Noble Intentions Plan B
|Noble Intentions Plan B|
|Section||Sorrow's Furnace Quests|
|Given by|| Orozar Highstone |
in Sorrow's Furnace
|Part of||To Sorrow's Furnace|
|Preceded by||Noble Intentions|
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 Quest information
- Find Ural Highstone.
- Keep Orozar Highstone alive as he leads you to the exit of Sorrow's Furnace. Bring the shackled Ural Highstone with you.
- See Orozar Highstone for your reward.
- 4,000 Experience
After the big battle at the end of Noble Intentions, speak to Orozar Highstone again to trigger Plan B. He'll begin to rush off through the caverns. On following him, you'll face a couple of easy mobs, and then find Highstone's brother, Ural Highstone. There will be a cutscene, and Highstone will transform his brother into a bundle item.
After the cutscene, Highstone will tell you to pick up a master gear to lower the bridge and to pick up his brother and escort both of them out of Sorrow's Furnace. If you're the only player, just pick up his brother for now. He'll rush to a raised bridge. Defend him from the two foes there. If you're the only player, you will have to temporarily drop his brother and go back to grab the gear located by his brother's initial location.
Once the bridge is lowered Highstone will continue running ahead and rushing into battle, so target whoever he engages to keep him safe. Soon more foes will also come from behind you, but spirits left behind from a battle can keep them from catching up to you. Eventually you'll reach the exit, where Ural will automatically drop and the quest will be complete. Remember to accept your reward from Orozar before exiting Sorrow's Furnace.
There are two ways to make this quest easier, should your party be unable to handle the Stone Summit numbers (which will be the case should you be attempting this with only henchmen) or if you prefer not to fight so much. Proceed along the quest as normal until you reach the bridge. Do not lower the bridge, but instead do either:
- Backtrack to the starting cave, and head in a northeasterly direction, aiming for the other end of the bridge. You will pass by a resurrection shrine, some heavy machinery, and a big cavern hung with chains. This is aimed at clearing away the stationary mobs before returning all the way to Orozar to lower the bridge. The subsequent run to the entrance will be much easier. An option here is that you bring with you a Master Gear from a gearbox (there is one by the brother and some on the way) and use that to lower the bridge from the other side (saving you the time to run back) - hurry over the bridge to pick up the brother and continue the quest because lowering the bridge will trigger some large patrols that will come the way you used when first entering the brother's cave.
- Exploit the quest trigger for quest completion. Simply carry Ural Highstone all the way back to the entrance until he is automatically dropped. Then run all the way back to Orozar for the reward. Keep in mind that the foes on your path, friendly during Noble Intentions, will now have turned hostile.
Note- Do not try to clear the way before activating the quest, when you return to the front of Sorrow's Furnace his room is full of stone summit. Additionally, lowering the bridge will spawn foes at Highstone's location, and kill him very quickly.
- 20 (?) Ural Highstone
- 28 (30) Malinon Threshammer → Dwarven Battle Stance (Malinon's Malign Hammer, Malinon's Shield, Malinon's Skull Crusher)
- 28 (30) Graygore Boulderbeard → Melandru's Arrows (Boulderbeard's Shortbow, Graygore's Zealous Shortbow, Graygore's Shortbow)
- 28 (30) Bortak Bonesmelter (Bortak's Bone Cesta, Bortak's Bone Claw, Bortak's Bone Staff)
- 28 (30) Korvald Willcrusher → Crippling Anguish (Korvald's Cane, Korvald's Chakram, Willcrusher)
- 28 (30) Rago Kindlerock (Rago's Flame Staff, Rago's Flame Wand, The Kindlerock)
 Initial dialogue
- "Well, uh, that didn't go so well. Seems money can't buy everything. Guess we'll have to improvise. If ye'll continue to assist me in my efforts to retrieve my brother, there will be something extra in it for ye."
- Accept: "We've come this far. Let's see this to the end."
- Decline: "You're right, money can't buy everything. You're on your own."
- When asked about quest: "Please, we must find my brother quickly, before news gets out that he's joined the Summit!"
 Intermediate dialogue 1
While heading towards where Ural is located:
- Orozar Highstone: "We've won this battle, but there's bound to be more of them. Quickly, this way! My informant said my brother should be just 'round the bend here."
- Orozar Highstone: "This way! We've got to get my brother back."
- Orozar Highstone: "Just a but further, now. Come on!"
 Intermediate dialogue 2
In the cutscene upon meeting Ural Highstone
- Orozar Highstone: "Do ye know how much gold ye've cost me, Ural?"
- Ural Highstone: "Do ye ever think about anything other than gold, Orozar?"
- Orozar Highstone: "As a matter of fact, I do: our family's honor. Something ye think nothing about, apparently."
- Ural Highstone: "Family honor? Bah! Ye're just afraid the "scandal" will put an end to yer political aspirations."
- Orozar Highstone: "Ye worthless runt. I should just leave ye here to rot with the rest of these Summit scum."
- Ural Highstone: "Maybe ye should. At least here I'm not treated like a beardless child!"
- Orozar Highstone: "Enough! Take yer last look at this miserable place and let's go."
- Ural Highstone: "Go home, Orozar. I'm not leaving."
- Orozar Highstone: "One way or another, you're coming with us Ural!"
 Intermediate dialogue 3
After the cutscene:
- Orozar Highstone: "Grab a master gear out of the gearbox over there; we'll need it to get across the bridge ahead."
- Orozar Highstone: "All right, grab my brother and let's get out of here!"
 Intermediate dialogue 4
Repeated as long as the party is in the area and the bridge is not lowered:
- Orozar Highstone: "What are you waiting for? Lower the bridge!"
- Orozar Highstone: "Make it quick. It isn't going to be easy to get out of this place."
 Reward dialogue
- "I'm sorry for involving ye in this fiasco with my brother, but ye were certainly instrumental in his rescue. My family owes ye a debt of gratitude."