Lost Ark Shadow Mark, Shadow Island Token

The Lost Ark Shadow Mark and Shadow Island Token are a quest and the reward for completing it, respectively. To wrap the mission up and get the token, you need to complete Floor 24 in a Shadowspire. While this is a pretty straightforward command, it can easily cause some confusion. That’s why we’ve written this guide to help you out.

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Lost Ark Shadow Mark, Shadow Island Token

Lost Ark Shadow’s Mark, How to Get Shadow Island Token

To get the Shadow’s Mark in Lost Ark, and obtain the Shadow Island Token, you need to reach and complete Floor 24 of a Shadowspire, as we’ve said. Now, the game doesn’t let you track the quest in any way, which is why some of you might get stuck on Shadow Island, trying to find anything that has twenty-four floors in the area. The fact of the matter is, you can’t complete this quest there. Instead, you’ll have to travel to any city that has a Shadowspire Tower and complete its twenty-fourth floor. In the image below, you’ll see the location of the Shadowspire in Vern Castle but, again, any one of them will do, as long as you haven’t finished floor twenty-four.

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Castle Vern Tower location (click to zoom in)

That’s how you complete the Shadow’s Mark quest in Lost Ark and get the Shadow Island token – get the Shadow’s Mark by beating floor 24 in a Shadowspire, then come back to Shadow Island and hand the quest in. It makes sense that they don’t let you track this quest, since it there are several Shadowspires strewn across the map, and they’re all fair game. However, if you’re not paying attention, it’s easy to find yourself circling around Shadow Island in a fruitless endeavor to find the twenty-fourth floor of anything at all. So, yeah, that about wraps it up. If you need help with something else, check out our other Lost Ark guides.

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