Turquesa

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Turquesa
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Pearl of the Sillaro
Details
Connected Areas Sillaro River

Turquesa is a quaint little town that boasts the ancient Riverine Fellowship. It is the fourth town in the game after you leave Sillaro River. It is located in the southeast corner of Deniz, and is only accessible by using the Surfboard. The town is very peaceful and there are no wild Temtem spawning in the area. The good wind that blows Turquesa sails towards the Sillaro is called Sirokos.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

The city mainly consist of docks and a few beaches.

Points of Interest[edit | edit source]

Temporium[edit | edit source]

UI-Map Icon Temporium.png Turquesa Temporium
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Sirokos Tavern[edit | edit source]

The tavern is owned and run by Jana, and been in her family for five generations. Its name comes from the good wind that blows Turquesa sails towards the Sillaro, and its most famous drink is the Sirokos Sour.

The Riverine Fellowship[edit | edit source]

The Riverine Fellowship is the group that oversees sailing on the Sillaro River. The Fellowship acts as a port authority to ensure sailors are trained and certified and inspects vessels for seaworthiness. They take care of their members. They recommend every member keeps at least one Umishi in their Squad.

Eidolon Beauty[edit | edit source]

UI-Map Icon Boutique.png Eidolon Beauty is a boutique located the the north-west of the town.

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Cosmetics
Dye Bundles

Trading House[edit | edit source]

Work in progress.

Quests[edit | edit source]

Turquesa Side Quests
Name Requirements Reward
The Writer's Journey None Hopeless Tonic for beginning.

Items[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Turquesa is Spanish for Turquoise.

Gallery[edit | edit source]