A djinn willing to give me a mandolin: Go to The Poet's Palace. The Djinn you are looking for is Arash Abbas on the fourth floor of palace, around 17, 305, -85 ). Uruvanian language required to speak to him.
Return to Smendrik, who send you out for more updates:
A Folly worthy of pleasing Bristlebane: Throw pies at people in Rivervale. Gather 10 pies off the table in front of The Fools Gold( -52, -23, 38 ) and throw them at the friendly halflings in front of The Fools Gold. You must hit a different halfling with each pie. Once all 10 pies are thrown, proceed inside The Fools Gold to tell a sad tale.
A Sad Tale: Speak to Liddy Bobick at -78, -17, -15 in The Fools Gold. You will need to tell her a tale of two young lovers in order to make her and the others in the area cry and update the quest. See below for the correct order of responses.
A Tuning Fork: Hail Otzal Di'Zok in the ChardokLibrary of Divination( 920, -44, 437 ) . Di'Zokian language is required for this step. Hail the Tuner and he will attack you (Level 84 ^^^). Defeat him and loot the legendary no-trade tuning fork for the update. The chest from Otzal now drops tuning forks for each Dirge in your group on this stage of the quest.
Your Mythical Weapon has unique effects which will not work on level 81-90 spells, combat arts, or pets. By completing two quests, you may convert your Fabled or Mythical Epic Weapon into an Enervated Weapon and add persistent Mythical Effect spells to your knowledge book. This allows you to acquire other weapons without losing class-defining Mythical effects.
The quest requires that your class and your Epic weapon match. You will only receive the mythical spell gem of your current class.
You can start this series as long as you have the fabled version of your epic. But if you have completed "Epic Repercussions" then you will not be rewarded the mythical weapon if you go back and complete your class specific Kunark mythical quest.
The quests which make your Epic Weapon effect into a spell is the same for all classes.