A New Ranger Trainer

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A New Ranger Trainer
Section Ascalon Quests
Campaign Prophecies

(Tyrian only)

Given by Haversdan
in Lakeside County
(Ascalon (pre-Searing))
Preceded by Further Adventures
Type Secondary quest
(Profession: Ranger primary)
Map(s)
A New Ranger Trainer map.jpg
Master Ranger Nente Location

Quest information[edit]

Haversdan will direct you to your next profession trainer, Master Ranger Nente, who is located in Regent Valley.

Requirements[edit]

Objectives[edit]

  • Follow the road southwest from town. Turn south on the bridge near the village and enter Regent Valley. Talk to Master Ranger Nente.

Reward[edit]

Walkthrough[edit]

It will take a while to reach Master Ranger Nente's location, but the path is not hard to follow or travel. From Haversdan, follow the road southwest along the river. Before the bridge to Ashford Village, turn south and follow the signs into Regent Valley (which is another explorable area). Continue south along the road past non-hostile Devourers to find Master Ranger Nente on a small rise.

Dialogue[edit]

Initial dialogue[edit]

Haversdan
"Becoming a good Ranger requires extensive training in a number of different skill techniques. To begin the learning process, seek out Master Ranger Nente in Regent Valley. If you follow the road southwest from town and pay attention to the signs, you shouldn't have any trouble finding Regent Valley. Master Ranger Nente will be along the road."
Yes Accept: "Thanks for the suggestion."
No Decline: "I'll go my own way, thanks."
Ask Ask: "Master Ranger Nente will be along the road in Regent Valley. Just follow the road southwest from town, and the signs will direct you to Regent Valley."

Reward dialogue[edit]

Master Ranger Nente
"If you're serious about your studies, I can teach you the basics of Beast Mastery. The care of an animal companion is one of the most valuable skills a Ranger can develop. After you have learned something of this, you may wish to seek out other trainers to learn new skills."