What Remains

How to Access: Speak with Bram Kenric in the encampment.

Quest Provider: Bram Kenric (M31,2)


Bram Kenric will offer you two quests.

You will receive this mission following your first conversation with Bram Kenric or the boat owner, Arvid. Reaching the island is not an easy task. First, locate the Avvar village (M31,2a) on the map’s eastern coast. In a cave (M31,10), you’ll find the leader, Svara Sun-Hair. Request permission to use the boat from her.


Arvid in his cabin.

Go to Arvid’s cabin (M31,2c) and interact with the boat nearby. You’ll be transported to a tiny island in the south. Go straight ahead and you’ll come across the only cabin there (M31,2d).


The rift on the island.

Inside, you’ll find a nearby rift. After using it, a discussion will begin. Once it’s over, check the nearby skeleton for a legendary weapon. You’ll also receive a new ability: Aegis of the Rift, which enables you to create a magical field that reflects enemy ranged attacks (arrows, magic projectiles). Swim to the initial encampment after returning to the boat. Talk to Bram Kenric (M31,2).

Reward:

  • Experience (a lot)

FAQ

1. What is “What Yet Lingers”?

“What Yet Lingers” is a phrase that can be interpreted in many ways. It can refer to memories or emotions that still remain with us long after an event has passed. It can also refer to unfinished business or unresolved issues that continue to affect us in the present. Some people may see it as a reminder to live in the moment and appreciate what we have, rather than dwelling on what has already happened or worrying about what may come in the future.

2. How can we deal with what yet lingers?

Dealing with what yet lingers can be challenging, but there are some strategies that can help. One approach is to acknowledge and accept the feelings or memories that are lingering, rather than trying to push them away or ignore them. This can involve talking to a trusted friend or therapist, or simply taking some time to reflect on your thoughts and emotions. Another strategy is to focus on the present moment, using mindfulness techniques or engaging in activities that bring joy and fulfillment. For some people, practicing gratitude or finding ways to give back to others can also be helpful in dealing with what yet lingers.

3. Can what yet lingers be a positive thing?

While what yet lingers can often be associated with negative emotions or experiences, it is possible for it to be a positive thing as well. For example, memories of a happy event or time in our lives can linger and bring us joy and comfort. Similarly, unresolved issues or challenges can motivate us to grow and learn, leading to personal development and positive change. It all depends on how we choose to approach and interpret what yet lingers in our lives.

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