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Tarra is a Renown Heart NPC found north of the Atholma village in The Hunting Grounds. Help her take care about the area, and she will offer items in return.


Crystal Desert

Items offered[edit]

Item Type Rarity Cost
Difluorite Crystal.png Bundle of Difluorite Crystals Service Exotic 2,688 Karma.png
Endless Olmakhan Tonic.png Endless Olmakhan Tonic Tonic, Novelty Rare 175,000 Karma.png + 50 Difluorite Crystal.png
Mini Boticca.png Mini Boticca Miniature Rare 105,000 Karma.png + 25 Difluorite Crystal.png
Volatile Mining Pick.png Volatile Mining Pick Mining pick Fine 4,900 Karma.png
Volatile Harvesting Sickle.png Volatile Harvesting Sickle Harvesting sickle Fine 4,900 Karma.png
Volatile Logging Axe.png Volatile Logging Axe Logging axe Fine 4,900 Karma.png
Rolan's Master Key.png Trader's Key Service Rare 245 Karma.png + 10 Trade Contract.png


Before completion
Incomplete heart (map icon).png Have you come to join in the hunt?
Talk more option tango.png Is this hunt a competition for your people?
Incomplete heart (map icon).png We don't kill for sport, only for our survival and the balance of nature.
Talk more option tango.png How do you see hunting as balancing nature?
Incomplete heart (map icon).png Invasive prairie dogs break the legs of gazelles with their burrowing, and there's an overpopulation of predators like the jacaranda competing with us for food.
Talk more option tango.png Prairie dogs aren't native to this peninsula?
Incomplete heart (map icon).png They weren't here when our people came. We think they arrived in Atholma around the time the Inquest did, and now their burrows are everywhere.
Talk more option tango.png You said you were "competing" with natural predators for prey?
Talk end option tango.png I understand. Take care.
Talk more option tango.png Don't natural predacators have as much right to prey as the Olmakhan?
Incomplete heart (map icon).png All should share in nature's bounty, but there are so many predators that they're taking more than their share. Unless their numbers are culled, our cubs will go hungry.
Talk more option tango.png You called prairie dogs "invasive" - they aren't native to this peninsula?
Talk end option tango.png I understand. Take care.
Talk end option tango.png I understand. Take care.
Talk end option tango.png I understand. Take care.
Talk end option tango.png Take care, Tarra.