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'''Talk to [[Ree-Zish]]'''
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'''Talk to [[Ree-Zish]]'''<br>
 
Companion leader Vigrod Wraithbane is offering aid to the Pact at Shor's Stone. He's asked me to work with the [[Argonian]], Ree-Zish to break into the Shor's Stone mine.
 
Companion leader Vigrod Wraithbane is offering aid to the Pact at Shor's Stone. He's asked me to work with the [[Argonian]], Ree-Zish to break into the Shor's Stone mine.
   
   
'''Imbue Effigy of Life and Effigy of Death'''
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'''Imbue Effigy of Life and Effigy of Death'''<br>
 
Ree-Zish asked that I channel the corrupted magicka into the effigies. That should lower the energy shield around the mine.
 
Ree-Zish asked that I channel the corrupted magicka into the effigies. That should lower the energy shield around the mine.
   

Revision as of 12:59, 19 April 2014

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Faction
Ebonheart Pact
Quest giver
Vigrod Wraithbane
Journal region
The Rift
Reward(s)
Companion's Chausses

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Required level
38
Followed by
Storming the Hall
Quest objectives


I've travelled to Shor's Stone, which is under attack by Reachmen. The Companions and the Pact military have marshaled a defense.


Talk to Ree-Zish
Companion leader Vigrod Wraithbane is offering aid to the Pact at Shor's Stone. He's asked me to work with the Argonian, Ree-Zish to break into the Shor's Stone mine.


Imbue Effigy of Life and Effigy of Death
Ree-Zish asked that I channel the corrupted magicka into the effigies. That should lower the energy shield around the mine.


— game journal