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A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 32
Level 95
Type Side quest
Location Blight Bay

A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 32 is a Quest in Villagers & Heroes.

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




  • Assemble the thirty-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 32th Chapter 5 Missing Pages.
  • Return to Kahn with the thirty-seconc chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters.


  • 20 gold, 25 silver
  • 368,2k XP



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

You "I have the thirty-second chapter."

Kahn: "Penn studied what remained of the pavilion in front of her, very little, but for chunks of rubble and a single man, who, like a vicious cornered animal, now frantically waved a small dagger around in the air, and growled at Penn. King Herron. There was nothing regal about him, she thought. He was as twisted and unheroic as Penn had always imagined him to be. He cursed her, screamed and called her foul names, yet he still would not meet Penn's steady gaze, which she patiently waited for him to do."

You lost 1x A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 32.

Gained 368,2k experience! 1 You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "His cowardly eyes darted wildly about and looked everywhere else, but at the person standing in front of him who had endured the vile, hateful world he had created. See me. At last, he did, albeit only for a second, a passing squint, but in that pulse of a moment, Herron's black eyes met hers, and it was enough for Penn."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "She hurled a single, speeding, missile of rock at him, and ended the life of the man who had hurt so many. Penn killed the king of Ardent. And it felt good. She inhaled deeply, the sense of completion and of new beginnings. It was finally over. For the first time, in Penn didn't know how many years, she felt herself smile. It was with eagerness now that she sought her sister, for she and Riona could at last fulfill the words their mother had spoken to them so long ago upon first setting out for Ardent. They would help with the forging of a new and better world."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "Exhilarated, Penn moved swiftly away from the ruins of the pavilion, and looked for Riona. Her eyes scanned the valley for her sister, but it was the inner compass she had always shared with her twin that Penn now relied upon to direct her movements. Like a magnet casting its current out, Penn awaited her sister's like response, the familiar latch of the connection which had ever flowed between them. But it did not come. Penn felt instead only an empty space, a void in which the lonely echo of her own forceful current came bouncing back at her, unmet."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "Penn stumbled. For she knew. She knew even before she saw Riona's body that her sister was gone, had just felt her twin's absence from the world so profoundly that it now crippled her movements. Penn caught a glimpse of vivid blue on the ground up ahead of her, amidst the sea of reds and golds, and forced herself to walk. Or maybe she was running. Penn didn't know. She thought, too, that she might be screaming, but didn't know that either. The wind, sensing her need to be alone with her sister, howlingly scattered the cluster of reds and golds away from Riona's body. Or maybe Penn had done that. There was very little now that Penn knew for certain because her mind had crumpled."

You "Can I help you find another chapter?"

Kahn: "The next chapter is the thirty-third 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 33.