Triskellion Vale

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Triskellion Vale

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Map of Triskellion Vale

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Location within Kessex Hills

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Triskellion Vale

Triskellion Vale is an area in Kessex Hills. This green valley is home to three settlements, Kessex Haven, Quarryside and Triskell Quay.

Locations and objectives[edit]

Renown Hearts
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Help Engineer Gilli (18)
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Help the fishers of Triskell Quay (19)
Waypoints
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Kessex Haven Waypoint —
Points of Interest
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Quarryside
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Triskell Quay
Vistas
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Quarryside Vista —
Follow the scaffolding above the lowest pit.
Landmarks
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Kessex Haven

NPCs[edit]

Allies[edit]

Centaur
Charr
Human
Various

Services[edit]

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Bekan (17)
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Brewer Ronger (17)
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Bronk (18)
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Cherill (18)
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Engineer Gilli (17)
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Engineer Pluank (17)
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Laurent (17)
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Lena (17)
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Mayor Trisk (20)
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Morwyn (20)
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Poka (17)

Foes[edit]

Bat
Insect
Moa

Ambient dialogue[edit]

At the Kessex Haven
Deputy Tolmkiln: I loves me a good fight.
Klondurj: You look like it.
Deputy Tolmkiln: Why, thank you.
Klondurj: That wasn't really a compliment.
Deputy Tolmkiln: All this work makes me thirsty.
Sheriff Sauchaa: What work?
Deputy Tolmkiln: Fighting work.
Sheriff Sauchaa: You're on leave.
Deputy Tolmkiln: Yeah, yeah. Still. The thought of it makes me thirsty.
Fishmonger Gilbert: Come on now, I'm sure it's perfectly (gulp) safe to eat.
Fishmonger Gilbert: I've had better schemes...
Fishmonger Gilbert: Surprisingly inexpensive fish for sale here!
Fishmonger Gilbert: Don't all crows me at once. Plenty of perfectly edible fish to go around.
Fishmonger Gilbert: Entertaining all offers on my entire haul of (gulp) tasty, tasty fish.
Fishmonger Gilbert: At these prices, I must have brain damage!
Fishmonger Gilbert: Did I hear fifty copper? Hello?
Lionguard Crushkrait: (sniff) What is that stench scorching my nostrils? Why are you still here?
Fishmonger Gilbert: Oh, come on, now. I mean, I'm just trying to make a living.
Lionguard Crushkrait: I should arrest you for attempted murder.
Fishmonger Gilbert: Ha ha! Just a little fun at my expense, folks.
Fishmonger Gilbert: Please don't arrest me.
Lionguard Crushkrait: Pack up your stinking toxic fish and shove off, or I just might. (spit)
Fishmonger Gilbert: Yes, sir.
Brewer Ronger: With ale, anything can go wrong. Unfiltered water, improper temperatures, unripe grain. The horror!
Deputy Tolmkiln: Hey, if you make a bad batch, send it my way.
Brewer Ronger: If I did that, I wouldn’t get money from you. Besides, I’d never let anyone touch imperfect ale.
Deputy Tolmkiln: Still. If you’re pouring it down the drain, you might as well give it to me. I won't change how much ale I buy, and imperfect ale has character.
Brewer Ronger: Bah! Ale is serious business. Now, I've got a bar to clean, so I'll talk to you later.
Brewer Ronger: We used to have ale tasters traveling here all the time. But they've stopped coming.
Duhny: Wonder why.
Brewer Ronger: Duh. Maybe the war? Or haven't you noticed?
Duhny: Well, maybe they found ale they liked better or something. The war doesn't keep us away.
Brewer Ronger: Nobody has found better ale! Besides, it's become too dangerous for the tasters to travel.
Klondurj: Don't tell him, but I brought my own ale.
Duhny: Yeah, his gets old.
Klondurj: Want some?
Duhny: Sure!
Duhny: I wonder if the gods are coming back?
Klondurj: I thought they were myth.
Duhny: Not at all. I know people who still find their favor and even cast a spell or two.
Klondurj: I haven't seen proof.
Duhny: They're hiding. That's my theory.
Duhny: I think those mountains are unstable. They rumble and sigh all the time, like an army of old men.
Klondurj: You could be hearing ettins or something.
Duhny: This is definitely shifting ground. Unstable.
Klondurj: Maybe it's giants.
Duhny: Unless they're underground, I don't think so.
Lionguard Fritz: You know the secret to a top-notch fighting force?
Brewer Ronger: What?
Lionguard Fritz: Uniforms.
Lionguard Fritz: Uniforms represent state of mind. Look you best, feel you best, fight your best, I always say.
Brewer Ronger: Really?
Lionguard Fritz: Unequivocally. Appearance is key. And the enemy understands that too. You'd do well to keep that in mind.
Brewer Ronger: Believe me, I understand. That's exactly how I feel about my ale. I didn't realize the same concept applied to war.
Villager: Sheriff! What is that beast doing here!
Villager: Yah, I'd heard there was a centaur in the Haven, but I just couldn't believe it.
Centaur Emissary: I am here as an emissary, human. Do not trifle with things you do not understand.
Villager: Shut it centaur! Or I'll gut you where you stand!
Sheriff Sauchaa: You'll do nothing of the sort! What she says is true, she's here as an emissary.
Sheriff Sauchaa: ...and as such, she is under our protection.
Villager: I can't believe this! You've sold out your own people!
Sheriff Sauchaa: We've received word that centaurs have been attacking merchants under Lionguard protection.
Centaur Emissary: Then you have been given faulty information, Sheriff.
Sheriff Sauchaa: I'm not so sure, but I'm also not in a position to take action.
Sheriff Sauchaa: The treaty protects you for now, but know that if you keep pushing, my Lionguard will gladly push back.
Centaur Emissary: I assure you, we have nothing against the Lionguard. You presence on our lands has been... accepted.
Sheriff Sauchaa: Seems like all the training we do is just polishing our weapons.
Brewer Ronger: Well, weapons have to look good too, right?
Sheriff Sauchaa: No. They just have to work.
Brewer Ronger: I wouldn't serve ale in subpar containers. I wouldn't serve food on dirty tables! Why should we expect less for our troops?
Sheriff Sauchaa: They're vastly different! Drinking ale has nothing to do with training.
Brewer Ronger: Oh.
At Quarryside
Injii: Kessex Haven serves the best moa stew outside of Shaemoor.
Seraph Soldier: I think your stew is the best.
Injii: Oh, my! Flattery will get you everywhere.
Rhundall: I gave up mining because they didn't want to do it my way.
Seraph Soldier: Oh, well maybe–
Rhundall: Yep. My way. Would've solved so many problems. What's wrong with people?
Injii: Why do our crops look so... sparse?
Rhundall: Maybe because we're miners and nor farmers?
Injii: The centaurs trampling them all the time doesn't help either.
Rhundall: Fetch me a beer, you, and make it quick. I'm thirsty.
Injii: Get it yourself, you ungrateful toad.
Rhundall: Now, now. You know I was only joking.
Seraph Soldier: Did you hear that? Sounded like a centaur shadow.
Seraph Soldier (2): A centaur shadow? I think you've been on patrol too long.
Seraph Soldier: You know what we need? We need us a wall.
Seraph Soldier(2): To sit on? Good idea. I could use a rest.
Seraph Soldier: Naw! To keep the centaurs out.
Injii: What do centaurs need with our ore, anyway?
Rhundall: Well, they use swords and guns, so I guess...
Injii: It was a rhetorical question.
At Triskell Quay
Fisherman Hugorn: I came here to get away from troubles. I just want the quiet life of a fisherman.
Dalles: So go fish. No one's stopping you.
Fisherman Hugorn: The lake is teeming with krait!
Dalles: You'd still get your quiet life. It'd just be very short.
Fisher: When I gut a huge fish pile, it’s like meditation.
Fisher: There's a certain pattern to it that just settles your mind. Knife goes down, knife comes up. Knife goes down, knife comes up.
Headman Whili: I never thought of it like that.
Villager: Maybe you should fish for krait instead. I wonder what they taste like?
Villager (1): We should move.
Villager (2): Why? I mean besides the obvious.
Villager (1): I don't want to raise a family out here in the wilderness.
Villager (2): Wait! A family?
Villager (1): Wow! That fish bin stinks.
Villager (2): It hasn't been cleaned in days, maybe weeks.
Villager (1): I'll get the kids to clean it today.
Fisher (1): The fish sure are bitin' today.
Fisher (2): I call 'em bitin' fish.
Fisher (1): Wow! You should be a scribe or something. You're wasting talent.
Fisher (2): Oh, believe me. I know.
Fisher (2): Long have I struggled with the weight of my brilliance! Long have I longed just to tell a story—
Fisher (1): Great! I get it.
Fisher: Light catch. Gonna be a hard winter. Blasted krait foul the nets and steal our fish.
Fisher: They taste like harpy.

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