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Andrilion: Whatever it is, I didn't do it.
Hero: What are you doing out here?
Andrilion: Who knows? Neramo, I guess, but not me. I'm only here on Bhosek's orders, to make sure the Elf does his job. I never agreed to dig around in the sand for mad Dwarf toys.
Hero: What if I wanted to help?
Andrilion: Be my guest. Go talk to Neramo. I'm sure he'll be delighted to offload more of his task onto someone else.
Hero: I'll find him.
Neramo: Miraculous. To think that the Dwemer of old Volenfell settled as far as Stros M'Kai! My brother and I have scoured the ruin's exterior for some time now, but we have never been able to get inside.
Hero: Why do you want to get inside?
Neramo: Several reasons. One is that Headman Bhosek commissioned me to explore the ruins. A fascinating aspect of Dwemer ruins are the ancient mechanisms to be found inside. Bhosek thinks to use them in Port Hunding. I need to get inside to investigate.
Hero: Perhaps I can help.
Neramo: An excellent suggestion. I believe this automaton can unseal the door, if it can be reassembled and controlled. I have its control rod but two focusing crystals seem to be missing. Find them and I'll do the rest.
Neramo: I've reassembled the spider, but I must be able to control it. That reminds me—did you find the crystals?
Hero: Yes, I have them right here.
Neramo: Splendid. Now, I just insert them into the rod like so. By the way, I hope you can destroy this mechanism if it attacks us.
Neramo: As you see, Headman Bhosek's trust in my skills was not misplaced. Nor was my faith in your prowess. Will you assist me on another task?
Hero: What do you need?
Neramo: Despite the age of these ruins, I suspect the usual defenses are in place. As I am averse to danger, would you explore the ruins to locate any Dwemer generators inside?
Hero: Generator? What's a generator?
Neramo: Oh. I suppose I'm the only one who calls them that. "Independently Apportioning Dynamo Core" is a mouthful, but the Dwemer built them to last for generations. I say "generators" to honor their enduring nature.
Hero: What do I do if I find them?
Neramo: This control rod will keep our new friend loyal to you. I suspect the generators have been damaged over the years. You'll need to escort the spider to each and bid it to repair them.
Neramo: Excellent work. Bthzark breathes again! Now for a personal project. How would you like to earn a little more coin?
Hero: I'm listening.
Neramo: As you see, we are not the first to enter Bthzark. In truth, I accepted Bhosek's request to explore these ruins only because they contain something I want, something I believe others died trying to obtain.
Hero: What's that?
Neramo: Knowledge is the greatest treasure. The Dwemer guarded their secrets as a king protects his gold. In Bthzark, the Dwemer hid a set of schematics, mechanical drawings that I greatly desire to possess.
Hero: And you need my help to find them.
Neramo: An easy task. Those earlier explorers likely retrieved them, only to find themselves sealed inside Bthzark through some treachery. Their misfortune is my—our—gain. We must find where they perished.
Hero: Fine. Let's go.
Neramo: There may be more constructs waiting on the other side of this door. You go first.
Neramo: Ah, there you are! I was just coming to, er, help you. I hope you found what we were looking for?
Hero: As promised, I have your drawings.
Neramo: The schematics are mine at last! Splendid. This places me in your debt. What would you ask of me in return?
Hero: Help Captain Kaleen with the heist she's planning.
Neramo: I hear Kaleen intends to head toward the isle of Betnikh. The ruins there greatly interest me. But first, I will assist you in this heist.
Hero: Complete Quest.
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