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A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 40
Level 95
Type Side quest
Location Blight Bay

A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 40 is a Quest in Villagers & Heroes.

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




  • Assemble the thirty-ninth 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 40th Chapter 7 Missing Pages.
  • Return to Kahn with the fortieth chapter of a Tale of Two Sisters.


  • 95 gold, 31 silver
  • 1,9 m XP
  • Water Elemental Companion (Toy)


  • Talk to Kahn, he has a side quest for you.
  • Keep killing the mobs on Blighted Isles - they drop theChapter 40 Missing Pages.
  • This was the final chapter.


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

You "I have the fortieth chapter."

Kahn: "Leo felt it then, a gentle tug, a pull, of something tucked far away in the back of his mind slowly freeing itself from amidst the clutter, and moving up to the surface where he could see it more clearly. He looked at it. And it seemed to Leo that neither time, nor his own imagination, had ravaged the memory in front of him as he had tormented himself into believing for so long."

You lost 1x A Tale of Two Sisters, Chapter 40.

Gained 1,9 m experience!

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "On instinct, Leo stepped suddenly away from his footmen because he wasn't feeble and helpless and they were in the way of what he needed to do. He needed to be a king. With a voice which came out strong and true, and which echoed throughout the valley, Leo spoke to his terrified people. His words thundered with conviction because he believed them."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "And Leo could see Ardent's faith in what he had told them, felt their terror hesitantly subsiding as he commanded them to not be afraid. Don't be frightened when it happens. Just wait. Those were but a few of the whispered words she had poured into his ear, when he had been a small boy on that long ago day, and had held her hand at the end."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "And, so, now Leo waited. He had waited his whole life, had kept the secret with him always. Ardent had trusted him, and was now also waiting, but for what, they did not know. The vast darkness persisted. But Leo knew that foul magic was not at play, nor good magic. This was a phenomenon greater than them all, beyond the control of any. A murmur soon swept across the valley as the first glimmers of light began to trickle in around them."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "The darkness was fading. Leo gazed up at the sky, and watched the night recede. The sea of black glass was gently rippling above him as the soft rays of the sun, bright and glowing, filtered through unhurried, until soon, the world shone with light once more. The eclipse had passed. Leo looked away from the sky, and out at the valley. It was just as she had said, and it took his breath away."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "Vibrant color now poured into the valley, brilliant shades of golden ambers and dazzling blues streamed down from the surrounding hills and into the valley. People, so many of them, hidden for so long, their powerful armors shining with the colors of earth and water, had at last come forth. The new colors which surged into the valley seemed to enrich the strength of the existing ones, so that Leo felt as if he were gazing at a dynamic collage as he watched the arrivals take their place alongside the warriors and hunters, wizards and priests of Ardent."

You "[Continue.]"

Kahn: "Leo no longer doubted the past, nor feared the future. He felt emboldened and blessed. You will forge a new and better world, and in your lifetime, our people will join yours because of it. Her whispered words to him, all those years ago. Though his hair was silver now and his hands were wrinkled, not soft and small as they had been when he had held hers, the secret Leo had kept for so long had finally come to pass, and at a dire time, most needed. Firmly adjusting the crown on his head as he gazed out at the valley, King Leo smiled. For the Shaman had arrived."

You "Wow, what a story."

Kahn: "Yes, it encourages me so much that you wish to hear our tale. Thank you <Player_Name>, and good luck in your travels."

You "Farewell, Kahn."

Kahn: "Safe journey, <Player_Name>.