- Talk to Master Mithras about your next task.
- Take his request to the Parliament of Bugs in Port Telvannis.
- Wait outside the Council House for two hours to discover the parliament's verdict.
- Return and inform Mithras of the Council's decision.
A Lack of Slaves
Master Mithras will express his frustration with the lack of workers in the mine and tells you that he wants to request a shipment of slaves from the Parliament of Bugs. He explains that he is not liked by one of the council members, and hopes that an unfamiliar face presenting the case stands a better chance of getting slaves for the mine in Ranyon-ruhn. He gives the player a formal request and sends you on your way.
Don't Bug Me
Travel to Port Telvannis and enter the Council House. Speak with Vero Renim about acquiring slaves and he will tell you to step outside for two hours while the Council debates the issue. After two hours, return and Renim will tell you that the request was denied. Return to Ranyon-ruhn and inform Master Mithras of the council's decision. He will ask you to give him a day to come up with a new chore.
The following Quest_ID and Index codes can be used with the
Journal Console command to manually update the quest to a certain point.
|Concerns of a Lord (TR_m1_RR_MQ_3)
||Mithras wants me to try and attain some slaves for the mines from the Parliament of Bugs in Port Telvannis. He gave me an official scroll bearing his request, which I should give to the secretary of the Parliament, Vero Renim.
||Vero Renim took Master Mithras' scroll, and said he would present Mithras' case to the Parliament as soon as he could. He told me that Parliament protocol required that I leave the Council House for a few hours, while the debate progressed. He will begin proceedings as soon as I leave.
||Two hours have passed. I should return to Vero Renim to see what the Parliament's verdict was.
||Vero Renim told me that the Parliament had no slaves to spare at the current time.
||Mithras was infuriated that the Parliament had not accepted his request. He told me to come and see him in a day, when he might have another idea.