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A Coldharbour Keelhaul timer script still has a bug

I noticed you made some tweaks to this script following this bug report: However, if following Noga-Togroi's instructions and keeping the spear (he says Molag Bal lets you do that after all), the player still gets teleported to Baelkashpitu after three days, and you get a journal entry that you have failed. This happens despite the quest being marked as finished, so something is obviously wrong with the script.

Reward to "The Exiled Duke's Affair" a bit on the high side

When completing the quest "The Exiled Duke's Affair", the player is rewarded with a really powerful amulet. Given that this quest can easily be finished already at low level (unless there are any level modifiers, I haven't checked) and you will keep this for the rest of the game, I think this reward is a bit too powerful (it can easily be compared with some of the famed artifacts). For a more balanced experience, I suggest reducing the effect to Fortify Personality 10 pts, which is already very good for a constant effect item, and would certainly be useful for most players.

Weird behaviour when arriving in Bal Oyra due to muskfly quest

The sttarting script for the quest "Muskflies in Bal Oyra" does not begin until the player arrives in one of the Bal Oyra cells, causing quite a problematic behaviour if first arriving in Bal Oyra from the road. The script makes all the NPCs disappear, but this doesn't happen until you have taken a couple of steps into the town. I was even talking to one of the NPCs at first and then they all just disappeared, so this is both confusing and unrealistic. This should be solved somehow, perhaps by starting the script already when the NPC arrives in one of the adjacent cells.

Pelagius the Rat typo

Extremely minor issue. A single line "spoken" by Pelagius the Rat in Old Ebonheart, Ruma Soanix's Manor is missing two commas.

[Despite its whimsical name Pelagius the Rat doesn't seem to be one of those extraordinary rats that can talk. Or maybe it can and it's just choosing to ignore you.]

Should be:

[Despite its whimsical name, Pelagius the Rat doesn't seem to be one of those extraordinary rats that can talk. Or maybe it can, and it's just choosing to ignore you.]

Finishing "Burden of Proof" does not unlock more of Roa Dyr's services

Upon finishing the quest "Burden of Proof" and making Diranya satisfied, she tells the player that they will get access to Roa Dyr's services. The same information also appears in the journal. However, the mer in Craftsmen's Hall will still give you a Service Refusal response, and tell the player that they only serve members of House Indoril. There are a few other NPCs offering services in Roa Dyr, but as far as I understand they did that also before finishing the quest.


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