Help a grieving widow say goodbye to her beloved in The Last Faith. In this quest, Eryk helps Lucyl collect flowers for her to place at her husband’s grave. She can’t get the flowers herself but needs them so she can properly move on. In this guide we teach you how to get these flowers and achieve the Til Death Do Us Part achievement in The Last Faith.
How to get the Til Death Do Us Part Achievement in The Last Faith & Complete Lucyl’s Quest
Find Lucyl in the cemetery at the City of Mythringal. Talk to her and learn about her situation. She’ll ask you to collect flowers from the sea city to place at her husband’s grave.
Find the Water Well Flowers at the City of Elrim. You’ll find them to the right of the player location indicated in the photo below.
There will be some fighting involved, so make sure your gear is up to date to face the dangers of the sea city.
The Water Well Flowers will be found right beside a worn well. Collect them and return them to Lucyl.
Return to Lucyl at the City of Mythringal where you originally found her and give her the Water Well Flowers.
NOTE: If you can’t find Lucyl in the same location. Don’t worry she’s not dead.
To find her, first you find Wymond at the bottom entrance to the Federal Inquisition (lab), meanwhile Lucyl is on the upper floor.
She will be deeply grateful and can finally mourn her husband properly. With this, you conclude this side quest.
Congratulations! You achieved the Til Death Do Us Part achievement in The Last Faith. Explore this gothic medieval world and uncover more of its secrets, and check out our other guides if you find yourself in a pinch.
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