Sightseeing log: The first steps

The sightseeing log was always just sitting there, pretty much untouched.

The descriptions told me like nothing. It was like the person who wrote them was speaking a different language.

So I traveled to this location I thought was correct and did /lookout

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Nothing happened.

I became impatient and checked with what other adventurers had found out.

Turns out, you need to be at the exact correct spot in the correct weather at the correct time of day.

Yeah, right.

I climbed up to this point in the Leatherworker’s guild. Yes, I followed a bulk of adventurers who were trying to get up there for no obvious reason and ta-daaa! A vista for the Sightseeing log.

Who would come up with this?

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I had enough of this crap and took a break for a year.

After a year, I followed an “interactive guide” in order to find visit the location at the right time with the right emote.

It feels like cheating but I also get to see really nice views and new hideout spots, so it’s still an adventure!

The Apkallu falls from above:

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Overview of the Sylph camps in East Shroud.

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Such a great view near Oshon’s Thingy!

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I’m so light, even cloth can carry me!

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Praying to some giant statue:

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At the Chamber of Rule, some lala was staring at me really strangely.

I must have looked kinda suspicious here >.>;

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This should better be continued another day…


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