|A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 34|
Kahn has asked for my help in reclaiming the thirty-fourth chapter of ‘A Tale of Two Sisters’.
- Assemble the thirty-fourth chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters. I can do this by finding all 6 missing pages and combining them together.
- Double click on the 34th Chapter 6 Missing Pages.
- Return to Kahn with the thirty-fourth chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters.
- 21 gold, 15 silver
- 373,8k XP
- Talk to Kahn, he has a side quest for you.
- Keep killing the mobs on Blighted Isles - they drop the Chapter 34 Missing Pages.
- This ends the quest but keep talking to him to get the follow up quest: A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 35.
Kahn: "I vowed never to return to these rotten Isles, but my Shaman heritage has compelled me."
You "I have the thirty-fourth chapter."
Kahn: "She needed something she could actually see, something solid for her shredded mind to latch onto. So Penn gazed down at her sister. And as she studied Riona's tranquil face and closed eyes, Penn felt the answer to her conflict stirring in some deep part of her. She blindly groped for it within the chaos. It was there somewhere. There. She had found her answer."
You lost 1x A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 34.
Gained 373,8k experience!
Kahn: "Penn stood. She had a task to perform, a goal. She turned her skin to protective rock, and embarked upon it. Though Ardent now violently swarmed towards her, wrathful Protectors of the Realm, Penn chose instead to see only the picture of her destination. She instructed the wind to clear a path for her amidst the tangled knot of screaming reds and golds, and it calmly did. Strapping her axe onto her back, as well as Riona's, Penn heaved her sister up into her arms, and began her journey. Though she had only ever seen it once, years ago, Penn remembered every detail of the place where she was now going."
Kahn: "As she marched forward, visualizing its lush greenery and hidden waterfall, the soft mossy earth which had teemed with colorful flowers and aromatic herbs, Penn ignored the hailstorm of bombarding spells which assaulted her, and the jeering faces which spat upon her. She walked on with Riona in her arms, and next pictured in her mind all the little hutches with thatched roofs she had seen, the number of which had surprised Penn, so many. She remembered, too, the picturesque way the hutches had blended in so perfectly with the earth and trees, and the cozy ambience of their grouping."
Kahn: "And when Penn felt the first arrow penetrate her crumbling rock armor, she thought of the people who dwelled in all those hutches. Shaman. How magnificent they had seemed to Penn, who, keeping herself hidden, had secretly watched them, mesmerized by the wondrous beauty of Shaman magics thriving without restraint, so rich and plentiful, like a much loved garden wildly blossoming in an otherwise colorless world."
Kahn: "And when the javelin struck Penn, shattering what remained of her tattered armor, Penn remembered when she had seen Riona that day in the little glade, surrounded by her family of Shaman. Her sister, such a natural leader and teacher, had been busily engaged in showing a young girl how to wield her axe, but had suddenly looked up. For Riona had sensed Penn's unseen presence nearby. But instead of joining her sister in the little glade with their people, Penn had turned away, and stayed on the path she had chosen for herself."
Kahn: "Like now, Penn thought as she stumbled, but kept walking forward. She was taking Riona back to her sister's home in the glade, and Penn was casting aside her vengeance for Ardent. That she would succeed in one, but not the other of these intertwined goals, Penn had known from the start of her journey. Undeterred, she walked on, though her steps grew more halting."
You "Can I help you find another chapter?"
Kahn: "The next chapter is the thirty-fifth chapter, which contains 6 pages. Find the pages, assemble the chapter, then return to it to me. This chapter will complete part 6 of the story, so I'll give you an extra reward."
Continued in: A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 35.