Online:Mystery of Othrenis

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ON-qico-Zone Story.png Seek out an Argonian scout at Othrenis.
Zone: Stonefalls
Zone StoryThis quest is part of the Zone Story
Faction: Ebonheart Pact
Quest Giver: Garyn Indoril
Location(s): Othrenis
Prerequisite Quest: Quiet the Ringing Bell
Next Quest: Wake the Dead
Reward: Very Low Leveled Gold
XP Gain: Very Low Experience XP
ID: 3855
Onuja is displeased by the elves who refuse to stay buried.
Garyn Indoril believes the spirit of a long-dead mage may know the secret to imprisoning Balreth again. An Argonian scout named Onuja has already left for Othrenis.

Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Find Onuja in Othrenis.

Detailed Walkthrough[edit]

Talk to Garyn Indoril at Ash Mountain after completing Quiet the Ringing Bell. He will acknowledge that summoning Balreth seems to have been somewhat rash, as the ritual his father gave him to rebind it isn't working, and now there are Daedra pouring out of the mountain. He suggests that the best option at this point is to contact the mages who bound Balreth the first time. Garyn then sends you to find Onuja in Othrenis, a necropolis where some of these mages were buried, and aid him however you can.

Othrenis is located directly south from Ash Mountain, just across the bridge and to the east along the road. You'll find Onuja crouching down next to the road leading to the necropolis. He's startled by your arrival, but is pleased to see a friendly face, and rewards you with a small amount of gold.

Quest Stages[edit]

Mystery of Othrenis
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
Finishes quest☑ Garyn asked me to journey to Othrenis and find Onuja. He may need help.
Objective: Find Onuja
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