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        /        THE ELDER SCROLLS IV               /
       /      Shivering Isles Walkthrough          /
      /               By elsquanto                /
     /                                           /
    ;  1.00 - Version History                      l
    ;  2.00 - Introduction                         l
    ;  3.00 - Main Quest Walkthrough               l
    ;	3.01 - "A Door in Niben Bay"           l
    ;	3.02 - "Through the Fringe of Madness" l
    ;	3.03 - "A Better Mousetrap"            l
    ;	3.04 - "Baiting the Trap"              l
    ;	3.05 - "Understanding Madness"         l
    ;	3.06 - "Addiction"                     l
    ;	3.07 - "The Lady of Paranoia"          l
    ;	3.08 - "The Cold Flame of Agnon"       l
    ;	3.09 - "Ritual of Accession"           l
    ;	3.10 - "Ritual of Mania"               l
    ;	3.11 - "Ritual of Dementia"            l
    ;	3.12 - "Retaking the Fringe"           l
    ;	3.13 - "Rebuilding the Gatekeeper"     l
    ;	3.14 - "The Helpless Army"	       l
    ;       3.15 - "Symbols of Office"             l
    ;       3.16 - "The Roots of Madness"          l
    ;       3.17 - "The End of Order"              l
    ;       3.18 - "The Prince of Madness"         l
    ;  4.00 - Side Quest Walkthrough               l
    ;    Crucible Quests                           l
    ;	 4.01 - "Ushnar's Terror"              l
    ;	 4.02 - "Final Resting"                l
    ;	 4.03 - "A Liquid Solution"            l
    ;	 4.04 - "Brithaur"                     l
    ;	 4.05 - "The Antipodean Hammer"        l
    ;        4.06 - "The Coming Storm              l
    ;    Bliss Quests                              l
    ;	 4.07 - "Falling Awake"                l
    ;	 4.08 - "The Antipodean Hammer"        l
    ;        4.09 - "The Fork of Horripilation"    l
    ;    Other                                     l
    ;	 4.10 - "The Great Divide"             l
    ;    Unmarked Quests                           l
    ;	 4.09 - "The Roofs of Crucible"        l
    ;4.00 - Contact Info/Legal Stuff               l
    ./1.00 - Version History/
    4/19/07 - Added some side quests, last update
    4/15/07 - Finished Main Quest!
    4/12/07 - Added a bunch of Side Quests
    4/06/07 - Made it look pretty, added a bunch of more parts to the main quest
    3/31/07 - Added half the main quest, a bunch of side quests.
    3/26/07 - Faq began, very small things, details only how to get into Shivering
    ./2.00 - Introduction/
    This guide is complete as possible. I will be writing no more walkthroughs. If,
    however you would like to submit your own walkthrough, feel free to contact me
    (bottom of page)
    Shivering Isles.... what is it? Well for one, it is the first "true" expansion
    to come to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. This expansion is huge and of epic
    proportions. It is 25% of the already huge game map. It's the daedric realm of
    Sheogorath, the prince of madness. The environment reflects that to such a huge
    scale. Mushrooms blossoming up out of the ground, creatures that defy every
    aspect of everything, just simple crazedness. And that's only the Fringe
    You'll quickly find that Shivering Isles is full of choices, whether choosing
    to become Duke of Mania or Duke of Dementia, or to put a sword on the
    Gatekeeper instead of a Mace. Eventually, you will have your own unique
    experience, so play through twice...
    Downloading Shivering Isles is easy, simply go to the Oblivion tab in the Xbox
    live marketplace and look for the one which costs. *Note: When I searched new
    releases, Shivering Isles didn't come up, so I would just look in the "All
    games" section.
    Starting later, the retail version of Shivering Isles will become available at
    your local electronics store.
    ./3.00 - Main Quest Walkthrough/
    ---3.01 - A Door in Niben Bay---
    Quest Giver: The Voices in your head
    Reward: Entering Shivering Isles
    The first thing you will notice after you download Shivering Isles is the
    longer load times, don't worry, they won't stay like this for long. You don't
    need to start a new character for Shivering Isles, your old save file will
    suffice. Load it up, and there it is... nothing. You're going to have to wait a
    day or so (in game, thankfully), to get a quest indicator for Shivering Isles.
    This will simply say, "I heard a rumor that a strange doorway has appeared on a
    small island in the Niben Bay, I should go investigate."
    And that is how Shivering Isles begins. You have an option of staying in your
    nice, peaceful, relatively calm Cyrodill... or you can be like the cool kids
    and get to that island. If you do plan on going to the island, it's smack dab
    in the middle of the Niben Bay, I'd recommend fast traveling to the stables
    next to Bravil, then just swimming directly to the... very... odd.... island.
    As you get on the island, the trained eye might spy new alchemical ingredients.
    The untrained eye will at least see the giant face shaped portal looming in
    front of them. There will be a rather angry guard standing in front of the
    gate, and he's not about to let anybody in. But just after he's done warning
    you about the dangers looming inside, a dark elf named Delmyne Drelette will
    pop out, screaming obscenities about not going back, and then flipping out on
    the guard. The guard, being an unkillable character in full armor, will kill
    him no matter what.
    After, you can talk to the guard, who will explain the madness of this
    incident. He is supposed to be guarding the door and not letting anybody in. He
    warns you that everybody who has gone in, has either not returned, or come back
    crazy, like that poor dark elf which the guard just got done murdering. If you
    insist upon going in, he'll grant you entry, despite his job being to stop
    people from doing that exact thing.
    It may take a few tries to "enter" the portal, Sheogorath may yell a few times
    that you're not worthy and some crap like that, but don't listen, be
    persistent, and keep trying. Eventually, he'll let you in.
    You should now be in a small room with a man named Haskil. He'll beckon you to
    sit. Take a moment to ponder the small pendulum toy on his desk for no reason,
    then talk to him. He'll tell you his role, as the Chamberman to lord
    Sheogorath. He'll also give you the oppurtunity to leave. Please, waste the
    2400 microsoft points you spent to buy this? I think not. Say you would like to
    enter, and he'll walk over to the other side of the room and seemingly leave.
    After a few akward seconds of nothing happening, the room will dissolve into a
    bunch of... butterflies?
    You just got your first achievement just by doing this. It's called "Pilgrim"
    and worth twenty points.
    ---3.02 - Through The Fringe of Madness---
    Quest Giver: Haskill
    Reward: Really getting into the Isles
    Remember the moment you first began Oblivion. You walked out of the sewers, and
    saw this huge land in front of you, and you thought, "What do I do!?" Here is
    that feeling once again, only this time, it will have a much more "wtf?" spin
    on things. The landscape is very hilly, there are trees with mushroom tops for
    heads, and everything seems spun on its head. Before you become too daunted by
    this spectacle, get something to keep you busy, such as exploring.
    After a few moments of walking, you may encounter a new creature. I found a
    nice plump one with a small club myself. Afterwards, head on down to the town
    nearby. This place is called "Passwall", and it's just full of people who want
    to get into the rest of Shivering Isles, but are waiting to pass the
    Gatekeeper. Already, you can see some of the crazy NPC's in this bizarre realm.
    Ask any of the NPC's about the Gatekeeper, and they'll beckon you to come
    watch, he's about to kill some adventurers now. Then they'll start running, way
    up to the area in front of the gates. The gatekeeper is in the middle of a
    group of knights in full steel armor, and in about thirty seconds, totally
    destroys them all. The last one, the Orc Adventurer Captain, will flee in
    Now, if you took the time to check out that huge, hulking mass of body parts
    which seems straight out of Resident Evil, you may be slightly scared to fight
    such a creature. You can fight it normally, but it's easier to kill him with
    one of the quests. Even your journal will recommend you go back into Passwall.
    The way I got in, I first spoke to a nice redguard man in Passwall, who said
    that a man named Jayred thinks that he knows how to defeat him. Go and talk to
    this Jayred character, and boy is he a character! This man will mention how
    good things look without the skin on them, and you may have noticed the skulls
    littering the ground. Yes, this man is obsessed with bones. He says that the
    only way to defeat the gatekeeper, is to shoot it with arrows from its own
    bones. Flawless Logic!
    He says that there is a skeleton of an old gatekeeper in the Gardens of Flesh
    and Bone, but he can't pick the lock, that's where you come in.
    He'll ask you to come with him, and he'll start running very fast towards the
    Northwest, towards the gates to the Gardens of Flesh and Bone. He'll wait for
    you to pick the lock, (very easy), lol. Jump in, and some other creatures may
    attack you, skeletons of other monsters and even people.
    After you've cleared the garden of enemies, Jayred will stoop over and grab
    some bone from the skeleton, then he'll tell you to meet him in a few hours
    when the bone arrows are ready. Wait the neccesary time, and after an hour or
    so, go to his house. He should have them ready and invite you to fight the
    gatekeeper with him.
    Fighting the gatekeeper shouldn't be too much of a problem after this quest. He
    went down after three arrows with me and Jayred's combined firepower, then I
    fought him again and destroyed him with nothing but a fire enchanted weapon.
    After you defeat the gatekeeper, remove the keys from its corpse and wait for
    Haskil to come. He'll ramble on about the glory of Shivering Isles and detail
    the lands, and also tell you that Lord Sheogorath wants to see you. He'll then
    leave you alone, you now have the choice between entering Dementia and Mania,
    the two lands of Sheogorath, this is really where the classic Oblivion feeling
    kicks in. Have fun!
    ---3.03 - "A Better Mousetrap"---
    Quest Giver: Sheogorath
    Reward: None
    Your first objective in Shivering Isles is to walk to the exact opposite side
    of the map from where you entered. This will give you the oppurtunity to check
    out your surroundings and explore a little bit. I checked out a few caves, and
    even the Hill of Suicides, before I went on to trecking. When you do finally
    reach the city of New Sheoth, you can eneter through either Crucible or Bliss,
    it doesn't matter. Climb up the lofty stairs on either side in order to enter
    the palace area. This is a courtyard, and the actual palace is across the way,
    with a Dark Seducer guard and a Golden Saint flanking the entrance.
    Enter the palace, on the throne you'll find the god himself, Sheogorath, with
    Haskill standing over him. Talk to Sheogorath, who will explain the story. He
    wishes you to stop Jyggalag, the ruler of the Order, from proceeding with the
    Greymarch. His first goal for you is to head to Xedilian, where Sheogorath
    sends the trespassers to his realm. He will give you the manual to Xedilian and
    a nifty device called the Attenuator of Justice.
    Head over to Xedilian, it's on the Southern side of Shivering Isles. Your goal
    is to activate the Resonator of Judgement (ignore the similarity to Gears of
    War), by placing three focus crystals in their slots. Both the crystals and the
    slots are scattered throughout the ruin. Enter the ruin via the bridge in
    front, and you'll find out this entire place is filled with Grummites. These
    are stout little creatures, the equivalent of goblins in Shivering Isles. When
    you come to your first metal grate, there is a push block on the wall near you
    that you may want to press. You'll reach a room with more grummites this time,
    and one of them is shooting lightning, oh no!
    The lightning shooting one is the shaman, and she is normally surrounded by a
    couple of her buddies. Engage the small grummites first, and keep them in
    between you and the shaman, using them as shields for the Shaman's attacks.
    When you finish off her helpers, charge her and finish her off. Take her staff,
    you'll find the focus crystal on top. There should be a torch like object
    nearby - activate it in order to place the focus crystal, which will open the
    gate nearby for further exploring. After a hallway or two, you'll find a push
    block right in front of you. Make sure you have some health before pressing
    this one, as it will drop you into the level below.
    The next shaman is very close, repeat the process used on the first shaman to
    advance even farther in the ruin. Go through a large room, kill some more
    grummites, and you'll find a door into a lower section of the ruin,"Halls of
    Judgement". The Shaman you will encounter in this zone will have Chameleon, so
    look for air distortions in order to discover her. Eventually, you'll find the
    Resonator of Judgement.
    ---3.04 - "Baiting the Trap"---
    Quest Giver: Kiliban Nyrandil
    Reward: Explorer's Loot, Dawnfang/Duskfang
    After activating the Resonator, take an immediate left and enter the
    conveniently placed portal. You'll find yourself face to face with a man named
    Kiliban Nyrandil. If you haven't read the manual of Xedilian yet, Kiliban, the
    dungeon's caretaker will explain its purpose. The dungeon is meant for taking
    care of trespassers, and you'll be the one taking care of them.
    Go to each station, where you will either choose death or madness for each one
    of the explorers. At the first zone, you can decide whether to have them
    attacked by a swarm of snarl's, or make the small snarl grow giant. When one of
    them is either dead or insane, take the portal to the next zone. Here, you can
    decide to fill the room with keys, driving one of them insane, or just burning
    the guy outright. Either way, the last one, a warrior, will continue. He'll go
    into a room full of zombies. You can either awaken the zombies, or give him an
    "out of body" experience.
    When you're done, Kiliban will offer you your "well earned" reward. A focus
    crystal, various posessions of the explorers, and the Orc's sword. This sword
    is known as either Dawnfang or Duskfang based on whether it is night or day.
    The sword levels with you, and gains power every time you kill someone. But,
    the power of the sword will leave you when converted to its alternate.
    When you try to leave, you'll be attacked by three Knights of Order, they
    shouldn't be too hard to kill, especially with your new friend
    Dawnfang/Duskfang. After their defeat, talk to Kiliban, who will give you the
    task of telling Sheogorath that the knights have returned.
    ---3.05 - "Understanding Madness---
    Quest Giver: Sheogorath
    Reward: Summon Haskill spell
    Go back to your pal Sheogorath, who will brush off the issue about the Knights
    of Order as not a big deal, and will offer you a new ability that you should
    have a lot of fun with. He gives you the ability to summon Haskill. When you
    summon Haskill, he won't fight, lest he cause any damage to the fine clothes
    that he wears. Sheogorath will have you practice summoning him a few times,
    which is quite funny actually. Sheogorath will warn you not to summon him
    outside of the realm, and then he'll finally give you your mission.
    You are to speak to both Thadon, the Duke of Mania, and Syl, the Duchess of
    Dementia, and see if they have anything for you to do. Speaking to Thadon will
    give you the quest "Addiction", and Syl will give you the quest "The Lady of
    ----3.06 - "Addiction" ---
    Quest Giver: Thadon
    Reward: None
    Finding Thadon shouldn't be too difficult, he will either be at his throne, or
    in his conservatory painting a pretty picture. Having a conversation with
    Thadon will be difficult. He is addicted to mind altering substances, not much
    of a surprise after seeing his garden. He will have a long winded conversation
    which heads pretty much nowhere for a while, but eventually, he will task you
    with finding a chalice to cure his addiction to a drug called Felldew.
    It's impossible to get a coherent location on where to find the Chalice from
    Thadon, so talk to one of his advisors. I spoke to the Argonian next to him,
    who promptly gave me the location after a bit of persuasion and a charm spell.
    The chalice is in Dunroot Burrow, north of New Sheoth. Take a nice walk there
    and enjoy the scenery, or fast travel. The cave door cannot be opened until you
    ingest some Felldew, luckily, you can find some on the Elytra right outside.
    This will open a membrane which previously blocked the entrance.
    This dungeon is very long, difficult, and complex. I would make sure to have
    plenty of potions, repair hammers, and anything you would get before a hard
    Consuming the first batch of Felldew will give you an addiction to the
    substance, which you will need to deal with until you reach the Chalice.
    Felldew addiction works like this. After you consume it, it will boost your
    attributes for a while, about a minute (real time). After it expires, you will
    get a message saying that the Felldew is wearing off, and you will return to
    normal. After a little bit more waiting, you will start to suffer withdrawal
    symptoms, which will decrease your attributes. You will fall into deeper and
    deeper withdrawal until the lack of Felldew begins to drain your health.
    To stop this decline in stats, you will need to ingest more Felldew, feeding
    your addiction. These can be found on Elytra throughout the cave, signified by
    their greenish glow. The Elytra with Felldew inside them will not attack you at
    the same time that you are on Felldew, so they will be nonhostile at the
    moment. My suggestion is to only consume more Felldew when your attributes are
    drained to the point that you become over-encumbered.
    The dungeon itself is quite complex. The first level poses no difficulties, but
    the second one will give you a choice of three paths, where the ones on the
    left lead to amber and the one on the right leads you even deeper into the
    dungeon. In the next level, which is basically a maze, just go straight to get
    farther in, the other hallways lead to decent loot, as well as more Elytra and
    traps. In the final level, the door is blocked by branches, so take the long
    looping path around on the right.
    In the bottom is a door actually built by people. There will be Felldew addicts
    in this room, as well as the Chalice. Kill the addicts, grab the Chalice, and
    leave. Note that in this room you can find more Felldew, which is worth 25
    gold, a pair of wrist irons, and some mild loot. Take the door on the right,
    which will lead you directly outside.
    Out here, you'll find your first active Obelisk. This spawns Knights of Order,
    which you have fought before. There is also a Priest of Order, who respawns.
    Attempting to enter the priest's inventory while he's "dead" will result in
    shock damage. In order to defeat the obelisk, place three hearts in it, which
    can be found on the bodies of the Knights of Order that you kill.
    --- 3.07 - The Lady of Paranoia ---
    Quest Giver: Syl
    Reward: None
    Finding Syl can be a bit harder than Thadon. She will sometimes lock herself
    away in a room in the back of the palace, but when she's not there, you can
    find her in the Torture Chamber, or sitting at her throne with her two
    advisors. She will give you the title of Grand Inquisitor, your task being to
    capture all of the spies plotting to kill her. She will also have her advisor
    Herdia be your torturer.
    What to do? Start talking to people about "conspiracy". If they claim not to
    know anything... torture them. If they really don't do anything after three
    torturings, then Herdia will urge you to stop. They won't know anything.
    Who to torture? I began with the redguard advisor to Syl, who, after a bit of
    torturing led me to Anya. Torture her, and she'll say that a khajiit named
    Ma'zahdda tried to recruit her to kill Syl. This guy can be found in Crucible,
    most of the time within his house, or the church. Talk to him, and he will
    claim that he will not give himself up unless you have proof of the plot.
    Now, there will be no target to torture, so go out among the citizens. Most
    won't know anything, but a few, notably the owner of the weapons store
    "Cutter's Weapons", will know that Ma'Zahdda meets with a Dark Seducer named
    Nelrene every night. After midnight every night, the pair will meet behind
    Ma'Zahdda's house underneath a balcony. You'll need to eavesdrop on their
    conversation, so send Herdia away and sneak into the corner on the balcony that
    overlooks their conversation spot.
    The conversation is very revealing, and will be enough to speak to Ma'Zahdda
    again. (Nelrene won't say anything). He will fess up, and tell you to meet him
    in his house the next day where he will have proof of the conspiracy to give to
    you. Surprisingly, it's not a trap! However, he will be dead, slain on the
    floor of his house. Search him for the key to his cupboard, which is upstairs.
    In the cupboard, you will find a note and Nelrene's ceremonial sword. Reading
    the note will grant you enough evidence to pin Muurine, a high elf who lives
    across the street. When you speak to her, she'll confess.
    Go back to the House of Dementia, where Syl will have Muurine killed in the
    torture chamber.
    --- 3.08 - The Cold Flame of Agnon
    Quest Giver: Sheogorath
    Reward: The Raiment of Arden-Sul OR
    The Raiment of Intrigue
    Sheogorath will finally tell you what he really wants. He wants you to stop the
    Greymarch, and kinda become him. He does have a problem he needs dealt with.
    The Flame of New Sheoth has burned out, and you need to go get it back. He
    warns you to leave his minions alone.
    This fort is way in the Northwest of the Isles, and is filled with Golden
    Saints and one Dark Seducer. The Golden Saints and Dark Seducers do not have
    good opinions of eachother. You'll eventually learn that the Golden Saints are
    planning an attack to get the flame from the Mazken (dark seducers).
    You can choose to either help the Dark Seducers by defending against the
    attack, or you can scout ahead for the Golden Saints and warn them to attack
    through the Underdeep. Both commanders want to defeat their rivals, and you can
    help either side. The battle is actually quite epic, and after you annhilate
    the side you picked against, the leader of your side will sacrifice themselves
    in the altar.
    To retreive the flame, go back to the surface, where you can walk into the
    flame in order to "capture" it. After you grab it by stepping into the pyre,
    proceed back to New Sheoth and enter the church. You have the option of giving
    the flame to either Mania or Dementia. Both priests will offer you a reward for
    putting it in their side.
    Arctus, the Nord priest, will offer you the Raiment of Intrigue if you light
    the fire for Dementia. This Raiment gives you boosts in Sneak, Security, Speed
    and Luck, so I would advise that all stealth based characters light the fire
    for Dementia.
    Dervenin, the Wood Elf in the hood, will offer you the Raiment of Arden-Sul.
    This will give you Intellegence, Shield, Resist Paralysis, and Willpower. I
    would advise that all mages or warriors pick this raiment.
    After placing the flame, you can carry it from one side of the temple to the
    other, giving yourself a boost. Not leaving the flame in the temple will allow
    you to run around on fire for as long as you want. Fun =).
    ---- 3.09 - Ritual of Accession
    Quest Giver: Sheogorath
    Reward: Becoming a Duke/Duchess
    Before wasting the walk all the way to the palace to talk to Sheogorath,
    realize that he is right there in the Chapel. He wants you to take over the
    position of Duke for either Madness or Dementia. There is only one problem with
    this; there are already people in those positions. Speak to both priests about
    the Ritual of Accession (how to take the position) of the Duke and Duchess,
    both involve killing the current one.
    When you've made your decision on which side you would like to be Duke of, talk
    to Sheogorath. You may want to save beforehand, allowing you to get both
    ---- 3.10 - Ritual of Mania
    Quest Giver: Sheogorath
    Reward: Become a Duke/Duchess AND
    Ring of Lordship AND
    Diadem of Euphoria
    In order to perform the Ritual of Mania, the current ruler must overdose on
    greenmote, a potent drug which will kill in three doses. This quest requires
    lots of sneaking, and resembles many of the Dark Brotherhood quests. The Priest
    of Mania, Dervenin, will tell you to bring back his blood.
    You can start out by talking to some of the townspeople about "Thadon", and
    they will probably point you to Wide-eye, Thadon's argonian servant. She can be
    found in the conservatory reading, or in Thadon's court, or sleeping... in the
    same bed as Thadon's other servant.
    Use speechcraft, charm spells, or bribes to raise her disposition high enough
    and you will be able to inquire about her daily routine. Most of it is
    pointless, but she will say that at noon, she runs a "special errand", and at
    8:00, Thadon dines. Make sure to ask about Greenmote, and she will say that
    "All the jokes and gold in the world won't convince me to tell you where that
    is". So much for disposition.
    The only way to find out is to follow her. Wait until about 11:30, and track
    her all the way from the Conservatory to the palace grounds, where the
    Greenmote Silo is hidden behind a secret statue. Make sure you've stocked up on
    invisibility potions, chameleon, etc. before entering.
    You'll enter a cave, and after a bit of walking, you'll have three possible
    choices as to which path to select. I would recommend the path on the right, as
    I encountered no guards while walking through there. The other two paths will
    lead to Golden Saints. Make sure you stay right throughout the entire cave,
    hiding in shadows and not getting out of sneak mode.
    At the end, you will come to a door. Within the door, you'll discover Wide-eye
    doing something by the desk, and a HUGE pile of greenmote lying before you. You
    only need two samples however. On the desk in the back of the room, you can
    find some good alchemy equipment as well as samples of unrefined greenmote.
    You can just run out, as the greenmote does not count as stolen property. The
    Golden Saints will arrest you, but you can simply pay their fine. The only
    downside to this is that the alchemy equipment as well as any plants you
    harvested while in the Greenmote silo do count as stolen, so you'll lose those.
    After you have the greenmote, your next task should be the private quarters.
    Enter through the locked door in the back of the conservatory, and be careful,
    as there are more golden saints in here. Take a left at the entrance, and the
    food and drink that you need to poison are all the way on the left, passed two
    Golden Saints. You can either sneak by or kill them, killing them only gives
    you a bounty of 5 gold.
    Either way, in the last room, go to the tray of food and activate it to poison
    it, and find the largest wine bottle, and poison that too. Now the deed is
    done, so exit the private quarters, go sit down at Thadon's table, and wait for
    Thadon will sit down and begin to eat, then he'll get up and start talking. He
    mentions how wonderful he feels tonight, and then he will begin to recite a
    soliloquy he wrote. Halfway through the soliloquy, he will clutch his heart,
    and die. Go over and take his blood, as well as his nice crown, and head on
    back to the temple.
    Here, you must put his blood on the altar, which will immediately catch on
    fire, and the preist will pronounce you duke of Mania. This ceremony will be
    interrupted by Syl however, who will run in and say that the Knights of Order
    have taken over the Fringe, and that she is sick of Sheogorath. She threatens
    that you haven't seen the last of her, and walks out.
    ---- 3.11 - Ritual of Dementia
    Quest Giver: Sheogorath
    Reward: Become a Duke/Duchess,
    Ring of Lordship, Nerveshatter
    Becoming the Duke of Dementia requires assassinating the current ruler, your
    good old friendly Syl. She, unlike Thadon, has grown weary of threats because
    she fears that Sheogorath (correctly) wants her replaced. Go speak with her
    court, whom you can persuade to help you.
    Talk to both Anya and Kithlan, who are both tired of Syl. They will offer to
    help you kill her. Anya will distract the guards, and Kithlan will give you the
    key. Upon entering the private quarters you will be confronted by Mazken, who
    will attack you on sight. Syl has escaped through the tunnels. She really
    doesn't feel like dying today apparently...
    Activate Shegorath's statue to enter Xirethard. Stay close to the walls to
    avoid the spells being thrown at you, and keep going through, killing every
    Dark Seducer you come across. Finally, you'll reach Syl. Kill her, take her
    heart and her nifty warhammer, and go back to the temple.
    This causes the exact opposite thing to happen as last time. Thadon comes in,
    upset at the death of Syl, and promises to join the enemy.
    ---- 3.12 - Retaking the Fringe
    Quest Giver: Sheogorath
    Reward: None =(
    This quest is heavily dependent on whether you  chose to become Duke of Mania
    or Dementia. Travel back to the Gates of Madness, and re-enter the Fringe.
    You'll find it completely taken over by that crystally obelisk stuff.
    Everything has changed, so if you bothered to explore all of the Fringe before
    entering the Isles, guess what? You're doing it again!
    The keepers of the Fringe will be either Dark Seducers or Golden Saints
    depending on whether you picked Mania or Dementia. Whatever the case, the
    guards will be under attack by Knights of Order. Jump in and help your comrades
    finish the Knights, and speak to whoever is in command.
    The Commander will ask you to command the troops. You can either have them
    stand their ground, go on the flank, or stand back with a bow. You can have up
    to six troops depending on which ones survived the initial wave. I used two
    swordsmen, two archers, and one other saint to stand ground, and did
    surprisingly well. You can hold your own ground, there is no need to depend
    upon your allies.
    The enemies will attack in three waves. They shouldn't be too difficult to
    kill, so long as you have any allies at all. After your forces have shrugged
    off three waves, speak to the commander again, who will tell you her plan. The
    plan is to sneak into the ruin of Xedeffen and deactivate the Pillar in the
    middle of Passwall. Which really means: You need to sneak into the ruin of
    Xedeffen and deactivate the Pillar in the middle of Passwall.
    Xedeffen is across a mini-lake, where there is a small maze to find the
    entrance. Upon entering, there will be one knight, as well as a priest. If you
    suck at lockpicking, no worries, because the priest apparently does too, and he
    has a key.
    Most of the Knights in this ruin will attack in groups of three, or two with a
    priest. It shouldn't be difficult, but if it is, don't forget that you can
    always summon a Golden Saint or Dark Seducer. Enter the Great Chamber, and you
    will find Shelden, the redguard from Passwall. He'll mention his story, then he
    will join you in the fray.
    Your next step should be destroying the Obelisk. Have Shelden and possibly
    another summon distract the Knights while you place hearts of order, (which you
    should have been collecting from all of the knights you killed), into the
    obelisk. Three hearts is the magic number. Placing three will cause the room to
    begin to collapse, looks like you need to find a new way out.
    The good news is, the way out is very linear and without a lot of enemies. The
    bad news? The entire ruin is collapsing around you Metroid style. Tread
    lightly, as pillars, ceilings, and statues cave in where you walk. There are
    knights in here as well, but they seem to like being crushed under falling
    Make your way out of the ruin, and you will be told to go back to Sheogorath,
    they're still amazed that you're still alive.
    ---- 3.13 - Rebuilding the Gatekeeper
    Quest Giver: Sheogorath...yet again
    Reward: Various Powers AND
    Summon Flesh Atronach greater power
    Sheogorath will have another task for you when you return. He has the idea of
    building a new gatekeeper so that you won't need to sacrifice golden saints to
    hold The Fringe. It's not as easy as it sounds. He doesn't have a
    "build-your-owm-gatekeeper" kit lying around, so you'll need to travel to the
    ruin of Xaselm, which is conveniently located near the Gates of Madness. Ask
    Haskill about it before you leave, and he'll take the pleasure of enabling you
    to fast travel there.
    Xaselm is filled with the new mean scary undead of Shivering Isles. You'll
    discover Skinned Hounds, which are very fast and extremely resistant to poison.
    You'll also come across flesh Atronachs, which are very nimble and flexible
    walking zombies. There are also Shamblers, which resemble giant walking
    dinosaur skeletons, and normal skeletons. I've found power attacks to be the
    best defense against any of these, especially when combined with fire for the
    flesh atronach.
    Either way, this ruin is extremely linear. Apart from one subcave in which you
    might find an enemy or two, it's pretty much a safe path. Any gate that you
    come across can be opened by a switch directly next to it. In a few places,
    there will be statues which shoot spells at you, so stay near the walls and
    behind cover to minimize damage.
    There are a few interesting notes to read in this ruin. Relmyna has apparently
    done some expirementing, and you can take a glimpse onto what she was trying to
    figure out, whether it be replacing somebody's blood with frog blood or taking
    off one of their arms to see if they would fight harder. All for science of
    When you reach her, she'll tell you off for killing the old Gatekeeper, but
    after a while, she'll agree to make another. However, she will need some
    ingredients first. She needs you to find four things from the Gardens of Flesh
    and Bone. She'll even give you a nifty key so that you don't need to survive
    Xaselm every single time.
    Osseous Marrow
    Dermis Membrane
    Essence of Breath
    Blood Liqueur
    Make your way to the Gardens of Flesh and Bone, the entrance to the ruin part
    is right across the courtyard. Be careful as you walk in, as there's more
    falling rocks. You have map markers to each of the ingredients, which should
    make them easy to find. Some branches will open before you, others require
    nifty switches that look like plants.
    Osseoous Marrow is in the Conservatorium Corposculum, on a balcony in the
    southern part of the zone. It looks kind of like an oversized Shambler.
    Dermis Membrane is in the same zone. Walk over the log bridge and jump down to
    skip a lot of fighting.
    Essence of Breath is in the Caverns of Susseration. When you first enter, you
    may walk on top of the green arrow, but the actual ingredient is a few levels
    below you. Do you see that eery green mist? Follow it. This part of the cave is
    filled with hungers, and they're going to try and sap your agility. As long as
    you don't let them do that, they'll be incredibly easy to kill. When you reach
    the Essence of Breath, wait for the vial to fill up before taking it. There's a
    boss "stump" nearby.
    Wound Bled Tears is at the bottom of the dungeon. In order to access the room
    that it's in, you'll need to push three blocks on the small tomb in front of
    the door. Each block will spring a different trap, so jump out of the way once
    you push them. Then, wade across the pool of blood to grab the ingredient.
    Return to Relmyna, who will tell you to go select the parts of the gatekeeper.
    Turns out there WAS a kit all along. Choose wisely, as the choices you make
    will have an effect later. After creating the gatekeeper, you can activate it
    to get a special power from the gatekeeper. You can only have one of these at a
    time, but don't fret, you can always return for a new one.
    Here are the powers you can get from the gatekeeper, choose the body parts to
    get the power... You can choose one head, one torso, one pair of legs, and two
    arms - one weapon and one defensive.
    Angry Mind - Fortify Willpower 20 pts for 60 seconds
    Helm of Power - Fortify Strength 20 pts for 60 seconds
    Breast of Life - Fortify Health 100 points for 60 seconds
    Breast of Magic - Fortify Magicka 100 points for 60 seconds
    Legs of Nimbleness - Fortify Agility 20 points for 60 seconds
    Legs of Fortitude - Fortify Endurance 20 points for 60 seconds
    Heart of Spell Turning - Reflect Spell 20 points for 30 seconds
    Heart of Wound Sharing - Reflect Damage 20% for 30 seconds
    Arm of Fire Shield - Fire Shield 20% for 60 seconds
    Arm of Ice Shield - Frost Shield 20% for 60 seconds
    Arm of Shock Shield - Shock Shield 20% for 60 seconds
    Arm of Slashing = Fortify Blade 20 points for 60 seconds
    Arm of Chopping = Fortify Blunt 20 points for 60 seconds
    Arm of Bashing = Fortify Blunt 20 points for 60 seconds
    Relmyna will then lead you to the Fringe, right to the Gates of Madness. She'll
    give you ques to keep putting in new things. All you need to  do is walk into
    the scary pool of death to place them. She'll ramble on with plenty of
    metaphors and things that don't really matter, and once she summons a flesh
    Atronach to sacrifice itself in the pool, it will be done. The pool will
    explode, and you will gain the ability to summon a Flesh Atronach once a day
    for 60 seconds.
    Then, you'll be done. Some knights of order will come, and you can watch the
    Gatekeeper totally annhilate them. Just like his papa. Return to Sheogorath to
    announce the good news.
    ---- 3.14 - The Helpless Army
    Quest Giver: Sheogorath
    Reward: Golden Saint/Dark Seducer Armor AND
    Summon Golden Saint/Dark Seducer greater power
    Before Sheogorath can finish congratulating you, either a Golden Saint or a
    Dark Seducer will enter, depending on whether you chose Mania or Dementia. The
    Golden Saints want you to go help out at Brellach, to the North East, and the
    Dark Seducers need help at Pinnacle Rock. Both missions are pretty much exactly
    the same.
    Basically, go in there and kick some Knight of Order ass. That's all it is. You
    have some Dark Seducers/Golden Saints on your side. Whenever you see a crystal
    barrier, look for a chime nearby to break it. The commander will be trapped
    inside one of these barriers. She'll agree to help out, so start moving again.
    However, as soon as you leave, the Dark Seducers/Saints will freeze and you'll
    be left alone for the rest of the ruin. Luckily, it's very linear. When you
    reach the end, you'll see the Wellspring, (that's your goal), stopped up by
    crystals. There is a chime in each corner of the room. You need to have them
    all ringing at the same time to break the crystal. You can ignore the enemies,
    because as soon as the crystals are broken, your allies will rush in and
    destroy the remaining opposition.
    They'll give you two things, the armor of the faction you helped out, and a
    spell to summon one of them to aid you. Now you can summon both a Golden Saint
    and a Dark Seducer, though not at the same time.
    ---- 3.15 - Symbols of Office
    Quest Giver: Haskill (combo breaker)
    Reward: Shadowrend, Staff of Sheogorath,
    Other loot
    Go back to speak with your homeboy Sheogorath, who will reveal something. He IS
    Jyggylag. I geuss the cat's out of the bag. He will grow to about four times
    his normal size and vanish, leaving you and Haskill behind. Now what?
    Haskill has an idea. He sends you to a place called "Knifepoint Hollow", the
    lost library of Jyggylag. He believes that if you go there, you will figure out
    a way to sit on Sheogorath's throne with his staff. This will theoretically
    allow you to stop the Greymarch. Head on down to this library, which is in the
    center of the Isles. Face its lone defender: a flesh atronach, and find the old
    man sitting in the chair.
    This man is named Dyus. He will go on a long winded deep speech about his
    history and what you need to recreate the staff of Sheogorath. There are two
    parts which make up the physical staff of Sheogorath. The two things are a
    branch from the grove of reflection, and the eye of a woman named Ciirta.
    In this ruin, try not to jump into the pit, because that will result in facing
    a slew of flesh atronaches. Instead, go out the same way you came in. I would
    suggest going to the grove of reflection first, which is in the cave Milchar.
    You really only need to fight one creature in Milchar. After that, just go
    straight, and there's a rather large door to enter, leading to the Grove of
    Reflection. Jump down the hole, and walk into the pool. There is a nifty
    obelisk in the middle. You don't need to activate it, instead, walking up to it
    will spawn a "shadow" copy of yourself. This shadow will immediately try to
    kill you.
    Your clone has the exact same abilities and armor as you, but with one
    difference. The weapon that your clone carries is known as Shadowrend, arguably
    the best weapon in the game. While fighting your clone, take these tips to
    - Your clone always starts out by summoning your best summon. For most people,
    this will be the Flesh Atronach, but 	better conjurers may have to face Daedra
    Lords, Xivilai's and the like... Your best defense would be to summon one 		of
    your own.
    - Take anything that you have with chameleon off. You don't really want to
    fight anybody with 100% chameleon do 		you? Unless you have detect life of
    - If your character has any bound weapon spells, makes sure to silence them as
    the battle starts. If they summon a 		weapon, Shadowrend will be unequipped and
    you won't be able to gather it from their body.
    After defeating your clone, grab Shadowrend, and get yourself a branch. Take
    the teleporter to get out of the grove, and walk right out. Your next
    destination is Howling Halls. You need to steal a lady's eye.
    Howling Halls is in the SE of Shivering Isles, and it is filled with Apostles,
    who are the equivalent of Necromancers as far as I've seen. In the first zone,
    there will be three apostles. Kill 'em all and collect their daggers. You'll
    need them for later. Look around for a while too. On the throne in the first
    large hall, there's a basket filled with gems. There's also a chest in the
    right side near the entrance to the next zone, containing a large sum of gold
    and a levelled weapon.
    But then progress, you should find a Khajiit apostle named Ra'kheran. He will
    do one of two things. If you aren't wearing anything he will extend truce to
    you and hand you a set of apostle's robes. If you are wearing Apostle's robes,
    he will see through your disguise. You have one of two options here. You can
    put on the robes, and get three daggers for Ra'kheran, who will kill Ciitra
    along with two other renegade apostles, but what's the fun in that. The real
    glory lies in going through and slaughtering every apostle in the dungeon.
    No matter which path you take, Ciitra isn't hard to kill, and the apostles will
    be able to do it without intervention. However, there are a few sources of
    interest in this zone otherwise. In a corner in one of the hallways where you
    first entered the second zone, there is a table with a unique item on it. This
    would be the pelvis of Pelaguin, one of the items needed in the quest "Museum
    of Oddities".
    In the room where you kill Ciirta, look around. You should see some ramp shaped
    ledges. Use the tables to get onto these ledges, then the ledges to get onto
    the rafters. Here, you will find some flawless diamonds, as well as some gold.
    Return to Dyus, who will majically bond a branch you ripped off of a tree and
    an eye you ripped right out of an Apostle's socket. The staff is however, not
    complete. You still need to soak it in the Font of Madness, tucked behind
    Sheogorath's old throne.
    ---- 3.16 - The Roots of Madness
    Quest Giver: Haskill
    Reward: Completed Staff of Sheogorath AND
    Diadem of Euphoria OR Nerveshatter
    Upon your arrival at Sheogorath's throne to soak the staff, the fountain will
    not work... Time to talk to your bud Haskill and troubleshoot. He already knows
    the answer, that was fast. The Font of Madness has been tainted by Order. Who
    has tainted it? SYL!... or Thadon if you decided to usurp Dementia.
    So how do you cleanse this? Your first step would be to enter the Fountainhead.
    It's entrance is a door in the back of the tree. Yes, a door in a tree. The
    door will lead into a cave which leads under New Sheoth. This cave has a few
    inhabitants, but the ones you are interested in are the tame Gnarls. These guys
    will open up the doors which would normally be blocked by Order crystals. There
    are also hostile gnarls however, and those will normally have a silver aura
    around them.
    The first gnarl you see will go ahead and open the door for you. Thank you nice
    Mr. Gnarl. When you get into the second zone, there are multiple paths. Keep
    looking at the ceiling to find "Gnarl Cultivators", they're shaped like huge
    lampshades with teeth... you can't miss 'em. These nifty devices will spawn
    tame gnarls which will open more doors for you.
    The ruin is very mazelike, so just follow the quest arrow. You'll find some
    small pools of water, with one Preist of Order, and two very large ones with
    preists of order. Make sure to take the Shards of Order from their bodies, as
    they can be used to open the Root doors. While in the pools, they will heal you.
    You need to shut down two large pools. When doing either, summon something (try
    your Golden Saint/Dark Seducer) and use it simply as a distraction. Take out
    the preists first, so that the order will be removed and the pools will heal
    you as long as you stand in them for the rest of the fight. Take out the gnarls
    The next large pool will contain Syl/Thadon. Ignore them, and start killing
    preists and summoning things. The former Duke/Duchess will have a monologue,
    and then will attack you. By now, hopefully, you've killed all of the priests.
    If you consider these battles to be very hard, then you're probably not ready
    for what's coming up next. Make as many potions of healing as possible,
    recharge all of your enchanted weapons, break out the repair hammers... you
    have a big battle ahead of you.
    ---- 3.17 - The End of Order
    Quest Giver: Captain of the Palace Guard
    Reward: Being able to participate in an
    epic battle
    As soon as you soak the staff, the captain of the guard whom you chose will
    send a messenger. This messenger bears a message from somebody on the other
    side of the room. The captain of the guard will reveal that an Obelisk has
    opened in the courtyard. It turns out those huge order crystals just sitting in
    the palace courtyard are actually dangerous. Who would've thought!?
    She will ask if you would like to lead the troops yourself or have her lead
    them. Real men will lead them themselves. Run out, and the Obelisk on the left
    will be active. Hopefully, you've been saving up your Hearts of Order, or else
    this battle may be a wee bit harder than it needs to be. The Knights should be
    distracted by your army, so just go around and keep putting Hearts into the
    obelisk. When you destroy it, the other one will spawn, so repeat the process.
    Upon defeating the second obelisk, a blue light will flash, killing all of your
    allies. Just what you needed. You may recall the name of that god you're
    fighting. You know, the one that the entire game you spend trying to kill.
    Jyggy... something? Anyway, he appears and *surprise* tries to kill you.
    Defeating Jyggylag is no easy feat. He's about three times your size and is a
    master of blade. Don't even try to block, unless you are at least an expert.
    Anything he throws at you will stagger if you try to block him. Just keep
    slashing away, maybe summon a friend to help you. If all else fails, go into
    the menu and turn the difficulty slider down. Avoid the bottom of the stairs,
    as the obelisk will cast spells at you.
    When he is defeated, his giant floating head will appear and grant you the
    power of Sheogorath.
    ---- 3.18 - The Prince of Madness
    Quest Giver: Jyggylag (say it out loud, it's fun)
    Reward: This entire quest is your reward
    Jyggylag will tell you the history of the Greymarch, among other things.
    Finally, you will have the entire story. Isn't that just dandy?
    But you probably don't care about that. You just want your reward, huh, (cites
    end of the episode "Knee Deep in the Dead", from the original DOOM). Well, you
    get plenty of that, just go talk to your good pal Haskill inside the palace.
    Your rewards...
    - The obelisks throughout the Isles are deactivated *cough*Oblivion
    	- Your own personal court healer, who will restore all of your attributes
    	- Your own personal dancer... for whatever reason
    - Duty to stop attacks on the Isles. You can either stop the attacks yourself
    or send your army. Stopping these 		random attacks yourself will give you more
    gold. And who doesn't like gold?
    - There will be a Dark Seducer and Golden Saint flanking your throne. They can
    be used as your own personal escort.
    	- Sheogorath's clothes
    	- Be able to understand Bolwing (a crazy guy in Bliss)
    	- You are nearly above the law...
    						Le fini...
     /4.00 - Side Quest Walkthrough /
    ~~~~CRUCIBLE QUESTS~~~~~~
    Crucible is on the South side of New Sheoth, and it is led by the Lady Syl when
    you enter. The entire place is kind of dark and dreary, but there is plenty to
    see. I would check out the Museum of Oddities, a very fun tour to take. The
    local Duelist Club, which takes place on the roof of one of the houses in town,
    is another sight. Cutter's weapons is here, and you can forge Madness Armor
    ---- 4.01 - Ushnar's Terror
    Quest Giver: Ushnar
    Reward: A Pet =P
    You can find an orc named Ushnar walking around Crucible with his pet dog and a
    Khajiit named Bhisha chasing him. Ushnar HATES cats, but Bhisha continues to
    follow him, because he loves dogs, especially Ushnar's. Ushnar has a real
    problem with this, and he wants you to make Bhisha "dissapear".
    You can do this in quite a few ways. You can either kill him, pay him 100 gold
    to leave town, or, if you've finished the main quest, you can simply tell him
    to leave without any trouble. As a reward, Ushnar will give you a dog, but not
    just any old dog...
    You can also complete this quest by breaking into Ushnar's house and stealing
    his dog food. Take the dog food and give it to Bhisha, which will result in
    Ushnar and his dog both attacking the Khajiit.
    ---- 4.02 - Final Resting
    Quest Giver: Hirrus Clutumnus
    Reward: Ring of Happiness
    Hirrus is kind of suicidal. You may find him creeping around town, although he
    spends most of his time standing on the high walkway of Crucible near the
    entrance to the New Sheoth Palace just looking off into the distance. Talk to
    him, and he'll tell you to meet him by the sewer grate near Sheogorath's
    statue. This statue is right at the entrance to Crucible from the Realm of
    Hirrus wants you to kill him. Yes, you. He doesn't want to wind up like the
    people on the Hill of Suicides, so he wants to be murdered. He doesn't want
    anybody to see you do it, and he wants to be taken by surprise.
    By far the easiest way to do this is to go speak with him on his perch. He'll
    say how sometimes he just wants to "fall" off of the walkway, at which point
    you get the option, "This is your lucky day [Push]"
    Go ahead and push him. The Dark Seducer who stands right next to you won't
    mind. In fact, she'll say that it "happens all the time" (They should really
    put a railing up). Now, walk down to his body and take the key to his house.
    The jewelery box is upstairs, and it contains a Ring of Happiness. Take the
    ring and read his "suicide" note, and appreciate the irony.
    The Ring of Happiness is enchanted with Feather, Light, Water Walking, and
    Fortify Personality.
    ---- 4.03 - A Liquid Solution
    Quest Giver: Sickly Bernice
    Reward: Circlet of Verdure
    There's an inn near the entrance to Crucible. It's right in the middle of the
    intersection in the middle of town. In here, there is an innkeeper named Sickly
    Bernice. She is rather ill, and wants you to find the "ultimate cure" for her.
    That cure is known as Aquonostrum, and it's found at the bottom of Knotty
    Bramble, a cave in the Southern part of Shivering Isles.
    The cave is very linear and filled with Grummites. The first zone is very easy,
    and in the second zone, all you need to do is jump into the pool at the bottom.
    You will recieve a quest update saying that you have the solution, and now you
    can leave and head back to Crucible. However, if you're interested in getting
    the Hill of Suicides mini-quest done, you can kill two birds with one stone and
    head into the last zone. More to come on that quest in the next update.
    When you go back to Crucible, Sickly Bernice will give you a ring known as the
    "Circlet of Verdure", which gives you Resist Disease, Resist Poison, Fortify
    Health and Fortify Endurance.
    ---- 4.04 - Brithaur
    Quest Giver: Earil
    Reward: Gold
    You'll hear around town that Earil has a problem with Brithaur. Naturally,
    you're first instinct is to go ahead and meddle in everybody's affairs, so go
    ahead and speak to Earil about it. He'll first recommend to freeze you and
    preserve you forever, but you can't say yes, sadly. Rejected, Earil will ask
    you if you can get rid of Brithaur.
    Brithaur is a very bad theif, bad in that he keeps getting caught. Speak to
    Brithaur (you may need to increase his disposition), and he will tell you that
    he needs five flawless pearls, then he will stop stealing things for good.
    You now have three options. Kill Brithaur, (preferrably in his house), Bring
    him five flawless pearls (found all over the place, no set location), or if you
    are far enough in the Main Quest, you can just get him thrown into a dungeon.
    No matter which you pick, speak to Earil afterwards to get your reward: a hefty
    sum of gold.
    ---- 4.05 - The Antipodean Hammer
    Quest Giver: Cutter
    Reward: Madness Armor(heavy)
    Speak to Cutter in Cutter's weapons, located right next to the Museum of
    Oddities, and she will offer to forge you some Madness Armor. All you need to
    do is find some Madness Ore for her to forge it out of. Madness Ore can be
    found on Grummites, or in chests or Madness Veins. The strength of these items
    depend on your level, and can be any one of these (weakest to strongest)
    (no prefix)
    Very Fine
    Bring her a matrix, and she will enchant your item. The enchantments on weapons
    are random, while the enchantments on Armor is not (see table). The strength of
    these enchantments depend on your level.
    ; (Item)            (Price)        (Enchantment);
    ; WEAPONS       Madness Ore Needed              ;
    ; Madness Arrows(25)    1             Random    ;
    ; Madness Axe           2             Random    ;
    ; Madness Longsword     3             Random    ;
    ; Madness Bow           2             Random    ;
    ; Madness Claymore      4             Random    ;
    ; ARMOR                                         ;
    ; Madness Cuirass       5    Fortify Strength   ;
    ; Madness Greaves       3    Fortify Endurance  ;
    ; Madness Boots         2    Fortify Athletics  ;
    ; Madness Shield        2    Reflect Damage     ;
    ; Madness Helm          2    Fortify Willpower  ;
    ; Madness Gauntlets     2    Fortify Blade/Blunt;
    *This is an unfinishable quest
    ---- 4.06 - The Coming Storm
    Quest Giver: Ahjazda
    Reward: Ahjazda's Paranoia
    Ahjazda is the owner of a little shop called Things Found, which is tucked next
    to Brithaur's house in Crucible. Enter, and she will ask you to help her
    prepare for a storm that only she can predict. Yet another paranoid citizen of
    She has been stockpiling items for the storm, and she claims to only need three
    more things. These things are obviously of grave importance for her survival.
    They are: The Ring of Dessecation, The Amulet of Disentegration, and of course
    the Calming Pants, mustn't forget the calming pants. She doesn't tell you where
    to find these, but luckily, you have quest indicators and this guide to show
    you how.
    The Ring of Dessecation is in the upstairs floor of the Museum of Oddities.
    It's in one of the little display cases, and the only way to get it is to steal
    it. I would advise sending the caretaker to do the tour, and while she's off
    rambling about pygmy skulls, snag the ring.
    The Calming Pants (mustn't forget the calming pants) are being worn by Fimmion,
    a beggar in Bliss. He tells you that you can have his pants if you give him a
    sweetroll. Personally, I found it easier to kill him. He sleeps under the
    stairs behind Books of Bliss.
    The Amulet of Disentegration is in Milchar, the same ruin that housed the Grove
    of Reflection. There's another entrance which your quest marker will point you
    towards, use that to get into the back immediately. From there, descend a few
    staircases, fight a few enemies, and enter Milchar, Chatterhall.
    I've had a lot of questions about this part. In here is a room with three
    podiums, two flanking the entrance and one above the stairs in the center,
    overlooking the entire room. In the middle of the room is an urn with thre
    pyres around it. This urn houses the Amulet of Disentegration. If you try to
    open the urn, you'll get a message saying "It's frozen shut"
    Yippee Puzzle time!!!
    The podium that is lit is in the center, and there is a torch inside it. You
    can't take the torch, as if you try, you will get a message saying "The torch
    can be held by any, but owned by none". This complicates matters.
    There is no possible way to actually bring the torch into your inventory,
    however you can still carry it. Use Left Bumper on an Xbox 360 controller, or
    the "Z" button on a PC, in order to pick up and carry the torch.
    When all of the podiums are lit at the same time, you will be able to open the
    urn, however, the fire will douse after a few seconds. Carry the torch and
    light one podium, then hightail it to the next, then rush over to the last one,
    lighting them all. Grab your prize and head on back to Ahjazda.
    It's time to part with the Amulet and the ring... oh yeah, and the calming
    pants. Mustn't forget the calming pants. In return, she'll teach you a greater
    power, an awesome frenzy spell. You can always kill her and take the items
    back. The ring of Dessecation can be given back to the museum of oddities, but
    you won't get any money. The amulet of disentegration is useless. But the
    calming pants... let's just say you mustn't forget the calming pants.
    ~~~~BLISS QUESTS~~~~~~
    Bliss is really the opposite of Crucible. Nice and bright, not nearly as
    dreary. There are more beggars however, and it doesn't seem as bustling as
    Crucible. Either way, it's my favorite.
    ---- 4.07 - Falling Awake
    Quest Giver: Amiable Fanriene
    Reward: Burst of Might scroll
    You can find Fanriene sneaking around Bliss. Speak to him, and you'll find out
    that he is paranoid (what else is new?) about walls attempting to kill him. You
    read correct, Fanriene believes that the walls are conspiring against him so
    they can see him dead. He will ask you to find him a new place to sleep,
    obviously outside, completely out of reach of walls.
    Go speak to some townspeople, who will tell you that Uungoy has a nice place
    (bedroll), and that maybe he would be interested in trading with Fanriene. You
    may need to raise Uungoy's disposition a bit, but eventually, he will agree to
    Fanriene will give you the scroll "Burst of Might", which is perfect for a huge
    battle. It fortifies your strength and endurance 100 points and has the effect
    of 100% shield also.
    ---- 4.08 - The Antipodean Hammer
    Quest Giver: Dumag gro Bonk
    Reward: Amber Armor(light)
    This quest is nearly exactly the same as the one in Crucible, except that you
    receive Amber armor instead of Madness. Amber Armor is light, and the material
    needed (amber) can be found in Amber Veins, stumps, and on the bodies of
    Gnarls. The same rules apply for Matrices and strength, though some things are
    slightly different.
    (no prefix)
    Very Fine
    ; (Item)            (Price)        (Enchantment);
    ; WEAPONS        Amber Needed                   ;
    ; Amber Arrows(25)      1             Random    ;
    ; Amber Hammer          4             Random    ;
    ; Amber Sword           3             Random    ;
    ; Amber Mace            2             Random    ;
    ; Amber Bow             2             Random    ;
    ; ARMOR                                         ;
    ; Amber Cuirass       5   Fortify Agility       ;
    ; Amber Greaves       3   Fortify Speed         ;
    ; Amber Boots         2   Fortify Acrobatics    ;
    ; Amber Shield        2   Reflect Spell         ;
    ; Amber Helm          2   Fortify Intellegence  ;
    ; Amber Gauntlets     2   Fortify H2H & Marksman;
    *This is an unfinishable quest
    ---- 4.09 - The Fork of Horripilation
    Quest Giver: Big Head
    Reward: Skill Increase
    You'll find an argonian named Big Head sneaking around Bliss. Big Head is
    missing something (remember Morrowind), and that something, is his favorite
    fork. He is obsessed with this fork, and he wants you to get it for him. Enter
    his house, and you will find a shrine dedicated to forks. This guy is serious.
    He gives you a charm, which will let you understand Bolwing, a resident of
    Crucible who previously only said gibberish (If you're the King, you can
    understand him anyway)
    Bolwing doesn't tell you anything, other than that Heretics and Zealots were
    fighting over it. Resistance to getting a reward? That never happens in
    Oblivion! Make your way to Longtooth camp, which is near the gates of madness
    on the Bliss side.
    Here, there will be some Heretics. The best way is to get on one of the rocks
    on the East side, jump to the top level where the boss is. Off him and steal
    his precious fork. Then get the hell out of dodge. Return to Big Head for
    either "an alchemy secret, a sneak secret, or a blade secret".
    Big Head's AI is known to attack people at random, so kill him yourself, so as
    not to risk any future quests but get the coolest named weapon ever back too.
    ~~~~~~~~Other Quests~~~~~~~~~~~~
    These quests are not part of the main quest and are not in New Sheoth. Normally
    they are in small settlements scattered around the land.
    ---- 4.10 - Taxonomy of Obsession
    Quest Giver: Mirili Ulven
    Reward: Gold
    Highcross is way up in the Northeastern section of Mania. You will get a quest
    indicator about Mirili Ulven upon entering, and to find her; she spends the
    night at her house and the day collecting samples from around the settlement.
    Get her disposition up, and she will offer to pay you for alchemy ingredients.
    She will give you 10 gold for each of the following, but will only accept one
    sample of each.
    Alocasia Fruit
    Aster Bloom Core
    Black Tar
    Blister Pod Cap
    Congealed Putrescence
    Digestive Slime
    Elytra Ichor
    Flame Stalk
    Fungus Stalk
    Gas Bladder
    Gnarl Bark
    Grummite Eggs
    Hound Tooth
    Hunger Tongue
    Hydnum Azure Giant Spore
    Pod Pit
    Rot Scale
    Scalon Fin
    Screaming Maw
    Shambles Marro
    Swamp Tentacle
    Thorn Hook
    Void Essence
    Watcher's Eye
    Withering Moon
    Worm's Head Cap
    You can find these in her house, in other people's homes, off of creatures, etc.
    After finding a few of these, she will ask you about her bestiary and give you
    a command spell. Grab any of these creatures and command them back to her.
    You will get lots of gold =)
    ---- 4.11 - The Great Divide
    Quest Giver: Horkvir Bear-Arms
    Reward: Gold
    Split is near the place where you nabbed the fork, it's nestled in the
    swampland of the middle of the map. It's smack dab in between Mania and
    Dementia, and thus a wizard came and made doubles so that now there is a Manic
    and Demented version of each one. Quick! Pick one of the two Horkvir Bear-Arms
    and talk to him about it. He wants you to off the other side, because solving
    it with anything other than violence is wrong. He can't do it himself, because
    killing himself would plant him on the Hill of Suicides. Accept either one, and
    you will get quest indicators for the people you have to kill.
    Urul gro-Agamph
    Jastira Nanus
    Horkvir Bear-Arms
    Wait until sleepy time and sneak in and kill 'em all. You will still get murder
    penalties if you're seen however. So... be sneaky!
    ~~~~~~~Unmarked Quests~~~~~~~~
    These quests are ones that don't appear in your journal, have no quest
    indicator, and have no quest giver. However, they still have rewards, which are
    generally better than a normal quest.
    ---- 4.12 - The Roofs of Crucible
    Quest Giver: Me
    Reward: Gold, wine, other loot
    Navigating the roofs of Crucible took me about 43 acrobatics skill. With that,
    I was able to find all of these. In order to get to the tallest part, find the
    stairs where Hirrus Clutumnus was standing, (or still is if you haven't already
    pushed him off). Run and jump off onto the roof of the dog orc's house. From
    here, leap across the street.
    The roofs of Crucible have some interesting things on them. For example, on top
    of Brithaur's house is a pair of fur gauntlets and a set of tiny bones. What a
    peculiar murder scene. What you're looking for, however, is way over on the top
    of Cutter's weapons. Here is a note and a key.
    The note reads...
    "I don't think Ill [sic] live much longer. My wine supply is thinning, only one
    bottle left. Bernice's wine is worthless! I would have lasted longer on Gnarl
    Bark. Id [sic] go back home to resupply, but Brithaur, that maggot, has stolen
    my house. It's not just him, though, it's also the others, I can't leave the
    safety of the roof. They have a plan for me. I see it in their eyes. Caldana,
    Earil, Cutter, ALL OF THEM!
    They don't know I'm up here, watching. Not much longer, though. At least they
    won't find me or my stash. I've put all my favorite things in an urn, and
    sunken it in the sewage near the back of Bernice's dive.
    I think Ill drink that last bottle to celebrate."
    Yeah, so this is another paranoid guy (notice a pattern), but the important
    thing is that he left stuff! His favorite things. Now, where are these things?
    Behind Sickly Bernice's Taphouse, there are huge puddles of sewage. There is
    also a crushed, overturned crate. Underneath this crate is the urn you're
    looking for.
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