Planting Demon Vines (RoM Quest)  

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  1. Plant 10 Demon Vines.
    1. Go to New Moon Camp and get Blessed Dew (Rdb) from the Altar of the Divine Envoy of Springwater
      • The altar is at New Moon Pond, not New Moon Camp. Divine Envoy - Narfas (Rdb) appears and teaches you a little more lore. To summarize the big surprise, it looks like Narfas is what we would call a Demon, and that he tried to broker peace between the Humans and the other Demons, but Androth would not listen so Narfas helped King Kalume and the humans to bring about The Great Banishment.
    2. Get Unknown Seeds (Rdb) (uncommon drop) from a Demonthorn Vine or Bloodthirsty Demon Vine. Whenever you get one, click on the Aslan Mud Cultivation Bag (Rdb) to add them. If it is the right seed you get a Demon Vine (Rdb), otherwise you get a random Herb from any tier, such as Moxa (Rdb) or Barsaleaf. Odds of getting a Demon Vine are pretty high.

Take Back the Compass Bloody Demon Sword
Quest Series
Chapter III: The Legendary Sword
Finding the Needle
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