Final Round, Championship Edition: Fight!

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Final Round, Championship Edition: Fight!
Section Far Shiverpeaks Quests
Campaign Eye of the North
Given by Magni the Bison
in Gunnar's Hold
(Far Shiverpeaks)
Preceded by Round 5: Fight!
Type Secondary quest Repeatable quest
(Solo Quest)

Defeat the reigning champion of the Norn Fighting Tournament.

Quest information[edit]

Objectives[edit]

  • Defeat your final opponent to claim victory in the Norn fighting tournament.
  • See Magni the Bison for your reward.

Reward[edit]

Note: This reward is actually first mentioned in Round 1: Fight!, the start of this quest chain.

Dialogue[edit]

Initial dialogue[edit]

Magni the Bison
"[Difficulty: Master] [Solo Quest] You may have proven yourself capable once on the tournament ladder, but do you have the hubris to believe you can repeat such a feat of prowess and bravery? If your first victory was anything more than a fluke, then prove it by defeating one last opponent!" [sic]

Intermediate dialogue[edit]

(The intermediate dialogue depends on which opponent you are facing. See the Norn Fighting Tournament article for the dialogue and quotes.)

Reward dialogue[edit]

Magni the Bison

"Your strength continues to amaze me, <character name>. I see I am not yet your equal, but what I lack in strength I posses in desire! My determination will drive me on to greater heights until the day comes when I am the greatest once again! Next time, come prepared for defeat! My tournament continues!"

Notes[edit]

  • Until you win the Norn Fighting Tournament for the first time, you will instead have Final Round: Fight! as your final round instead of this quest.
  • The opponent for the final round, or round 6, is usually Magni the Bison. Rarely, Palawa Joko with two Minions of Joko may appear instead of Magni. Please refer to the Norn Fighting Tournament article for details on their skill sets.
  • This quest is automatically accepted upon completing the preceding quest (that is, winning the round 5 of the tournament).