|Save the Seamstress|
|At Castle of the Dead: Catacombs, save the girls and protect them from the vampires.|
|Location||Castle of the Dead: Catacombs|
|Defeat the Ancient Dragon on Normal difficulty.|
|Experience points||40000 Exp|
|Skill points||1 Pt(s)|
|The Blood Countess|
|Rescue the Children||Release the Genie|
This is a request from a female business owner in a remote village. She reports the girls who work at her shop have been kidnapped by vampires, and further adds that those girls, mere seamstresses, stayed up late dreaming about actually wearing the dresses they made.
The shop owner claims that the lamps that her employees were burning in order to stay awake as they fantasized about a life they could never reach instead of knowing their places are obviously what attracted the vampires' attentions.
She then adds that because she has no workers, she can't afford to pay much as a reward, and states that if you could bring even one of the girls back to work posthaste, it would help her business greatly.
The Quest "Save the Seamstress" has been completed!
In path A of Castle of the Dead: Catacombs, there are three girls that you encounter behind three of the four doors in the stage. Take them with you and protect them from enemies that you find in the path, in particular spiders and brood corpses since these enemies can poison them and drain their energy before the battle with the boss. At the end, defeat the Vampires while keeping at least one girl alive. The easiest way is to do this quest with a full party, as this will allow some members to be on the offense while the others keep an eye on the girls. Occasionally a vampire might grab a girl and suck her blood, doing great damage to her and converting her into a vampire if the girl is killed, so focus your attacks on that vampire if that happens. Wizard's Slow and Fighter's Distraction are very useful for this quest, particularly if your party is at a low-level. You can also try to tackle this quest along with Church Cover-up as you will probably benefit from doing both at the same time by saving time and effort.