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Help Okoro test his mettle by training with him

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Help Okoro test his mettle by training with him

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Help Okoro test his mettle by training with him is a level 80 event that occurs in Garden of Seborhin.

Objectives[edit]

  • Speak with Okoro
  • Okoro
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    Ishme
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  • Okoro
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    Retha
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  • Okoro
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    Okan
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Rewards[edit]

Reward tier Experience Karma Coin
Gold 26,670 Experience.png 378 Karma.png 88 Copper coin
Silver 20,003 Experience.png 284 Karma.png 66 Copper coin
Bronze 13,335 Experience.png 189 Karma.png 44 Copper coin
These are the expected rewards for a level 80 player.

NPCs[edit]

Allies[edit]

Humans

Foes[edit]

Humans

Dialogue[edit]

Waiting for event start
Okoro: Can anyone help an old man teach his kids one last lesson?
Event start
Okoro: Life in the garden makes us too soft. When my time comes to serve Joko as an Awakened, I want to be ready.
Okoro: I also want to make sure my sons are prepared for the coming battle.
Okoro: I'm afraid my eldest, Ishme, lacks discipline and believes he can get by without practice.
Okoro: He's talented but thinks talent alone will keep him safe. There he is again, hanging around when he should be training.
Talk to Ishme
Ishme: Well, look who it is. Hey, ol' man, I see you're still able to roll out of bed in the morning.
Okoro: Respect your elders, or you're going to find out that you're not the warrior you think you are.
Ishme: Why bother with practice when I always win?
Okoro: I've told you so many times, but it seems you need a demonstration. Prepare yourself.
During fight with Ishme
Ishme: I'll just take a break. Right here.
Ishme: Ugh! I'm tired. Can I stop for a rest, Father?
Okoro: (huffs)
After fight with Ishme
Ishme: Okay, okay, you've made your point! You're stronger than me.
Okoro: Not stronger. Better trained. You must train harder to realize your potential, son.
Okoro: My second eldest, Retha, has always had an affinity for books. He often trains his mind rather than his body.
Okoro: His efforts are admirable, but he must be well-rounded to be a good candidate for Joko's army.
Talk to Retha
Okoro: Hello, child.
Retha: Please spare me the lesson. I've studied the strategies of the greatest soldiers in history.
Okoro: A quick mind is important, but you need strength and experience to execute those tactics you've read about.
Retha: Fine, I'll show you what I've learned. Don't worry. I'll go easy on you, Father.
During fight with Retha
Okoro: You'll have to do better than that.
Okoro: (huffs)
After fight with Retha
Okoro: You must get stronger if you're going to serve Joko one day.
Retha: There are ways to serve Joko that don't rely on pure strength.
Okoro: Son, you'll never be a general without first being a soldier.
Okoro: My youngest son, Okan, sees the value of strength and trains tirelessly to overcome hurdles before anyone else.
Okoro: He is sure to be accepted into the Mordant Crescent. He sets a fine example for his older brothers.
Talk to Okan
Okan: Baba! It's good to see you. What are you doing here?
Okoro: There will be a time when I'm not around anymore—I want you to be prepared to fight for Joko when I'm gone.
Okan: I know. I've been training every chance I get, just like you said.
Okoro: Have you now? Let's see if you can hold your own.
During fight with Okan
Okoro: You'll have to do better than that.
Okoro: (huffs)
Okoro: Is that all?
After fight with Okan
Okoro: Good boy. Well done. Being youngest has never held you back. Help your brothers.
Okan: Thank you, Father. I'll do that. You've always taught me that age is irrelevant.
Okoro: Thank you for indulging an old man. And now that I've warmed up, I'd like to request one last favor.
Okoro: You've proven you're highly skilled in combat. I'd like a true test. Do you have what it takes to beat me?
During fight with Okoro
Okoro: You're skilled indeed.
Okoro: I may look old, but I have still plenty of strength.
Okoro: I'm not finished yet.
Event success
Okoro: Hmm, yes. That was well fought. Thank you. I feel prepared to serve Joko.
Event failure
Okoro: This is a disgrace. Maybe I'm not ready to serve Joko after all.
Okoro: Excuse me. I must redouble my training efforts. This is unacceptable.