The Primal Forge

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Side Quest: The Primal Forge
The Primal Forge.png
Starting Location
Bappasalar Cave
Given By
Stridsibum
Rewards
Retrieve the Ancient Smithy Hammer:
3,000 XP ♦ Stridsibum forges Adamantite weapons for you

Turn in 10 Small Diamonds + 1 Bluesteel weapon
1,000 XP per weapon

Related Quests
None

The Primal Forge is a quest given to you by Stridsibum at Bappasalar Cave.

Quest Overview

Quest #: 80 - Completable

Stridsibum, a strange creature dwelling in a cave under the Southern Dragon Mountains, has lost his Ancient Smithy Hammer. If you recover it, the 'Father of Goblins' will be able to forge unique weapons for you. So what are you waiting for?

Quest Steps

  1. Talk to Stridsibum
  2. Retrieve Ancient Smithy Hammer
  3. Bring 10 Small Diamonds + 1 Bluesteel weapon

Path

Bappasalar CaveBappasalar Cave

Detailed Walkthrough

  1. Find Stridsibum in a secret area of Bappsalar Cave. Talk to him and you will be asked to retrieve the Ancient Smithy Hammer which can be found further in this cave inside a chest.
  2. After retrieving his lost tool, Stridsibum offers to forge Adamantite weapons if you bring him 10 Small Diamonds plus a weapon made of "beautiful metal". If you pass a check he hints "beautiful metal" is a metal of peculiar color, Bluesteel to be more accurate.

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Trait Checks

The following Trait checks are associated with this quest. Those marked with Decisive.png are mandatory for achieving certain outcomes or rewards which can not be accomplished otherwise.

Trait RequirementNPC / ObjectArea Description
Personality 3StridsibumBappasalar Cave Mandatory to obtain a hint regarding the type of metal Stridsibum is searching for.

Quest Rewards

Retrieve the Ancient Smithy Hammer:

Reward

  • 3,000 XP
  • Stridsibum forges Adamantite weapons for you

Turn in 10 Small Diamonds + 1 Bluesteel weapon

Reward

  • 1,000 XP per weapon

Related Quests

No directly related quests are currently known.