Shing Jea Monastery

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Shing Jea Monastery
Shing Jea Monastery.jpg
Campaign Factions
Region Shing Jea Island
Type Town
Party size 4
Exit(s) Linnok Courtyard
Shing Jea Arena
Sunqua Vale
Images
Shing Jea Monastery map.jpg
Map overview.
Shing Jea Monastery inside.jpg
A view from inside.
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A panaramic overhead view.
Canthan New Year 2010 Shing Jea Monastery.jpg
Canthan New Year decorations.
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Anniversary Celebration and Dragon Festival decorations.

As the ancient Canthan name implies, Shing Jea is the jewel of Cantha. Headed by the legendary Ritualist, Master Togo, the monastery provides training to students of all heroic professions, including the Ritualist and Assassin professions native to Cantha. Graduates of the Shing Jea Monastery are recognized worldwide as masters of their chosen arts.

— In-game description

Shing Jea Monastery is a prominent training center for students of various arts and callings. This is the first location that new Factions characters will arrive at upon completion of the tutorial.

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[edit] Getting there

New Factions characters start off in Monastery Overlook, which is right outside this location. Characters will be allowed in after completion of the tutorial quest Mantid Hatchlings (or choosing to skip it).

Characters from other campaigns must first get to Seitung Harbor by talking to First Mate Xiang in Kaineng Docks, and then travel west through Saoshang Trail and Linnok Courtyard to arrive here.

[edit] Exits

[edit] Quests available

(these quests are only available to Factions characters)

[edit] NPCs

[edit] Services

[edit] Henchmen

[edit] Other allies

[edit] Notes

Coins inside a keg near Ludor

Towns and outposts in Shing Jea Island
Shing Jea Monastery Minister Cho's Estate Ran Musu Gardens Seitung Harbor Shing Jea Arena Tsumei Village Zen Daijun
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