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Revision as of 08:54, March 1, 2010


Proving Loyalties is a quest encountered in the Dwarf Commoner Origin. What began as another dirty job for Beraht became a turning point that the Warden only dared to dream of...

Background

The Warrior Caste is holding a Proving today. Beraht has lots of coins riding on the young fighter Everd and wants you to make sure he wins. Beraht gave you a drug to use on Mainar, Everd's opponent.

Walkthrough

With your pass, the Proving Grounds is now open to you. Touching the stone Carving facing the entrance will yield Codex Entry: Dwarven Faith. A little farther back is Duncan, the conversation with whom will give Codex Entry: Duncan, Codex Entry: The Grey Wardens, and Codex Entry: Darkspawn. Everd's quarters is located in the only accessible combatant area.

Unfortunately, Everd is quite drunk and unable to fight. You will decide (or Leske will convince you) to don Everd's armor and win the Proving in Everd's name. In this conversation, you must choose to:

  • Poison the Mainar's water yourself by (temporarily) directing Mainar to some other place (as either Everd or yourself)
  • Order Leske to do the poisoning, by distracting Mainar while he does so (as either Everd or yourself)
  • Abstain from poisoning the water and win by skill (and Everd’s relatively better gears) alone

The former two options require a point in Coercion.

Note: It is, as of the time of this writing and on the PC version set at the normal difficulty, dubious whether the drug makes a meaningful difference in the fight with Mainar.

Once your decision is made, follow it through until Leske announces that the Proving is about to begin. If you choose not to poison Mainar, the Proving will begin as soon as the conversation concerns Everd ends (and Mainar's room will be inaccessible once you've decided against using the drug). Proceed to the arena, and you will be pitted against three warriors, in this order:

  • Mainar

Enjoy the conversation after Lenka has fallen.

Result

Everd awakes from his drunken stupor and runs into the arena apparently thinking he is late for the Proving, only to realize it was won by an impostor dressed in his armor. This prompts The Warden to remove his/her helmet and be taken into custody by the guards.

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