Just some Old Drawings
Just some Old Drawings is a Quest in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. Quests can provide unique adventuring experience, as well as powerful gears and treasures. Some quests are time-limited and some can only be completed with certain companions.
The Commander's discovery has brought him one step closer to finding Areelu Vorlesh, the Architect of the Worldwound and sworn enemy of the crusaders. It remains to be seen whether a stack of faded drawings in an old notebook will be enough to lead the Commander to his enemy.
Examine the drawings of Areelu Vorlesh
This notebook was discovered in Nocticula's palace. It once belonged to Areelu Vorlesh and contains a series of sketches made in the same location, at different times. The drawings show how the landscape changed as a result of the Worldwound. The sketches were made a long time ago, so it is difficult ot say what the place would look like now. However, the Commander's advisors will be able to use the landscape's features features to determine its location.
- Order the advisores to study Areelu Vorlesh's drawings
Find and explore the place depicted in Areelu's drawings
The Commander's advisors managed to pinpoint the location from which Areelu Vorlesh drew the landscape depicted in his notebook. It is safe to assume that there must be some kind of camp or residence near this location. Why else would the Architect of the Worldwound make sketches of this place for so many years?
- Reach the location marked on the map by the advisors.
Get out of the trap
- The mysterious place turned out to be a trap. It is protected by powerful magic and Abyssal emanations that allow one to enter but not exit. There is no door to break down, no lock to pick. The Commander must explore the trap and find a way out.
Just some Old Drawings important NPCs
Just some Old Drawings Completed quest information
The Commander failed to capture Areelu Vorlesh. However, exploring his old place of residence has provided him with valuable insights into what he has been doing for the last hundred years. This is important information. In every culture throughout history, strategists have advised military leaders to practice the old adage - "know your enemy."
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