Zaishen Handler

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Zaishen Handler
Zaishen Healer.jpg
Affiliation Zaishen Order
Type Human
Level(s) 20
Campaign Core
Zaishen Handlers help direct players who are seeking their favourite pets.

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Dialogue[edit]

"Greetings, (character name)! What can I do for you?"

Can you tell me about Zaishen Handlers?
We tend to the animals on the grounds and help visitors like you? We also care for the animals and make sure they get the best combat training in the world. Special Zaishen rituals create and maintain the perfect set of environments for all types of animals you might want to lodge in the menagerie.
Can you help me with directions?
Certainly, I know where everything is. What are you looking for?
Can you point me to the Tyrian animals?
Sure, which Tyrian animal do you want?
  • black bear
Our regular black bears are usually roaming the central hills, but if you want combat-ready bears, talk to Wynn in the training yard.
  • dune lizard
You can find normal dune lizards sunning themselves on the northern dunes. Go see Wynn in the training yard, and she'll help you get a more trained lizard.
  • lynx
You can find untrained lynxes prowling the northern rocks. Wynn has more battle-hardened lynxes in the training yard.
  • Melandru's stalker
You can find the younger Melandru's stalkers in the central hills. Ask Wynn for more experienced animals. She's in the training yard.
  • moa bird
The domesticated moa birds are kept on the farm. Battle-ready moa birds are in the training yard, under the supervision of Wynn.
  • warthog
We shelter the more docile warthogs on the farm, while Wynn has the more battle-hungry warthogs in the training yard.
  • wolf
You'll find untrained wolf packs near their den in the northeastern craggy area. See Wynn in the training yard for a more veteran wolf.
  • albino rat
Normal albino rats hole up in the caves to the southeast. If you want one that's more suited to battle, talk to Wynn in the training yard.
  • black wolf
The younger black wolves tend to lurk in craggy dens to the northeast. Speak to Wynn in the training yard if you want a battle-hardened wolf.
  • iguana
You can usually see our normal iguanas enjoying the north-shore dunes. Wynn is in the training yard if you'd like a a [sic] combat-ready iguana.
  • jingle bear
The jingle bear plays in the snow on the northeast mountain. Trained jingle bears are kept in the training yard. Look for Wynn to help you with those.
  • mountain eagle
The regular mountain eagles nest in the northeast rocky areas. You can get combat-trained eagles from Wynn in the training yard.
  • polar bear
Young polar bears roam high up in the snowy mountain to the northeast. Go through the eastern caves to get there. Ask Wynn in the training yard if you want a battle-trained polar bear.
  • rainbow phoenix
If you're lucky, you can find the elusive rainbow phoenix by the western beach, but it'll only show itself if you're alone. Talk to Wynn in the training yard if you want a battle-trained rainbow phoenix.
  • raven
Ravens are smart birds even without training, which you can see for yourself if you visit their roost in the northern rocky area. For veteran ravens, go to the training yard and ask Wynn.
  • white crab
You can see untrained white crabs scuttling along the west shore. Trained crabs are available from Wynn in the training yard.
  • white moa
Younger white moas find the snow in the northeast mountains to their liking. To see them, take the path through the eastern caves. Wynn can show you more experienced moas in the training yard.
  • white wolf
The habitat for untrained white wolves is in the snowy sides of the northeast mountain. If you want a combat-hardened wolf, talk to Wynn in the training yard.
Can I see your Canthan animals?
OK, which one would you like to see?
  • black moa
The younger black moas like the lava pool in the far northeast. Wynn can show you more experienced moas in the training yard.
  • crane
Untrained cranes feed in the river delta to the northwest. For a battle-ready crane, talk to Wynn in the training yard.
  • lurker
Plenty of natural lurkers inhabit the river waters under the northwast bridge. Trained lurkers can be seen in the training yard. Talk to Wynn to set that up.
  • phoenix
The untrained phoenix dwells near the western beach. The experienced phoenix is available from Wynn in the training yard.
  • reef lurker
You'll find regular reef lurkers on the western beach. Talk to Wynn in the training yard if you want a trained one.
  • tiger
The younger tigers prowl around the western grounds. You can get veteran tigers from Wynn in the training yard.
  • white tiger
The beautiful white tigers spend their time in the western plains. Ask Wynn in the training yard for a trained tiger.
Where are the Elonian animals?
Which Elonian animal are you looking for?
  • warthog
We shelter the more docile warthogs on the farm, while Wynn has the more battle-hungry warthogs in the training yard.
  • crocodile
The inexperienced crocodiles swim in the central rivers. More combat-hungry crocodiles are in the training yard. Wynn'll help you with that.
  • flamingo
The untrained flamingos flock on the northwest river delta. Look for Wynn in the training yard to set you up with more experienced flamingos.
  • hyena
On the north shore, young hyenas pace the dunes. You can get veteran hyenas from Wynn in the training yard.
  • Jahai rat
You'll find tame Jahai rats climbing through the rocks in the north. Talk to Wynn in the training yard if you want a veteran Jahai rat.
  • lion
The younger lions lounge about on the northern dunes. If you'd like a battle-hardened lion, find Wynn in the training yard.
  • lioness
The regular lionesses prowl the dunes to the north. Highly trained lionesses are kept in the training yard. Talk to Wynn to set that up.
Can you help me find something exotic?
Ah! Anything in particular?
  • black widow spider
The younger black widow spiders are crawling about in the eastern caves, but you can get combat-hardened spiders from Wynn in the training yard.
  • moss spider
We give untrained moss spiders lots of space near the river, while Wynn keeps the trained ones in the training yard.
I need one of the menagerie's services.
That's why we're here. What service do you need?
I want to train a pet.
Training services are available through Wynn, the Zaishen Training Captain is the training yard to the south. She can bring you any tougher, combat-trained, veteran pets from your collection.
Who can tell me more about the animals here?
The Zaishen Naturalist Silavor knows the most about where the animals came from and how they fight. Helena, the Zaishen Keeper, manages your whole pet collection and has the resources you need to add new animals to your collection. Both of these people spend their days in the south training yard, near the facility entrance. Up the stairs from the training yard you'll find Salome, the physician. He can educate you on the well-being of your pets.
Donde est... I mean, where is the exit?
The Zaishen Menagerie's main gate is on the southwestern peninsula.

Trivia[edit]

  • The sentence Donde est... I mean, where is the exit? is started in Spanish language, as Where is the exit? is translated as ¿Dónde está la salida?. This happens in all languages except on Spanish itself, where the sentence starts in English and then switches to Spanish: Where is... Digo... ¿dónde está la salida?.