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Haven, the largest port on the Long Coast, has been taken by a powerful band of pirates! Theres a Khajiiti soldier on the beach of a small island outside of Haven. She may know whats going on.
Talk to Khajiiti Soldier
Captain Jimila: Haven is under pirate attack! Worse, they climbed in through our portholes and breached the hull. I'll use their blood to swab the decks. Think they'll put more holes in my hull, do they? We had just finished repairs on the last ones!
Hero: What can I do?
Captain Jimila: We can't shore up the keel with saboteurs around. But we spotted a soldier nearby ... looks like Khajiit royal guard and some refugees. We'll keep the pirates off our own backs. Head to that soldier and see if you can help the refugees!
Hero: I'll talk to the soldier.
Lieutenant Kazargi: Thatship ... the Prowler, isn't it? I've heard tales of its captain and crew. If things weren't so dire. I'd hope to meet them.
Hero: What happened here?
Lieutenant Kazargi: i'm uncertain. Lord Gharesh-ri brought my unit to Haven as part of our final training. But when we arrived, the city was under pirate attack. We worked with the fisher-folk to help the citizens escape.
Hero: Who attacked Haven?
Lieutenant Kazargi: The Jackdaws, a pirate band that raids throughout the Long Coast. But how could one pirate ship do so much damage? They shouldn't have taken the city at all, let alone as quickly as they did.
Hero: Who is Lord Gharesh-ri?
Lieutenant Kazargi: The Speaker for the Mane. He brought my people into the Dominion. I'm lucky to serve in his private guard. He sought to introduce us to other lands and people of the Dominion. I do not think he meant our first journey to be this exciting.
Hero: Where is he now?
Lieutenant Kazargi: I do not presume to know. He ordered me to protect refugees on this island while he rallies resistance inside the town. This one longs to fight by Lord Gharesh-ri's side, but I must follow orders.
Hero: What are these people doing here?
Lieutenant Kazargi: The fisher-folk? They were away from the port during the attack. The rest are refugees from Haven, mostly guards and merchants who escaped the city.
Hero: Can I do anything to help?
Lieutenant Kazargi: The Speaker hoped to locate General Endare, but we could find no sign of her garrison. He feels the city's defense is our responsibility. But there are few of us. Please, find Lord Gharesh-ri. Help take Haven back from the pirates.
Hero: Where can I find Lord Gharesh-ri?
Lieutenant Kazargi: This one ... I, I do not know, not exactly. I only know what I must protect. But Lord Gharesh-ri spoke with some refugees before he left. The merchant Naaril, and Curinwe, who leads the fisher-folk. Perhaps they would know.
Hero: I'll find out what they know.
Naaril: When I went to bed last night, I dreamed of a fully laden ship docking in the harbor. I thought it was a good omen. Couldn't have been more wrong.
Hero: Have you seen Lord Gharesh-ri?
Naaril: He was wading through the swamp with a handful of soldiers. They looked greener than the water. But good luck to the Cat Lord, I say.
Hero: Do you know where he was going?
Naaril: To the other end of the marsh. I've only seen the place from the Haven docks. Never thought I'd wade through it. If you're headed after the Cat Lord, cross the marsh and make for the walls. I'd wager he's by the gate.
Hero: Can you tell me what happened in Haven?
Naaril: One moment I was nearly asleep, and the next I heard yelling. I looked outside and saw raiders with torches, so I leapt out the window and ran. That's right. Completely nude, all the way here. The fisher-folk loaned me some clothes. Good of them.
Hero: What do you know about the marsh?
Naaril: Never seen it before this evening. I've sent apprentices there for alchemical supplies. Had I known it was crawling with hoarvor, I would've increased their stipends. But not by much. You have to keep them in line.
Lord Gharesh-ri: Without the weight of numbers, we can't retake Haven by direct assault. The key to victory is the fort.
Hero: Lieutenant Kazargi said you needed some help.
Lord Gharesh-ri: Sharp clawed, that one. It's why I left her in charge. This has been an enlightening training cruise for my soldiers. I wanted to show them life outside of Elsweyr, for them to see what it means to be a Dominion citizen! I never expected this.
Hero: Lieutenant Kazargi mentioned something about Haven's garrison?
Lord Gharesh-ri: Ah, yes. The great General Endare! I wanted to introduce my soldiers to a real Dominion hero. Shame that she's gone. Pulled her fearsome Jade Dragoons out of town before we arrived, and left the place defenseless. Seems the pirates decided to fill the void.
Hero: Why would she leave?
Lord Gharesh-ri: A question for another time. Right now, we need to deal with these pirates—Jackdaws, they call themselves. We spotted a few giving orders to the others. These Jackdaw lieutenants are the key.
Hero: What do you mean?
Lord Gharesh-ri: We must know why have the Jackdaws lingered in Haven. What do they plan for its citizens? Take my notebook and find the Jackdaw lieutenants. Make note of anything they say which gives us a clearer understanding.
Hero: Can't I just kill them?
Lord Gharesh-ri: I can't see why not. If they're of any importance to the Jackdaw's captain, they'll have written orders. As long as we learn their plans, I don't care how you do it.
Hero: I'll see what I can learn.
Lieutenant Kazargi: Some of Haven's guard arrived to defend the fisher-folk and refugees. I thought to sneak along the beaches, see what I could learn. Then I saw you. So, what should we do?
Hero: Lord Gharesh-ri asked me to discover the pirates' plans. Here's what I found.
Lieutenant Kazargi: Really? What are the Jackdaws planning?
Hero: They're bringing bodies to Haven's fort for some kind of necromantic ritual.
Lieutenant Kazargi: What? Why would pirates do such a thing? We must get to the fort and stop them! But if they hold the fort, they must have the gates locked. How could we get in?
Hero: There's an entrance through this aquifer.
Lieutenant Kazargi: Good! If you can enter the fort and open the gate, I can bring reinforcements to you. Where is Lord Gharesh-ri? I must tell him of this plan!
Hero: He's in an abandoned house near the outer walls.
Lieutenant Kazargi: Then we both must hurry. Keep your wits about you, friend. We'll meet inside the fort and stop these pirates from whatever dark magics they plan.
Lord Gharesh-ri: Well done, my friend! Lieutenant Kazargi brought me what you found.
Hero: What should we do next?
Lord Gharesh-ri: The pirate leader intends to fill Haven's streets with undead slaves, but there's still time to stop them. They're coming from the Fighters Guild. I need someone I can trust to get inside and disrupt their foul rituals. Can I count on you once more?
Hero: Why me?
Lord Gharesh-ri: My soldiers are loyal, but if I'm not beside them they'll fight with half a heart. And this way, we keep the pirates' focus on the Speaker for the Mane's flashing weapons and luxurious hair. Meanwhile, you can gut them when they aren't looking.
Hero: All right. I'll do it
Lord Gharesh-ri: By Alkosh's scaly nethers, I knew you'd come through! Now, the pirates are likely to have the Fighters Guild heavily guarded and locked down.
Hero: How do I get the key?
Lord Gharesh-ri: I hand it to you. Found it on a pirate's corpse and recognized the markings. The luck of Rajhin was with me! I'm sure the Fighters Guild will approve of you smashing anything that doesn't belong. When you finish, inform Lieutenant Kazargi of your success!
Lieutenant Kazargi: Greetings, my friend. You did it. The undead fell in their tracks. The pirates, they surrendered or fled. A good day.
Hero: How bad are you hurt?
Lieutenant Kazargi: They won't tell me. That means it's bad, isn't it? I'm going to die.
Hero: That's usually what it means.
Lieutenant Kazargi: I see. Strange, I thought I would fear this moment, but instead I'm filled with pride that I could fight beside the Speaker for the Mane. And beside you. Lord Gharesh-ri isn't around, is he?
Hero: I can get him for you.
Lieutenant Kazargi: No! He rallies the people of Haven against the pirates. Please, do not distract him with my fate.
Hero: All right.
Lieutenant Kazargi: If I die from wounds justly earned, I'll greet my ancestors with honor. Tell the Speaker it was an honor to serve him.
Hero: I'll tell him, Kazargi.
Lord Gharesh-ri: Ha! I knew you'd done it the moment those undead fell to tatters! Half of the pirates surrendered on the spot. They must've thought whatever you did to the undead would happen to them next!
Hero: The pirate leader is dead.
Lord Gharesh-ri: This means three things. First, you were instrumental in crushing the pirate invasion of Haven. Second, the Dominion's leadership owes you a debt of thanks. And third, I am privileged to be the one who pays it. An honor to fight beside you.
Hero: Complete Quest.
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