Quest:A Fortune of Festive Spirit

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A Fortune of Festive Spirit
Level ...
Type Solo
Repeatable Yes
Starts with Mara Sandydowns
Starts at Winter-home
Start Region Frostbluff
Map Ref [11.9N, 95.3W]
Quest Chain A Festive Flurry
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Welcome to Frostbluff, my friend!

'If you're here for the Yule Festival, I'd recommend you get in the spirit of the season and participate in many of our fun Yule activities. If you're not here for the Yule Festival, maybe you should be!

'Festive folks that participate in many of our activities and show their true holiday spirit might just earn themselves some wonderful gifts!'

Note: this quest cannot be cancelled.

Background

There is much to do during the Yule Festival! Participate often to earn wonderful gifts!

(There are twenty days worth of Festive Flurry and Spirit of Yule participation quests. Plan accordingly!)

Objective 1

Every day there is something to do in Frostbluff. Every day there is Yule! Come and join everyone in Frostbluff and participate in many Yule Festival activities to receive gifts!

Objective 2

Every day there is something to do in Frostbluff. Every day there is Yule! Come and join everyone in Frostbluff and participate in many Yule Festival activities for five more days!

Objective 3

Every day there is something to do in Frostbluff. Every day there is Yule! Come and join everyone in Frostbluff and participate in many Yule Festival activities for five more days!

Objective 4

Every day there is something to do in Frostbluff. Every day there is Yule! Come and join everyone in Frostbluff and participate in many Yule Festival activities for five more days!

Objective 5

Completed.

Mara Sandydowns: 'Goodness me, where does the time go? The Yule Festival is almost over!
'I must thank you, <name>. You've done so much for this little town, and really made the festival special! I hope to see you next year, when I'll have a whole new set of gifts ready for you! Until then, Happy Yule!'