Kingmaker in Eberron
Book 1 Quests
All Quests finished.
Gathering Fangberries – Bokken’s something of an eccentric, but he sure knows how to make delicious potions. His secret is fangberry juice, but he’s running low. A large thicket of fangberries grows about 55 miles southwest of Oleg’s.
Reward – Bokken will give the PCs a 25% discount on all potions for a month.
Wanted: Falgrim Sneeg – A mercenary that Septim worked with months ago was a man named Falgrim Sneeg. Falgrim robbed the group and fled into the greenbelt to become a bandit, and Septim hopes to catch him alive and return him to Stormreach for punishment.
Reward – Septim can arrange a reward of four masterwork weapons of the capturer’s choice if Falgrim is delivered alive (in addition to outfitting the men at Oleg’s with better weapons). If he’s delivered dead, Septim can only promise two weapons.
Davik’s Revenge – The undead creature that was once Davik Nettles, owner of the “Nettle’s Crossing” toll bridge desires revenge upon the Stag Lord for his murder. Only when the Stag Lord’s body is thrown into the waters of the Shrike river can Davik find peace.
Reward – ??
The Stag Lord – An official charter from The Twelve awaits the party upon their return to Oleg’s Trading Post. The Stag Lord is officially wanted “Dead or Alive” and that if he can be removed from power the PCs will be rewarded greatly.
Reward – 5000gp plus a new charter to settle land and establish a colony in the Greenbelt – more on this charter is in Book 2.
Wanted: Bandits – The bandits in the Greenbelt need to be shown that their actions will not be tolerated. Capture or defeat at least six of them to send a message.
Reward – One week after the sixth defeat, bandit activity is noticeably affected and The Twelve send a reward of 400gp.
Kobolds in the Hills – The Sootscale Kobolds dwell in a cave somewhere in the Kamelands. Normally not a problem, they’ve been riled up by something lately. Find their lair and ensure that the kobolds aren’t going to continue being a threat.
Reward – The Coin Lords send a reward of 800gp once the kobold activity is under control.
Moon Radish Soup – Frank’s been under a lot of stress lately, and Svetlana would love to cook him his favorite meal (moon radish soup) to help him relax. Unfortunately, moon radishes are extremely rare. A patch grows about 16 miles south of the Trading Post.
Reward – Svetlana is ready to pay a 250gp reward to anyone who can bring her enough moon radishes to make soup.
Svetlana’s Ring – Although his wife claims it’s not a big loss compared to what the bandits could have taken, Frank knows the theft of her wedding ring has distressed her. She’s forbidden him from risking life and limb to recover it, but if anyone else can find the ring and return it to him, he’ll be very grateful.
Reward – Frank promises 1,000 gp in Trading Post credit if his wife’s ring can be recovered.
Wanted: Tuskgutter – Every Greenbelt hunter has a story about Tuskgutter, each wilder than the last. Whoever manages to kill the ill-tempered beast will get a nice reward from old, retired Vekkel Benzen, who lost his leg to the monster pig a year ago.
Reward – Vekkel has promised his masterwork longbow and six +1 Animal Bane arrows to whoever can kill Tuskgutter. He also promises to share the head of cheese he plans to make out of this trophy.
Temple of the Elk – Jhod Kavken a cleric of Balinor of the Sovereign Host seeks out a lost temple somewhere in the south. He warns however that a large bear seems to be guarding the site and that something “isn’t quite right” about it.
Reward – Jhod agrees to provide all of his spellcasting for free to the PCs for life (with the exception of expensive material components, which the PCs must still supply)
The Sacred Statue – Return the Ivory Statue of “Old Sharptooth” to either Tartuk the Shaman or Chief Sootscale.
Reward – Returning the statue to Chief Sootscale awarded the party the shaman’s gear (including Svetlana’s ring) and the eternal thanks of the Kobold Chieftain and a chance at a lasting alliance with the Sootscale tribe.
Wanted: Tatzlwyrm – The way everyone talks about Tatzlwyrms, one might think they’re swarming throughout the Stolen Lands. This isn’t the case; they’re actually quite rare. A tatzlwyrm head would be a great conversation piece at Oleg’s. Frank has promised a reward for anyone that can deliver one.
Reward – Frank will pay 600gp for a relatively undamaged tatzlwyrm head.