The Prisoner of Jathsogur [Quest]

Faction: Aldmeri Dominion
Province: Valenwood
Location: Malabal Tor
Required Level: 35
Reward:

Text of the Quest:

The Drublog clan of Wood Orcs captured . I need to infiltrate Jathsogur and do whatevers necessary to free him. According to s Psijic projection, two of his retinue were captured as well and may be able to help me, but I need to find and free them first.


The Silvenar: At last. I'd begun to give up hope. Are you a friend to the Bosmer? I cannot see you clearly .... Who are you?
Hero: The Green Lady sent me, Indaenir.
The Silvenar: At last. I'd begun to give up hope. Are you a friend to the Bosmer? I cannot see you clearly .... Who are you?
Hero: I'll try to help you.
The Silvenar: Thank you. The gods know I could use your help. It's taking all my energy to maintain this projection. The Drublog captured me and my traveling companions. They're holding us prisoner in Jathsogur.
Hero: How can I help?
The Silvenar: I need you to rescue my advisors. They can tell you more about the attack and perhaps help you free me from my prison. I'm being weakened by some powerful magic. They won't be much use to you as fighters, but they're very clever.
Hero: I'll free them and we'll do our best to rescue you.
The Silvenar: My advisors are my confidantes, my bodyguards—they fill multiple roles. We were en route to my wedding with the Green Lady. When the Drublog attacked, they were slain or taken. Two survived: Raen and Sariel.
Hero: Who is Raen?
The Silvenar: A warrior. He's my military advisor and a bodyguard. He fought hard during the ambush, but was overwhelmed. If you free him, he can advise you how to battle the Drublog, but I fear he was severely wounded and may not be able to fight.
Hero: Who is Sariel?
The Silvenar: The youngest of my advisors. Ambassador Sariel's visions give guidance when those twice her age see no clear path. She could help you find out how to free me.
Hero: How were you taken?
The Silvenar: The Drublog used a foul spell to trap me; I've never encountered it before. That same energy prevents anything beyond this Psijic contact. I can't escape without your help.
Hero: Who is Sariel?
The Silvenar: The youngest of my advisors. Ambassador Sariel's visions give guidance when those twice her age see no clear path. She could help you find out how to free me.
Hero: How were you taken?
The Silvenar: The Drublog used a foul spell to trap me; I've never encountered it before. That same energy prevents anything beyond this Psijic contact. I can't escape without your help.
Hero: Who is Raen?
The Silvenar: A warrior. He's my military advisor and a bodyguard. He fought hard during the ambush, but was overwhelmed. If you free him, he can advise you how to battle the Drublog, but I fear he was severely wounded and may not be able to fight.
Hero: How were you taken?
The Silvenar: The Drublog used a foul spell to trap me; I've never encountered it before. That same energy prevents anything beyond this Psijic contact. I can't escape without your help.
Hero: Why did the Drublog kidnap you?
The Silvenar: As the Silvenar, I'm the manifestation of the spiritual strength within every Bosmer. But I must join with the Green Lady before my role can be fulfilled. The Drublog attacked my retinue on our way to this ritual. We had no time to ask them why.
Hero: How were you taken?
The Silvenar: The Drublog used a foul spell to trap me; I've never encountered it before. That same energy prevents anything beyond this Psijic contact. I can't escape without your help.
Hero: Why did the Drublog kidnap you? Goodbye.
The Silvenar: The Drublog used a foul spell to trap me; I've never encountered it before. That same energy prevents anything beyond this Psijic contact. I can't escape without your help.


Ambassador Raen: The Silvenar! Where is he? Have you seen him?
Hero: Yes and no. He sent me to free you. Goodbye.
Ambassador Raen: Thank Y'ffre, he's alive then! We could've beat the Drublog ambushers, but they brought in a creature. Huge. Ugly. Nothing we did hurt it.
Hero: What did they do to the Silvenar?
Ambassador Raen: i couldn't say. I fought back, but the Drublog warriors hit me over the head. Everything went blurry and I woke up here with Sariel. Perhaps she saw more.
Hero: All right. You're coming with me.


Ambassador Sariel: Please, don't worry about me. You must rescue the Silvenar!
Hero: The Silvenar sent me to rescue you first.
Ambassador Sariel: He did? You've seen the Silvenar? Praise Y'ffre! They attacked us on the road. Raen fought the Drublog ambushers, but they knocked him out cold. I was no help, but I saw everything.
Hero: What did you see? Goodbye.
Ambassador Sariel: A Drublog shaman chanted words from a ritual book, and energy flowed from the Silvenar into these giant crystals. The shaman kept chanting as they carried the Silvenar away, but we were separated from him. Please, we have to get that book and stop the ritual!
Hero: Come with me. We're going to get that ritual book.


Ambassador Sariel: That's it! The Ritual of Unbinding! Be careful. The Drublog used it when they attacked us. The Silvenar weakened when the shaman read from it.
Hero: So what do we do with it?
Ambassador Sariel: We keep it out of their hands! And now we've got to find the runestone, too. The shaman used it and the book together.
Hero: What runestone?
Ambassador Sariel: It's a ritual focus. The Drublog used it against the Silvenar. Remember I said they drained his energy into crystals? The runestone is the conduit. With it, we can reverse the ritual and give back the energy!
Hero: Where can we find the runestone?
Ambassador Sariel: There are two Daedric shrines within Jathsogur. We found the book at this one, so I bet the runestone is at the other. The second shrine is on the other side of their fortress. They wouldn't want to make it easy for anyone to recover both items.


Ambassador Raen: We need to take the book and the stone somewhere safe so you can examine them.
Hero: Any suggestions? Goodbye.
Ambassador Raen: We can't stay out in the open, and the longhouse we were being held in is probably teeming with Drublog. There was another longhouse south of that one. Maybe we could try going there?


Ambassador Raen: According to Sariel, that book says the price of saving the Silvenar is one of our lives. Good! We should pay for our failure.
Hero: One of us must die? Why? Goodbye.
Ambassador Raen: it's a hard choice, but a simple one. It's my duty to die protecting the Silvenar. I failed once, so badly I can't fight anymore. The Silvenar needs advisors like Sariel.
Hero: I may need help getting the Silvenar out of here. Goodbye.
Ambassador Raen: i was so helpful till now. No, I've seen you fight. If anyone can get the Silvenar out of here, it's you. And Sariel. She's young, but wise. The Silvenar needs such advisors, not near-dead warriors. Sacrifice me.
Hero: You've given me much to think about. Thanks.


Ambassador Sariel: i understand what needs to be done. Read the book. One of us must die to save the Silvenar. Frankly, that's a lower price than I expected.
Hero: One of us must die? Why? Goodbye.
Ambassador Sariel: Daedric rituals often come at such a cost. Obviously, I should be sacrificed. I'm the weakest of us. When the Drublog attacked, Raen fought back while I was captured straight off. I'm an advisor, not a warrior. The Silvenar needs warriors.
Hero: I can fight. The Silvenar needs good advice. Goodbye.
Ambassador Sariel: If you think I'm a good advisor, listen: freeing the Silvenar won't be enough. His power's drained. The Drublog guarding him won't just let him walk out. Raen can help you. Use the runestone on me.
Hero: I'll consider your words. Thank you.
Ambassador Sariel: By the Pact, that was horrible! I could feel his spirit energy draining away! I can't believe you chose to sacrifice Raen, but I won't waste his gift. I'll do whatever I can to rescue the Silvenar and help you.
Hero: It had to be done. Now what do we need to do? Goodbye.
Ambassador Sariel: Earlier, when we were running through the compound, I noticed four rays of light coming from the towers surrounding the main building. I think those are coming from the binding stones. We need to disrupt them to stop the ritual.
Hero: Then I'll go to those towers. What do I do when I get there? Goodbye.
Ambassador Sariel: The runestone. When Raen ... was sacrificed, it changed into a rune key. If you invoke its power against the binding stones, you'll sever their connection to the ritual. Sever all four and the energy drain will cease. The Silvenar will be free, but weak.
Hero: Is there anything more you can do to help? Goodbye.
Ambassador Sariel: I can use my visions to get out of Jathsogur, so you don't have to worry about me. I've also recovered enough energy to invoke my spirit totem. It will follow you until you leave Jathsogur, aiding you as it can.
Hero: How will this totem spirit help me?
Ambassador Sariel: My totem spirit will fight, but it is most useful in that it can heal your wounds. Just stay close to it and the energy it manifests will help you recover in battle. I wish I could do more to honor Raen's sacrifice.
Hero: Thank you. I will see you outside Jathsogur.


The Silvenar: It's good to finally see you with my own eyes. Thank you for rescuing me, but our trials are not over. The binding stones affected my connection to the Bosmer. I must get back everything they took from me.
Hero: How do we do that? Goodbye.
The Silvenar: Give me time. The Drublog and the Houndsmen can't have missed your disruption of the binding stones. They'll be here soon, driven by Chief Nagoth. Keep them back while I regain the energy they stole from me. Only then can we leave.
Hero: I'm ready. Let them come.


The Silvenar: The Houndsmen and the Drublog, working together to destroy my connection to the land! I can't believe it. Thankfully, you saved me.
Hero: Let's get you someplace safer. Goodbye.
The Silvenar: I agree. I've recovered sufficient magicka to create a portal out of Jathsogur. Are you ready to go?
Hero: Create the portal.
The Silvenar: After I teleport out, I'll leave the portal open as long as I can. We'll meet again outside, beyond the reach of the Drublog. Don't wait too long; the portal won't stay up forever. And I wouldn't be surprised if more Drublog show up down here soon.
Hero: I'm ready. I'll meet you outside.


The Silvenar: Events are spiraling out of control, and as the spinners say, we've "left the story." Without you, neither I nor my ambassador would've gotten out of Jathsogur.
Hero: Be careful on the road.
The Silvenar: I will be. It seems I can only trust you and my last ambassador. I must get to the town of Silvenar, and the Green Lady, quickly. As soon as my magicka returns, we'll be on our way.
Hero: Complete Quest.

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