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Released14 April 2003 (Update)
QuestThe Tourist Trap
LocationDesert Mining Camp
ExamineShe looks like a tourist.
Advanced data
NPC ID4629
Ana chathead.png

Ana is a girl from Misthalin who likes exploring. Unfortunately, she likes it a little too much and has recently disappeared into the Kharidian Desert. The player meets her mother, Irena, at the beginning of the quest, 'The Tourist Trap', in which they must rescue Ana. After searching the desert and finding her scarf, the player will discover that she has been captured by the slavers of the Desert Mining Camp. After a series of trials and tricks, the player is able to smuggle her out of the camp by hiding her in a barrel, and thus reuniting Ana with her mother.

At the end of the quest, Irena will do the wave emote and say "Hi Ana!". Then, Ana will walk towards her and disappear. Though Ana disappears, Irena stays at the entrance of Shantay Pass, as though she is still waiting for her daughter.

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
26 July 2005

The NPC's chathead was graphically updated.

22 June 2005

The NPC's appearance was altered again with the second rework of female bodykits.

31 May 2005

The NPC's appearance was altered with the rework of female bodykits.

Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

Ana (historical).png Ana.png Ana.png
Ana chathead (historical).png Ana chathead (historical).png Ana chathead.png
29 March 2004 –
31 May 2005
22 June 2005 –
26 July 2005
26 July 2005 –

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • When looked closely, it can be seen that her pickaxe is floating, instead of being held by her.
  • Ana weighs 22 kg; this can be seen by checking your weight before and after putting her in the barrel. She weighs exactly the same as Zanik although Zanik is a lot smaller.
  • After rescuing Ana, Ana will still be mining at the same spot in the mining camp. If the player attempts to stuff her in a barrel after completing the quest she will comment that she thinks you've mistaken her for someone else.