The Legend of Legacy Walkthrough, Part Ten: Roaring Valley - Scenic Ridge, Bagpipe Ravine

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Roaring Valley - Scenic Ridge

- There’s another ancient device by the entrance, and near it a potential Sparkle. Further east the pathway splits; if you take the lower path you can find a new map, Bagpipe Ravine. Huzzah!

- Take the upper ramp instead and you’ll find a narrow path through the mountains, filled with monsters and potential Sparkles. When you reach a set of rocky stairs leading north you’ll have the option to continue west; this will take you to another entrance to Archwing Burrow’s Putrid Tunnel.

- Up the rocky stairs you’ll find the ridge spoken of in the name of the area. There’s plenty of sweet stuff up here. To the north you’ll find the ‘scenic’ part, represented by a circle on the ground; step onto it to get the Deserted Village Map, unlocking the area of the same name. Sweet. Beside this is a singing stone that will pass on the Whispering Shard for the Headwind charm. There’s a potential Sparkle to the east… and to the west, you can find a large, spotted egg. If you investigate this you’ll get thrown into a battle with an Archwing, or perhaps even a Nest Warden. You can get an Archwing Egg doing this, but... I don't recommend trying on your first trip. You'll lose.

Howling Valley's Bagpipe Ravine in The Legend of Legacy.
Roaring Valley - Bagpipe Ravine

- You enter Bagpipe Ravine from the northeast. If you wander west along the northern wall you can find a cave to Archwing Burrow’s Rancid Tunnel, tucked into the rocks. 

- Go south through the middle of Bagpipe Ravine and, after winding past some Archwings, you’ll find an ancient device on your left. Beside it is a yellow platform that will net you Worker’s Mitts. Continue west and south past here and you’ll hit a dead end where you might find a Sparkle.

- Back at the entrance, you can find a path to the south. Near the southeast corner is an ancient device that will bring water elementals into the area. Also down here you’ll find an exit to the world map… and to the Valley Ruins. We’ll head there after exploring the Archwing Nest.


4 comments:

  1. Will you be covering the Wanderlust boss that appears up at the top of the cliff where you can see the Deserted Village from?

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    1. Yeah, I will. I got pretty burnt out of Legacy, so I'm taking a break for a few days. Need to get as much done of it before Fallout 4 comes out, though, 'cause it will dominate my attention for probably a month.

      I've only fought Wanderlust once, and got my butt handed to me, but from what I saw it seemed like another Archwing clone, albeit with two AOE attacks per turn most of the time. I don't think you get anything special from beating it, other than the ability to see Great Crag from that same vantage point. Could be wrong about that.

      Apparently you can fight it randomly by checking Archwing Eggs, as well, but I've never come across one that way before. Maybe it only shows up like that on the Mesas? Not sure.

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  2. Thanks! I found Wanderlust by accident and my whole party died in a few turns. Any tips you have would be greatly appreciated.

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  3. I've just finished Wanderlust a few minutes ago. It showed up when I checked one of the Archwing Eggs in the Scenic Ridge map. My formation is like this, guard-ambush-support.

    My guarding characters (355 HP) used Perseverance to absorb physical damage for the whole team. But this can't help protecting from his wing attack that did to the whole group.

    The Ambush character (300HP) used Shadowblade with sword art and keep on spamming damage every turn, 150-200 damage.

    The support character (275 HP) keep on using Healthpack to get the whole party healthy. If the team seems fine then do the attack for more 100 damage.

    Wanderlust immune to all status effect; stun, poison etc, so focus on physical attack only. SP is critical for this fight so singing to bring the Wind spirit to favor your side is a must.

    It took around 10-15 minutes to finish him, and you'll got Archwing Plume as a random item for your hard work. Oh, and tons of awaken art for your characters.

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