Aion: Entering Poeta Quest Guide
Spread your wings in Aion The Tower of Eternity and join a world of fantasy and excitement. From the beautiful scenery to the incredible fighting players from across the globe are saying this game cannot be matched. Learn how to complete the starting area quests for Poeta and the Elyos race.
Aion The Tower of Eternity
Aion The Tower of Eternity is a visually stunning MMORPG that has thousands upon thousands of people talking across the globe. First going live in Korea, then following with a grand showing in China, the Aion game has now made it global and quest help is needed more than ever. There are many different areas and zones inside Aion The Tower of Eternity and even more non-player characters (NPCs) running around offering a multitude of questing options. It is easy to get confused and lost within this new world.
It is important to understand how to navigate through the world and the different options Aion provides players. Tapping the “j" key will allow quick access to the Quest Log. There are little boxes next to the quests inside the log that you can put a check mark in. This little check mark allows for the quest to be seen on the right hand side of the screen. With this option you can review details of the quest or check progress. If a full detail view of the quest is needed again there is a small arrow on the right side of the quest that you can click on the screen and it will open your log again.
Inside almost every quest is a link that players can click. This link is usually the name of a NPC or place within the game. Clicking this link will open a map that gives players a location of the place they are looking for. Tapping “m" opens the regular map and “n" opens a clear map that allows players to still play the game while seeing where they are heading.
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Sleeping On The Job
Sleeping On The Job is a level 1 quest that Elyos players get from Elpas as soon they enter Poeta for the first time. Elpas will be standing directly in front of the character with a hovering blue arrow above his head indicating that he wants to talk to you. The objective in Sleeping On The Job is to go locate and talk to Mires. This is simple because Mires to down the road right next to Elpas with a hovering set of blue arrows above his head. A simple camera turn will locate him and off you go. The reward is 50 experience and 30 kinah. Mires will give you a follow-up quest called Kerubar Hunt.
Kerubar Hunt is a level 1 quest that Elyos players get from Mires in the Poeta starting area. This is a follow- up quest and players get it after completing Sleeping On The Job obtained from Elpas. The objective for Kerubar Hunt is to kill 3 Striped Kerubs that are running around aimlessly near Mires. The reward is 330 experience and 100 kinah and is collected from Mires. Mires will then give you another follow-up quest called Grain Thieves.
Grain Thieves is a level 2 quest that Elyos players get from Mires in the Poeta starting area. This quest is a follow-up and players must first complete; Sleeping On The Job and Kerubar Hunt. The objective for Grain Thieves is to find 4 Kerub Grain Sacks. Go back to where the Striped Kerubs just were and go into the fenced area near Mires. There will be large brown sacks littering the ground that you can pick up. These are the Kerub Grain Sacks you need. Simple bring them back to Mires and collect the reward which is 380 experience and 80 kinah. Mires will then give you another follow-up quest called Report To Polinia.
Report To Polinia
Report To Polinia is a level 2 quest that Elyos players get from Mires in the Poeta starting area. This is a follow-up quest and players must first complete; Sleeping On The Job, Kerubar Hunt, and Grain Thieves. The objective for Report To Polinia is to find the Akarios Village and locate the Priest named Polinia. Tap the “m" key and view your map. Even though the words are half hidden you can still read “Akarios Village" to the North East from Poeta starting area. Simply follow the road until you hit Akarios Village. The Priest Polinia will be in a building straight ahead. The reward for completing Report to Polinia is 210 experience and 30 kinah.