|A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 36|
Kahn has asked for my help in reclaiming the thirty-sixth chapter of ‘A Tale of Two Sisters’.
- Assemble the thirty-sixth 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 36th Chapter 6 Missing Pages.
- Return to Kahn with the thirty-sixth chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters.
- 27 gold, 45 silver
- 527,8k XP
- Talk to Kahn, he has a side quest for you.
- Keep killing the mobs on Blighted Isles - they drop the Chapter 36 Missing Pages.
- This ends the quest but keep talking to him to get the follow up quest: A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 37.
Kahn: "I vowed never to return to these rotten Isles, but my Shaman heritage has compelled me."
You "I have the thirty-sixth chapter."
Kahn: "His carriage was almost there. The cheering, rowdy and jubilant, grew louder at his approach, and stirred in him only a sudden desire to flee. He wouldn't of course, but it was nice to briefly indulge in the alluring fantasy of behaving, not like a dignified gentleman well into his autumn years, but like a willful child running away from his expected obligations. Today was his birthday, and all of Ardent wanted to celebrate it, but King Leo did not."
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Kahn: "It wasn't simply that he felt the weariness of his age and the sadness of too many tragedies in his life to want to partake in a day of revelry in his honor, but Leo felt the leaden sense, too, that all of his best deeds, the accomplishments he was most proud of, were long behind him now. But, really, it seemed to Leo most of all that it was just plain wrong to be celebrating a king who was currently failing his realm as miserably as he was."
Kahn: "His carriage had arrived. Leo took a final moment to compose himself. How to wave and smile, he wondered, in these dreadful times when secret villains clad in black masks, had risen once more and sought to destroy the kingdom? Why should his people cheer for a sovereign who, instead of swiftly stamping out the enemy in a decisive show of strength and power, was instead floundering and had not the answer to the threat endangering them all?" Your friend Dawn Chorus has left the game.
Kahn: "Smoothing his imperial robe and adjusting the crown he felt deserved to be sitting atop a worthier head than his own, King Leo stepped out of the royal carriage. He smiled. And waved. And wondered if he looked as hollow and ghoulish as he felt. Leo hoped not. For what was this all for then, this glittering little charade, if not to make the people of Ardent believe that their king was still as strong and true as ever?"
Kahn: "He knew the whispered rumors about him of late that a madness had taken him. Perhaps so, Leo thought. But was he mad, or just broken? There was little difference, he decided, between the two. Leo waved and smiled, and felt like a grotesque puppet, bobbing up and down on frayed strings."
Kahn: "They just needed to catch a glimpse of him, Leo reminded himself as he began the processional march toward the stairs, and then he could retreat back to the gloomy cocoon of his castle chambers and resume brooding alone in the dark. But even there, he was never truly alone because Leo knew they spied on him. The servants. His sister. She had caught him muttering to himself again, old whispered words, so old and faded with time that Leo wondered if he had only ever imagined them to begin with. But if so, then wouldn't that have made his whole life a lie? Stop it, Leo commanded himself, trying to keep the worming madness at bay."
You "Can I help you find another chapter?"
Kahn: "The next chapter is the thirty-seventh chapter, which contains 7 pages. Find the pages, assemble the chapter, then return it to me.
Continued in: A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 37.