Fire at the refugee camp


A quest in Shroud of the Avatar, given by Raymond at Soltown. This quest gives you 7500 experience & nothing as a reward and has 9 comments.


One of the Solace Bridge survivors, a surly man named Raymond, claims that someone from Soltown tried to set fire to the refugee’s wagons. He wants me to find out who did it and make sure it doesn’t happen again.

“Raymod told me that someone from Soltown had set a fire to try to chase away the refugees. I should talk to the other refugees and ask around town about this.”

Well, the simplest thing to do is question others at the refugee camp. I spoke to all of them, but only Jeanne could give more clues about the “fire”.

“I spoke to Jeanne about what she saw the night of the fore, and she told me that the next day, she found a strip of dark red cloth that looked like it could have been ripped off the person who set fire as they ran off towards town.”

I went to centre of Soltown and talked with everbody there. I went to an Inn, where I learned how to /sing from a bard and had few pints and talked with Japeth and Emma, but that is another story…

I talked to Martin the Merchant and he showed his true colours in the discussion when I asked about “refugees”.

“Martin clearly despises the Solace Bridge refugees and his fearmongering may have led to the attack on the camp. “

I asked nonchalantly about the “red cloth” that Jeanne talked about.

“Martin told me he sold a young guard named Harry his last bolt of dark red cloth. It also sounds like he gave him a discount on it as “payment” for keeping a close eye on the Solace Bridge refugees.”

I know Harry, he is one of the guards in Soltown. I knew where he was and went to him and asked him about the “red cloth” and then blatantly “accused” him of the fire. He broke and told me everything.

“Harry, the guard, admitted to starting the fire at Martin’s urging. He feels very guilty about it, and asked me not to tell his superior, Stanley.”

Now I have a decision to make; either I can tell Stanley, Martin’s superior officer, or I can go to Raymond directly, or I can leave things as they are.

I decided to tell Stanley the Guard the truth about the foolishness of his guard. I told “Harry lit the fire”.

“I decided to tell Stanley the Guard the truth about Harry’s involvement in the fire at the refugee camp. Even though it will mean Harry will eventually lose his job, Stanley needs guards he can trust to act with virtue.”

 

9 Responses to “Fire at the refugee camp”

  1. Reward seems dependent on choice you make. I told Raymond it was Martin and got 7500 XP.

    By John J at July 30th, 2016, 17:17
  2. I chose to tell Raymond it was Harry. He said not to speak of it again… 7500XP. The items still remain in my Journal. I am not certain if there is more or not.

    By William at July 31st, 2016, 20:28
  3. That’s the end of it. Should be a fix for it next patch. Also, the tanner will give you a clue pointing you in Martin’s direction.

    By Lum at August 2nd, 2016, 22:26
  4. I went to Stanley and he does not comprehend what I say, suggestions?

    By Sam at August 11th, 2016, 18:43
  5. Have you done everything prior to telling the truth either to Stanley or Martin?

    By Beolthain at August 11th, 2016, 19:02
  6. I spoke to Stanly after I spoke to Martin. The quest has now disappeared from my journal.

    By Stefan at August 22nd, 2016, 13:35
  7. I told Stanly it was Martin who was responsible. No reward. 🙁
    (R37)

    By Angacarac at January 13th, 2017, 23:16
  8. I told Stanley it was Martin. No Reward (R37)

    By Angacarac at January 13th, 2017, 23:17
  9. I told Raymond that it was Harry and received nothing as a reward. (R37)

    By Lachdannan at January 19th, 2017, 04:10

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