The Trine Towers

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(Lv. 52) The Trine Towers
Issuing NPC Ysayle
Location The Dravanian Forelands - The Smoldering Wastes - The Stained One (22-26)
Type MSQ.png Main Scenario
Level 52
Unlocks MSQ.png Gifts for the Outcasts
SQ.png A Budding Partnership
SQ.png Persistence Makes Perfect
SQ.png The Man Who Slew Too Much
Requirements MSQ.png Worse than Dragons

The Trine Towers is a Main Scenario quest in the Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn expansion, Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward. It can be unlocked by completing the quest "Worse than Dragons" at level 52.

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Rewards

default 52,800 default 734
Optional Items

Holy Rainbow Sarouel of Fending.png High Quality Holy Rainbow Sarouel of Maiming.png High Quality Holy Rainbow Sarouel of Striking.png High Quality Holy Rainbow Sarouel of Scouting.png High Quality Allagan Silver Piece.png x5

Description
Ysayle wishes to survey the approach to the distant towers.

Objectives

  • Speak with Ysayle.
  • Defeat enemies on the path to Anyx Trine.
  • Speak with Ysayle.

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Ysayle tells you of the three towers known as Anyx Trine, and of the dragons that dwell within. Without their cooperation, she claims, the way to Sohm Al's summit will remain closed. Meet your companions on the approach to Anyx Trine, and speak with Ysayle once more.


Ysayle notes with dismay that Gnath forces have occupied the road to Anyx Trine. Cut a path through their ranks, and gain entrance to the towers.

You have defeated a group of Gnath soldiers. Continue towards Anyx Trine, defeating any resistance you encounter.

Once more, you are forced to weather a storm of Gnath hostility. Resume your march along the path, and speak with Ysayle at the entrance to Anyx Trine.

Upon entering the courtyard of Anyx Trine, Ysayle hails the dragon Vidofnir─the friend of whom she spoke earlier. Though apparently willing to open the way to Sohm Al's summit, the Dravanian declares that she cannot leave her post unguarded for fear of the Gnath's god. Suddenly, the beastmen's aggression begins to make sense─they act under the influence of a primal. Pausing only to seek your approval, Alphinaud offers to slay the creature, that Vidofnir might assist you in turn.

Last edited by Dragoon on 24 August 2015 at 05:43
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