BDO: Valencia’s Grave Robber Questline pt 2

To see quests 1 thru 6: Click here.

7th Quest that you get from Afuara is: Grave Robber’s First Steps.

You will need to go on your horse/camel into the desert where it’s marked on the map.

It’s a good idea to have a compass on you.  You can buy compass parts on the marketplace.

You need 3 parts and attach them together to get the compass.

Make sure to have your shovels.  How many?  That is up to you.  If you are new to this quest, I would bring at least 50.

You can find shovels at a materials vendor in Valencia.

Find Afuara’s Flag for the next quest.

The 8th quest: Find a luxurious decorative necklace.

This sounds harder than what it is.  I literally only used one shovel and you can see how far away I am from the flag.

Once you find the necklace, drag your happy ass back to Valencia and hand over the necklace to Afuara.

9th Quest: Second Suggestion. Find Zobadi and speak to him.  Go back to Afuara. (Because that’s how gossip works)

10th Quest:  Zobadi’s Information

You will need to go to a temple just outside of Valencia city.

You talk to this kid and he tells you basically “Z” is a big ass crook and you move on to the next quest.

11th Quest:

You jump back on your horse and ride back to Valencia to find that bastard.  (because you probably don’t have anything better to do)

Of course, he’s missing.  What an ahole!

12th Quest: Tracking Zobadi……because why not.

Right by the sign, is all of Zobadi’s friends.  They are all pretty much useless when it comes to information.

Pro Tip Talk to the midget first.

You don’t need the other two friends quest.  Just the midget one.

13th Quest: Tracking Missing Zobadi

You are going further out in the desert.  Bring your compass and your shovels.

You will find Zobadi playing with rocks in the desert and not even the good kind.  Click him for the next quest.

To be continued……

 

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Posted on July 14, 2020, in Black Desert Online, GENERAL and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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