Constance/Dialogue

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Giving the quest The Seamstress[edit | edit source]

Constance

I'm sorry if I insulted you earlier. Your origins were just a bit...startling.

I hear you brave the dangers beyond Lower Crossing. I was wondering if you could help gather some materials.

  1. What do you need?Dialogue advances to section 3.
  2. I take it these are your children?Dialogue advances to section 2.
  3. Goodbye.Dialogue ends.
Constance

No, my children are dead. I left them alone at home while I went off to... visit our neighbor. Captain John found me hiding in the neighbor's cellar like a coward. What kind of mad gods would leave the innocent to be slaughtered while wretches like me are spared? Captain John brought me here, he gave me these children, Jane and Alex, to look after. Caring for them is the only thing that keeps me going.

  1. I'm sorry for your loss.Dialogue ends.
Constance

You see, I was a seamstress before the Grim Dawn. Nothing special, made just enough to get by. But now I see an opportunity to use my trade to make a difference around here.

I would like to sew some new canopies, and maybe some new clothes if there is enough fabric left. Alex and Jane deserve better than this. If you could please gather any fabric you find, the people here would be grateful. The Waterfront in Burrwitch would be a good place to start looking.

  1. I will get the fabric.The player gets the quest The Seamstress. Dialogue ends.
  2. I have more important matters to attend to.Dialogue ends.

The Seamstress, not yet finished[edit | edit source]

Constance

Any luck out there?

  1. Where should I be looking again?Dialogue advances to section 2.
  2. I take it these are your children?Dialogue advances to section 3.
  3. Still searching.Dialogue ends.
Constance

The Waterfront in Burrwitch is where I would look. The docks received regular shipments of goods before the Grim Dawn. Hopefully there is some fabric left behind in the wreckage.

  1. I'll head to Burrwitch now.Dialogue ends.
Constance

No, my children are dead. I left them alone at home while I went off to... visit our neighbor. Captain John found me hiding in the neighbor's cellar like a coward. What kind of mad gods would leave the innocent to be slaughtered while wretches like me are spared? Captain John brought me here, he gave me these children, Jane and Alex, to look after. Caring for them is the only thing that keeps me going.

  1. I'm sorry for your loss.Dialogue ends.