In Search of Knowledge
|In Search of Knowledge|
|Release date||4 July 2019 (Update)|
|Start point||Brother Aimeri, towards the south-eastern end of Forthos Dungeon.|
|Official difficulty||Unknown edit|
A high combat level is recommended.
Combat equipment, at least five pieces of food (must be meat, fish, or vegetables)A sharp object (such as a weapon/knife) to cut through webs
|Enemies to defeat||None|
Upon killing any monster in the Forthos Dungeon, they may drop tattered sun pages, tattered moon pages and tattered temple pages. Gather four of each, which will be used on tomes obtained later in the miniquest. While players may kill any monster in the dungeon, Temple Spiders can be killed the quickest and safest among them, as baby red dragons are surrounded by aggressive red dragons.
Once four of each page has been obtained, players must heal an injured monk, Brother Aimeri, to begin the miniquest. By giving him at least five pieces of food (which must be fish, meat, or vegetables), he will heal to full health.
Ask him who he his, and he will tell he is here to discover the origins of his religion, and asks that you let him know about anything of interest that you find. Once you say "I'll keep my eyes open", the miniquest will begin. Make sure you see this dialogue, or else you won't be able to obtain the tomes.
Head further west in the small corridor until you reach a room with undead druids; it is recommended to have the Protect from Magic prayer active, as their magic attacks are accurate and hit hard. Search all except the north-western shelves in the temple library; you should have obtained three tomes: the tome of the sun, tome of the moon and tome of the temple.
Use the pages obtained earlier on the respective tomes. Once filled, they can be used on Logosia in the Arceuus Library, rewarding you with a lamp of knowledge that gives 10,000 experience in a skill of your choice that is at least level 40.
After the miniquest, additional pages received can be sold to Logosia in exchange for 1,000 coins per page.