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I found a strange glowing amulet on a corpse in the woods. The amulet is clearly magical, but I cant discern its purpose. I should look around the area for clues regarding this persons demise.
Hero: A skeleton hangs here, picked clean by birds. Based on the condition of the rope this individual seems to have died fairly recently. The only object of note on the deceased is a curiously glowing amulet.
Hero: Take the amulet.
Gravestone: "Lesahanar, Beloved of Azabesh." "His laugh filled the forest. Gone, but never forgotten."
Azabesh: What brings you to my husband's grave? I don't think we ever met.
Hero: No. I heard he died suddenly. What happened?
Azabesh: My husband was a guard for a merchant caravan. One day he found a magic amulet on a dead man laying in the road. Almost overnight he became despondent, and when he spoke he would only talk about the bandits he had killed while defending the caravan.
Hero: Was there anything that helped him?
Azabesh: No, nothing worked. I even paid to have the origin of the amulet divined and learned it was crafted in Cormount. Surprisingly my husband volunteered to go, but he was found dead not far from town the next day and the amulet was gone.
Hero: I found the amulet.
Azabesh: If you have the amulet, I suggest you find a way to be rid of it as soon as possible before you lose the will to even try.
Orabess: Hello! Is there anything you might need for your travels? I am always happy to do business with adventurers like yourself.
Hero: Do you know where I can find a jeweler in Cormount?
Orabess: There's really only Rondrin, but he's been retired for a while now.
Rondrin: If you are looking for custom jewelery, you should know I'm retired.
Hero: Did you make this amulet?
Rondrin: My amulet! Tell me, did it do its work? Did the Argonian suffer?
Hero: What Argonian?
Rondrin: The brigand who killed my son! It took all my resources to make that amulet and track him down. You see, I am not a strong or violent man, but I do know my craft. That amulet is my masterpiece.
Hero: How does it work?
Rondrin: It magnifies the guilt of taking a life, slowly overwhelming the wearer with grief until he takes his own life. It's a little bit of poetry, if I do say so myself. Although it's been so long, I was beginning to doubt it worked.
Hero: I didn't find it on an Argonian.
Rondrin: What? That can't be! You're lying. The Argonian sent you, didn't he? He's not dead at all, is he?
Hero: I found this journal near the amulet.
Rondrin: This ... this isn't right. This person obviously did not deserve to die. What have I done? Give me the amulet. I made it impossible to give away, but I created it, so you should be able to give it to me.
Hero: Here, take it.
Rondrin: I thank you for bringing me closure on my son's killer. I know what I have to do now.
Hero: What do you mean?
Rondrin: It's my turn to wear the amulet now. If anyone is guilty, if anyone deserves it, it's me.
Hero: Why would you do that?
Rondrin: I created this abominable object. It's only fitting that I am destroyed by it. It's justice.
Hero: Someone else could pick it up. You should destroy it. [Rondrin lives]
Rondrin: Oh, Gods. How was I so blind? My revenge only brought more pain into the world. I guess death is a poor substitute for justice, after all. You're right. I must end this diseased cycle. I must destroy the amulet.
Hero: All right.
Rondrin: It is done. No one shall ever suffer at the hands of this accursed creation again.
Hero: Are you going to be all right?
Rondrin: No one else should suffer my folly. Thank you, and please take this for your troubles.
Hero: Complete Quest.
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