|A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 2|
Kahn has asked for my help in reclaiming the second chapter of ‘A Tale of Two Sisters’.
- Assemble the second 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 2 Missing Pages.
- Return to Kahn with the first chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters.
- 18 silver
- 105 XP
- Talk to Kahn, he has a side quest for you.
- Keep killing the mobs on Blighted Bay - they drop the Chapter 2 Missing Pages.
- This ends the quest but keep talking to him to get the follow up quest: A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 3.
Kahn: "I vowed never to return to these rotten Isles, but my Shaman heritage has compelled me."
You "I have the second chapter."
Kahn: "There were few prisoners in The Grange who had survived for as long as Riona and Penn. In the early days, it had been easier for them to escape notice. What were two small children among hundreds of men and women, adults, who, their spirits having not yet been crippled, vehemently protested their innocence and fought back at the wrongness of it all? There had been much spectacle and pageantry back then, too. For the jailers would let the mobs from all the nearby towns into The Grange. They enjoyed having such a wildly zealous audience."
You lost 1x A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 2.
Kahn: "Wincing at the grotesque memories in her head, the jeering, the bloodlust, the hatred of those mobs for them, Riona tried to remind herself that it was now caution and diligence which kept her and her sister alive. So why then, she wondered, did today feel different?" You "[Continue.]"
Kahn: "Riona spotted her sister, far across the enclosure. Though they were identical twins, both having the same wavy auburn hair and hazel eyes, and faces which mirrored each other, their builds differed, albeit slightly. There was a litheness to Riona, a fluidity, whereas Penn's frame was huskier and more solid. Penn was crouched down, busily doing something in the dirt, Riona couldn't quite make out what, but the sight of her sister's sturdy shoulders and robust activity amidst such a decrepit wasteland, as always, heartened Riona. The old woman moaned again. Riona softly made her way towards her."
Kahn: "As Penn's hands combed through the dirt, she watched as one of the jailers loudly cursed the mud, which had just besmirched his glistening new armor. Such were the hardships of his life, Penn bitterly mused. But then, as had been oddly happening to her more frequently in recent months, as her fingers dipped into the ground, she felt the vast richness of the earth moving inside of her, a power, a potency, one she could not name. Penn briefly stopped digging for the object she'd buried so long ago, and removed her hands from the earth. She thought perhaps the forceful rumbling inside of her, like that of boulders crashing down a mountain, would subside if she did."
Kahn: "But it did not. Penn resumed her digging, and tried to concentrate. She needed to remember, but it was so hard to latch onto memories of their life before The Grange. And when she did, the gruesome sights and sounds which played across her mind, those of gentle people being slaughtered, of endlessly hiding in dark caves or putrid caverns, of always being on the move, always cold and hungry and terrified of what each new day would bring, seemed not so different from their life now.
You "Can I help you find another chapter?"
Kahn: "The next chapter is the third chapter, which contains 4 pages. Find the pages, assemble the chapter, then return to it to me."
Continued in: A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 3