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|Stormfist spies have used Daedric alchemy to infiltrate Fort Amol. The King and the Pact delegates are in danger. I need to convince someone that the threat is real before it's too late.
- Talk to Hloenor Chill-Owl.
- Talk to Lord Vurlop.
- Talk to Thane Harvald.
- Convince the Argonians and the Dunmer to rejoin the meeting.
- Return to Thane Harvald.
Hloenor Chill-Owl tells you the plan for dealing with the disguised Stormfist infiltrators. However, she doesn't want to start a panic; after all, some of the most important members of the Pact are currently gathered in Fort Amol. She wants you to talk to Lord Vurlop, the Jarl's advisor—he'll know what to do.
Lord Vurlop is in Deldwine's Inn, west of the bridge with Hloenor. You tell him that Stormfist spies replaced Yjarnn and killed several people in town, including Dunmer. He is horrified. He sends you to the Nord camp to speak to Thane Harvald.
The Nord Camp is the same as the royal guard's camp. There are banners, orange tents and a table where the Thane is discussing strategies with the others.
Convincing the Delegates
Next, you need to talk to the Pact delegates. In the Dunmer camp, you need to collect four bottles of Dunmer wine in the barracks for Naryu Virian. You also need to kill Death-In-Winter, a troll, near Darkwater Crossing and loot his head for the Argonian camp. Return to Runs-With-Quickness at the camp with the head.
Return to Thane Harvald and tell him you convinced the Dunmer and the Argonians to rejoin the meeting. He has spoken with the Prince, who now understands that his stubbornness and arrogance was unnecessary.
|The Pride of a Prince