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Rite of Passage

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[+] Coast of Opportunity
 [+] Lyonsyde Tribe
  [28] Rite of Passage
Expansion: Ch.IV: Lands of Despair
Icon - Start Quest.png Start: Satenando (Coast of Opportunity)
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Icon - End Quest.png End: Satenando
 XP: 19,563
 TP: 1,956
 Gold: 1,577Gold 
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Lands of Despair

This page refers to content introduced in the expansion, Chapter IV: Lands of Despair.

You need to be at least Level 26 to receive this quest.

You need to be at least Level 20 to turn-in this quest.


Go to the Basilisk Pit and hunt 5 Giant Basilisk Pythons and bring 3 Giant Snake Egg Giant Snake Eggs back from the depths of the cave.


Kill Giant Basilisk Pythons 0/5
Get Giant Snake Eggs 0/3


You are now at the same level as the young people in the village. It is time to conduct your rite of passage ceremony.

In our village, no matter what age, only the males who go through a rite of passage can have a family and a career. That is, only they are qualified to accept the challenge to become a Lalusu.

Even though it is impossible for you and your companions to become Lalusu in our tribe, as I told you before when we first met, you must still undergo the rite of passage as our village custom dictates. You will only be able to act freely in the village after you have proven that you have the ability to live independently. I've said before. Your companions have passed my tests so they can now live here with stability. You must do the same as they did. Reveal your strength and prove that you can take charge.

Go to the Basilisk Pit and hunt several Giant Pythons, then bring their eggs back to the village. We want to see proof of your progress.


The Giant Basilisk Python is found both outside and inside the cave, but the eggs are only inside.


You have proven your strength and abilities, so you will be rewarded appropriately.

Timesaver! The following quests have steps, hunting areas, or mob targets in common: