Aun Kimintari tells you, "I am called Aun Kimintari, and I am honored to meet you."
Aun Kimintari tells you, "It is my chosen duty to guard the Keh of Tanae in Palenqual, what your Xuta call the Deru Trees of Marae Lassel, who are named Skuld, Urd and Verdandi in their own tongue."
Aun Kimintari tells you, "These Deru, young by their count of years, have been weakened by Wharu, and are now attacked by a thing called T'thuun. This thing must be stopped."
Aun Kimintari tells you, "I have a plan to weaken this 'T'thuun' and aid the Deru Trees, but I will need the assistance of your Xuta."
Aun Kimintari tells you, "I believe that we can use Wharu against this new threat, but I will need some items our scouts have found under the roots of the Deru."
Aun Kimintari tells you, "Find the passages of Wharu under the roots of the Deru Trees, east of Timaru. In those passages, find the Jelly left by their Tah. This can be used to attract Wharu, and will be important in our trap for this T'thuun."
Giving Royal Olthoi Jelly to Aun Kimintari
You give Aun Kimintari Royal Olthoi Jelly.
Aun Kimintari tells you, "Ugh. Only something that smells this bad could attract Wharu. It will work, and I guess that is what matters most."
Aun Kimintari stashes the jar into a heavy bag, which cuts off some of the smell.
Aun Kimintari tells you, "Now, for the next part we need. Our scouts have found a place in the Roots where the minions of 'T'thuun' have collected the power of this world into a shard, and then corrupted it. I can use this power to anger Wharu against these creatures."
Aun Kimintari tells you, "I can protect you from the shard's corruption using a trick taught to me by these 'Societies' your Xuta has created."
Aun Kimintari chants softly while tapping on her drum with one hand. you feel a wash of power settle over you.
Aun Kimintari tells you, "You'll find the shard under the roots of the Deru, guarded by this T'thuun's minions. Bring it to me, and we can set the trap in motion."
Giving Corrupted Mana Shard to Aun Kimintari
You give Aun Kimintari Corrupted Mana Shard.
Aun Kimintari tells you, "The level of corruption and raw power in this thing is horrifying. Just taking this away from those things may help protect the Deru."
Aun Kimintari tells you, "But, we will do one better. We will turn their corrrupted hopes into the very thing that destroys them."
Aun Kimintari combines the Royal Olthoi Jelly and the Corrupted Mana Shard with a carved fetish that she pulls from a pouch. As she combines the items, she chants softly in a strange tongue and the Akiekie Fire flares up beside her.
Aun Kimintari tells you, "There, this should do it. Take this fetish to the altar in the deepest part of the area hollowed out under the roots of the Deru. If you keep going down, you should find it eventually."
Aun Kimintari tells you, "Place the fetish, a fetish to Wharu himself, upon the Altar. This should call Wharu to the place, who will then war with this T'thuun, weakening them both. This will help protect the Deru and weaken Wharu both, which will help the Tonk and those of your Xuta as well."
Aun Kimintari tells you, "Be careful, the conflict between Wharu and this T'thuun will be vicious, if what has been seen by our scouts is true."
Aun Kimintari gives you Wharu Fetish.
Aun Kimintari tells you, "You honor the Tonk, the Aun and your Xuta by your actions and sacrifice. I thank you. I have been given a number of these keys by our Tah, who has gotten them from Elysatah of the Ispar Xuta. I am told your people prize them highly, and will take them as a proper reward for the risks you have taken."
Aun Kimintari tells you, "Our trap will not end the threat, but will keep them from progressing for a time, and keep the Deru safe until a better answer can be found. Return to me in a month, and we should be able to trick them once again."
Aun Kimintari gives you Braced Mana Forge Key.
Giving Wharu Fetish to Altar of T'thuun
You give Altar of T'thuun Wharu Fetish.
As you place the fetish upon the Altar of T'thuun, you can feel the pulse of power and hear both the commotion of guards coming to stop you and the rapid approach of the Olthoi, drawn to its call.