Golden Ostrich King

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Daily Quest
[+] Autumn Banquet
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  [35][Event Daily] Golden Ostrich King
Expansion: (7.3.0.2892)
Icon - Start Daily Quest.png Start: Humbo Schurtz @ Dalanis (Thunderhoof Hills)
Related Mobs:
Icon - End Daily Quest.png End: Humbo Schurtz @ Dalanis
Rewards
 XP: 293,469
 TP: 29,346
 Gold: 11,768Gold 
You will receive:

Quest Chain
  1. [1][Event Daily] Ostrich Research
  2. [1][Event Daily] People's Opinion
  3. [1][Event Daily] Golden Ostrich King

You need to be at least Level 33 to receive this quest.

You need to be at least Level 27 to turn-in this quest.

Summary

This quest is from Humbo Schurtz:

Travel to the south of Tomara and help Humbo Schurtz.

Find Humbo Schurtz at Dalanis after the task is completed.

Goals: Investigate the Tomara area.

Notes

Go to the south side of Tomara and speak to Humbo Schurtz, then find him again in the Ancient Ruins. He is trying to speak to the Golden Ostrich King (level 101). Attack him, then as much as possible, every time you see the warning that the King is watching you, use the skill to "Close your Ears" to avoid hearing his Strange Cry. It is a long fight, but it will slowly progress until he falls in defeat.


People's Opinion
Autumn Banquet
Quest Series
The origins of the Autumn Banquet
Ostrich Research
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Daily Quests are repeatable up to a total (for all Daily Quests) of 10 times per day. The count can be reset to zero by purchasing and using a Daily Quest Ticket Daily Quest Ticket from the Item Shop (for 39Diamonds ($1.16) ) or from any Phirius Merchant (for 780Phirius Token Coins ).

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Autumn Banquet This page relates to a quest, mob, event, or item involved in the annual Autumn Banquet (November to December)
Relevant Topic: The origins of the Autumn Banquet