- Listen to the guards' accounts.
- Find the suspicious pirate.
- Report to Ghimthota at the Moraby Drydocks.
- Speak with Ahtbyrm.
- Speak with Ghimthota.
Ghimthota, a captain of the watch at the Moraby Drydocks, wishes your aid in dealing with potential intruders.
|Gil||Experience||Guaranteed rewards||Optional rewards|
|0||6440||Antidote x5||Bronze Cuirass|
Allagan Bronze Piece x4
- Accept the quest from Ghimtota at the Moraby Drydocks.
- Speak with either of the guards, Urswyst or C'nangho, outside the southern gate of the Drydocks.
- Take a right up an incline after leaving the southern gate, and make your way to the top of the cliff overlooking the Drydocks. This should be just east of Empty Heart. Interact with the Shifty-eyed Sailor.
- Go back to Ghimtota and speak with her.
- Head towards Ahtbyrm and the Victory, where you'll engage four pirates, two Silent Lackey Arcanists and two Silent Lackey Conjurers.
- Next you will have to fight Ahtzapfyn the Absorbed and two more lackeys, this time alongside C'nangho and Ghimtota.
- After the battle, speak with Ahtbyrm.
- To complete the quest, speak with Ghimtota.
- Ghimthota is convinced that a gang of treacherous pirates aims to sabotage the construction of the Victory. Speak with either Urswyrst at the front gate or C'nangho at the rear gate to learn of any suspicious activity.
- You have spoken with one of the guards and heard a report concerning a possible saboteur. Make your way to the cliff at Empty Heart and learn what trouble is afoot.
- You have confronted the suspicious pirate, and he leaves you with words that send a chill down your spine. Hurry back to the Drydocks and report to Ghimthota.
- You have succeeded in preventing the destruction of the Victory. It has come to light, however, that the leader of the pirates, Ahtzapfyn, is actually Ahtbyrm's father. Speak with the troubled foreman, and see how he fares.
- Though he puts on a brave face, it is clear that Ahtbyrm is deeply shaken by his father's unexpected appearance. Return to Ghimthota and convey Ahtbyrm's gratitude and apologies.
- Ghimthota appears convinced that a swift return to work on the Victory will soon ease Ahtbyrm's troubled heart. The watch captain thanks you for your assistance, and mentions that the would-be saboteurs have been handed over to the Yellowjackets. There has, however, been an important discovery that she would like to discuss with you.