Killing the Elite Mark will reward the player up to 100 Sack of Nuts, 100 Allagan Tomestones of Poetics, 80 Allagan Tomestones of Allegory, 30 Allagan Tomestones of Revelation, 1 Cracked Planicluster and 1 Cracked Stellacluster.
(x16.5,y7), (x19,y11), (x25,y11.5), (x15,y16), (x22,y14.5), (x12,y19), (x23,y18), (x21,y23), (x27,y20), (x32,y20), (x9,y26), (x15,y25), (x21,y31), (x24,y31), (x26.5,y24.5), (x30,y30), (x35,y25)
84 to 132 hours after it's been killed; or alternatively 50 to 80 hours after maintenance has ended.
Tips and Tricks
- Right Cheek is an untelegraphed half-circle AoE on Forgiven Pedantry's right side. Dualcasts Left Cheek immediately after.
- Left Cheek is an untelegraphed half-circle AoE on Forgiven Pedantry's left side. Dualcasts Right Cheek immediately after.
- Witch Hunt targets a random player with a lightning orb, Stunning them, which is immediately followed by a telegraphed column AoE dash toward the stunned player. After dashing at the stunned player, Forgiven Pedantry makes an untelegraphed dash back toward its primary target.
- Second Circle is a wind blast column AoE in front of Forgiven Pedantry. Applies a Windburn DoT.
- Terrifying Glance is a gaze attack that inflicts Terror.
- Cleansing Fire is a large AoE.
- The Stake is a telegraphed circle AoE around Forgiven Pedantry.
- Fevered Flagellation is a cleaving tank buster.
Ah yes, the Forgiven Pedantry. That one's a notoriously vicious eater. In life, he was a fusspot of a mage. Fond of his own voice and making fools of those he saw as his lessers, he boasted that he would find a way to reverse the chaos wrought by the Flood of Light. You can imagine how that worked out for him in the end. One day he up and vanished, and a short while after, an eater wearing his face appeared. For all his faults, his loss was felt keenly. He helped many with his magicks─powerful spells that utilized yarn he spun himself as catalysts. But I don't suppose eaters have much call for spinning yarn, do they...
Ah, the Purified Pedantry. This is a notoriously malicious sinner. In his earlier life he was a pedantic magician. He was in love with his own voice and enjoyed making fun of those he disparaged. And he boasted about finding a way to clean up the chaos created by the flood of light. You can certainly imagine how that ended for him. One day he just disappeared, and a moment later a sinner appeared with his face. Despite all his failures, his loss was painful. He helped many with his magic - powerful spells that used yarn as a catalyst that he spun himself. But I do not think sinsmiths have a propensity to spin yarn, or ...?
— German Translation
Pardoned forceps is a wandering purrrgator by way of a violent temper. If we could tell the legend, before turning into a purgator, he was a magician. This mage would have had the habit of showing off his wits and making fun of those he thought were less in keeping with him than he was. He often boasted of being able to prevent the flood of Light. It can be said that he has been unsuccessfully stranded. For some time now, a purgator whose features remind us of those of this famous magician trembles on this island, whence he comes from. Incidentally, this mage was proud to be able to change the fate of others through the seam ... Not very effective, IMHO.
— French Translation
The "Forgiven Pedantry" is a particularly vicious one of the lamenesss of "Late". According to the legend, the true identity seems to be a paranoid mage.
A person who hides the knowledge and makes the other person a fool, It seems that he has been adamant that it can block the "lights of light". The result is a guess, but ... From when, on this island, which is the hometown of the mage, It started to show similar guilt of similar feature. By the way, it seems that it was the magic that the mage was good at spinning threads and affecting the fate of others. If she were guilty, what kind of yarn would she spin?
— Japanese Translation