Catch the thieves in the narrow alleyways of Blissborne!
Today your task is to catch the group of thieves who have stolen the Goblet of Kings from King Lucius’ Royal Treasury. Your search takes you to Blissborne’s commoner district. You walk through the alleyways, looking left and right, trying to spot the person you were pursuing in the crowd a moment ago. They were covered head to toe in grey cloaks; a common sight in this city.
Market stalls have been set up all along the storefronts here. One person is selling shoes, another person is selling honey. However, these wares don’t interest you right now. Your eyes are on the prize – the sum of money you will receive for catching the thieves.
You spot a suspicious individual turning left at the nearest junction. You follow, ducking below the laundry hanging between the townhouses. The person starts to run, and so do you. You chase them into a dead end. They turn around, taking off the cloak. A handsome elf with long blond hair stands before you. “I’m not going to give up the goblet to you without a fight”, he states before conjuring a ball of fire in his hand. Combat against him should be easy once you get up close and personal with the sorcerer, but will you be able to dodge the fireballs he throws at you so you can approach him?
- You’re chasing a group of thieves who have stolen the Goblet of Kings from King Lucius’ Royal Treasury. You find one suspicious individual and chase him into a dead end, but the elf won’t go down without a fight.
- There’s a festival happening in Blissborne, and the streets are crowded. At one point you realize you have lost your pouch full of hard-earned gold. You see the thief disappear into an alleyway, and you chase after them. Will you be able to catch them and get back what rightfully belongs to you?
- The festival in Blissborne is known for its delicacies – sweets and honey. You venture between the stalls, sampling what the city has to offer, when suddenly you find a crying child. The girl has lost her mother. Will you be able to locate the missing parent?