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Frost Bitten

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Frost Bitten
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Quest Info
Length Medium
Location Ice Canyon
Level 48
Reward As follows

Frost Bitten was a medium level 48 quest located within the Ice Canyon. It was removed in the 1.18 update. For anyone looking for the Frost Bite quest the link can be found here: Frost Bite

Alein, who is located in a cave to the north of Lusuco, asks the player to navigate to Lusuco and speak to Cabac, the owner of the Explosives Shop.

Stage 1[edit | edit source]

» Talk to Alein in the cave in the Ice Canyon.

Dialogue:

  • Alein: Oh nice to meet you. I'm a bit busy at the moment.
  • Alein: ... Say, you seem like an able person. Help me out here, would you?
  • Alein: For the past few days, I've been trying to break this ice block, so I can open up a new vein in this mine.
  • Alein: However, this isn't your average pile of soft snow, this ice is as hard as obsidian!
  • Alein: After all this time I've figured that my current tools can't do anything to this stuff. What I need is a strong explosion.
  • Alein: I know of a guy who makes and sells explosives. His shop is just South of here, so see if you can find him and get me a bomb.

Stage 2[edit | edit source]

» Go to the Explosives Shop in Lusuco and talk to Cabac.

Dialogue:

  • Cabac: Hello *cough* Sorry 'bout that, worked overtime yesterday. *hack*
  • Cabac: Wait... you need an explosive? *hack* Um, I only make fireworks, no idea what you're...
  • Cabac: Umm... *cough* bomb creation is kind of illegal nowadays, but... the local miners were usually my best customers, so I suppose I could try.
  • Cabac: But before I can make you one, I'm running low on the primary ingredient, gunpowder.
  • Cabac: Fortunately, there are some imps that collect it in a cave somewhere near here. I've been so tired lately, *cough* I haven't had much time to go there.
  • Cabac: *wheeze* Um, so grab me say, 10 Gunpowder. That way, I'll be able to make you a bomb, and have a little left.

Stage 3[edit | edit source]

» Go to the cave just west of the village and kill some Gunpowder Imps to collect 10 Gunpowder and bring them back to Cabac.

Dialogue:

  • Cabac: Got them all? Alright.
  • Cabac: *cough* Give me some time, and I'll have it ready.
  • He walks up the stairs. You wait for hours, as your patience weakens. You are about to give up and leave, when Cabac comes down holding a wrapped package.
  • Cabac: Sorry for the wait! Not great with special orders.
  • Cabac: *cough* Normally, I would charge extra. But since you got me the extra gunpowder, you'll get it for free.
  • Cabac: Be careful with that thing! *cough* Ugh... I should probably see a doctor.

Stage 4[edit | edit source]

» Return to Alein with the explosive.

Dialogue:

  • Alein: Ah, took you long enough.
  • Alein: Now to light the string and...
  • Alein's torch starts the explosives fuse. He sets it against the large block of ice, before running back.
  • Alein: Stand back this could get dangerous!
  • As the spark burns out the string, the bomb explodes. A huge cloud of smoke surrounds you, and sparks fly out from all directions.
  • Alein: ... Did it work?
  • The wispy cloud dissipates, but the block of ice is still intact.
  • Alein: Drat! Surely there must have been a mistake!
  • Alein: Ugh... well, there is another way. I've heard that somewhere around this snowy area, is a lava spring.
  • Alein: It's going to be hard, but if we can get a bucket that can hold lava, hopefully it will melt the ice away.
  • Alein: I think there's an old fellow who's great with enchanting, not too far from here. Ask him to help you out, This is our only hope!

Stage 5[edit | edit source]

» Go to the house to the west and talk to Keibon.

 Location   Keibon's House   X   -437   Y      Z   -470 

Dialogue:

  • Keibon: Who are you? And what is it that requires my guidance?
  • Keibon: You need a bucket for holding lava? Odd... well, there does happen to be a lava spring right there.
  • Keibon: I could just give you this regular old bucket, but for it to hold lava, I require some magic.
  • Keibon: Bring me 5 Pure Ice Shard from those monsters you see outside. With the magic from those shards, I will be able to enchant the bucket.
  • Keibon: Now, off you go.

Stage 6[edit | edit source]

» Collect 5 Pure Ice Shard and bring them back to Keibon.

Dialogue:

  • Keibon: Excelent. Now, let me get to work.
  • Keibon raises his hand. The silvers of frost begin to levitate.
  • Keibon: And... there!
  • Without hesitating, large beams of blue light shine towards a bucket on the table. It begins to glow, and emanates a cold aura.
  • Keibon: The bucket is ready. Good luck, young adventurer.

Stage 7[edit | edit source]

» Obtain 8 Lava by killing Animated Lava Blobs in the Lava Spring, and return to Alein with the bucket.

Dialogue:

  • Alein: Careful with that lava! You don't want to spill that stuff all over the place.
  • Alein: Alright, there we go. Stay back!
  • He pours the lava over the block of ice. A large cloud of steam appears, accompanied by a loud fizzling sound.
  • Alein: I think it's working!
  • Hasol: ... Wha... wh-wh-who's there? C-c-cam anyone hear m-m-me?
  • Alein: Goodness! Are you okay?
  • Hasol: Oh heavens, I'm alive! P-p-please, get me out of here! I'm f-f-freezing!
  • Alein: I'll get you out of there in a moment.
  • Alein: Hey, thanks for all the help, adventurer. I can take it from here.
  • Hasol: ... Wh-wh-what year is it? I feel like I-I-I've been gone for d-d-decades!
  • Alein: In fact, for your trouble, take these emeralds. Thank you for the help!

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • When the 1.13 Wynnter Update came out, there was a glitch with obtaining the lava, as it rarely appeared. In a later patch, it got fixed.
  • This quest is amongst one of the few quests with subtext behind what the player and the NPCs are doing during the dialogue.
  • The NPC's names are references to Star Wars movie characters: