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The battle for Velyn Harbor continues. With a little luck and a lot of effort, the Redguard invaders and Drublog Wood Orcs can be driven from the town. Chief Makhug killed Lieutenant Ehran. I should find him in the town hall and avenge the lieutenants death.
Sergeant Linaarie: Lieutenant Ehran's gone. Damn idealistic bastard ... I tried to protect him, but he wouldn't let me. Look, we've got to do what he asked. We must free Velyn Harbor. But do something for me first. Kill the bastard that killed him.
Hero: You know which Drublog killed him? Goodbye.
Sergeant Linaarie: Chief Makhug, the leader of the Drublog. I didn't realize what he'd done until I got in here. When it was too late .... I bet he's in the town hall—the big, unburnt building behind this one.
Hero: All right. I'll find him. Goodbye.
Sergeant Linaarie: Much as I want that bastard's blood on my sword, I can't. I told the lieutenant I'd protect the civilians. I'll start moving the militia toward the warehouse district. Meet me at the bridge when Chief Makhug is dead.
Hero: I'll take care of it. See you at the bridge.
Sergeant Linaarie: Once you kill the Drublog's leader, I hope those Ores lose interest in the town. Curse it! Lieutenant Ehran was a good leader, and dedicated to the Dominion, if a bit hot-tempered. I'll do my best to keep things together, but it'll be hard without him.
Hero: [Persuade] You can't blame yourself for his death. Are you all right? How are you feeling?
Sergeant Linaarie: Tired. Angry. Sad. I want to kill every Drublog and Redguard in Velyn Harbor! Lieutenant Ehran was ten times the leader the captain was! He didn't deserve to die. You know, I bet the Drublog are only in this for pay. They'll quit when they see we aren't easy marks.
Hero: What if the Drublog don't quit? Goodbye.
Sergeant Linaarie: Then we'll fight until they leave, or help arrives. The Queen will send an army to protect the Silvenar and Green Lady once she hears what's happened in Velyn Harbor. So I fight. And I'll keep fighting, no matter what.
Hero: You respect your captain less than Lieutenant Ehran did. Why is that?
Sergeant Linaarie: i don't feel the same way about the captain as the lieutenant does ... did. Captain Cularalda was always a bit of a martinet, which isn't bad in and of itself, but I never thought she has what it takes to lead troops into battle.
Hero: What do you mean? Goodbye.
Sergeant Linaarie: Nothing ... everything. I don't know. It's just a feeling I have. Despite what the lieutenant says ... said ... I think the Ra Gada landed very easily. We should've had some warning. Anyway, nothing we can do about it now.
Captain Cularalda: This is outrageous! I am a captain of the Fists of Thalmor! By what authority does a mere sergeant keep me detained? When my superiors hear what happened this day, Sergeant Linaarie will be court-martialed!
Hero: What happened?
Captain Cularalda: We were inspecting ships when a sentry cried out "sail ho!" or something equally meaningless. It didn't make any sense. After all, we expected a ship! I told the men to stay at attention.
Hero: Did you raise an alarm? Goodbye.
Captain Cularalda: And look like fools in front of the Green Lady? Of course I didn't sound the alarm! When the enemy attacked, I immediately saw we'd be overwhelmed. I organized a retreat and hid until reinforcements arrived.
Hero: Why did you hide? Why not fight back?
Captain Cularalda: How dare you? I did what I had to do to save my command! The lieutenant's sacrifice was ... unfortunate. If he'd waited, I'm sure the raiders would have taken what they could and left Velyn Harbor more or less intact. He died for nothing.
Hero: I've heard enough. Goodbye.
Sergeant Linaarie: The captain's men are as disgusted with her as I am. With the townsfolk willing to testify against her, the Fists of Thalmor will have no choice but to cashier her. She'll be locked up until we receive word from Elden Root.
Hero: What will you do next? Goodbye.
Sergeant Linaarie: My job. We were sent here to escort the Green Lady, but the town's defenses will need a bit of work first. I'm sure our paths will cross again someday.
Hero: Complete Quest.
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