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A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 1
Details
Level 95
Type Side quest
Location Zorian Marshlands

A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 1 is a Quest in Villagers & Heroes.

Kahn has asked for my help in reclaiming the first chapter of ‘A Tale of Two Sisters’.

Prerequisite

NPC

Objectives

  • Assemble the first chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters. I can do this by finding all 5 missing pages and combining them together.
  • Double click on the 5 Chapter 1 Missing Page.
  • Return to Kahn with the first chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters.

Rewards

  • 18 silver
  • 105k XP

Walkthrough

Dialogue

Kahn: "I vowed never to return to these rotten Isles, but my Shaman heritage compels me to. I cannot rest until it has been recovered! It is of great significance to myself and my people. But I am still unwell, <Player_Name>. So you must help me.

You "You have my attention."

Kahn: "The pages of The Book of the Shaman are scattered among these awful Isles. It tells the story of my elders, and is imbued with great magics. Many years ago, one of our own, a wicked girl named Anouk, stole the book and took to the sea with it."

You "Then what happened?"

Kahn: "The same ghostly sea creature who caused the death of my friends, devoured Anouk's ship. She was never seen again. When I was here last, I learned the pages had washed ashore among the Blighted Isles! You must find them! My people must have their story returned to them! Will you?"

You "Certainly!"

Kahn: "Thank you. We must start at the beginning, with the first chapter. The pages are scattered across the nine different Blighted Isles. Collect the pages, assemble the chapter, then bring it back to me."


Kahn: "I vowed never to return to these rotten Isles, but my Shaman heritage has compelled me."


You "I have the first chapter."

Kahn: "It was called The Grange, and it was a foul place. It seemed to Riona that even the sun, which elsewhere shone with such loving warmth and radiance, felt only disgust for those dwelling within the rotting fortress, and, so, chose to shun them, too. But as she stared up at the unending grey sky, the young girl suddenly changed her mind. It was not disdain, Riona decided, which kept the sun aloof from them, but rather shame."

You lost 1x A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 1.

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "For why illuminate so wretched a place? To better see the agony on the faces of the tortured prisoners, young and old, whose bodies and spirits had long since been broken? To finely observe the mud and filth, in which, like a horde of verminous rats, they were all forced to live? Or perhaps to better glimpse the satisfied delight in the eyes of their jailers, fanatical zealots, the lot of them, who relished condemning so many poor souls to death every day? No, thought Riona as she glanced up again at the bleak sky, there was nothing for the sun to be proud of here."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "Riona and her sister, Penn, had been prisoners in The Grange for almost three years, since they were but children of ten. Today was their thirteenth birthday. As she pondered this, Riona's thoughts were interrupted by the anguished moaning of the old woman nearby. She had been brought in the night before with the new group, though few of that group now remained. Their screams had lasted until dawn."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "Even after three years, the nightmarish sounds, though so routine and constant, were not ones Riona had ever grown used to. In fact, in recent months, they peculiarly seemed to affect her all the more acutely. The sound of any individual in pain now reverberated inside of Riona with such unbearable intensity that she often wanted to cry out herself. It was always immediately followed by another sensation, also new to Riona, and which confused her with the sweeping magnitude of its force and strangeness. It was as if she were suddenly engulfed by a colossal ocean wave. She could almost taste the crush of the salty water coursing through her body, strengthening her, emboldening her, until it filled Riona's entire being with a pounding, rushing, need to act.

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "Riona cautiously stood up. Scanning the countless shivering bodies and gaunt expressions of the many desolate human beings strewn around the filthy enclosure, her eyes sought the one face which was identical to her own, that of her twin sister, Penn. Riona knew Penn would disapprove of what she was about to do. It wasn't that her sister would object to helping the old woman, far from it, it was the recklessness of doing such a thing in broad daylight that Penn would be opposed to. For it could easily draw the attention of any one of their sadistic jailers."

You "Can I help you find another chapter?"

Kahn: "The next chapter is the second chapter, which contains 5 pages. Find the pages, assemble the chapter, then return to it to me.


Continued in: A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 2

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