The Orchard

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The Orchard
Section Ascalon Quests
Campaign Prophecies

(Tyrian only)

Given by Mary Malone
in Pre-Searing Regent Valley
(Ascalon (pre-Searing))
Type Secondary quest
Map(s)
The Orchard map.jpg
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Travel into the apple orchard to retrieve a basket of apples for Mary Malone.

Quest information[edit]

Requirements[edit]

Objectives[edit]

Reward[edit]

  1. Can be salvaged

Walkthrough[edit]

Travel south from Fort Ranik to the orchard that Mary talked about. On your way there you will run into some spiders kill them and then continue on. Once you get to the basket (underneath a tree) two Giant Spiders will come down from the tree. Kill them and retrieve the basket. Travel back to Mary with the basket to get your reward. Don't map travel as a shortcut, because map traveling will cause the basket to disappear, similarly to the strongbox in the Bandit Raid quest.

Dialogue[edit]

Initial dialogue[edit]

Mary Malone
"Ah, I'm so glad you happened along. Could you help me, please? I was out here picking apples... I'd almost filled my basket when the spiders... ugh, they were everywhere! It must have been the scent of the apples that attracted them. Anyway, I dropped my basket and ran! What else could I do? But I won't get any wages for today if I don't get that basket back. Can you go into the orchard and get my basket for me? Those spiders won't give you any trouble, I'll warrant."
Yes Accept: "Sure, miss. No problem at all."
No Decline: "I'm sorry, I really don't like spiders."
Ask Ask: "Please... without that basket, I'll lose my wages for today! If you would be so kind as to go into the orchard and get it for me, I'd be so grateful."

Reward dialogue[edit]

Mary Malone
"Thank you so much! You're so kind to help me. I don't know what I would have done."

Notes[edit]

  • Holding the Basket of Apples will cause additional spiders to spawn as you near certain trees.
  • The normal spawns near the basket can be spawned individually by going around the orchard rather than going directly to the basket.