|Location||Lower Level, World Tree|
|Characters||Agate, Tora, Poppi α, Agate's Driver|
|Required story progress||No story requirements|
|Other requirements||Agate's Key Affinity Reward Level 5 unlocked|
Impassioned Thoughts is a Heart-to-Heart in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It can be found in the Waste Store on the Lower Level of the World Tree. The water level must first be risen by activating the control panel in the Control Room, to empty the water in the Nuclear Dump Facility, to reach this Heart-to-Heart. Viewing this Heart-to-Heart is required to unlock the third level of Agate's Keen Eye Field Skill. If the second option is chosen, 10 Jabara Bugs will also be given as a reward.
...The walls and floors of these ruins... What do you think they're made of?
With natural materials, processed and put together, you'd expect some flaws, some deformations somewhere...
And with this ruin shooting up into the sky like this...even small variations at ground level would cause it to tilt over.
But the strength of it is unparalleled.
Over hundreds, thousands, or tens of thousands of years, the walls and floors didn't break or become brittle...
I marvel at the minerals and materials used to create this site, though I don't pretend to understand them...
The whole World Tree is a mystery, for sure...
I'm curious about the construction, of course, but more than that, I love the adventure of it!
Just thinking about the ancient people who built this place, about their hopes and dreams...
And these symbols I can't read... Are they knowledge? Are they a warning?
All these objects made of materials I've never seen before!
Just being here makes me feel so alive, makes my mind soar!
Even just this wall probably took dozens of people hours, if not days...
All of these people's blood, sweat and tears, sealed in these walls of stone.
But yes, this wonderful lasting tribute is one of a kind on Alrest.
We should make sure to search the ruins thoroughly and find all we can about the ancient inhabitants!
I for one am quite glad the inside of the World Tree is a bug-free zone!
You know, since it's called a tree, I was afraid there might be all sorts of creepy crawlies nesting here...
I love minerals, like, a lot! And I hate bugs about the same amount...
In fact, I think that the more I love geology, the more I hate bugs.