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For a list of Partners, see Partners List.
A Butler and a Maid as they appear in-game.
A Commerce Partner as it appears in-game.

Partners are a special type of pet that have some similar attributes to a NPC. Partner creation cards are sold in the Web Shop, but are rarely available via time limited Shop sales.

Partner Creation

Partner Creation is similar to Character Creation; it allows players to name and choose the hair, eye, face, and mouth of their partner as well as permanently decide their height, weight, lower body muscles, and upper body muscles. Names are still restricted by availability and currently cannot be changed. Partners can access a Dressing Room similar to the player's by being right-clicked on for the "Change Partner Appearance" option.

Gender and race are fixed to the type of partner. Currently, the only partner race is Human (partners currently summoned by Giant will be slightly taller).

Additionally, the Maid and Butler have three personalities to chose from. This will determine their pose, attitude, NPC music, and likability mechanic.

Partner Likability and Stress

Partners have 2 extra stats along with the usual ones. These stats can be viewed by selecting the "Additional Info" tab upon right clicking the partner and selecting "View Status." These stats affect the actions that can be performed with the partner.

  • Likability, also known as Favor, is the affection level between the partner and master, how much he/she likes the master (Max. 247 Min. -247). Higher likability increases success rate on repairs, alters their poses and entrances, gathers an additional item, allows the master to receive gifts from the partner, perform more "actions" with them, and provides the option to marry them. On a technical level, likability starts at 120, but is reduced to zero upon first conversation.
  • Stress shows how stressed the partner is (Max. 255 Min. 0).
    • High stress can reduce Likability.
    • Stress reduction cannot decrease past 0. Anything that reduces your partner's stress will only reduce if the stress is equal to or greater than the amount it would reduce. (i.e. "-50 Stress" will only reduce the stress by 50 if the stress is equal to or greater than 50).
  • Likability and Stress will vary from character to character.
    • The partner keeps track of individual Likability and Stress for each character on the same account.

Things that affect Likability/stress:

Action Notes Stress Likability
First summon of the real-time day Once per real day -5~+5
After the very first conversation Per character -120
Passive stress reduction while summoned -1 Stress per 10 secs. -1
+1 Likability per 1 hr
(Remain summoned for 60 consecutive minutes*)
-1 Likability if Likability is more than 120
+1 if less than 120. No change if at 120.
Timer resets when de-summoned
-1 /0/ +1
Pay 50,000 Gold Salary Once every Saturday -100 +10
Pay 30,000 Gold Salary Once every Saturday -70 +5
Pay 20,000 Gold Salary Once every Saturday +2
Give item to Partner Up to 5 times per real day -50 +2
Give item to a Partner
with 140+ Likability
Once per real day, only confirmed on Butlers
with the Friendly Personality and Maids with
the Clumsy Personality. There is only a chance this version occurs.
-53 +5
Request a Gift from a Partner
and say "I like it." with 140+ Likability
Once per real day, only confirmed on Maids
with the Clumsy Personality
There is only a chance this version occurs.
-52 +3
Ask for Gift and say "I like it." Once per real day
Likability Level 70+
(50+ If Personality is Clumsy)
-0/50 +0/2
Ask for Gift and say "No thanks." Once per real day
Likability Level 70+
(50+ If Personality is Clumsy)
+10 -10
Ask for Gift and say "I hate it!" Once per real day
Likability Level 70+
(50+ If Personality is Clumsy)
+30 -100
Partner Quest Once per real day -50 +2
Cook Food Once per real day +5
Give Food when Partner is Hungry Must not reach 100% upon feeding -10
Give Potion when HP/MP/Stamina is not full Must not reach 100% upon feeding -10
Stress at 100+ Periodically -1~3
Hunger below 55% Every 30 seconds +1~5 -1~3
Help Gathering Every attempt +1
Using Partner Stat Training Tool Occurs randomly upon use -5~+5
Ask for gift when below 0 likability. Every attempt -5
Using Partner Likeability Increase Candy (30) Guaranteed on use +30

*All partners have a 3 hr (180 minute) summon time, equaling a possible -3 / +3 likability a day if remained summoned without de-summoning.

Partner Features


Example of a Partner's Long Boat

Partners have purchasable carriage, broom, and boat mounts that both the player and the partner can ride in while the latter is summoned. The mounts were purchasable in the Web Shop for a limited time. All mounts may be given to one partner or split between two partners.

The type of mount that is used can be chosen by right-clicking on the Partner and selecting "Ride Wagon", "Ride Broom", or "?". Unlike traditional mounts, the mount starts at the player character, allowing the master to board the mount no matter the distance between the master and the Partner. Attempting to "mount" the Partner with hotkeys will automatically summon the last mount chosen.

You may not enter a closed Dungeon or Shadow Mission area while mounted; unlike pets, you are forced off your mount and do not enter the room.


  • Starting at 80 Likability, partners are able to gather materials as the master gathers, allowing double the output from a single source (e.g. 10 herbs will be gathered from a normally 5-herb pile, 5 from the player and 5 from the partner).
    • The Commerce Partner does not begin gathering until 241 Likability.
    • The effect does not occur with sieving, bottling, gathering specimens in Shyllien, or gathering ores in Hillwen.
    • If a Lucky Gather occurs, instead of quadrupling, only the player's gathering is doubled (e.g. a normal Lucky Gather results 3 items, 2 from the player and 1 from the partner).
    • Past 241 Likability, the gathering of a third material not caused by a Lucky Gather or Gathering Skills randomly occurs.
    • Gathering while the partner is watching over a Personal Shop will forcibly close it if the owner is too far, since the action will cause them to teleport regardless of their current action.
  • Partners have unique skills in their skill list:


Partners can be spoken with similar to an NPC. Upon speaking with them, several choices listing their various services are displayed. The first option on the list engages them in the standard Keyword-based conversation, with the dialogue for the Private Story Keyword changing after reaching certain thresholds of disposition. Every keyword will end the conversation and exit Chat Mode after they speak.

Laighlinne provides their master the Laighlinne's Transformation Keyword if spoken with the Private Story Keyword at 184(?) disposition.

Partners will not interact with other players; only their masters.


Partners can cook meals for their master once per real-time day. This is done by selecting "Order a Dish" in Chat Mode. Players must still provide the ingredients and ratios, and the ingredient bar's stability is determined by the master's Dexterity. Maids and Butlers have Rank 1 Cooking, enabling them to cook any dish available in the game. Commerce Partner and William only have Rank A, and Laighlinne Partners can not cook.

Item Repair

Players can request for their Partners to repair equipment, paying them to do so like regular NPCs, however there are no discounts. This is done by selecting "Repair" in Chat Mode. Success rate increases with higher Likability. Beware that repair rates scale with the repair cost formula and therefore increases the repair price.


  • Gifts can be given to Partners 5 times every real-time day by selecting the "Gift" and "Give a Present" options.
    • Despite the dialog stating that you can only give a gift once per in-game day, it is possible to give all five gifts in one in-game day, and to request a gift.
    • The types of items allowed to be given are limited to equipment they are capable of wearing and food.
  • Gifted equipment will be wearable by the partner.
    • Once given an equipable item, it becomes Personalized for the Partner and can only be held by them; this is also true for the clothing they come with upon creation.
      • In order to depersonalize the item, a Partner Trade Unlock Potion must be used on the item. De-personalizing the item also removes it from their inventory.
      • The only other way to get rid of Partner-only items is to have them destroyed. This is done by right-clicking the item and selecting "Destroy".
    • Equipment wearable by partners are restricted by race and gender. Since all partners are human, they may only wear equipment available to humans.
      • Similar to how they work for players, the hood of a Robe or Helmet will be determined by the last state (up or down) that it was in.
        • Note: Partners cannot change this once equipped. Double check to make sure the item is in the state (hood/visor up or down) you want before gifting it to a partner.
    • Any Partner-only item is equipped or unequipped when clicked on.
    • If the partner doesn't have the inventory space to put the equipment, it will refuse the gift.
    • Partners are unable to wear and/or receive the following:
    • While they can be gifted Bows, Crossbows, and Dual Guns, partners cannot attack with them as they lack the necessary skills that allow normal attacks with them.
    • They can Dual Wield One-Handed Swords; both swords must be given to the "Right Hand" option, rather than one on the right and one on the left.
  • Stacked foods will result in the entire stack being given.
    • The food will not increase fullness.
    • Fish that can be fed to Seal pets can be given as food.
  • Partners themselves can also give their master an item once every day real-time. This is done by selecting "Gift" and "Request a Present" when their likability level is above 70 (50+ with Clumsy Maid).
    • The master can reply "I like it," "No thanks," or "I hate it!" when they receive it, which may affect the Partner's Likability and Stress. If "No thanks" is chosen, a second Gift Box may be given. If "I hate it!" is chosen, there is a 50% chance to receive a Special Gift Box.
  • When they are above 180 likability, they may randomly give a surprise gift box once every day real-time when spoken to. This is separate from requested gifts. The surprise gift has a small chance of being a Special Gift. Simply starting a conversion and ending it repeatedly can be used to achieve this gift every day.


Partners have their own shop that sells items to their master. This is accessed by selecting "Trade" in Chat Mode. The items sold at the Partner's shops are not free, but like any other NPC shops, the 5% discount to all the stores applies on Alban Heruin (Wednesday).

Shop content is listed on the Partner Type's individual page.


  • Partners can provide random daily quests to their master, rewarding likability and combat experience. The player may receive quests by selecting "Grant Favor" in Chat Mode.
  • Each player character on an account may start one quest for one type of Partner a day (e.g. it is not possible to clear a daily quest for two Maids, but it is possible for a Maid and a Butler).
  • De-summoning the partner will automatically remove the quest from the player's quest log, regardless of whether it has been completed or not.
    • The player must manually complete the quest.
    • The player will not be able to receive another quest until after 11:00pm PST100.
      • If the length of time completing the quest spans past the reset time, the quest will be counted for both days.
  • Partner quests can be divided into several types:
    • Cooking Quests: The player must create a dish via Cooking skill. The partner can prepare base dishes/ingredients (ex. Steamed Potato in Tomato Basil Salad), but the player must make the main dish themselves.
    • Dungeon Quests: The player must complete a dungeon and then exit using the dungeon statue. A dungeon pass is not provided to the player.
    • Shadow Mission Quests: The player must complete a Shadow Mission. The difficulty does not matter. You must be the leader of the Shadow Mission in order to qualify. Passes for Secret Shadow Missions are not provided. If your Partner's Shadow Mission quest is identical to the current Daily AP Shadow Mission Quest, completing the Shadow Mission will only count for the Partner's quest.
    • Hunting Quests: The player must defeat a certain number of field monsters. Some quests that list the base/generic type of monster to hunt (e.g. Skeletons, Zombies, etc.) allow the player to hunt for several varieties of that monster type, and not just the specific one that is listed (e.g. Zombie Soldier will count for Zombie), unless stated otherwise.
    • Gathering Quests: The player must gather a certain amount of items, then talk to the Partner with the item. The partner may then request either the same amount or more of the same item. Taking the items from other players will not count toward the completion of the objective; although the delivery objective allows the player to gather items before the quest, even from other players. You are not obligated to gather these items, they must simply be delivered.


All Partners except Commerce Partner can be paid a salary on Samhain (Saturday). This is done by selecting "Pay Salary" in Chat Mode. Players must already have enough gold in their inventory to properly pay them. Payment cannot be taken directly from the bank.

Their wage are of three values: 50,000 ("Pay Bonus"), 30,000 ("Pay Base Salary"), or 20,000 ("Underpay") gold. Paying the Partner lowers their stress and increases their likability, depending on the type of payment. Paying a salary is not necessary; neglecting to pay yields no consequences.

Partner Actions

Various actions (not to be confused with player Actions) may be performed together with the master using the "Actions" selection in Chat Mode.

General Actions

Commerce Partners need an extra 100 disposition for each of the actions, while Laighlinne Partners need an extra 50 disposition. For example, Pose needs 181 disposition for a Commerce Partner and 131 for a Laighlinne Partner, not 81.

  • Salute = 0 Likability
  • Sit Down and Play = 2 Likability
  • Dance = 21 Likability
  • Cheer = 41 Likability
  • Pray = 61 Likability
  • Pose = 81 Likability
  • Laugh with Me = 101 Likability
  • Copy Nao = 121 Likability

Partner Laighlinne-Exclusive Actions

Along with the above partner actions, the Laighlinne Partner has access to additional, unique actions.

  • Stretch = 181 Likability
  • Link Arms = 191 Likability
  • Act Cute = 201 Likability
  • Kiss = 211 Likability

Homestead Partner Motion

  • Partners can be placed as decorations on Homesteads using Partner Placement Mode.
    • Static Placement allows for Partners to use Partner Motions and Gestures. For more information, see Partner/Homestead Partner Motion.
    • Interactive Placement allows the player to place their Partner on Homestead props, such as seats.
    • Note: Partners need to be removed from the Homestead before they can be interacted with again.

Miscellaneous Features

  • Partner mounts can be used within a homestead, however it is not possible to enter one while mounted. It is also possible to "transport" other players from their location to the user's by having them mount a Partner's Noble Carriage and then exiting the homestead.
  • Partners often speak at random, performing a standing action while doing so.
    • What they say is based on their stress and/or likability level.
    • The standing action occurs regardless of whatever they are doing (e.g. using a skill), but will still be registered by monsters and that partner as continuing what they are originally doing.
  • Partners can wear equipment.
  • An option to "Propose" in the Chat Mode menu appears when Disposition is over 240.
    • The partner will reject the proposal.
    • The option still exists if the player is already married.
    • The option will only appear to members of the opposite sex, despite this not being a requirement of the actual Marriage system.
  • Commerce Partners may accompany the player during commerce if they are summoned beforehand, and provide +1 commerce slot and +100 weight.
  • Laighlinne has two different NPC portraits when spoken to. Her Meryl portrait is used by default, although certain keywords switches to the Laighlinne portrait.

Miscellaneous Limitations

  • Partners cannot be affected by Divine Link, because they are not pets.
  • Partners cannot be summoned in tandem with a Pet or another Partner.
  • They do not age every Samhain (Saturday) nor do they grow taller.
  • They do not gain stats upon leveling up.
  • They do not gain or lose weight, regardless of food given.
  • Players are unable to log-in as Partners and control them directly.


Regular Gifts

Special Gifts

Maid and Butler Quest List


Quest EXP Cooking Rank Notes
Make Apple Juice 110,000 N
Make Baked Potatoes 120,000 F
Make Barley Bread 120,000 F
Make Beef Steak 120,000 F
Make Bouillabaisse 150,000 C
Make Braised Angler Fish 100,000 E
Make Broiled Brifne Carp 120,000 F
Make Brownie 120,000 F
Make Butter Biscuit 120,000 F
Make Caviar Salad 100,000 F
Make Cheese Bread 100,000 N
Make Cheese Fondue 150,000 C
Make Cheese Gratin 120,000 F
Make Chicken Noodle Consomme 150,000 C Requires one rank B ingredient.
Make Chocolate 110,000 7
Make Chocolate Chip Cookie 120,000 F
Make Chocolate Milk 110,000 N
Make Corn Chips 170,000 A
Make Corn Scone 140,000 F
Make Cream Farfalle 150,000 F Requires the creation of two Rank 8 base ingredients.
Make Croque Monsieur 140,000 F
Make Curry Rice 150,000 E
Make Curry-Roasted Red Sea Bream 100,000 F
Make Filia Cookie Set 150,000 F
Make French Fries 170,000 A
Make Fried Egg 120,000 F
Make Fried Onion 180,000 9
Make Fried Shrimp 170,000 A
Make Gateau Au Chocolat 120,000 F
Make Grilled Shellfish 120,000 F
Make Grilled Silk-Striped Marlin 120,000 F
Make Hard-Boiled Egg 120,000 E
Make Herb Mushroom Salad 150,000 N Uses a non-purchasable Rank 5 Steamed dish as an ingredient.
Make Kiss on the Lips 100,000 N
Make Leighean Sling 120,000 N
Make Lemon Juice[sic] 110,000 N The dish wanted is Lemonade, not Lemon Juice.
Make Milk Bread 120,000 F
Make Mixed Fried Rice 180,000 9
Make Assorted Fruit[sic] 100,000 N The dish wanted is named "Mixed Fruit".
Make Mixed Vegetables 100,000 N
Make Mushroom Canape 150,000 F
Make Mushroom Cappuccino Soup 150,000 C
Make Mushroom Fried Rice 180,000 9
Make Mushroom Gratin 100,000 F
Make Mushroom Marinade 150,000 A
Make Mushroom Potage 150,000 C
Make Button Mushroom Soup 180,000 C
Make Omelet 120,000 F
Make Onion Rings 170,000 A
Make Onion Soup 180,000 C Uses a non-purchasable Rank 9 Stir-fry dish as an ingredient.
Make Orange Juice 110,000 N
Make Poisonous Mushroom Stew 100,000 C
Make Potato Salad 150,000 N Uses a non-purchasable Rank E dish as an ingredient.
Make Popcorn 180,000 9
Make Ray Gill Filet 150,000 C
Make Red Sunrise 110,000 F You will need to travel to Vales for Brifne Whiskey.
Make Roasted Bacon 120,000 F
Make Roasted Chicken 120,000 F
Make Rock Bream Fish Stew 100,000 C
Make Screwdriver 110,000 N You will have to travel to Vales for the Brifne Whiskey.
Make Seafood Spaghetti 150,000 N
Make Shark Fin Soup 150,000 C
Make Smoked Sunfish 150,000 F
Make Steamed Brifne Carp 130,000 E
Make Steamed Mushroom 100,000 E
Make Steamed Potato 130,000 E
Make Steamed Shark Fin 100,000 E
Make Steamed Trout 120,000 E
Make Strawberry Milk 100,000 N
Make Striped Marlin Steak 150,000 F
Make Taitinn Carp Brochette 120,000 F
Make Tempura Plate 170,000 A
Make T-Bone Steak 120,000 F
Make Toast 120,000 F
Make Taitinn Carp Stew 150,000 C
Make Tomato Basil Salad 150,000 N
Make Tomato Spaghetti 150,000 N
Make Vegetable Soup 100,000 C
Make Fried Button Mushrooms 180,000 9


Quest EXP Type Notes
Alby Normal Hardmode 120,000 Dungeon
Alby Advanced Hardmode ? Dungeon
Ciar Normal Hardmode 120,000 Dungeon
Ciar Advanced Hardmode 200,000 Dungeon
Barri Advanced 150,000 Dungeon
Fiodh Advanced 150,000 Dungeon Armored Bear can desummon pets and partners. It is advised to have partner sit in the corner and use a r6 or higher Final Hit or other means to prevent use of skills.
Math Advanced 150,000 Dungeon
Rabbie Advanced 150,000 Dungeon
Rundal Normal Hardmode 120,000 Dungeon
Rundal Siren Hardmode 170,000 Dungeon
Rundal Advanced Hardmode 200,000 Dungeon
Peaca Basic 150,000 Dungeon
Peaca Intermediate 200,000 Dungeon

Shadow Mission

Quest EXP Location Notes
Defeat the Shadow Wizard 100,000 Taillteann
Provocation 100,000 Taillteann
Offering 100,000 Taillteann
Shadow Cast City 100,000 Tara
Lingering Darkness 100,000 Tara
The Other Alchemists 100,000 Tara
Sulfur Spiders of the Shadow Realm 100,000 Tara
Ghost of Partholon 100,000 Tara
The Red Dragon inside Shadow Realm 100,000 Tara Requires a Pass


Quest EXP Notes
Defeat 10 White Spiders 80,000
Defeat 30 White Spiders 100,000
Defeat 10 Red Spiders 50,000
Hunt 30 Red Spiders 120,000
Defeat 30 Coyotes 120,000
Defeat 10 Gray Wolves 50,000
Defeat 10 Black Wolves 50,000
Defeat 50 Black Wolves 100,000
Defeat 30 White Wolves 50,000
Defeat 50 White Wolves 100,000
Defeat 30 Gray Dire Wolves 50,000 Impossible to complete due to their location.
Defeat 50 Brown Dire Wolves 100,000
Defeat 30 Black Dire Wolves 120,000 Black Dire Wolf Cubs do not count.
Defeat 30 White Dire Wolves 120,000 White Dire Wolf Cubs do not count.
Defeat 30 Blue Dire Wolves 150,000
Defeat 30 Werewolves 150,000
Defeat 10 Brown Bears 50,000
Defeat 30 Brown Bears 120,000
Defeat 10 Red Bears 50,000
Defeat 30 Red Bears 120,000
Defeat 30 Red Grizzly Bears 120,000
Defeat 30 Brown Grizzly Bears 120,000
Defeat 50 Black Grizzly Bears 150,000
Defeat 30 Wisps 120,000
Defeat 3 Gold Goblins 150,000
Defeat 30 Poison Goblins 150,000
Defeat 50 Goblins 150,000
Defeat Goblin Bandits 150,000 The amount to be killed is not specified. This monster is Field Boss.
Defeat 30 Kobolds 150,000
Defeat 30 Poison Kobolds 100,000 Requires at least 3 runs of Math Normal which contains on average 12 Poison Kobolds.
Defeat 10 Gold Kobolds ~150,000
Defeat 30 Rat Men 120,000 Blue/Dark Rat Men do not count.
Defeat 10 Skeletons 50,000 Skeleton Wolves also count.
Defeat 30 Skeletons 100,000
Defeat 50 Skeletons 150,000
Defeat 30 Skeleton Wolves 150,000
Defeat 10 Brown Gremlins 120,000
Defeat 10 Gray Gremlins 120,000
Defeat 10 Green Gremlins 120,000
Defeat 30 Flying Swords 150,000
Defeat 30 Wood Jackals 150,000
Defeat 30 Plateau Wild Boars 120000
Defeat 10 Zombies 50,000 Only Zombie Soldiers from the Shadow Mission Their Method counts.
Defeat 30 Zombies 120,000
Defeat 5 Blinkers 120,000


Quest EXP Notes
Deliver 10 Milk 100,000 Empty Bottles are not returned to user after delivery.
Deliver 30 bundles of Wool 100,000 Asks to gather 10, then asks to deliver 30.
Deliver 20 Holy Water of Lymilarks 100,000
Give 40 Thin Thread Balls 100,000
Give 40 Cobwebs 50,000
Deliver 30 Firewoods 100,000 Asks to gather 10, then asks to deliver 30.
Give 5 Fine Firewoods 100,000 By chopping wood only.
Give 5 Average Firewoods 210,000 You may get a 2nd step where it asks then to deliver 10 Average Firewood.

Workbench enabled.

Give 5 Fine Firewoods 210,000 You may get a 2nd step where it asks then to deliver 10 Fine Firewood.

Workbench enabled.

Make 20 Cheap Leather Straps 50,000
Make 20 Finest Leather Straps 200,000
Deliver 20 Cheap Leathers 50,000
Deliver 20 Cheap Silks 50,000
Deliver 20 Common Silks 100,000
Deliver 20 Fine Silks 150,000
Deliver 20 Finest Leathers 200,000
Deliver 20 Cheap Fabrics 50,000
Deliver 20 Common Fabrics 100,000
Deliver 20 Finest Fabrics 200,000
Give 20 Iron Ores 150,000 Asks to gather 20, then to deliver 40.
Give 20 Copper Ores 150,000 Asks to gather 20, then to deliver 40.
Give 20 Silver Ores 200,000 Asks to gather 20, then to deliver 40.
Give 20 Gold Ores 200,000
Give 20 Mythril Ores 200,000 Mythril Ore can be mined in Solea or Ant Hell.
Deliver 20 Copper Ingots 150,000
Deliver 20 Silver Ingots 150,000
Deliver 20 Gold Ingots 200,000
Deliver 20 Gold Ingots 200,000
Make 20 Fine Leather Straps 150,000
Deliver 20 Garnets 150,000
Deliver 20 Emeralds 150,000
Deliver 20 Rubies 150,000
Deliver 20 Star Sapphires 150,000
Deliver 20 Aquamarines 150,000
Deliver 20 Topazes 200,000
Deliver 20 Diamonds 200,000

Commerce Partner and William Quest List

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Quest EXP Type Notes
Give 500 Ducats. 30,000 Ducats
Give 1,000 Ducats. 50,000 Ducats
Give 1,500 Ducats. 80,000 Ducats
Give 2,000 Ducats. 100,000 Ducats
Give 2,500 Ducats. 120,000 Ducats
Give 3,000 Ducats. 150,000 Ducats
Give 3,500 Ducats. 180,000 Ducats
Give 4,000 Ducats. 200,000 Ducats
Give 4,500 Ducats. 220,000 Ducats
Give 5,000 Ducats. 250,000 Ducats
Defeat 3 Bandits while trading. 50,000 Hunt
Defeat 6 Bandits while trading. 100,000 Hunt
Defeat 10 Bandits while trading. 150,000 Hunt
Defeat 15 Bandits while trading. 200,000 Hunt
Give 2 Ruthless Bandit Badges. 200,000 Badge William-only Quest
  • Note: Since Ducats are nonexchangeable, you only need to talk with your Partner. You will lose the ducats specified.
  • In addition to bandits killed during Commerce, those killed during Pursuit and in Saga missions will also count towards the Commerce Partner's quest.

Laighlinne Partner Quest List

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Quest EXP Notes
Carry out a Jam Session with your partner 150,000
Carry out 2 Jam Sessions with your partner 200,000
Carry out 3 Jam Sessions with your partner 250,000
Get a Great Success with Playing Instrument 150,000 The owner must use Playing Instrument, not the partner.
Play Battlefield Overture with great success. 150,000 The owner must use Battlefield Overture, not the partner.
Play Enduring Melody with great success 150,000 The owner must use Enduring Melody, not the partner.
Play Harvest Song with great success 150,000 The owner must use Harvest Song, not the partner.
Play Lullaby with great success 150,000 The owner must use Lullaby, not the partner.
Play March Song with great success 150,000 The owner must use March Song, not the partner
Use Dischord 10 Times 250,000 The owner must use Dischord, not the partner.
Use Dischord 15 Times 200,000 The owner must use Dischord, not the partner.
Use Dischord 20 Times 150,000 The owner must use Dischord, not the partner.
Play music with great success 2 times. 300,000

Shadow Mission

Quest EXP Location Notes
Provocation 100,000 Taillteann
Red Dragon of the Shadow Realm 100.000 Tara
Sulfur Spiders of the Shadow Realm 100,000 Tara


Quest EXP Notes
Defeat 50 Black Grizzly Bears 150,000
Defeat 10 Black Spiders 50,000
Defeat 5 Blinkers 120,000
Defeat 10 Brown Gremlins 120,000
Defeat 3 Gold Goblins 150,000
Defeat 30 Red Bears 120,000
Defeat 10 Skeletons 50,000
Defeat 50 Skeletons 150,000 Includes Skeleton Wolves
Defeat 20 White Spiders
Defeat 30 Zombies 120,000
Defeat Goblin Bandits 150,000


Quest EXP Notes
Collect 10 pieces of Average Firewood by cutting down trees 100,000 The player will be giving Laighlinne 10 Average Firewood.
Deliver 20 Common Leathers 100,000
Deliver 20 Fine Fabric 150,000
Deliver 20 Mythril Ingots 200,000
Make 20 Cheap Leather Straps 50,000
Make 20 Fine Leather Straps 150,000