Sensei Hakase

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Sensei Hakase is a siren found on Tuai Leit in The Arc at the south-east corner of the square just south of the bank. She is a tutor to aspiring seasingers, including Navigator Jemi. She holds mystical and homeopathic medicines in contempt.

After Ekahi is afflicted with a curse, the crew of the Sarim's Revenge consult her on possible cures. She suggests a mixture of rumberry elixir to see if the curse is physical, and when that fails, suggests spiritual or mental causes.

She awards the Salty title when the player has completed all activities in the Arc Journal and has bought all permanent unlocks from the Waiko and Ports Reward Shops.

She also appears in the Port district in Menaphos on the southern dock, south-west of the player-owned ports portal. She arrived as part of a group from the Eastern Lands who are now stuck on the docks. She can assign City Quests.

Sensei Hakase may occasionally appear at Manor Farm, asking for help with a hard Farming Guild request.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Sensei Hakase speaks in:

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 6 February 2017 (Update):
    • Sensei Hakase on Tuai Leit will now give you a full list of your remaining requirements to "complete" the Arc (achieve the Salty title).

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Sensei (先生) translates to "teacher" (less commonly to "doctor") in Japanese. Hakase (博士) translates to "doctorate" or can mean "doctor" in Japanese. There are various humorous ways her name can be viewed, such as "doctor doctor."
  • Hakase is the only NPC that can assign City Quests and is not voice acted.
  • When speaking to Sensei Hakase on Tuai Leit, she remarks that "Somewhere, something incredible is always waiting to be known". This is a reference to a quote by Sharon Begley and misattributed to Carl Sagan.