From the Mountains

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From the Mountains
Quest Info
Length Long
Location Pre-Light Forest
Level 67
Reward As follows

From the Mountains is a long level 67 quest located in the south-east part of the Pre-Light Forest.

Preview[edit | edit source]

In an attempt to gain immortality, Anrod has split his soul and placed part of it into a flower, the 'Roots of Ages'. This flower, however, has started to wilt and Anrod pleads with the player to help him get his life back.

Stage 1[edit | edit source]

» Talk to Anrod at his house.

 Location   Pre-Light Forest   X   -1367  Y   43  Z   -4542  Wynncraft Map 


  • Anrod: Ohh, I've been such a fool! Why is it dying?! I'm doomed!
  • Anrod: Oh, hello. Now's not a good time. Not unless you're some magical botanist.
  • Anrod: I already asked the Elves for help, but they told me I shouldn't have been so greedy.
  • Anrod: You see, I sought immortality. I placed my soul, frozen, in this flower.
  • Anrod: As long as it lives, I cannot age! I specifically chose this species because it has the nickname "Roots of ages"
  • Anrod: It's well known for never dying. Except mine is! This is my lifeline! If it dies, I die!
  • Anrod: A hermit nearby warned me not to do it, but I didn't listen. I thought he was just rambling!
  • Anrod: You have to help me! Find the hermit... I think he said his name was Rynver. He was very hard to understand...
  • Anrod: I think he said he lived up on that mountain behind me! I'm too weak to go myself... Please help me.

Stage 2[edit | edit source]

» Climb the mountain behind Anrod's house, and find Rynver.

 X   -1383  Y   79  Z   -4459  Wynncraft Map 


  • Rynver: ...
  • Rynver: Splurgh ephf men teefs!
  • Rynver is pointing towards the deep hole behind him and then back at himself.
  • Rynver: Hglrri pefdje!

Stage 3[edit | edit source]

» Investigate why Rynver is pointing to a cave behind him.


  • Rynver: Thgsngs ag lhgt!
  • Rynver slides the dentures back into his mouth.
  • Rynver: Hello?
  • Rynver: Ah! Thank you, much better! I dropped those down the hole a few weeks ago.
  • Rynver: But since I live alone up here, I have no reason to speak!
  • Rynver: Well, I suppose our meeting is not a coincidence. And I owe you one for getting my dentures back.
  • Rynver: What is it you need?
  • Rynver: Oh, that dastard! He actually went through with it! I warned him! Binding the soul is not only dangerous, but ILLEGAL!
  • Rynver: Although, his flower should not be dying... The root of ages is said to be immortal...
  • Rynver: I used to be a holy man before I lost my religion... I can produce some holy water for his plant.
  • Rynver: I will need you to get me something though...
  • Rynver: I need [1 Water Spirit Tear] to make it. There are some living up here in a whirlpool. Take a [Breathing Helmet] with you, you cannot survive the currents without it. Gooph lucpfh!
  • Rynver's teeth fall out of his mouth as he talks.

Stage 4[edit | edit source]

» Search for a water spirit around the river with a Breathing Helmet.

Note: You need a Breathing Helmet II in order to enter the pool.

Stage 5[edit | edit source]

» Return to Rynver with 1 Water Spirit Tear from the pool.


  • Rynver: You've returned! Do you have the tear?
  • Rynver: Excellent! I couldn't have done it better myself!
  • Rynver: Spirit tears are full of light magic... When infused with water from my old church, it should cure any ailment.
  • Rynver: ...
  • Rynver: Elsoth, mulath, reldein!
  • Rynver drops the tear into his bucket, which begins to glow.
  • Rynver: Aha! Success! Take that to his flower right away! It's been a while since I did anfyin lipph thap...
  • Rynver's teeth fall out of his mouth as he talks.

Stage 6[edit | edit source]

» Return to Anrod with the Holy Water Rynver made you.


  • Anrod: Oh! You're back! I thought you just ran off! What do you...wait, you just have water?! This isn't a laughing matter!!
  • Anrod: say Rynver gave it to you...? Oh, no wonder it took you so long, then...
  • Anrod: Well...pour it onto the flower, please. I can barely even lift my arms, I'm so tired...
  • Anrod: Gaaah, that...wh...aaah! I feel like my whole body is on fire!! What was in that water?!
  • Anrod: Wait a minute...s-since when were the hills blazing?! I...wait, I think I know what's wrong!!
  • Anrod: The Elves told me that these flowers "live as long as life itself." I got them from the cave in the mountains to the south.
  • Anrod: Maybe the flower's condition is linked to the plants in there! This fire must have spread into that cave...
  • Anrod: Aaah, aaah! H-hot! It's getting worse! I'm burning up!! G-go into that cave! Find whatever's burning the roots! Do something!
  • Anrod: Kill it, douse it, give it a stern lecture, I don't care! Just DOUSE THOSE FIRES! AAAAH HOT HOT HOT HOT HOT!!!!

Stage 7[edit | edit source]

» Follow the burning trees to find out the cause.

Stage 8[edit | edit source]

» Go deeper into the cave and stop the Fleris Sludge from burning the roots.

Stage 9[edit | edit source]

» Return to Anrod with 1 Fleris Cream to prove you solved the problem.


  • Anrod: Welcome back!
  • Anrod: Blessed...blessed cold! I know you were successful...I don't feel like I'm burning anymore, and my flower is back to a healthy state!
  • Anrod: chance, what was going on in there? I'd like to know.
  • Anrod: A little sludge-ish, lava-blob-looking thing? Wait, a Fleris? How in the world...
  • Anrod: Uh, those things live in the caves under this volcanic mountain range...and that place is halfway across the entire province from here!!
  • Anrod: Usually, they live around these mounds of cinder. I think they get scared when they get cold?
  • Anrod: It was probably trying to burn the roots to make a Fleris mound for itself. That's too bad. It didn't know any better, and the thing are darn cute.
  • Anrod: Well, whatever the case, you've saved my life, so here. I can easily work up the money later. It isn't like I've not got the time now!

Tips[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Anrod's experiment came at a costly rate however, as the flower is linked to the giant roots nearby; if those get damaged, so does the flower.