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Stop a kwama infestation from destroying a sacred tree.
Zone: Khenarthi's Roost
Objective: Windcatcher Plantation — Discover the source of the Great Tree's corruption.
Quest Giver: Spinner Benieth or Edheldor
Location(s): Windcatcher Plantation, The Mangroves
Reward: Rootsplitter
Low Leveled Gold
XP Gain: Low XP
ID: 4673
The Great Tree is ill
There's a crisis at Windcatcher Plantation. Something is wrong with their Great Tree, and the locals believe it has something to do with the tree's roots, which can be accessed from a cave below it.
The spirit healing the roots

Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Talk to Spinner Benieth or Edheldor.
  2. Enter the Mangroves and talk to Naarwe.
  3. Protect the nature spirit from kwama as it heals four root sections.
  4. Return to Spinner Benieth.

Detailed Walkthrough[edit]

Quest Stages[edit]

The Root of the Problem
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
Spinner Benieth sent a spirit below to heal the Great Tree's roots, but something has impeded its progress. Perhaps I'll learn more if I find the cave entrance.
Objective: Enter the Cave
I found a wounded man Inside [sic] the cave's entrance. I should talk to him and find out what's going on here.
Objective: Talk to Naarwe
Naarwe is a kwama master. When his ship wrecked, his kwama escaped and headed inside the cave. He said I might need to fight some kwama to protect the spirit.
Objective: Protect the Spirit as It Heals the Roots: 0/4
☑Finishes quest I should inform Spinner Benieth that the spirit healed the Great Tree.
Objective: Talk to Spinner Benieth
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