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|Storyteller: Grenth||One Path Ends||3|
|Find all the pages of the Parable of Grenth.
||Collected 8 Grenth Pages||3|
|1||Parable of Grenth, Page 1||Item||Trophy||Hint: Resting above the tunnel in Grenth's Reliquary.|
Inside a cave found at the top of the circular arch at the southern entrance to the tunnel that leads to the Overgrown Gazebo.
It can be gotten to by using a ley organ or springer to launch yourself up. The cave entrance is just large enough to fit a springer inside. Page 4 can be found here as well.
"To Grenth's ears, there came a cry from the soul of one who had suffered long and profoundly. The god was drawn to the woman who called, for she had no mercy left in her."
|2||Parable of Grenth, Page 2||Item||Trophy||Hint: Washed away by the Tears of Orr.|
At the bottom of the pool just north east of the Tears of Orr POI.
"Seeking vengeance for her husband's violence against her, she evoked Grenth's judgement upon the husband even as she plunged the knife into his heart."
|3||Parable of Grenth, Page 3||Item||Trophy||Hint: Helping support Grenth's Reliquary.|
Hidden amongst rocks next to a coral structure on the north side of the supporting pillar just north of Grenth's Reliquary renown heart.
You can use a Ley-Line Scavenger to get up there.
"As Grenth stood over her and the husband she had murdered, he saw that she had loved him once, that she had borne him children, and that she had been a good and loyal wife."
|4||Parable of Grenth, Page 4||Item||Trophy||Hint: Sharing the same space as the first parable of Grenth.|
Same location as page 1.
"He saw that the man had never loved her, but had resented her and their children for draining his pockets. He saw that the man had not been loyal, and had never been kind."
|5||Parable of Grenth, Page 5||Item||Trophy||Hint: Hiffa's special souvenir.|
At the east end of the tent resting on a storage box in Hiffa's Camp.
"He saw the abuses he had rained down upon his wife. And so, the god of death said, 'I find you guilty, woman, of murdering your husband. When it is your time, you will pay for what you have done.'"
|6||Parable of Grenth, Page 6||Item||Trophy||Hint: By the tree feeds on the Tears of Orr.|
|7||Parable of Grenth, Page 7||Item||Trophy||Hint: Sitting safely inside the Yesteryear.|
Inside the shell of a shipwreck on the largest island at Wreck of the Yesteryear.
"'And now,' said Grenth, 'I give you a choice. You may come with me now and watch your husband suffer for the wrongs he has done. Or you may walk away, and I will claim you only when it is your time.'"
|8||Parable of Grenth, Page 8||Item||Trophy||Hint: Embedded in the stone that sits at the edge of the depths.|
At the bottom of a crevice underwater, against a cliff side. It is west of the shipwreck and large sea urchin-like prop stuck in the cliffside, near the sea floor.
"The woman said, 'I gave my husband love and life. I will come now, to see this tale's end and to share his suffering. It will hurt him more to know that I am witnessing his pain.' And so it was."
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