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Finia Sele
Home City Kvatch
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Finia Sele

Finia Sele is an Imperial who is located in the market in Kvatch. If spoken to, she will comment, "There are so many antiques in this market, each rich with history. Yet the buyers and sellers seem oblivious to the true value of these precious items."

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"All that work and not a thing to show for it ….
Oh, I'm sorry, did you need something?"
I'm here about the bounty you posted.
"Oh, thank the Eight! I was wondering if anyone would be willing to take such a request seriously.
When I was writing about disembodied voices and menacing shadows, I felt rather foolish."
Can you provide some additional details?
"Ruins excite the imagination, I know, but my workers came wailing out of that smoking hole like it was a gate to Oblivion itself. I believe them when they say shadowy figures emerged from the darkness. And the wounds they suffered were real enough."
Where can I find the relics mentioned in the bounty?
"Anything we had excavated was abandoned near the entrance to the dig after my panicked workers went running for the hills.
Even the few we'd manage to remove vanished in the night. They could have been stolen, but I'm not so sure."
What's Tribune's Folly?
"Before we started our dig, the location was literally just a hole billowing smoke from the ground. A geological oddity, but not much else. When I discovered it might have been the former site of Fort Faleria, its significance rose a hundredfold!"
"I probably don't need to tell a professional to be careful. But … do be careful, all right?"

Complete her tasks and she'll say:

"You've returned! Were you successful? Can we return to the dig site and continue our work?"
The site has been cleared and I recovered your relics.
"Wonderful! Once I get the new dig underway, I'm sure we'll make progress quickly. I can't believe that not long ago, this was just a smoking hole in the ground. Now we may have uncovered the complex that gave Tribune's Folly its name!"
"I just hope the artifacts you recovered will be enough to convince our patrons to continue funding our troubled dig."