Online:Bili Hlan

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Bili Hlan
Home Settlement Quarantine Serk
House Hlan House
Race Dunmer Gender Female
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Bili Hlan

Bili Hlan is a Dunmer found in her family house located in the town of Quarantine Serk. She has the Llodos plague, and is in her house vomiting.

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"Oh, look at me! I'm a terrible mess! You really must excuse my dreadful appearance. I haven't been feeling very well lately.
By the way, you haven't seen Nostrum Breva, have you? She promised to bring me more of the Maulborn curative."
I'm afraid not. We're looking for Dethisam. Have you seen him?
"Dethisam Berendas? The town consul? Such a nice, young man! Why, I do recall that he came to see me yesterday.
He said he had other townsfolk to check on, but that he would bring me a curative as soon as he could."
What do you know about this Maulborn curative?
"The curative? Remarkable stuff! Tastes awful but wipes the plague right out of your system.
One of those delightful Maulborn gave me one a few days ago. Nostrum Breva, she called herself. But I think I need another dosage."

Asking for the opportunity for some questions will yield her polite answer.

"I may be ill and bedraggled, but I still have my manners. What would you like to know?"
When did the plague first appear in Serk?
"Oh, I couldn't say for sure. Perhaps the alchemist Nilyne would know.
I can tell you that I started feeling ill a few days ago, after I drank the Maulborn curative. She said that would happen. You have to get ill to get better, the Maulborn said."
What do you think of the Maulborn? Paraphrased, need to go back and get this.
"Such a polite young woman, that Nostrum Breva. Claimed they were here to provide the help the Tribunal refused to give.
They have a curative for the plague, you know. Vile stuff. But the best medicine always tastes terrible, my mother always said."

After Bad Medicine:

"The Maulborn tricked us? Those fetchers!
And to think I drank three of their curatives."
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