AION Fast figth with Zhanim the Librarian
It was easy and fast :-P
Tags: Zhanim Udas Temple Inggison
Added: 11 months ago
From: Rei Boy
Aion: The Tower of Eternity, known also as The Tower of AION in Japan, is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) released by NCsoft, a major Korean game developer. The game combines PvP and PvE (a concept the developers call PvPvE) in a fantasy game environment. As of May 20, 2009, Aion had 3.5 million subscribers in Asia.
When the god Aion created the world of Atreia, he created the draken - powerful dragon-like beasts tasked with safeguarding the humans; performing Aion's will on the planet; and protecting the Tower of Eternity, Aion's physical presence on Atreia. For a time, the draken obeyed Aion; but over time, they began to enjoy their power, ignoring their duties and abusing the humans. Aion took notice, creating the twelve Empyrean Lords in response. Angelic in appearance, the Empyrean Lords were demigods who walked amongst humans, and used a force called "Aether" to create a powerful barrier around the Tower of Eternity, protecting all of those within. While the outside world continued to be ravaged by the draken, who had become the more ferocious Balaur; the humans within the barrier managed to tap into the Aether, gaining their own powers. In time, they would become known as the Daeva.
As time went on, the Lords decided that they had to be more aggressive in stopping the Balaur. With the number of Daeva growing in size, the Lords decided to form an army, with ten of the Empyrean Lords leading the Daeva into battle; while the remaining two, Siel and Israphel, protected the Tower of Eternity (thus earning the title "Tower Lords"). This conflict between the Balaur and the Empyrean Lords would come to be known as the Millennium War, which led to no real progress by any side. As the war progressed, a faction of Lords began to view the war as unwinnable, and Lord Israphel proposed a discussion of peace with the Balaur. This surprise proposal drew criticism from within the faction; after a lengthy and heated debate, seven of the twelve Lords became the winning majority to move forward with the plan.
However, for reasons unclear, the negotiation failed. When the Balaur arrived at the Tower of Eternity, a commotion broke out, killing a Balaurian captain; the remaining Balaur, enraged, marched upon and destroyed the Tower, which set off a chain reaction that threatened to destroy the planet. However, Israphel and Siel made the ultimate sacrifice and gave their own lives to protect Atreia. The world was shattered into two "hemi-shells", with a dark Abyss lying between them; but it was held together by the aetheric field created from the Tower Lords' sacrifice.
While the Balaur were banished to the Abyss, the Empyrean Lords found themselves in conflict with each other. Two groups were formed, each with five Lords; the Seraphim, who had proposed the peace solution and blamed the others for sabotaging the peace negotiations by failing to agree to them; and the Shedim, who blamed the Seraphim, believing that their weakness and their proposing of the peace talk allowed the Balaur to gain the upper hand. From that day on, the two sides became bitter enemies.
The Shedim were exiled to Asmodae, the dark and harsh upper, inner half of the planet; while the Seraphim Lords settled in Elysea, the light and beautiful bottom half. They both took their humans and Daeva with them, and over time, they adapted to their new world and declared the opposing side to become their mortal enemies. Those in Asmodae became the Asmodians, gaining dark features and hostility towards outsiders (though they are generous and supportive to their own kind). Those in Elysea became the Elyos, growing even more beautiful and believing themselves to be Aion's chosen people (although they have grown arrogant). From that day on, they would wage war for centuries as bloody enemies.
Zhanim the Librarian
A Jotun (mechanical giant crafted by Aion himself) who handles information in the Lower Udas Temple.
Race: Magical Monster
Aggro Range: 20m
Elyos Reaction: Hostile
Asmodians Reaction: Hostile
Sulla's Startling Discovery
Order: A huge petrified object was discovered at the Scar Canyon. See Brigade General Yulia for an assignment.
Step 1. Talk with Brigade General Yulia of the Hushblade Legion stationed at Inngison Illusion Fortress (a no-nonsense leader, she hates the outmoded and - she feels - patronizing Brig. Gen. Versetti).
Step 2. Talk with Sulla, a scholar in Soteria Sanctuary, Inggison, with a heavy interest in the origin and history of the Reian tribe of the Temple Village.
Step 3. Talk with Philon, a scholar at the Philon's Campsite in the Scar Canyon, Inggison. He has been studying Tiamat's power, which has petrified the nearby area.
Step 4. Obtain a sample from the Western Petrified Mass (petrified by Tiamat's power). It can be seen in Scar Canyon and may be a part of Theobomos's Project Drakanhammer.
Step 5. Obtain a sample from the Eastern Petrified Mass.
Step 6. Obtain a sample from the Southern Petrified Mass.
Step 7. Talk with Sulla.
Step 8. Talk with Machiah, a wise scholar at Cloister of Kaisinel in Sanctum. He is a walking encyclopedia of knowledge on every subject.
Step 9. Talk with Pyrrha, an archaeologist studying the Theobomos Lab.
Step 10. Talk with Sulla.
Step 11. Talk with Gelon, a Reian tribe survivor living in Soteria Sanctuary, Inggison. He is an older Reian tribesman who is very familiar with the history and lore of Inggison.
Step 12. Talk with Titus, a Reian tribe survivor in the Undirborg Observation Post of Inggison. He lost his family to the Dragonbound.
Step 13. Put the Bloody Greathammer into the hand of the Drakan Stone Statue to enter the Hidden Library.
Step 14. Activate the Hidden Switch.
Step 15. Defeat Zhanim the Librarian.
Step 16. Examine the Traveller's Bag (it looks old and worthless, but holds an important document written by a pupil of Theobomos.).
Step 17. Read the Udas Research Diary.
Step 18. Report the result to Brigade General Yulia.
Inggison Illusion Fortress Scroll
Yulia's Chain Hood