Alright, after about 2 hours of standing by the Skull Island fountain, asking "I am looking for Friar Sand, anyone know where in Mooshu I can find him?" (granted, most people there were not even level 10 yet) and after about 2 combined hours of browsing the web with any combination of key words, I have not found anything about where the heck he is at.
So, I will ask the forums despite a 48 hour delay. Where the heck is Friar Sand? Can't just say Mooshu now, gotta be a bit more specific than that.
As a matter of fact, the person that posts that information will be the first in pirate101 history to make it public. Because ... apparently no one knows where Friar Sand is located at. Those that do have posts up brag about their drops, but never bother to tell anyone his location.
So, anyone volunteer to be the first in existence, and the first on the entire world wide web, to post Friar Sand's location? Because I would really like to know. I know at least one person wanted to know, but that was like 2 months ago, and he still has gotten no response (that was in Pirate101central).
Thank you, and on behalf of everyone past, present, and future that would have wanted, want, and will want, to know his location. Thank you.
If you're looking for Frair Sand, please go to the very end of the Verdant Dock (a.k.a Corrupted Shine)in the Subata Skyway and there you should find Goat Monks and Cherry Blossom Treants. For his actual location in the Temple of the East Wind, he should be behind those giant red doors.
Friar Sand is in the Temple of the East Wind. To get there go to Subata Skyway -> Verdant Docks -> Corrupted Shrine -> Temple of the East Wind. Once you get to the Temple of the East Wind, there will be a middle area with a sigil labelled "North Landing." Friar Sand is in that instance.
Coolster50, Kingurz, and Eveque67. You three are the first in HISTORY to make this information public. Finally, people will know when they google the keywords. Finally, anyone that wants to know, will know.
Thank you guys, so much, and you too, Talkin' the Plank.