Small Guide to Matoya’s Extreme Mode Quests

Did you have the urge to try out the extreme mode Quests in Matoya’s cave but were too worried you couldn’t do it?

That was me a while ago.

Rest assured that despite the warning that there will be no location help in the quest log indicating what you need to do, they are quite obvious.

If you’re still scared, do not worry, I provide some aid with this post.

The quests point you in the right direction already. One Broom wants you to go find a pool. Follow a stream to the west and you will reach it.

There it is:

An other quests asks you to go find a broken aetherite.

I happened to roughly remember where I saw some scattered aetherites, so I checked the places and found this one quite quick:

In yet another quest you have to find the tiniest wooden bride ever in the west.

The issue with this one is that it doesn’t have sparkling stuff on the location. You cannot identify it until you step on it.

Only then the sparkles appear:

Quick! Return and hand in the quests that were so incredibly tough.

This unlocks the Quest of Saro Roggo. He is one of Matoya’s most loyal servants and wants to fullfill her every wish.

But there is a major problem: Matoya is not cooperative.

After some convincing talks, she finally agrees to give Saro Roggo a task:

THe frog looked like he was about to explode with joy.

He then started to stand there and look at Matoya.

For minutes.

When Matoya questioned him, it turned out that he took his task very serious.

Now, Matoya finally got angry, yet she was smart enough to give him a new task.

It was very effective.

Actually, there is another quest after this one. Please do it yourself and find out more about Matoya and her biggest wish. :)


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