Talk:Join the Ash Legion of Tawny Ridge in stealth operations

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Try your doge controls ( to stay out of aggro of the Ash Legion soldiers

Just here to say...[edit]

This is the worst quest in the game -- 20:01, 2 November 2012 (UTC)

Agree! I ended up doing the very same flag (the clostest one to the quest giver) over and over again. Using the speed boost and dodge roll. What a waste of time just for the sake of map completion. Later I figured out that the two cog wheels are a safe spot.XLsdiary 05:23, 20 November 2012 (UTC)

Absolute garbage. Just do the first flag and wait a minute for it to reset. You can spend that minute posting comments like this one about what awful game design this is, and what an idiot whichever designer came up with it was. -- 06:38, 8 December 2012 (UTC)

You know I will never contribute to this wiki but I will say this I F*cking hate this quest. Only one way to complete it, no events to contribute towards it, f*cking hell so frustrating and annoying. -- 12:04, 26 December 2012 (UTC)

Worst fucking quest i ever played who came with this crap of a mission?

What do you mean "the cog wheels are safe"? You cannot stand on them, and when you get close, the seeker sitting next to them turns to you. 12:26, 24 May 2013 (UTC)

You can get behind them, though. In fact, you can then climb up on the roof of the tent. And since HoT, you can even glide from there, if it suits your needs - it doesn't break stealth, you move one heck of a lot faster, and there's a ledge further along the wall that you can reach. But, no, I haven't found a way to use that to complete the run yet. 09:16, 22 March 2016 (UTC)

This guy should be fired


Sorta. Okay, providing the pathing isn't affected by the seekers spotting other players, here's how you do it:

  1. Check the area, there is one charr that patrols from the entrance to the exit. Find him (he had red fur when I was there but that may be random).
  2. Go invisible and wait for the charr to reach the entrance
  3. When the charr turns around follow him (±10 paces behind) and keep to the wall on your left.
  4. When you reach the barrels go to the middle of the road (and stop following the charr).
  5. Make a few steps forward and stop, there will be a charr at the corner of the wall to your left, he will walk towards you but then he'll make a cut to the right.
  6. Walk to the corner and then continue to the next corner (outer, not inner) in front of you (avoid the inner corner, there's a stealthed seeker in there)
  7. The charr that you followed at the start will be coming back, wait for him to pass.
  8. Walk to the exit but stop in the middle of the wall, there is a stealthed seeker in the exit, wait for him to appear, go invisible and disappear.
  9. Run to the exit.
  10. Profit. (Not really, you'll only get about 1/3 of the progress bar.)
--Sialor 19:10, 22 February 2013 (UTC)

Dear Arenanet[edit]

This is not fun. Perhaps some puzzle-solving types might find it vaguely interesting (see the walk-through above). For the vast majority of us, it's boring and completely grind-grind-grindy. Please consider fixing it; it violates your own rules. -- ZeeWabbit 03:48, 9 March 2013 (UTC)

Agreed. This is a horrible task. If Line of Sight actually played a role, it wouldn't be so bad. --Verity 13:57, 10 April 2013 (UTC)
I enjoyed it. Except getting to the north end and there not really being a way around the stealthed guy guarding the exit. It was a nice change of pace. To each their own. 01:27, 30 April 2013 (UTC)
I enjoyed it... the first run. Had I struggled at all it would've quickly gotten frustrating - I think the progress bar should fill up rather a lot more for each action, if the only things you can do are the flags and the exits. At least precasting swiftness helps, you don't lose the boon when you turn invisible. Ch8ese 16:08, 4 May 2013 (UTC)
OK, point taken. Live and let live. How about we compromise? Leave the current mechanic intact but add something additional for the gang who just want the torture to end? Then I could hang about and, oh I don't know, kill whatever crap comes by and get it over with in 1/3 of the time. --ZeeWabbit 00:05, 7 May 2013 (UTC)

This is not a feedback page. Your suggestions are likely never to be heard by any ArenaNet Employer. I'd suggest taking this issue to the official forums instead. Mediggo (talk) 12:28, 24 May 2013 (UTC)

Mesmer portals[edit]

On a hunch, I brought my mesmer up to this heart. The Portal Exeunt can be placed past the last seeker, and you can then run back to the heart NPC normally. Just before you take the stealth, drop the Portal Entre. Get stealth, take the portal, and by hugging the wall (avoiding the last seeker) and heading back towards the flags, you can gain about 25% credit for the heart overall. Even with waiting for the portal cool down, this is much faster than what I've been able to do with other characters.

I'm not sure if this counts as a game exploit, however. This approach does bypass the typical way to complete the heart, and it's far less frustration and faster. But there's no real profit here given that the heart completion is a one time task. Nkuvu 02:26, 11 May 2015 (UTC)