Online:Alana Relin

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This article is about the knight. For the mage, see Alana Relin (mage).

Alana Relin
Location Glenumbra Moors
Race Breton Gender Female
Reaction Friendly
Other Information
Faction(s) Direnni
Condition Spirit
Alana Relin

Alana Relin was a Breton knight who fought against the forces of Faolchu the Changeling at the Battle of Glenumbra Moors.

The spirit of Alana Relin

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As you scream in pain, Alana will greet you: "There are you, my love. I was starting to worry about you." You can talk to her before leaving, prompting her to ask: "Why do you linger, my love? Commander Parmion rallies the troops for the final assault. You're his best officer and our noblest knight. You should be at his side for this moment." Explain that you're not sure what's going on, and she'll respond: "Did that blow to your head rattle your senses? We're on the verge of turning the tide and we'll launch the strike against Faolchu's headquarters soon. Come, my love. We have work to do." Ask her what work: "The Alessian orders, of course. They're crucial. We captured the messenger, but not before he handed the orders off. We need to search enemy soldiers until we retrieve them. We can't have the Alessians surprise us when we're this close to victory." As you depart, she'll add: "Do what you have to do and find those orders. Then find me in camp. We need to talk."

After speaking with Parmion, a map marker will highlight Alana sitting in a nearby tent. Speak to her, and she'll say: "I know you wanted to go after Faolchu, but you'll see plenty of action defending the camp." Ask her if she's sure she doesn't want you to come: "I appreciate your concern, my love, but orders are orders. If either of us fails, this entire battle could be lost. But have no fear. I'll make sure we never have to worry about Faolchu again." Ask how: "How? He's just a man, my love. I'll stick my sword in him a few times until he drops. Then I'll stab him again! I'll be back in no time, carrying his head high as a trophy. I can't think of a better gift to celebrate our new family." Ask about 'our family' to elicit: "Later, my love. I'll tell you all about it after the battle. No need to distract you right now. It's nothing but good news, though, I promise. I love you, you know. Now go."

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