Family Ties (Nightfall quest)

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Family Ties
Section Kourna Quests
Campaign Nightfall
Given by Zudash Dejarin
in Yohlon Haven
Required hero Koss
Part of The Dejarin Estate
Preceded by The Young Lady Vanishes
Tendering an Offer
Type Secondary quest
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Reunite the members of the Dejarin family.

Quest information[edit]



  • Talk to Ailonseh Dejarin about Koss and the family estate.
  • Deliver Ailonseh's letter to Zudash Dejarin.



Exit into Arkjok Ward from Yohlon Haven. Ailonseh is just a little way to the East of the portal, she will give you a letter when she sees Koss. Talk to Zudash Dejarin in Yohlon Haven for your reward.



  • Unknown 10 Ailonseh Dejarin





Initial dialogue[edit]

Zudash Dejarin

"Koss was a headstrong, impetuous child, and as he grew to manhood we quarreled continually. His poor sister, Ailonseh, always ended up in the middle. When he became a Sunspear it was too much for me and I disowned him. He has not used the family name since.
But now that he's given me back part of the family estates, I see that his heart is in the right place even if he has poor taste in friends...present company excluded.
Find Ailonseh in Arkjok Ward. Tell her what has happened. Ask her to return to me and help rebuild the family estate. Perhaps we can begin anew."
Yes Accept: "Family comes first, always. I'll help reunite the Dejarins."
No Decline: "They can work it out on their own. They're grownups."
Ask Ask: "Find Ailonseh in Arkjok Ward and tell her about Koss being forgiven."

Intermediate dialogue[edit]

Ailonseh Dejarin

"Ahai, dear brother. I am so glad that father has finally forgiven you. Of course I will return to help rebuild the estate. It's small, but it's ours. Here, take this letter to father. I will be along presently. And please, brother, come by and visit. Bring your friends...your new friends."

Reward dialogue[edit]

Zudash Dejarin

"Forgive my tears, but this day is joyous. You have shown me that my son is a good man. Because of his efforts, our family will again be whole. Please excuse me, I've much work to do. Thank you, again."