Lost Ark

Lost Ark Anikka Hidden Story Guide

Time to work on the older continents such as Anikka.

It’s time to travel back to Anikka, the tranquil land of forests and valleys, boasting thriving agriculture and trade, and see its hidden stories. Anikka’s Adventurer’s Tome offers good rewards, such as the Legendary Rapport Item Angler’s Fishing Rod, a Secret Map, and a Structure: Guardian Luen Statue. It may not provide a skill point potion, but completing the hidden tasks is always beneficial from a completionist standpoint.

If you would love to check the Adventurer’s Tome rewards for this continent in-game, click “N” or go to Adventure -> Adventurer’s Tome. Now, let’s jump to its Hidden Stories.

Anikka Hidden Story Guide

Anikka offers six different zones. Just to mention, doing these tasks is very useful since they not only contribute to the Adventurer’s Tome progress but also increase your virtues which are sometimes required either by quests or rapport characters.

  • Port City Changun
  • Rattan Hill
  • Twilight Mists
  • Delphi Township
  • Melody Forest
  • Prisma Valley

World in My Eyes

  • Courage +1
  • Delphi Township (1/1)

The Surging Yearning

  • Charisma +2
  • Rattan Hill (1/3)
  • Melody Forest (2/3)
  • Prisma Valley (3/3)

Letter to You 10 Years from Now

  • Kindness +1
  • Rattan Hill (1/1)

Sir Druden’s Past

  • Wisdom +1
  • Prisma Valley (1/1)

The Phantom Thief of Changun

  • Courage +2
  • Port City Changhun (1/3)
  • Port City Changhun (2/3)
  • Port City Changhun (3/3)

The Sidereal’s Two Students

  • Wisdom +3
  • Jeok’s Barrier Dungeon in Melody Forest (1/2)
  • Foul’s Hollow Dungeon in Twilight Mists (2/2)

Qualifications of the Grand Master

  • Wisdom +3
  • Port City Changhun (1/3)
  • Port City Changhun (2/3)
  • Prisma Valley (3/3)
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