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|Arrias Arcanum in Paladin Guild of Felwithe misses his son.
You say, 'Hail, Arrias Arcanum'
Arrias Arcanum says 'I am sorry, young one, but I am too burdened by my own troubles to help you now. Please seek another of the faith to ease your soul.'
You say, 'What troubles?'
Arrias Arcanum says 'My son Ariam, a paladin of this fair city, has been missing for many years. Now, after remaining hopeful for so long, I have given up and it has broken my heart and soul. If I could but hear news to know of his fate, then I could find comfort again. Until then, I am no good to others. I am sorry.'
Go to Befallen, kill a Skeletal Foreman to spawn Sir Ariam Arcanum.
You say, 'Who or what are you?'
Sir Ariam Arcanum says 'I am Sir Ariam Arcanum, a paladin of Tunare. There is no time for my own story, which is of little account. But if you wish to know more of me, and wish also to do me a personal favor then you could seek out my family in Felwithe, provided you are welcome there. Will you travel to Felwithe?'
You say, 'I will travel to felwithe.'
Sir Ariam Arcanum says 'Then deliver this to my family. I have my sisters token to thank for my survival in this form. Something in the magic of this persisted even as I truly wasted away buried alive near here.'
Take the token back to Arrias to receive your reward: Arrialla's Token.
Arrias Arcanum says 'This! This is the gift my daughter gave Ariam to aid his cause. This too is the piece of my soul that was missing. Your news of his fate is troubling, yet his heroism even beyond this life is cause for celebration. Here, keep this token. My heart is mended and I have no need of it. Once such as yourself who will continue to fight for the things in which my son believes ought to bear this. I am sure my daughter would agree.'
Your faction standing with Clerics of Tunare got better.
Your faction standing with King Tearis Thex got better.
Your faction standing with Anti-Mage got better.
You gain experience!!
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