Daggerfall:A Peace Offering

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Deliver some jewelry for a noble.
Location(s): Any Noble
Reward: Random Gold
Reputation Gain: see Reputation Gain/Loss
ID: r0c10y13
Required Reputation: 10 reputation or more
Difficulty: Easy
 
Bring the noble's associate a gift

Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Talk to a Noble.
  2. Head to the city the noble mentioned.
  3. Meet the contact in the palace
  4. Give the contact the jewelry within the time limit and collect your reward.

Detailed Walkthrough[edit]

From one palace to another
The noble's once and future friend

Estranged Allegiances[edit]

Speak to a noble, who says:

"I have a mission of some diplomatic importance. A gift of peace that needs be exchanged. As a favor to me, would you bring my gift to my friend, (contact's name)?"

Accept[edit]

The noble goes on:

"Very good, (player's first name). Now, listen carefully: take this (jewelry) to the palace in (town) and find a (contact's description). That will be (contact's name). (He/She) will be expecting you, and will likely reward you for your trouble. You'd best be on your way. Do not fail me, (player's first name)."

Decline[edit]

The noble answers:

"Is it the price, the inconvenience, or the lowliness of the mission that irks you, (player's first name)? No matter, I can easily find another (player's race) interested in furthering his political standing."

Agent of Peace[edit]

This quest is nothing but an opportunity to earn a lot of reputation with a particular noble with little effort. No enemies will show up during this quest; simply travel to the city mentioned by the noble and deliver the jewelry to your contact in time. For this very simple and easy task you will get a bonus of +20 reputation with the noble as well as a random amount of gold. The contact will be at the city's palace, which is open from 10:00 to 18:00.

Reward[edit]

Upon addressing the noble's contact, you will be told:

"Did (quest giver's name) not give you something for me? Damnation, if this is one of (his/her) tricks ..."

But when you hand over the jewelry, the contact will be pleased and give you your reward while saying:

"Oh, what a lovely (jewelry). It's from (quest giver's name)? Well, perhaps this was just a misunderstanding after all. Here's (random gold) gold for your good services, (player's first name)."

Reputation Gain/Loss[edit]

A successfully completed quest results in a reputation gain according to the table below.

Faction/Person Reputation Gain
Noble you got the quest from +25
Noble's associated factions +12

In case you don't deliver the jewelry in time you will lose reputation according to the table below.

Faction/Person Reputation Gain
Noble you got the quest from -22
Noble's associated factions -11
Oblivion and all associated Daedra Princes +1
Sheogorath -1
The Night Mother +1
The Dark Brotherhood and its associated factions +1
Ebonarm -1
The Order of Arkay and its associated factions -1
The Benevolence of Mara and its associated factions -1
The Akatosh Chantry and its associated factions -1
The School of Julianos and its associated factions +1
The House of Dibella and its associated factions -1
The Temple of Stendarr and its associated factions +1
The Mages Guild and its associated factions -1
The Thieves Guild and its associated factions +1
Random Ruler -1
Daggerfall and its associated factions -1
Sentinel and its associated factions -1
Wayrest and its associated factions -1
The King of Worms and The Necromancers -1
The Underking and his Agents -1
Orsinium and its associated factions -1
The Glenmoril Witches -1
The Dust Witches +1
The Daughters of Wroth +1
The Witches of the Marsh +1
The Beldama +1
The Tide Witches +1
The Merchants -1
The Bards -1
The Prostitutes -1
Wrothgarian Mountains and its associated factions +1

(Allies/Enemies affiliations for listed factions are not considered.)

Notes[edit]

  • If you keep the jewelry, it will remain in your inventory and won't vanish once the quest is over, as is usually the case for quest items.

Additional Dialogue[edit]

After you have accepted this quest, NPCs may say when asked for any news:

  • "I hear (contact's name) is considering breaking allegiance with (noble's name)."
  • "(Noble's name) better do something to cement relations with (contact's name)."

If you fail the quest, NPCs may say when asked for any news:

  • "(Noble's name) and (contact's name) seem more estranged than ever."
  • "I wouldn't be surprised if (contact's name) and (noble's name) broke ties altogether."

If you successfully complete the quest, NPCs may say when asked for any news:

  • "(Contact's name) is supposed to be very pleased with the present from (noble's name)."
  • "Thank (god's name) (noble's name) got that (jewelry) to (contact's name). Could've been nasty."

If you successfully complete the quest, the quest giver may later greet you with:

  • "Ah, it's my agent of peace. How goes it with you, my friend?"
  • "(Oath), if it isn't my favorite courier. How are you doing?"

If you failed the quest, the quest giver will greet you with:

  • "By failing to bring (contact's name) the (jewelry) you promised to get, you've made my peace plans rather more difficult, (player's first name). Out of my sight."

Quest Log[edit]

A Peace Offering (r0c10y13)
Stage/
Index
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
0 (Date): (noble's name) has given me (random gold) gold to go to (town) palace to bring a peace offering, a (jewelry) to (contact's name). I must be there in (time limit) days or less.