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Palia: How to Complete the Old Coin Quest



Palia - Old Coin quest

The Old Coin is one of the Found Item Quest in Palia which only activates after finding the Old Coin item. Players can find the Old Coin item once they have access to the Bahari Bay map zone. It is located behind the Phoenix Statue in the Flooded Fortress area of Bahari Bay.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to complete the Old Coin Quest in Palia.

How to Complete the Old Coin Quest in Palia

Starting the Old Coin quest will first require players to get the Old Coin by looting the vase behind the Phoenix Statue in the Flooded Fortress area of Bahari Bay. Upon getting the Old Coin, players will get the objective of asking around about the coin. There is only one individual who knows better about the coins than all of the others and that is Zeki.

Open the map to find Zeki and then go and talk to him about your findings. He will tell you about how the Phoenix Statue used to give fortunes in return for Old Coins. However, the Phoenix Statue will require 3 Old Coins in total leaving you with to find two additional Old Coins. To find the rest of the two Old Coins, follow the following steps.

  • Go back to the Flooded Fortress and climb up to the North Waterfall to find a vase with an Old Coin.
  • Continue ahead towards the center of the Flooded Fortress to find another Vase with an Old Coin on top of a pillar.

Upon gathering the 3 Old Coins in total, make your way back to the Phoenix Statue and insert the three Old Coins to get three Fortune letters in return. Read the letters from your inventory and then go back to Zeki to tell him about the fortune letters and conclude the quest.


Completing the Old Coin quest will give the following rewards to the players.

  • 10 Renown
  • 1x Lucky Coin

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