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Time and Wind

Time and Wind
TypeWorld Quest
Requires AR0
Is Part of
DescriptionYou reach an uninhabited island across the sea, which is home to an enigmatic sundial. Who knows what secret it holds?
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Rewards
Adventure EXP x 500
Primogem x 60
Hero's Wit x 4
Mystic Enhancement Ore x 6
Mora x 60000
Objectives & Dialogues (are clickable)
Ravaged Carving: "Stories brought on the wind will bloom into legends in due time."
Ravaged CarvingRavaged Carving: "Stories brought on the wind will bloom into legends in due time."Paimon: What does this even mean? ...Paimon has no idea.Paimon: Still, this place looks like it hides some secret...Paimon: Let's check this area out. We might find some clues!
Ravaged CarvingRavaged Carving: "Stories brought on the wind will bloom into legends in due time."Paimon: This must be the sundial mentioned in the notebook!Paimon: Paimon doesn't get what's special about it, though...Paimon: Maybe we should read that notebook a bit more carefully.
• Uncover the secret of the uninhabited island
• Observe the shadow on the sundial
• Disperse the cluster of wind
Ravaged CarvingRavaged Carving: "Stories brought on the wind will bloom into legends in due time."
• Scatter the deposit of wind
• Pursue the Eye of the Storm
• Search for the Eye of the Storm
Henry MortonHenry Morton: Hmm? Did you have some business here, Traveler?
Henry Morton: An Eye of the Storm? I've been in this area this entire time, and I've never seen such a thing, except for that sudden huge gust wind earlier...Henry Morton: But I'm sure that it wasn't an Eye of the Storm. I would recognize one of those things anywhere.
Henry Morton: Believe me, I wouldn't be able to forget something like that coming to interrupt my research even if I tried.Henry Morton: To be precise, I'm doing research together with a friend of mine.Henry Morton: He's also a scholar, and we went to Sumeru Academia together.Henry Morton: He became an archaeologist thereafter, traveling the world and doing surveys, while I continued my studies in the Academia.Henry Morton: When he came to Mondstadt, he told me excitedly that he was surveying the Thousand Winds Temple.Henry Morton: He even said something like: "Once I've uncovered the secrets of your homeland, you're the first person I'll tell."Henry Morton: I didn't hear from him afterwards. I asked someone to send Cyrus a letter, requesting that the Adventurers' Guild help me look for my friend's whereabouts.Henry Morton: But there was no news of him at all, and so I discontinued my studies and hurried back here.Henry Morton: But there's nothing here but a sundial, and there are no other clues...
Henry Morton: What? There's another sundial elsewhere that's identical to this one, and it's on an island?Henry Morton: Oh, yes! Now I remember. I've actually seen that island sometimes, when the weather's clear.Henry Morton: Wait... You said that you found a notebook next to the sundial? Had my friend perhaps been there...?Henry Morton: Thank you. If I have the chance, I will head to that island to have a look. For now, however, I still have to figure this place out.Henry Morton: I must continue my research. If you're interested, you can have a look at my research notes. I've left them over there.Henry Morton: Who knows? Perhaps there's something in there that might help you.
Henry Morton: Me? I'm doing a bit of research.Henry Morton: To be precise, I'm doing research together with a friend of mine.Henry Morton: He's also a scholar, and we went to Sumeru Academia together.Henry Morton: He became an archaeologist thereafter, traveling the world and doing surveys, while I continued my studies in the Academia.Henry Morton: When he came to Mondstadt, he told me excitedly that he was surveying the Thousand Winds Temple.Henry Morton: He even said something like: "Once I've uncovered the secrets of your homeland, you're the first person I'll tell."Henry Morton: I didn't hear from him afterwards. I asked someone to send Cyrus a letter, requesting that the Adventurers' Guild help me look for my friend's whereabouts.Henry Morton: But there was no news of him at all, and so I discontinued my studies and hurried back here.Henry Morton: But there's nothing here but a sundial, and there are no other clues...
Henry Morton: What? There's another sundial elsewhere that's identical to this one, and it's on an island?Henry Morton: Oh, yes! Now I remember. I've actually seen that island sometimes, when the weather's clear.Henry Morton: Wait... You said that you found a notebook next to the sundial? Had my friend perhaps been there...?Henry Morton: Thank you. If I have the chance, I will head to that island to have a look. For now, however, I still have to figure this place out.Henry Morton: I must continue my research. If you're interested, you can have a look at my research notes. I've left them over there.Henry Morton: Who knows? Perhaps there's something in there that might help you.
Henry MortonHenry Morton: Time and wind... Just what did he find?
Henry Morton: Oh, that's something that my friend mentioned in the very last letter that he sent me.Henry Morton: He said that "time and wind" hide one of Mondstadt's secrets.Henry Morton: However, I've never heard that phrase before, and I'm from around these parts. Who knows where he heard that...
Henry Morton: I did. Though I'm from Mondstadt, I've always been studying at the Sumeru Academia. I've probably spent more time there than I have in Mondstadt.Henry Morton: You want to know what happens in there? Well, it's not a secret, so... Hmm, how should I put it?Henry Morton: They're a bunch of weird people. Hmm, perhaps that's too disrespectful... I guess they're "people who make quite the impression?"Henry Morton: If you ever have the chance to go, you'll see what I mean. But just stick to having a look. You don't want to stay too long.
• Defeat the Eye of the Storm
• Talk to Henry Morton
Henry MortonHenry Morton: Where did this thing come from? It wasn't here before!Henry Morton: How did you summon it?
Henry Morton: Ah, so that's "time and wind..."Henry Morton: So, there's another sundial exactly like this one on the island, am I right?Henry Morton: And the method to solve its riddle is the same? Then there must be some link between these two sundials, and the two places they are located in.Henry Morton: I must find a way to get to that island, and quickly...Henry Morton: Thank you, Traveler. Once I've made some preparations, I will look for you, and we shall visit that uninhabited island together.
Henry MortonHenry Morton: Oh, this island is so far away. How will I get across?

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