Lv28. Banker's Signature
|Give Signed Declaration of Eminent Domain to Thorne.|
Report to: Banker Thorne
Conversation[edit | edit source]
Accepting the Quest[edit | edit source]
- "Most of what I use in my potions comes from Cactakara Forest. Every year, around this time, the folks who normally collect herbs are all agog over that robot competition they have."
- "You should visit them sometime. The Dwarves out in Cactakara Forest are real wizards with machines. I've heard they can even convert plant energy into mechanical energy - that's wild!"
- You nod and take back the paper from Eve, noticing that there are still some blank lines awaiting signatures.
- You should take this to the bank now, to make it official. That'd be Thorne you need to speak to - he's in the south of the square, and I'm sure seeing this will fire up his curiosity.
In Progress[edit | edit source]
- "Hmm... Even from the back, I can tell that's the guy. Now... Do I ask the guards for help, or catch him myself?" Thorne ponders aloud, before taking notice of your presence.
- "Eh? What do you want? If you're not here on business, just let me focus. If it's important... Well, you'll have to prove it."
- You reach for the Declaration of Eminent Domain, but find that it's missing! You should hurry back to Eve, and see if she still has it.
Completing the Quest[edit | edit source]
- You hand the document, now with many merchants' signatures, to Thorne.
- "Alright, let me see what you've got." Thorne takes the document from you and he begins to quickly scan the papers, a frown slowly forming on his face.
- "Well, you weren't kidding about it being an important matter. I'll have to make it a top priority for the moment, to ensure the city's merchants have no trouble in funding their shipments. I guess it's that swindler's lucky day..."
- You ask Thorne what happened, wondering if you might be able to lend a hand.
- "You're on commission from the Guard Officer, correct? Maybe you can help me catch a thief. They made a clean getaway with a valuable deposit, and now I don't know how to break it to the client."
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