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|Erling Elsai is located in West Freeport at -295, -10. This is close to the PoK book.
You say, 'Hail, Erling Elsai'
Erling Elsai says 'It would appear that you have just enough of a reputation to wander through Freeport without finding a blade to your neck. If you want to further gain favor inside the city, I have some [work] you can do. I can always put in a good word for you with the followers of Marr should you continue to work for me. And if you find yourself a strong ally with those who worship Marr, I will have a reward for you -- to welcome you into the Marrs' hearts.'
When apprehensive to aimiable...
Erling Elsai says 'The Knights of Truth and priests of the Temple of Marr have heard of your name now, but they would certainly prefer that you exhibit even greater loyalty to them. I have a friend inside West Freeport that needs the aid of someone who is pure of heart and mind. Go see Neas Lavati and if you succeed in providing assistance, I can guarantee your reputation will improve more quickly.'
You say, 'What work?'
Erling Elsai says 'There are a number of individuals in the city proper who are in need of capable help, help that nearly everyone in Freeport would look kindly upon. Seek out these individuals and make yourself available. You can speak with Captain Victor Lis, Plink Gemtosser, or Whittle Rentorp. I believe Moe Wilborn has a rather bizarre situation he needs assistance with and Soren the Sorcerer is always looking for capable help.'
The individuals mentioned all give group tasks that boost faction in Freeport.
When max ally with the Knights of Truth, Erling awards you a title "of the Truthbringer".
When max ally with the Freeport Militia, Erling awards you a title "of the Freeport Militia"
Erling Elsai says 'You've managed to show your devotion to the Marr twins which has endeared you to the Temple of Marr and the Knights of Truth. As a result, they have authorized me to dub you with a title holding great honor and respect among the people here, within the walls of the great city of Freeport.'
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