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"Delitian is a hard-ass, but he's fair."
Diradeni Farano[src]

Tienius Delitian is an Imperial and the Captain of the Royal Guard in Mournhold. He can be found in the Throne Room of the Royal Palace.

BackgroundEdit

Before Tienius Delitian became the Captain of the Royal Guard in Mournhold, he was with Helseth Hlaalu in Wayrest. Tienius followed Helseth to Mournhold, where he became King.[1] As he himself states, Tienius Delitian has influence with the King and knows much about what is happening in the city.

PersonalityEdit

Most of Tienius Delitian's subordinates speak well of him, saying that he is hard, but fair, and knows what he is doing. He seems to uphold the law, as he does not attack even if he knows that the Nerevarine has killed a Royal Guard, but instead states that the matter is to be resolved according to the law.

Tienius Delitian stays reserved towards the Nerevarine and subtly threatens them whenever they refuse to follow his orders, stating for example that "it is much safer if the king considers you a loyal friend". He stays polite all the time, but does not accept disobedience.

InteractionsEdit

Hunt the Dark BrotherhoodEdit

During this first quest of The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal, the Nerevarine is eventually attacked in his sleep by an Dark Brotherhood assassin. The investigation after this unprovoked attack leads them to Mournhold and finally to the Dark Brotherhood's hideout in Old Mournhold. If A Dark Brotherhood Contract found on their leader Dandras Vules is shown to a member of the Royal Guard and not a High Ordinator or a Hands of Almalexia, the Nerevarine is sent to Tienius Delitian, who will then suggest that they help him with some official matter. He will also confirm that King Helseth himself has payed the Brotherhood to assassinate them.

Speak to the PeopleEdit

A Temple InformantEdit

Disloyalty Among the GuardsEdit

Evidence of ConspiracyEdit

Muckraking JournalistEdit

Queen BarenziahEdit

An Attack on MournholdEdit

InventoryEdit

ConversationsEdit

General DialogueEdit

Show: General Dialogue.

Greeting "[He looks you over slowly and deliberately.] Excuse me." Goodbye

Greeting "[He seems amused, but determined not to speak to you.] I said... EXCUSE ME." Goodbye

Greeting (after killing Dandras Vules during the quest "Hunt the Dark Brotherhood") "I'm the captain of King Helseth's Royal Guards. Is this an official matter? Or is there something else you want?"

Greeting "Yes, [PC Name]. Is this an official matter? Or is there something else you want?"
Almalexia "The goddess over in the Temple. She's surrounded by her Hands. Tough fighters from what I hear."
Barenziah "Yes, the Queen Mother. Have you spoken with her? You'll usually find her in her chambers here in the palace. An interesting woman. Has the same keen intellect as her son, the king."
Barenziah (if she is dead) "Barenziah was found dead. The murderer will be brought to justice."
Dark Brotherhood "You wish to know who sent the assassins to kill you in your sleep? A reasonable desire. I won't deny my knowledge of it, but I believe it is more important now to speak about an official matter."
Fedris Hler "Hler is the goddess's lapdog. She snaps, he barks."
Fedris Hler (if he is dead) "Someone killed Hler, from what I hear. Can't say I'm surprised."
Gavas Drin "The priest? He's head of the Temple here in Mournhold. Never understood anyone who was that religious, myself. I've heard he's powerful, though, and he has Almalexia's ear."
Gavas Drin (if he is dead) "My sources tell me someone did the priest in. I guess even priests feel the bite of good steel."
Helseth "King Hlaalu Helseth is the Duke of Mournhold, ruler of all Morrowind. You would do well to show him respect."
High Ordinators "Fine warriors and religious zealouts. A nasty combination. Take care around them."
Royal Guard "I am the leader of the Royal Guards. We live to protect King Helseth. Only the strongest and most loyal were picked by our king to serve. Any who would threaten the monarchy will be dealth with severely."
Talen Vandas "I knew the man by reputation only. Sounds like he was a good man, but wasn't careful. It's a shame, but it's a dangerous world."
Tienius Delitian "I am Delitian. What do you need?"

Greeting (after killing one of the Royal Guard members) "Your killing of one of my Royal Guards is a matter to be resolved according to the law. But regardless of the law, I refuse to have anything further to do with you."

Concerning the quest "Speak to the People"Edit

Show: Quest Dialogue.

official matters "[PC Name]. Yes, I know your name. And I'm Tienius Delitian, Captain of King Helseth's Royal Guards. I have influence with King Helseth. And King Helseth is known for rewarding his friends. I have an official matter you might be able to help me with."

"I'm not interested." "I see. Then we haven't much to talk about. If you change your mind, I'll be here." Goodbye
"Show him evidence Helseth tried to have you killed." (after finding A Dark Brotherhood Contract) "I won't pretend I don't know about this. Of course, I'll deny it publicly. But don't take it personally. You appeared to present a threat to King Helseth. Perhaps mistakes were made. But you can prove they were mistakes, if you can prove your loyalty to King Helseth. So. Are you interested in helping me with my problem?"
"Tell me more." "There are rumors among the people about King Llethan's death. Rumors that Athyn Llethan did not die a natural death. There's no truth to them, of course. Speak to the people about King Llethan's death. You are not known to them as my representative, and they may be more candid with you. Let me know if you find the source of these rumors."
"Ask whether Athyn Llethan died a natural death." "That's a silly question. I don't like silly questions."
"I'm not interested."" "I see. Then we haven't much to talk about. If you change your mind, I'll be here." Goodbye
"I'll take care of it." "Good. Report to me when you've learned the source of the rumors about King Llethan's death."
"I'll take care of it." "Good. Report to me when you've learned the source of the rumors about King Llethan's death."
Dark Brotherhood "There's no more to say about that at the moment. Let us speak of other things."
King Llethan's Death "Let me know when you've learned the source of the rumors about King Llethan's death."
King Llethan's Death (after speaking to people and/or Ravani Llethan about it) "So. According to a broadside sheet called 'The Common Tongue', King Helseth poisoned many people in the West, so maybe he poisoned Athyn Llethan. Very interesting. I'd like to see a copy of 'The Common Tongue', if you can bring me one. Thank you. You've done well. But now... we lack sources of information in Almalexia's Temple. Could you help me find a Temple informant?"
King Llethan's Death "You've resolved this matter satisfactorily -- though it would be nice to see a copy of "The Common Tongue"."
King Llethan's Death (carrying a copy of The Common Tongue) "Thank you for bringing me this copy of 'The Common Tongue'. I believe this is indeed the source of the rumors. I see no source or evidence for its speculation -- just vague falsehoods. Thank you. Well done. I'll mention your loyal services and exceptional qualities to King Helseth. And I think we might find you further employment. For example, we lack sources of information in Almalexia's Temple. Could you help me find a Temple informant?"
King Llethan's Death (if they brought him The Common Tongue: Irano's copy) "Thank you for bringing me this copy of 'The Common Tongue'. You found it with Irano's belongings? Interesting. This could well be the source of the rumors. I see no source or evidence for its speculation -- just vague falsehoods. Thank you. Well done. I'll mention your loyal services and exceptional qualities to King Helseth. And I think we might find you further employment. For example, we lack sources of information in Almalexia's Temple. Could you help me find a Temple informant?"
King Llethan's Death "You've resolved this matter satisfactorily. But I wish you would help us find a Temple informant."
official matters "Have you learned the source of the rumors about about King Llethan's death?"

Concerning the quest "A Temple Informant"Edit

Show: Quest Dialogue.

Temple informant "We need a source of information inside Almalexia's Temple. There are rumors of discontent in the Temple. Go to Almalexia's Temple. Look for someone discontented. Listen sympathetically. And find out whether the Temple is willing to accept King Helseth -- or whether the Temple plans to act against him."

"I'm not interested." "A pity. King Helseth would be grateful for your help. And a grateful king can be a comfort and protection against those who would do you harm. If you change your mind, I'll be here." Goodbye
"Ask whether King Helseth is a loyal supporter of the Temple." "King Helseth is a faithful member of both the Temple and the Imperial cult. Now -- will you help us find a Temple informant who can tell us whether the Temple is willing to accept King Helseth -- or whether the Temple plans to act against him?"
"Ask whether Lomg Jeösetj os a loyal supporter of the Temple," (very high disposition) "King Helseth joined the Temple when he arrived in Morrowind years ago. But the Temple is the enemy of the Empire, and King Helseth is an Imperial in every sense of the word. Now -- will you help us find a Temple informant who can tell us whether the Temple is willing to accept King Helseth -- or whether the Temple plans to act against him?"
"I'm not interested." "A pity. King Helseth would be grateful for your help. And a grateful king can be a comfort and protection against those who would do you harm. If you change your mind, I'll be here." Goodbye
"I'll take care of it." "Good. Find a Temple informant, then report to me if you find out whether the Temple is willing to accept King Helseth -- or whether the Temple plans to act against him."
"I'll take care of it." "Good. Find a Temple informant, then report to me if you find out whether the Temple is willing to accept King Helseth -- or whether the Temple plans to act against him."
discontent in the Temple "I don't know much about it. I know there's a rebellious group called the Dissident priests who the Temple have cast out and persecuted as heretics. I also know there are Temple members who disagree with some of the actions and policies of the Temple, but who keep silent and work for change from within. If handled skillfully, a discontented member could be a useful informant on Temple affairs."
official orders "Have you discovered a Temple informant?"
Temple informant (after successfully talking to Galsa Andrano) "Have you found a Temple informant who can tell us whether the Temple is willing to accept King Helseth -- or whether the Temple plans to act against him?"
Temple informant (after successfully talking to Galsa Andrano) "Galsa Andrano speaks her mind, and, from what you say, sounds sincere. You handled her well. The Temple seems to recognize that King Helseth will not be content to be a puppet like King Llethan, and plans to act against us. Very good work, [PC Name]. The king will hear of your loyal service. Now you can help us with another matter. King Helseth is concerned about possible disloyalty among the Guards."
discontent in the Temple "You've handled the matter of the Temple informant very well."
King Llethan's death "You've resolved this matter satisfactorily."

Concerning the quest "Disloyalty Among the Guards"Edit

Show: Quest Dialogue.

disloyalty among the Guards "I've replaced many of the former king's guards with more reliable men. But I had to keep some experienced guards, and I can't be certain of their loyalties. I will pretend you wish to join the Royal Guards. That's your excuse for talking to the guards, sounding them out, and looking for evidence of disloyalty. If you find any hint of treason or evidence of disloyalty, report it to me. Take no action. Report to me, and I will judge what action is appropriate."

"I'm not interested." "I see. I hope you'll reconsider. It is much safer if the king considers you a loyal friend."
"Ask about specific guards." (low disposition) "It's YOUR judgement I'm testing, not mine. Talk to them yourself. Form your own conclusions."
"Ask about specific guards." (high disposition) "I'm not certain about any of the former king's guards: Evo Othreloth, Ivulen Irano, and Aleri Aren. None of them are particularly clever. Not stupid enough to admit treason. But perhaps not clever enough to hide evidence of it."
"I'm not interested." "I see. I hope you'll reconsider. It is much safer if the king considers you a loyal friend."
"I'll take care of it." "Good. If you find evidence of disloyalty among the Guards, bring it to me."
"I'll take care of it." "Good. If you find evidence of disloyalty among the Guards, bring it to me."
disloyalty among the Guards "Have you found any evidence of disloyalty among the guards?"
join the Royal Guards "If people ask you questions about your background and qualifications, play the close-mouthed professional -- tell them to mind their own business. But I'll let slip my concerns about you hiding close dealings with House Hlaalu in the past. Only a fool would share confidences with a stranger. But perhaps we are dealing with a fool."
official orders "Have you found any evidence of disloyalty among the Guards?"
disloyalty among the Guards (carrying The Common Tongue: Irano's copy) "Hmm. This copy of 'The Common Tongue' you've found among Irano's things is certainly is a credible source of the rumors concerning King Llethan's death. But not necessarily evidence of disloyalty among the guards. I would hope the Guards would bring such things to my attention. But they are not clever, and they may not realize how foolish it is to listen to idle rumor."
disloyalty among the Guards (after speaking to Ivulen Irano about "King Helseth") "So Ivulen Irano delivered a memorized and not-very-sincere sounding speech about King Helseth. Well, Ivulen Irano is not very bright. It's not necessarily evidence of disloyalty. But follow up on it. There may be more."
disloyalty among the Guards (after speaking to Ivulen Irano and Aleri Aren about "Mention your Hlaalu connections.") "So you spoke to Aleri Aren about your Hlaalu connections, as Ivulen Irano suggested, and Aleri Aren acted like she didn't know what he was talking about. Perhaps you are right. Perhaps Aleri Aren was covering up for Ivulen Irano. See if you can find some more tangible evidence of disloyalty -- something in writing, perhaps. Ivulen Irano seems to be the weak link. Take a careful look at his possessions in the Guard Quarters. But be careful. Don't get caught, or you'll be attacked like a common thief."
disloyalty among the Guards (after finding the Handwritten note) "The handwriting on the note you found is Ivulen Irano's. He notes the watches when Dralen, Aren, and Irano are the only guards in the Throne Room. I believe I'll change the watch schedules to prevent that. And I'll need to keep a close eye on all three. Very shrewd work, [PC Name]. You've brought me clear evidence of disloyalty among the guards. Now I need your help finding evidence of conspiracy against King Helseth among the Hlaalu nobles."
disloyalty among the Guards (if carrying the Handwritten note) "This is Ivulen Irano's handwriting on the note you found. He notes the watches when Dralen, Aren, and Irano are the only guards in the Throne Room. I believe I'll change the watch schedules to prevent that. And I'll need to keep a close eye on all three. Very shrewd work, [PC Name]. You've brought me clear evidence of disloyalty among the guards. Now I need your help finding evidence of conspiracy against King Helseth among the Hlaalu nobles."
disloyalty among the Guards "You've brought me clear evidence of disloyalty among the guards. Now I need your help finding evidence of conspiracy against King Helseth among the Hlaalu nobles."
joim the Royal Guards "Hmm. I doubt someone of your temperment would find the duty interesting. But there's no further need to maintain the pretense."

Concerning the quest "Evidence of Conspiracy"Edit

Show: Quest Dialogue.

evidence of conspiracy "The old king's Hlaalu supporters haven't accepted King Helseth's accession to the Throne with good grace. Maybe they think that another candidate -- a Hlaalu candidate, for example -- would be better. Maybe they have some plan to express such a preference. If so, I doubt they would be candid about it. But maybe you should search Llethan Manor for documents, diaries or other tangible evidence of such plans."

"I'm not interested." "Good. I see. You are not interested now, perhaps. But I feel confident that you will change your mind. I'll be here waiting."
"Ask about Llethan Manor defenses." (low disposition) "If you have to depend on me for such information, you may not be that useful to me."


"Ask about Llethan Manor defenses." (high disposition) "That is a matter for you to study. Only the widow of the dead king, Ravani Llethan, lives at Llethan Manor now. There might be guards. Perhaps you should go to offer your condolences to the widow, and have a look around."
"I'm not interested." "Good. I see. You are not interested now, perhaps. But I feel confident that you will change your mind. I'll be here waiting."
"I'll take care of it." "Good. If you find evidence of conspiracy, bring it to me."
"I'll take care of it." "Good. If you find evidence of conspiracy, bring it to me."
evidence of conspiracy "Have you found evidence of conspiracy against King Helseth by Hlaalu nobles?"
official matters "Have you found evidence of conspiracy against King Helseth by Hlaalu nobles?"
evidence of conspiracy (if they killed all three suspects before talking to Tienius) "You say you've ALREADY executed Forven Berano, Hloggar the Bloody, and Bedal Alen? Hmm. Well. Remarkable how you have anticipated our needs. Well, then..... Congratulations are in order. It is customary to pay the executioner for his services. Here are 3000 gold pieces, with our thanks. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
evidence of conspiracy (if they spoke to all three suspects and let it least one of them alive, giving the the opportunity to flee) "You say you've ALREADY taken care of Forven Berano, Hloggar the Bloody, and Bedal Alen? Hmm. Well, then.... Congratulations are in order. It is customary to pay the executioner for his services. Here are 3000 gold pieces, with our thanks. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
evidence of conspiracy "This letter you've found is very interesting. Forven Berano, Hloggar the Bloody, and Bedal Alen are obviously conspiring to assassinate King Helseth. This is treason, punishable by death. I will immediately draw up writs for their execution. You would do the king a great service if you would execute these traitors."
"I'm not interested." "I think you should be interested. Serving King Helseth is in your best interests. But suit yourself. Speak to me again if you change your mind."
"I'll take care of it." "Excellent. When you've executed the traitors, report back to me."
Bedal Alen "I have no idea where to look. He could be anywhere in the city."
evidence of conspiracy "When you've executed Forven Berano, Hloggar the Bloody, and Bedal Alen, report back to me."
Forven Berano "He's a faithful Temple-going noble. Look for him in or around the Temple."
Hloggar the Bloody "I don't know where to find him. Like a lot of those Nord louts, he may be too cheap to pay for lodgings. Try looking down below in the sewers."
official matter "The evidence of conspiracy is conclusive. When you have executed Forven Berano, Hloggar the Bloody, and Bedal Alen, I'll want a full report."
evidence of conspiracy (after warning all three) "Forven Berano, Hloggar the Bloody, and Bedal Alen have escaped? All three? There must be a leak here at the Palace. Well, you've done the best you could. You have my thanks, and I'll tell King Helseth that you tried. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
Bedal Alen "He's escaped? A pity. But at least he's out of way."
Forven Berano "He's escaped? That's regrettable... but not a serious problem."
Hloggar the Bloody "He's escaped? Unfortunate. But he won't be causing us any more trouble."
evidence of conspiracy (after warning Berano and Hloggar, and killing Alen) "Forven Berano and Hloggar the Bloody have escaped? There must be a leak here at the Palace. Well, at least you got Bedal Alen. It is customary to pay the executioner for his services. Here are 1000 gold pieces, with our thanks. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
Bedal Alen "The world is safer with him out of it."
Forven Berano "He's escaped? That's regrettable... but not a serious problem."
evidence of conspiracy (after warning Alen and Hloggar, and killing Berano) "Bedal Alen and Hloggar the Bloody have escaped? There must be a leak here at the Palace. Well, at least you got Forven Berano. It is customary to pay the executioner for his services. Here are 1000 gold pieces, with our thanks. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
Forven Berano "No one mourns the death of traitors. King Helseth shall learn how well you have served him."
evidence of conspiracy (after warning Alen and Berano, and killing Hloggar) "Bedal Alen and Forven Berano have escaped? There must be a leak here at the Palace. Well, at least you got Hloggar the Bloody. It is customary to pay the executioner for his services. Here are 1000 gold pieces, with our thanks. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
Hloggar the Bloody "He will trouble us no longer."
evidence of conspiracy (after warning Alen, and killing Berano and Hloggar) "Bedal Alen escaped? There must be a leak here at the Palace. Well, at least you got Hloggar the Bloody and Forven Berano. It is customary to pay the executioner for his services. Here are 2000 gold pieces, with our thanks. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
evidence of conspiracy (after warning Hloggar, and killing Berano and Alen) "Hloggar the Bloody escaped? There must be a leak here at the Palace. Well, at least you got Bedal Alen and Forven Berano. It is customary to pay the executioner for his services. Here are 2000 gold pieces, with our thanks. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
evidence of conspiracy (after warning Berano, and killing Hloggar and Alen) "Forven Berano escaped? There must be a leak here at the Palace. Well, at least you got Bedal Alen and Hloggar the Bloody. It is customary to pay the executioner for his services. Here are 2000 gold pieces, with our thanks. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
evidence of conspiracy (after warning Berano, and killing Hloggar and Alen) "You've executed Forven Berano, Hloggar the Bloody, and Bedal Alen? Congratulations. It is customary to pay the executioner for his services. Here are 3000 gold pieces, with our thanks. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
evidence of conspiracy "You've handled this matter."

disloyalty among the Guards "Thank you for assisting me in identifying our risks of disloyalty among the guards."

Concerning the quest "Muckraking Journalist"Edit

Show: Quest Dialogue.

official matter "We're looking for the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."

anonymous writer "We'd like you to find the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue' and persuade him to stop printing such lies about King Helseth. When we make official inquiries, people just look stupid and assure us they have no idea what we are talking about. We think you may have better luck -- particularly if you approach less-reputable citizens -- persons who place profit above honor."
"'Lies'? Helseth IS a poisoner, isn't he?" (low disposition) "What do YOU know about it? Do not let our close association confuse you into thinking I will tolerate disrespectful speech concerning our sovereign."
"'Lies'? Helseth IS a poisoner, isn't he?" (high disposition) "I take your point. King Helseth IS a skilled alchemist and student of bodily processes. But it won't do to have people referring to our sovereign as a common poisoner, will it?*
"I'm not interested." "You pretend that this mission is not to your taste -- perhaps to encourage me to raise the value of my rewards. Such pretenses are foolish. I know you will change your mind and accept this mission. And I'll be here waiting."
"Fine. Then tell me more about this mission." "First we want you to ask around and discover who is writing these lies. Then we want you to find him and persuade him to stop printing lies. The manner of the persuasion is left to your discretion. You WILL be discreet, of course. We don't want to appear to be threatening the time-honored Imperial traditions of encouraging free speech."
"I'm not interested." "You pretend that this mission is not to your taste -- perhaps to encourage me to raise the value of my rewards. Such pretenses are foolish. I know you will change your mind and accept this mission. And I'll be here waiting."
"I'll take care of it." "Good. Report to me when you've found this anonymous writer and made sure that he will never print lies about King Helseth again."
"I'm not interested." "You pretend that this mission is not to your taste -- perhaps to encourage me to raise the value of my rewards. Such pretenses are foolish. I know you will change your mind and accept this mission. And I'll be here waiting."
"Tell me more about this mission." "First we want you to ask around and discover who is writing these lies. Then we want you to find him and persuade him to stop printing lies. The manner of the persuasion is left to your discretion. You WILL be discreet, of course. We don't want to appear to be threatening the time-honored Imperial traditions of encouraging free speech."
"I'm not interested." "You pretend that this mission is not to your taste -- perhaps to encourage me to raise the value of my rewards. Such pretenses are foolish. I know you will change your mind and accept this mission. And I'll be here waiting."
"I'll take care of it." "Good. Report to me when you've found this anonymous writer and made sure that he will never print lies about King Helseth again."
anonymous writer "Have you found the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue' and made sure that he will never print lies about King Helseth again?"
evidence of conspiracy "You've handled this matter. And now I'd like your help finding the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'."
official matter "Have you located the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'?"
The Common Tongue "You're the one who helped us identify 'The Common Tongue' as the source of the unfortunate rumors about King Llethan's death. The vague falsehoods in this broadsheet encourage the people to think King Helseth is a poisoner, and that he poisoned Athyn Llethan. We're looking for the anonymous writer of this broadsheet."
anonymous writer (after giving 3000GoldIcon to Trels Varis) "So. Trels Varis is the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'. And Trels Varis gave you his word that he would not discuss King Helseth in 'The Common Tongue'. And you gave him 3000 gold to contribute to the Widows and Orphans Fund."
"Yes, and I expect 3000 gold to cover my expenses." (low disposition) "Yes. So you give me your word that Trels Varis will keep HIS word? Well. We have placed our trust in your judgement, and I'm sure you will stand guarantee for it. And you shall have your expenses, and rich reward besides. Thank you. There's just one more official matter. Go to Lady Barenziah. She's asked to speak with you."
"Yes, and I expect 3000 gold to cover my expenses." (high disposition) "We place great trust in your judgement. We are very satisfied with your service. You shall have your expenses, and a rich reward and great honor besides. I give you a 'King's Oath' blade -- exactly like those used by the Royal Guard. Only those sworn to the king's service and tested by great trials may use them. They bear deadly curses that kill thieves and traitors. I welcome you into our brotherhood. And there's one last official matter. Go to Lady Barenziah. She's asked to speak with you."
"Yes. A small sacrifice in the service of my king." "We place great trust in your judgement, and we are very satisfied with your service and sentiments. You shall have 3000 gold to cover your expenses, and a rich reward and great honor besides. I give you a 'King's Oath' blade -- exactly like those used by the Royal Guard. Only those sworn to the king's service and tested by great trials may use them. They bear deadly curses that kill thieves and traitors. And there's one last official matter. Go to Lady Barenziah. She's asked to speak with you."
anonymous writer (after threatening Trels Varis' parents) "So Trels Varis is the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'. And you threatened the lives of his aged parents. And Trels Varis gave you his word that he would not discuss King Helseth in 'The Common Tongue'. You show fine judgement, and a light touch. We are very satisfied with your service, and are pleased to give you a rich reward, and great honor besides."
"I give you a 'King's Oath' blade -- exactly like those used by the Royal Guard. Only those sworn to the king's service and tested by great trials may use them. They bear deadly curses that kill thieves and traitors. I salute you, and welcome you into our brotherhood. And there's one last official matter. Go to Lady Barenziah. She's asked to speak with you."
anonymous writer (after killing Trels Varis) "So Trels Varis is the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'. And Trels Varis is dead? Your solution is simple and elegant. We are very satisfied with your service. You have earned our generous reward, and our most sincere expressions of gratitude. There's one more official matter. Go to Lady Barenziah. She's asked to speak with you."
anonymous writer "We are quite satisfied with your service in this matter."
official matter "We are quite satisfied with the way you handled the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'. I haven't anything more for you, but I understand Lady Barenziah would like to speak with you."
official matter (after speaking to Barenziah) "We are quite satisfied with the way you handled the anonymous writer of 'The Common Tongue'. I haven't anything more for you, but perhaps there will be more to discuss later."
The Common Tongue "Thank you for attending to that problem so efficiently."

QuotesEdit

  • "Long live the King."
  • "The King's health to you, sera."
  • "The Nine and the Empire, citizen..."

AppearancesEdit

References

  1. Dialogue with Fedris Hler

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