In my let’s play of Pathfinder Kingmaker episode 23 we claim the South Narlmarches and take on some companion quests.
After that we learn Valerie’s background in the Order of the Eternal Rose. She is not keen on returning to the Order and will accompany me to Oleg’s Tradingpost to meet her former mentor.
Linzi confesses to have taken money from the treasury. She wants to start a publishing press. Grenn doesn’t feel that the money for the treasury is supposed to be used for this. It turns out however that the delivery of the press has been interupted.
Grenn decides to visit Tarcandor, the village that was established in his new region the South Narlmarches in order to meet the local artisans. We meet Shaynih’a and her colourful stories that do not seem to be extremely believable for some reason.
The party travels to the Hodag Lair where Amiri slays a Hodag with some ranged help by Ekundayo. At the Verdant Chambers nobody shows up. It seems Grenn really needs to visit that location by himself.
We find the boar that was killed with Jaethal’s dagger. Then it’s time to finally travel to Oleg’s Tradingpost where Valerie duels her former mentor. It’s a very long and hard fight that leaves her scarred for life.
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