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    Exclamation Can`t finish quest:The Wounded Dragon

    QUEST:The Wounded Dragon

    1.Go To Elrath`s Cradle
    2.Talk to Sar Khayn

    BUT,i can`t go back to LightLands.

    When i finish the BOSS battle(do not talk to Sar Khayn) , i return guild province, then i teleport to The Whispering Plains.

    How can i go back to LightLands

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    I do not know if I understand well. Are you going to Lightlands for the first time?
    Then you have to go to Whispering Plains from the city with a purple portal to the Rift. From him to the left and go through the "spiritual world"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrotar View Post
    I do not know if I understand well. Are you going to Lightlands for the first time?
    Then you have to go to Whispering Plains from the city with a purple portal to the Rift. From him to the left and go through the "spiritual world"
    Yes,hwo do i going back to the Dragon`s location? Then finish the quest.

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    As I have described in the Whispering Plains from the city with the purple portal, in Rift's and portal to the Spiritual World. After passing, you should get to Dragon's location. If you do not have portal Rift ===> spiritual world , then just about to write for support. If he answers in reasonable time.

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    Thx~

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