Murderers and Worse
|Murderers and Worse|
|Given by:||John Bourbon|
An Old Threat
The Warrior Among Rovers
Objectives[edit | edit source]
- Speak with Mornay in Devil's Crossing
- Repair the bridge leading northwest out of Devil's Crossing.
- Kill Edmund " Shanks" Doyle
- Report back to Mornay in Devil's Crossing.
Guide[edit | edit source]
Mornay is with Bourbon in his office. Speak to him and he will suggest you repair the bridge then deal the outlaws massing beyond. He will give you 1000/2000/3000 Iron bits (depending on difficulty) and 3 pieces of Scrap when you accept the quest.
Head out to the bridge to repair it. There will be materials nearby. It will cost you 6 pieces of Scrap and 3000 Iron bits.
Following the road over the bridge will soon lead you to the Arkovian Foothills and an area crawling with outlaws. Edmund will be located behind the barricade. Kill him then return to Mornay.
Rewards[edit | edit source]
|Reputation||+250 (Devil's Crossing)|
Mornay will then offer the next 3 quests:
Quest Log[edit | edit source]
|With the Warden threat dealt with, Captain Bourbon feels it is imperative to reopen the way northwest towards the once thriving farming community that supplied this region. That does not come without a its own problems though. Bandits, former convicts from the prison, are rampant in that region and could pose a serious threat to Devil's Crossing. Mornay has just returned from Old Arkovia and should be able to provide information on their activities and whereabouts.
|Before you can venture out to the Arkovian Foothills to the northwest, the bridge must first be repaired. In order to repair the bridge, you must provide the necessary materials at its construction site.
|With the bridge repaired, you need to enter the Arkovian Foothills and let the outlaws know that Devil's Crossing is not a prize for the taking.
|It is as Mornay feared. The outlaws are mobilizing against Devil's Crossing and it is only a matter of time before they attack. Report back to Mornay in Devil's Crossing to determine your next steps.