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Divinity 2 Reaping the Seeds - dragon head statues

Three dragon head statues

Reaping the Seeds is a plot quest obtained in the Primordial Cave by talking to the dragon head statues that guard a door which must be opened to proceed with the main quest Hall of Echoes Bound. After speaking with the statues, you need to obtain three Magic Seeds to feed them. The book found on the table next to nearby the dead priest, Ancient Parchment, provides some background information on the statues. The seeds can be gathered in any order, and each is a sub-quest with its own rewards.

Once all the seeds have been gathered, return to the Primordial Cave and talk to each of the statues to complete the quest.

Sub-quests Edit

The First Hungry Statue Edit

The first seed is obtained from Jievaras at Camp Courage, east of Dragon Cliff Castle. He asks you to turn into a dragon and kill three wyverns that have been pestering him. Speak to him again when the task is complete.

Rewards:

  • 3500 exp, 500 gold, Magic Seed
  • One choice of: 1750 exp, 250 gold, 1 gem, 10 herbs, 3 potions, 5 ore


The Second Hungry Statue Edit

Divinity 2 Reaping the Seeds - Yggdrasil island

Yggdrasil & island

The second seed is acquired from Yggdrasil, on the small island south of the Primordial Cave. He asks you to kill a goblin named Charlie on the northern end of the island. Speak to him again when the task is complete.

Rewards:

  • 3500 exp, 500 gold, Magic Seed
  • One choice of: 1750 exp, 250 gold, 1 gem, 10 herbs, 3 potions, 5 ore


The Third Hungry Statue Edit

The third seed is received From Irminsul, across the water (east) of the Red Hammer Tribe waypoint shine. He asks you to answer some riddles:

Riddle 1

Question: "Strange creatures, we cannot speak, though we have mouths and broad bellies. We sail on ships crowded with kin. What are we?"

Answer: Amphora

Riddle 2

Question: "It swings by his thigh, hangs below the belt, a hole in its front end, stiff-set and stout it swivels about. Leveling the head its wielder hoists its high because it is his will to fill a well-known hole he's oft filled before. What is it?"

Answer: A key

Riddle 3

Question: "It eats tales, wolfs down words. A weird diet that may seem - the songs of man, his chants of glory - and yet, after the feast, the devourer is none the wiser. What is it?"

Answer: A bookworm

Rewards:

  • 3500 exp, 500 gold, Magic Seed
  • One choice of: 1750 exp, 250 gold, 1 gem, 10 herbs, 3 potions, 5 ore

Rewards Edit

After feeding the statues the seeds you receive the following rewards:

Trivia Edit

  • The names of the three trees are from different mythologies:

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