A Bulbari's Tale is one of the side quest found in Jadestone Village.
Speak with NPC Warrior Nagan to start the quest.Edit
Nagan: "You can't stomp around the dock while I'm fishing! That one was about to bite. These damn fish are playing with me! (How smart are fish? What if the fish are fishing for me?) I'm never going to learn any of Old Man Cho's martial arts if I can't catch anything. Fishing is the worst! (Maybe this is Old Man Cho's true lesson. We're all just fish in the lake of life.) I've been here forever and still haven't learned a single martial arts move from that crazy old man. You have to help me! I saw a fisherman catch a basket full of jade trout using bulbari tails as bait. I know I'm supposed to catch the object I truly seek, but maybe that's a jade trout. Who knows what I truly seek? I sure don't! I know I seek not to fish anymore. Maybe if I get a big enough trout, Old Man Cho will finally teach me something. So, want to do me a favor?"
Nagan: "That's the spirit... kind of. I need you find me the biggest Bulbari tails you can. I'll need a few, so you should check the path up to Pondskip Vale. Bulbari burrow beneath trees up there. Shake the tree, find the tails. Once you have the tails, drop them off with my pal Ahwak at Croaker Lagoon and tell him to get over here and help me catch a damn jade trout."
Shake the juniper trees in Pondskip Vale and obtain the tails of Rotroot BulbariEdit
Speak with Ahwak at Croaker LagoonEdit
Ahwak: "The croaking and the plogging, it's just... It's too much."
(Nagan said you should bring him these.)
Ahwak: "What, Bulbari tails? Why in the world does Nagan need Bulbari tais?"
(He needs help catching a fish.)
Ahwak: "Nagan can catch his own damn fish. Old Man Cho told me to meditate here and that's what I aim to do. Except I can't thanks to these deafening Ploggles. All the noise, noise, noise, noise! But, maybe if I stuff the Bulbari tails in my ears... Yes! I can't hear a thing! Thank you, thank you so much! Though, I look pretty ridiculous, don't I..."