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|Aeta Wave-Breaker (aeta wave-breaker)|
|Location||West Gash [-1, 2]|
Aeta Wave-Breaker is a Nord commoner who can be found just to the east of Caldera. She wears an expensive shirt, skirt, both gloves, and shoes, and carries 200 gold. Aside from her natural resistance to shock, immunity to frost, ability to shield herself, and a natural frost damage spell, she knows no spells. Her family heirlooms have been stolen by some notorious thieves and she wants somebody to retrieve them for her.
- Aeta Wave-Breaker's Jewels: Retrieve two family heirlooms stolen by a Khajiit and his band of thieves.
- "Excuse me. Can you help me? I've been robbed by some notorious thieves!"
- "Have you recovered my family heirlooms?"
- "Yes, that scoundrel. He's got my family heirlooms, and I want them back."
- family heirlooms:
- "Yes, it was a ring and an amulet. They're both inscribed, so it shouldn't be tough to tell which ones are mine."
- "If you can retrieve them for me, I'd be eternally grateful." (before retrieving the heirlooms)
- "You've found them! I'm so relieved. Here, please take this gold as payment. I was able to keep it hidden when the outlaws robbed me, and I'd be glad for you to have it. Thank you again!" (if the heirlooms are in your inventory)
- "It's good to have my jewelry back." (after completing the quest)
- some notorious thieves:
- "Yes, just a few hours ago I was robbed. I'm certain it was the group led by the Khajiit, Dro'zhirr. They stole all of my jewelry, but most importantly, they got two family heirlooms of mine. They've been in my family for years. If you can return them to me, I'd gladly pay your their weight in gold."
- I'll get your jewels back.: "You will? Excellent. I believe their hideout is somewhere east of Caldera, although none of the local authorities has been able to find them. No great surprise there."
- I don't have time to run errands for you now.: "Well! I'm sorry you're too busy to help out someone in need. Goodbye to you, then!"
- "They've still got my jewels. Perhaps I'll get them back one day." (before retrieving the heirlooms)