When spoken to upon receiving the Star-Gazers' blessing, she says, "I'm glad you've decided to join us. I try to help Hara with whatever I can, but right now she needs soldiers more than scholars. I hope you can help bring her some peace of mind."
When you speak to her after completing [verification needed — which quest(s)?], she will say, "Hara seems very pleased with you. She's become more hopeful since you arrived. I can tell. Is there anything I can help you with?"
When you speak to Nazdura after completing The Missing Guardian, she will say, "I'm happy you found her. That you saved her. But ... I feel sad, too. The woman I ... thought she was—she never existed, did she? In a way, I feel like Hara never came back at all. Maybe I'm being selfish."
- And what do you do for the Star-Gazers?
- "I'm new to all of this, but I do what I can. People have been looking to Hara for answers since the Celestials appeared. So I try to help her with meetings, letter-writing—little things—so she can focus on what's important."
- What brought you here?: "I came to Hammerfell with a few other Orcs. One of the chiefs was going to pick a new wife. I wasn't chosen, but I was allowed to attend the feast that night. That's when the Iron Orcs attacked."
- What happened?: "I don't want to think about it. It wasn't even a battle. It was slaughter. I don't know when I blacked out, but when I woke, the Iron Orcs had joined their victims in death. Standing above me was a solitary figure, hand outstretched. Hara."
- Hara killed the Iron Orcs?: "I don't know. It doesn't seem possible, does it? All I know is she found me and brought me here. So, you see, I owe Hara everything. I'll do anything for her. The Star-Gazers are my family now."
The Missing Guardian
- "Oh, good. You're here. I'm worried about Hara. She's clearly tired, but she refuses to rest. She's going to make herself ill!
- Speaking of which, she wants to see you as soon as you can manage. It sounded urgent."
- Do you know what Hara needs from me?
- "I don't know. It was strange. Hara said something about the Celestial Thief and visions you've been having.
- I heard how the Serpent corrupted the Mage and the Warrior. I hope the same thing doesn't happen to the Thief."
- Where is Hara now?
- "Oh, right. She's upstairs in her study—those two men, Kelmen and Titus, are with her.
- I guess she wanted to meet in private. But she said it was very important that you be there."
- Thanks. I'll go see her.
- "Go on! Hara waits upstairs."
- Hara: "Time is not on our—"
- Titus Valerius: "Hara! What's wrong?"
- Nazdura: "Hara! What have you done to her?"
- Titus Valerius: "Nothing! Something just came over her. Hara, what can we do?"
- Hara: "He found me... you must..."
- Nazdura: "Who found you? Who is doing this to you?"
- Hara: "Find the ruins... Reinhold's Retreat... Hidden there... you must..." (Disappears)
- Nazura: "No!" (Proceeds to drop to her knees)
Speak to her again:
- "I don't understand. What's happening? Why Hara? Why now?
- She was trying to say something and then she disappeared.
- "Yes. Something about Reinhold... Reinhold's Retreat? A ruin.
- But I've never heard that name. What do you think she meant?"
- Maybe Hara understood what was happening and tried to give us a clue.
- "She said "he found me." Maybe she's alive and someone took her? Took her to this place... Reinhold's Retreat.
- Please, you have to find it. You have to save her. I... we need her."
- I'll find her, Nazdura.
- "Thank you. I know she trusted you.
- I hate the thought of her suffering all alone in some dark place. Please, hurry."