Unrest in Ishgard

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(Lv. 56) Unrest in Ishgard
Issuing NPC Estinien
Location The Churning Mists - Four Arms - Zenith (7-26)
Type MSQ.png Main Scenario
Level 56
Unlocks MSQ.png He Who Would Not Be Denied
Requires MSQ.png The Song Begins
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Unrest in Ishgard 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 "The Song Begins" at level 55.

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Optional Items

Hallowed Ramie Doublet of Aiming.png High Quality Hallowed Ramie Doublet of Healing.png High Quality Hallowed Ramie Doublet of Casting.png High Quality Allagan Silver Piece.png x5
Achievement Icon.png Orthodox Mayhem

Estinien is frustrated by yet another mystery.


  • Speak to Haurchefant.

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Estinien ponders the whereabouts of Nidhogg's missing eye, and muses over the great wyrm's sudden decision to hurl his entire army at the walls of Ishgard. Before he can come to a conclusion, however, the dragoon is interrupted by an urgent report from Ser Aymeric. It would seem that heretics have begun an uprising within the city itself. You return to Ishgard, and, with Ysayle's aid, seek to bring a peaceful end to the senseless destruction.

Upon entering the war-torn city, you are reunited with Lord Haurchefant. He quickly leads you to where a tense confrontation between the heretics and the Temple Knights threatens to explode into further violence. Lady Ysayle then tells her followers of the death of Nidhogg, and pronounces the Dragonsong War to be over. The heretics are thus persuaded to put up their arms, and retreat from the conflict at their mistress's command. Speak with Lord Haurchefant in the aftermath of the uprising.

Though Lord Haurchefant has convinced the incredulous knights to abandon any pursuit, he appears almost equally bewildered by this unexpected turn of events...

Last edited by Dragoon on 3 September 2015 at 02:19
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