Quest:A Satchel Full of Secrets

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A Satchel Full of Secrets
Level 97
Type Solo
Starts with Fuirion
Starts at Dínadab
Start Region Lamedon
Map Ref [63.3S, 59.8W]
Ends with Fuirion
Ends at Dínadab
End Region Lamedon
Map Ref [63.3S, 59.8W]
Quest Chain Dínadab
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

You ask Limril if she will give you a moment to speak with Fuirion.

'Yes, I suppose I must, if you think you can get a word out of him. Good luck...'

Background

You have vowed to help Fuirion recover his satchel, which he lost during his adventure afield.

Objective 1

Fuirion is in Gladion's home in Dínadab.

You should speak with Fuirion.

Fuirion: Fuirion's eyes follow Limril out of the room, and when she is out of earshot he takes a deep breath and speaks at last.
'I was hoping to get a word alone with you, stranger. I am in great need of your help. I will tell you what happened to me, but please...please help me. Can you fight?' You assure him that you can.
'I am a farmer, not a warrior, you see, but I have a need for money. I decided to go after a bounty, some bandits in the hills. I thought I could take them, but they overpowered me easily. I took a knife wound before they laughed me out of their sight. It was foolish of me to approach them, for now they have my satchel. There is nothing of value to anyone else, but I need it back. Please, friend... I would give anything to see it back here safe.'
Fuirion begs you to retrieve his satchel from the bandits who stabbed him

Objective 2

  • Find and reclaim Fuirion's satchel

The bandit encampment is west of Dínadab in northern Lamedon.

You should head to the bandit encampment to find Fuirion's satchel and return it to him.

NOTE: You must complete the quest "The Letter" to advance.

Objective 3

  • Return the satchel to Fuirion

Fuirion is in Gladion's home in Díndab.

You should bring the satchel back to Fuirion so that he may decide what to do with this dangerous information.

Fuirion: As you hand Fuirion his satchel, you gently tell him that you have accidentally learned of its contents.
'The letter! Burn it, burn it. I should never have put my feelings to words. That was too close. She or Gladion could have discovered it if those brigands had chosen to make mischief with it.'