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Symbol Quest
Quest Summary
StartingTalk to Antyklime Ax at [-4,-24] only on June 4th
Level required20
Other prerequisitesMust have access to Temple of Scriptures
Recommended level20-200
Total rewards2,726 Kamas

Almoken (Level-based, max 17)

Level-Based XP

1 Calendar Page (if you are still on the quest Year of the Dragon)

Items required
(not provided by quest)
2 Counterfeit Royal Seal
SequelAris on June 5th
RepeatableYes

Martero is a repeatable quest.



Also the name of the Meridia of Favours, a type of lower deity, to whom an offering is made on Junssidor (June) 4th.
06 04 Almanax Meridia

Protector of Junssidor: Sumens

Almanax June
Part of a larger Questline/Achievement: Year of the Dragon / How to Wane Your Dragon

Leads to: Dolmanax

Dolmanax

Bonus of the Day

Every Meridia offers a bonus to players on his or her day, one which is usually associated with the offering.
Today's Bonus is: +200% Drops for Perceptors in all Areas
Additional information about, or changes to, the daily bonus and/or offering can be found at Le Krosmoz .

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Speed Summary

If you do not wish to review all the details that follow, here is a quick summary to complete the quest:
Warning: Spoilers
1) Speak with Antyklime Ax at [-4,-24] on the 1st Floor in the Temple of Scriptures, agree to bring an offering to the Meridia of the day, give him the offering (listed in the Items Required section above), and then go to the 2nd floor.
2) Speak with the daily Meridia [-4,-24] on the 2nd floor, through whichever door is open, and follow the deity's directions.
3) Speak with Antyklime Ax again in order to receive your reward.

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Step 1: Obtain the Quest and Give the Daily Offering

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Dialogue Boxes: Obtaining the Quest
Dialog

Welcome to the Almanax Sanctuary! Judging by how grey your clothes are, I'd say you've traveled a long way to get here... Unless, of course, you're a follower of Redfis, the god of Dust. Either way, welcome to our Temple of Scriptures! If you've come to pray to the Meridia and earn yourself some Almokens, you're in the right place.

Declare that you are ready to honour the Meridia.
Ask a question.


Dialog

I'm guessing you already know which deity we're worshiping today. It's been the talk of the town, and I'm sure you've heard the whispers.

Reply that it's... Martero.


Dialog

Yes it is. Martero is the Meridia of Favours. He loves doing favours for anyone he can, without worrying about the consequences. When Rushu called on him for help conquering the World of Twelve, Martero set him up with an army of Dopples. Luckily for us, they were only temps who hadn't had any military training. I go and see him when I need a good massage to appease the arthritis that plagues my old bones. If you want to speak to the spirit of Martero, you'll have to make him an offering.

Ask what you can offer to please Martero.


Dialog

Today is the day of the Guardian Party, so you'd do well to hunt down a few Rogue Clan Bandits and confiscate their Counterfeit Royal Seals. If you've always felt like a bit of an amateur crime fighter, then this is your day, because these guys are possibly the most unscrupulous petty criminals around. Martero will tell you what he needs the seals for. If you're actually as thick as thieves with undesirables like the bandits, you'll just have to find another way to get the offering.

Go in search of the offering.
Refuse and leave.
At this time you must go get the offering, either by collecting or buying it; otherwise, if you already have the offering, hand it over to Antyklime Ax by speaking with him again.
Dialogue Boxes: Giving the Offering
Dialog

Welcome to the Almanax Sanctuary! Judging by how grey your clothes are, I'd say you've traveled a long way to get here... Unless, of course, you're a follower of Redfis, the god of Dust. Either way, welcome to our Temple of Scriptures! If you've come to pray to the Meridia and earn yourself some Almokens, you're in the right place.

Hand over the requested offering.
Ask a question.


Dialog

I will offer this gift on your behalf, (your name). You may now go and pray before the alter found in one of the rooms of the seasons. If your devotion is pure and true, the spirit in charge of today will show itself. Come back and see me once you two have spoken.

Go and pray.

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Step 2: Speak with the Meridia of the Day

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Dialogue Boxes: Obtaining the Quest
Dialog

Martero, Meridia of Favours, at your service! What can I do for you, (your name)?

Ask for all the Dofus and all the copies thereof.


Dialog

Ho ho ho! You're a little comedian, and that's just swell, because I'm missing a couple of clowns for the circus performance I promised King Allister at the Guardian Party! You've already got the outfit and all the best lines, so what do you say, pal?

Refuse.


Dialog

What a letdown! And i thought you were a disciple of mine! Fine, you can get by without my help today - that'll teach you to be such a selfish player.

Ask him whether that includes the hire of the personal escort of bodyguards he promised you.


Dialog

Naturally. No more escorts of any kind for you, be they male, female or Gobball. There are tons of people who deserve my favours much more than you.

Ask what favours have to do with the offering.


Dialog

Nothing whatsoever. Well, not directly, anyway. As well as being my day, today is also the Guardian Party, which is when Amaknians celebrate the time when the goddess Feca presented herself to Allister to save the kingdom from the evil clutches of Esra'Ruoy'Dnim the demon. I help the goddess out by asking you lot to hunt down the counterfeiters and confiscate their loot, which I in turn give to her. You may have heard whispers that I only do it to win Alikindoy's favour, but the Meridia of Generosity has always like me, and it's for my personality, not my actions. The others are just jealous!

Bow respectfully and leave.

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Step 3: Receive the Daily Reward

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Dialogue Boxes: Obtaining the Quest
Dialog

Welcome to the Almanax Sanctuary! Judging by how grey your clothes are, I'd say you've traveled a long way to get here... Unless, of course, you're a follower of Redfis, the god of Dust. Either way, welcome to our Temple of Scriptures! If you've come to pray to the Meridia and earn yourself some Almokens, you're in the right place.

Reply that you have spoken with the spirit of the day.
Ask a question.


Dialog

So you managed to have a little chat with a being made of divine essence alone?! Isn't that extraordinary?! In the Almanax Sanctuary, this miracle happens every day! Here take this in return for your devotion. And don't forget to come back tomorrow to meet another Meridia!

Thank him and leave.

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Rewards

Kama Based on the value of the offering and difficulty in buying or dropping it
Almoken Level-based, max 17 at level 200
XP Level-based, 2,750,000 at level 200
Calendar Page If you are still on the quest Year of the Dragon, you receive 1

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About the Meridia of the Day

Need a Xelor to repair your clocks? A Feca to take care of your brats? An Enutrof to squander your money? Pray to Martero, the Meridia of Favours! He makes people helpful and is ready to help you on any occasion! Martero: THE specialist in personal favours! He is celebrated on the 4th of June, the day of the Guardian Party.

He loves to render services, without worrying about the consequences. When Rushu came to see him in order to conquer the World of Twelve, Martero found him an army of temporary Dopples. Fortunately, they had not undergone intensive military training.

Information translated from the French Wiki Role Play Dofus site page on Martero.

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Trivia

Martero means "hammer" in Spanish, which is a very helpful tool. However, as regards the relationship between the name of this Meridia and anybody associated with Ankama, we look forward to discovering. Perhaps you will find the secret to this name.
Most of the Meridia are named for people associated with Ankama, its various products and media, referred to as the Krosmoz, including: Dofus, Dofus 1.29, Dofus Touch, Dofus Pets, Dofus Battles, Krosmaster and Wakfu (as well as other older games, such as Wakfu Raiders, which are no longer available), in addition to graphic novels, manga, cartoons and films, such as Dofus: Kerub's Bazaar, Wakfu (animated series) and Dofus Book I: Julith. If you want to learn more about Dofus and the Krosmoz, particularly about the history of the World of Twelve, including Almanax and the Meridia, please refer to Le Guide du Krosmoz.

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