with Kugane safe...I can now return to Ishgard to complete my training as an astrologian. Huzzah!
Murakumo
Absolutely not. While you have mended the weakened bonds for now, the flaw in them remains. Unless you expect your friend here to remain in Kugane for the remainder of her life, we will need to find a more permanent solution. In other words, the bonds must be laid anew.
Kyokuho
But you know as well as I, the secret to laying those bonds died with my grandfather!
Murakumo
Not a day goes by that I do not suffer the burden of my ineptitude. Had I shown promise in the art as your grandfather did, perhaps Kazan would have entrusted me with the knowledge as well.
Murakumo
But he did not, and now they are both gone. We can lament that which we cannot change, or we can put aside our past failures and seek the path which leads us forward.
Kyokuho
My master is right. Perhaps there is something in my grandfather's tomes, or perhaps I may still find a way to win over the other geomancers to our cause. There is always hope, is there not?
Kyokuho
If anything, you've given us time to search for an answer, and for that I am grateful. The city would be, as well, if they knew you had saved them from an army of angry wraiths looking to devour their souls and defecate their bones straight to the darkest of hells!
Murakumo
In his haste to find a difficult answer, he looks past the simple one right before his eyes.
Murakumo
It may take Kyokuho time to realize it, but you are the hope which we seek. In time, you will come to see it, as well.
Murakumo
Though it was but a single generation past, the people of Kugane have already forgotten that the prosperity they experience is not the result of some serpent-tongued swindlers, but of the humble efforts of true geomancers like Kyokuho's great-grandfather.
Kyokuho
So, I guess this is farewell... Unless, that is, you're staying?
Kyokuho
You're staying!? She's staying! Master, she's staying! What changed your mind?
Kyokuho
No, don't tell me. Knowing that you will be here with me and master Murakumo is enough. I was beginning to worry what I would do the next time the city was invaded by Kinko's minions. The master can barely make his way out of the privy each morning, let alone battle blood-lusting specters.
Kyokuho
Now that you mention it, this all reminds me of that reading Lady Leveva conducted the morning I arrived at the Observatory. Something about friendly paths lined with dangerous fruit bushes winding their way to hope.
Kyokuho
Could the stars truly have predicted all this? If so...I'm impressed! I will need to think more on the issue. Until then, might I suggest you continue the refinement of your art here in scenic Hingashi? You will find our beasts just as formidable as yours in the west, if not doubly so!
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#1
Jannequinard appears ill. Could it be he is recovering from another long evening at the Forgotten Knight, or is something else disturbing the viscount?
#2
According to Jannequinard, Lady Leveva has abandoned her preparations for the astrology symposium to lament the return of Kyokuho to his homeland of Hingashi. He has asked if you cannot help locate her in the Pillars and talk some sense into the young woman.
#3
A simple search of the Pillars reunites you with Lady Leveva who, after a winded conversation, bids you safe travels to Kugane where she expects you to overcome some unforeseen disaster to obtain an undetermined amount of knowledge. And hope. Copious amounts of hope.
#4
Several kind residents (and some less-than-kind ones) have given you a good idea as to where you might find a good view of the heavens─Tasogare Bridge overlooking the piers.
#5
Kyokuho believes that with your astrological expertise, he may be able to mend the weakened bonds maintaining the geomantic barrier that protects the city from attack from supernatural wildlife. He has bid you meet him at the Short Pier's westerly shrine.
#6
Despite a few paranormal hiccups in the form of Kinko's restless minions along the way, you and Kyokuho succeed in mending all four of the weakened barrier bonds.
#7
The mending, unfortunately, appears to be temporary, and it is only a matter of time before the golden guardian of the forest is back for another attempt at vengeance. If a more permanent solution is to be found, Kyokuho will require your continued support. Visit him and his master back on Kogane Dori.
#8
Before you can help Kyokuho lay the geomantic bonds anew, you will need to further strengthen your attunement to the heavens. In other words, train, train, and possibly train some more.

※The next astrologian quest will be available from Kyokuho upon reaching level 68.
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