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A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 37
Details
Level 95
Type Side quest
Location Blight Bay

A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 37 is a Quest in Villagers & Heroes.

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

Prerequisite

NPC

Objectives

  • Assemble the thirty-seventh chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters. I can do this by finding all 7 missing pages and combining them together.
  • Double click on the 37th Chapter 7 Missing Pages.
  • Return to Kahn with the thirty-seventh chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters.

Rewards

  • 27 gold, 90 silver
  • 532k XP

Walkthrough

Dialogue

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

You "I have the thirty-seventh chapter."

Kahn: "The sun beat down on his tired eyes. Or maybe it had just been too long since he had been out of doors. The blaring trumpets and pounding drums of the footmen marching in front of him set his teeth on edge, for it reminded Leo of his grandfather, King Herron. A cruel man. Why did this wretched birthday celebration today have to take place here in the valley of all places, Leo wondered as he eyed the stairs leading up to the pavilion and felt his mind slipping again. Into the past, where doubt lurked."

You lost 1x A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 37.

Gained 532k Elder experience!

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "As images from long ago, too fantastical to be real, of lava bursting forth from the earth and great domes of shining water rising up, cathedral-like, out of the valley, played across Leo's frayed mind, he struggled to separate those things he knew to be true from those imagined. His grandfather's reign of terror, and the sins of Ardent. True. Hadn't Leo devoted his life to undoing those terrible wrongs from the moment he had taken the throne at so young an age?"

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "The boy king, they had called him, though he had been in his teens. His first act had been to officially proclaim his own grandfather a criminal, and to forbid the ongoing seeking of vengeance for King Herron's regicide. He had overturned all of his grandfather's sordid laws, cast them out completely, and enacted new ones of his own, better ones."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "Other acts had followed, so many, in that first decade of Leo's reign. And were those not his best deeds, Leo wondered as he climbed up the steps to the pavilion, the accomplishments he was most proud of? Hadn't he thunderously ended the persecution, and put a stop to the intolerance and hatred of others which had infected Ardent for so long? He had. Why then was it sadness, and not pride, which washed over Leo now."

You "[Continue.]"


Kahn: "As he looked out at all the faces in the valley, the noble warriors and hunters, the virtuous wizards and priests of Ardent, Leo wondered how many of the young men and women out there truly knew about that shameful chapter in their history when so many innocents had been tormented under King Herron. How many of their parents or grandparents had been Protectors of the Realm, or jailers in death camps, or had simply participated in the countless grievous crimes which had been the norm of that day?"

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "He doubted that such stories were passed down or told to the young. Despite his having ensured that history remember it all, that the books and scrolls of Ardent scholars faithfully record every gruesome detail of that terrible time, The Persecution, Leo couldn't help but think as he gazed out now at the youthful cheering spectators that it had all just been hidden away and forgotten, like a dirty little secret."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "Which made him a failure, he decided. Leo had reached the pavilion. Though the old pavilion had been decimated in another era, he stood now where he imagined his grandfather had stood on that long ago day, the fateful one which had shaped Leo's whole life. But doubt, having again wriggled its way into his aged mind, was once more nibbling away on the memories it found there, those which had been made by just a small boy, a child at the time."

You "Can I help you find another chapter?"

Kahn: "The next chapter is the thirty-eigth chapter, which contains 4 pages. Find the pages, assemble the chapter, then return it to me.

Continued in: A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 38.

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