Duties of Leadership

How to Unlock: Speak with the Wraith

Quest Giver: Wraith (M13,10)


Search the ruined cottages to locate the Wraith.

This mission can be initiated when the water level in the lake decreases and you gain entry to Old Crestwood. To learn how to accomplish this, consult the walkthrough for the Still Waters side quest. Once you arrive in Old Crestwood, locate the cottage with a friendly Wraith inside (M13,10). Speak to the Wraith and accept the challenge to slay a Fury Demon in the Flooded Caves. You can now enter the caves through the passage (M13,1f).


Defeat the Fury Demon

The Fury Demon is located in the Deepest Tier of the Flooded Caves (M14,2a). Remember not to use fire attacks, which the demon is resistant to (however, it is susceptible to ice attacks), and eliminate the weaker monsters as soon as possible. You can now return to the surface and speak with the Wraith once more.

Rewards for completing the quest:

  • Experience (minor)
  • 200 Influence points
  • 2 Power points
  • Amulet of Power

FAQ

What are the burdens of command?

The burdens of command are the responsibilities and duties that come with being a leader. These burdens can include making difficult decisions that affect the lives of others, managing the well-being and safety of those under a leader’s care, and maintaining the morale and motivation of a team or organization. Leaders must also be accountable for their actions and decisions, and be willing to take responsibility for any mistakes or failures that occur under their watch. Additionally, leaders often experience significant stress and pressure, and must be able to handle the emotional toll of their role while still maintaining focus and clarity in decision-making.

How can leaders effectively manage the burdens of command?

Effective management of the burdens of command requires strong leadership skills and a commitment to personal growth and development. Leaders must prioritize self-care by finding ways to manage their stress and maintain their physical, emotional, and mental health. They should also build strong relationships with their team members, fostering open communication and trust. A leader who is able to delegate tasks and responsibilities can help to reduce their workload and prevent burnout. Finally, seeking out mentorship, coaching, and other professional development opportunities can help leaders to continually improve their skills and abilities, and effectively manage the challenges that come with their role.

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