Siranto, the Shogun of Ardoris, told me that he believes his enstranged wife Khasi, conspired withthe undead attacking Ardoris to negotiota a separate peace. He bade me speak to Min Liang Tan, the Minister of the Lotus within Ardoris’s central district, and after the Empress Ring which served as the token of this treachery.
Tanya Cumpston, a young mother that I met at the Ardoris market has asked that I try to find out who killed her son.
It sounds like Dralius, the bartender at the Tavern of the South Wind, might be abusing his relationship with Shaaria Barista. I should talk to Emma the Barmaid and Farrokh the Bard and hear what they have to say. I’ll propably find them at the Tavern of the South Wind.
I was given a packet of mail to deliver to thetown crier in Desolis, in return for a bit of gold.
A priestess mentioned that you might come — as you have already visited the Lord Protector Siranto! Only those people who are gifted are privileged to know the password phrase may be admitted to the priestess.
Martin, the leader of a group of students of virtue that i discovered in Ardoris, is asking for help in finding books for his students. If I can find all twelve books, four for each virtue, and give them to the students, they will give me each one third of a statue representing the virtues. […]
Siranto, the Shogun of Ardoris, charged me with speaking with Minister Pintar on finding a way to stop the undead menacing the city.
Lisel, the technician who maintains the Moon Towers of Ardoris, offered me a reward for any silver ore I bring back to her. I should be able to find silver ore through mining any mineral deposit within the vale, though it can be rare.
Cai Lau, the guildmaster in Ardoris, asked me to speak to her brother Sheng Lau about her concern for his safety.
I went to Ardoris and spoke to Digit, the verbose magic storekeeper located on the Ardoris waterfront, offered to pay me 60 gold per ectoplasmic residue that I find and bring back to him.