What is the best level 2 island route in Lost Ark?
After reaching level 50, Lost Ark players enter into an uphill battle, gradually upgrading and honing equipment to advance vertically and create more substantial characters constantly. This routine takes both their time and patience, as item levels are often the main entry barrier separating them from accurate game content - Chaos Dungeons, Guardian raids, and other high-level PvM instances.
Fortunately, many of the low-level islands in the Sea of Hyena have easy and quick-to-complete Oona quests that advanced players can repeat to collect Lost Ark consumables used to hone gear quickly. Since most of these islands are located close to each other,
Peyto: Another Hard Day at Work
Situated in the sea equidistant from Anikka, Argentina, and North Vern, Peyto serves as the de facto core for the early game islands and the optimal starting point for the player's efficient island route. Aboard this cruise ship, Una's two different tasks begin, each requiring a partial completion of Peyto's quest chain, including contract work as part of his crew.
Another hard day at work, which requires the player to wait tables, shovel sawdust briefly, catch rats, and clean shop windows will reward them with 340 Harmony Shards upon completion of the task. Completing this quest at least once is also required to start the Peyto quest series.
Ride like the Wind can be started when the player leaves Peyto, which challenges the player to ferry three departing Peyto customers to three static locations for a profit of five Leapstones Harmony. Luckily, all three of this quest's destinations have Oona's quests, meaning that players can link one quest to another.
- Forests of the Sea Waves, Tortoik
- Revelry Row
- Revelry Row
- Turtle Island
The fastest way to optimize this taxi route is to sail northeast to Turtle Island, then south to Tortoika, and finish the trip southwest. In Revelry Row.
Revelry Row: Cocktail in hand
Completing the Taxi Route South of Verne, players will complete their route around the islands by serving cocktails to visitors to Revelry Row. Mechanically the fastest of the three tasks, this task earns the player Star Breath per completion.