The Forbidden Fruit
Welcome back, friend. It is good to see you again. Are you here to purchase the results of my latest research? I believe you find this very exotic elixir to be quite impressive.
I discovered that the very nature of the fairy dragon is the reason that deliciously tasty treats have such an impact on any pet that eats one. What is this nature, you ask? I do not know what to call it, but for lack of a better term, let us say that it is extracting its good nature that produces the results we want.
Of course, some of the more narrow-minded amongst us might consider it cruel to hunt these creatures, but what do they know? Anyhow, back to what I was saying. I have nearly perfected a recipe for what I shall call the irresistibly tasty treat. While causing the pets natural attributes to increase for a short amount of time, it also has the effect of putting the pet into a frenzy, allowing it to inflict greater damage on your foes.
This new mixture requires the usual five boura skin and dough, but also ten pieces of treefellow wood, which when burned to an ash using a technique I would prefer not to mention where it can be overheard, gives the mixture its potency. Oh, also, the wood must come from a treefellow guardian. That is important. If you can obtain these things for me, I will give you one irresistibly tasty treat in return. Interested, friend?
Boura Skins can be obtained from the Lowland Bouras, Ruddy Bouras and High Plains Bouras as a loot in overland Ter Mur. Dough can be created by using the Cooking skill. Treefellow Wood can be obtained from the Treefellow Guardians in north Ter Mur, specifically around 114° S, 51° W.
When you got all the ingredients, mark them as quest items and return to Zosilem:
Good, you have returned with what we need. Quickly now, hand that over before someone sees what you have, and I shall give you an irresistibly tasty treat in return. I am busy for the rest of the day, but if you come back tomorrow, I can make more if you wish.