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EverQuest 2 Quest Information
Journal Category Antonica
Journal Level 25 (Tier 3)
Journal Difficulty Solo
Starting Zone Antonica more
How to Start Speak to Ponchy Shorttoe ( -1890, -38, -557 ) /waypoint -1890, -38, -557
part of: Nights of the Dead Timeline
Preceded by:
none
Followed by:
McQuibble's Mystery
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This is the first in a series of four Nights of the Dead quests.

Returning playersEdit

Characters who have previously completed this quest line must talk to Goomle Gigglegibber, next to Ponchy, to trigger the quest feather

StepsEdit

  1. Head to McQuibble's Farmhouse ( -1857, -25, -210 ) /waypoint -1857, -25, -210, you will get an automatic update upon entering.
  2. Run over the three farm fields to the southwest of the farmhouse looking for patchs of soil. Find and click on a small pile of soil to advance the quest. (looks like a small anthill)
    • some are reported around:
      • ( -1742, -2, -169 ) /waypoint -1742, -2, -169
      • ( -1763, -2, -87 ) /waypoint -1763, -2, -87
      • ( -1703, -2, -81 ) /waypoint -1703, -2, -81
      • ( -1695, -2, -68 ) /waypoint -1695, -2, -68.
  3. Run over the two farm fields to the northeast of the farmhouse, again looking for soil patches.
    • some reported around:
      • ( -1895, -19, -139 ) /waypoint -1895, -19, -139
      • ( -2001, -19, -287 ) /waypoint -2001, -19, -287
  4. Return to Windstalker Village and speak with:
  5. Go back and speak with Ponchy Shorttoe. Tell him that you will, “go talk to Professor Heribert.”
  6. Speak to Professor Heribert ( -1923, -36, -610 ) /waypoint -1923, -36, -610

RewardsEdit

CreditsEdit

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Jack O'Lantern This article refers to events, personae and activities only present in-game during the annual Nights of the Dead festivities, which come to Norrath each year from (roughly) mid- to late-October through to early- to mid-November.


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