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A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 35
Details
Level 95
Type Side quest
Location Blight Bay

A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 35 is a Quest in Villagers & Heroes.

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

Prerequisite

NPC

Objectives

  • Assemble the thirty-fifth 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 35th Chapter 6 Missing Pages.
  • Return to Kahn with the thirty-fifth chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters.

Rewards

  • 27 gold
  • 525k XP
  • 2500 Blight Medallion

Walkthrough

Dialogue

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

You "I have the thirty-fifth chapter."

Kahn: "At length, Penn fell, and with her, Riona. Ardent cheered. Penn lay on the muddy ground next to her sister, and hoped Riona would forgive her for not being able to return her to her family. But Penn had succeeded in completing her real journey, and knew Riona would be proud of her for that. Though her eyes were weary, Penn gazed around at all the people in the valley whose lives she had spared. That done, Penn was ready now to sleep, as her twin did. But a commotion nearby kept her drowsy eyes from closing."

You lost 1x A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 35.

Gained 525k experience!

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "A small boy, shouting and crying, broke free from the clutches of several Protectors of the Realm who sought to restrain him, and was running towards Penn. How strange, she thought as he drew closer, that there was no hatred on his tear streaked face, nor fear of her, as Penn would have expected. What then, she wondered, did the distressed child want?"

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "He knelt down next to her on the ground, and Penn understood that it was Riona who the small boy sought. He reached out his hand, then shyly looked at Penn, as if asking her permission first before touching her sister. Though she found she could not move her head to nod, Penn was still able to smile at the boy, which she did, warmly and reassuringly. As she watched him tenderly hold Riona's hand in his own, his face so solemn and kind, Penn was infinitely grateful to this strange Ardent boy for giving her last few moments in the world a sense of contentment that she had not thought possible."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "The boy soon released Riona's hand. Much to her surprise, it was Penn's hand which he now gently picked up and held in his own. Penn had little strength left, but what few drops remained, she spent now and squeezed the boy's hand in return. And when she did, a jolt ran through Penn."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "So many colors she saw in her mind now, and understood their significance. The dream which had perplexed her for some weeks, of an endless blackness but for a tiny red ring, revealed itself to Penn in its entirety. She grasped its meaning, and knew, too, that she needed to share it with the boy. With this boy. But her voice was ragged and weak, as she was. The boy sensed her need, though, could see that Penn had something vital she wanted to tell him, and, so, leaned his small head down close to hers."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "Penn whispered it into the boy's ear, the beautiful secret which he alone would be the owner of. The child gazed at Penn for some moments, then nodded solemnly at her. Penn closed her eyes, and was pleased that the last sound she was to hear upon departing the world, was that of the Ardent boy softly murmuring a single word. Shaman."

You "Can I help you find another chapter?"

Kahn: "The next chapter is the thirty-sixth chapter, which contains 6 pages. Find the pages, assemble the chapter, then return to it to me.

Continued in: A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 36.

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