|Show: Shornhelm Divided|
"What news do you bring from the upper city? Have the traitors been dealt with?"
|Show: Northpoint in Peril|
"Nice of you to finally join us. Those damn Montclairs have locked me out of my own city! If any more of my people have been hurt, I'll kill Montclair and his daughter with my bare hands."
After obtaining the key:
"I'm not interested in news. Just tell me you found a way to get us into those tunnels."
|Show: The Liberation of Northpoint|
"Ellic, where can you be? Oh, there you are. Have you found anything yet?"
"Try not to let the bloodfiends suffer when you kill them. They were the citizens of Northpoint once."
After getting the inn key:
"I'm going with you to check on the inn. Skordo, when we give the signal, call in the army."
After accusing Lord Ellic Dorell of treason:
"You may not believe this, but that wasn't how I wanted our reunion to play out. But laws were broken. People died. I can't ignore our laws. Not even to save my son."
|Show: Puzzle of the Pass|
"It has been a grueling day. Restock and rest. We'll begin the march to the Doomcrag when you're ready."
At the pass:
"I'm ready. No, I am more than ready! The time has come to put Baron Montclair down like the crazed dog he has become."
At the second chamber:
"I don't know if I'll ever get used to traveling by portal. One moment you're there, the next moment you're here. It's positively disconcerting!"
|Show: The Lightless Remnant|
"What word, my friend? Is Verandis ready for the troops to ascend the Doomcrag?"
|Show: The Crown of Shornhelm|
"We've come through much to reach this point. We won a battle for the very soul of Rivenspire. Now comes the responsibility of rebuilding the kingdom. I hope High King Emeric gives me the opportunity to lead us through the difficulties ahead."
If Eselde is crowned queen:
"I respect the High King's decision, but I can't hold my tongue—I have serious doubts about Queen Eselde's ability to rule. I hope she proves me wrong, or all of Rivenspire will pay the price."
- Troop Movement
Baron Alard Dorell: "You sent the Guard west? To chase a rumor? We need those troops to protect Shornhelm!"
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "Only some of them, Baron. My father would have done the same. Captain Janeve will discover the truth and report back."
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "Countess, Baron, please. We must remain focused. As long as Montclair controls the upper city, the whole region remains at risk."
Baron Alard Dorell: "How can we trust you, Count Ravenwatch? Your friendship with Montclair is well known. What did you offer those captains to betray us?"
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "I care for the Count even less than you, Baron, but he hasn't done anything to warrant such accusations—yet."
Baron Alard Dorell: "We must end this debate and take action! Make an example of the two traitors and retake the upper city! How can the two of you not see that?"
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "I do not disagree, Baron, but we need to proceed with caution. There is more to this situation than meets the eye. I know I make you both nervous. Perhaps we should continue this after our blood has cooled."
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "Mind your tempers, gentlemen. We have a visitor. Come forward, friend, and state your business."
Baron Alard Dorell: "Bah! You both try my patience. I can almost understand what drove Montclair to abandon our triumvirate."
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "This Reezal-Jul seized nobles! Such brazen acts must not be tolerated, Baron!"
Baron Alard Dorell: "Indeed. It is time to act, Countess. No more talk. No more debate."
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "How can we walk in the Light if we leave innocent townsfolk to languish ... wait, are you agreeing with me?"
Baron Alard Dorell: "Don't look so shocked, Eselde. It was bound to happen eventually. Our friend will go to the Mews to free the hostages and stop the reinforcements while we assault the upper city. A two-pronged approach."
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "Well, all right then. Baron, if you would. Give the command and rally the Shornhelm Guard."
Baron Alard Dorell: "It will be my pleasure! It's time to show those Montclair cowards what it means to betray the people of Rivenspire!."
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "One moment, friend. I may know something about the Fevered Mews."
- Safe House
Skordo the Knife: "Lleraya has been here all along? And your son didn't do a damn thing about it?"
Baron Alard Dorell: "According to Ellic's journal, yes. He seems to have been infested with the woman. Didn't even get alarmed when she started turning people into bloodfiends."
Skordo the knife: "More bloodfiends? I hate this. Just give me something to hit already! But it doesn't sound like your son betrayed Northpoint, Baron."
Gwendis: "It's the Remnant. It put Ellic under her spell. I'm surprised he was even able to write in his journal. Maybe that was his way of warning us."
Baron Alard Dorell: "You! In the attic! I am Alard, Baron of House Dorell, and I swear you will be safe in my hands!"
Blademaster Qariar: "It's good to see you're still alive, my old friend!"
Baron Alard Dorell: "And you as well. But tell me—is Ellic hiding up there?"
Blademaster Qariar: "I'm sorry to say, but no. I left him at your manor. He insisted that he wanted to stay."
Baron Alard Dorell: "In the name of High King Emeric and in accordance with the laws of the land, I hereby order the arrest of Ellic Dorell for treason and the death of his kinsmen!"
Lord Ellic Dorell: "But Father, it wasn't my fault!"
Baron Alard Dorell: "You allowed an enemy into our city, into our home! Dozens fell to these monsters because you couldn't ignore a pretty face!"
Lord Ellic Dorell: "I never meant for anyone to get hurt. I'm not even sure what happened. Lleraya said she wanted to help and I ... I'm sorry."
Baron Alard Dorell: "Apologies won't bring our people back. It won't return honor to our family name. Guards! Take Ellic away. You are dead to me, Ellic. Dead to me."
Lord Ellic Dorell: "I'm sorry I disappointed you, Father. It won't happen again."
- Doomcrag Entrance
Baron Alard Dorell: "The large door, straight ahead. Clearly, that's the main entrance. That's the wau we should proceed."
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "This door is locked. It could provide a shorter path. Perhaps fewer bloodfiends to contend with."
Baron Alard Dorell: "I'd rather cut through the enemies I can see than walk blindly into something I can't. The ruins might be full of traps!"
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "My dear Baron, you have an annoying habit of never listening to a word I say. You'll do as you please. As usual."
- Montclair's Trap
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "This is where it happened. Where Leila died and Montclair ... changed."
Gwendis: "Where are Montclair's forces? I thought for sure we'd have to fight a horde of bloodfiends to make it through this place."
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "Montclair is a strategist. He's waiting for us to make a mistake that he can take advantage of. I fear tat mistake is about to be made."
Baron Alard Dorell: "Soldiers, spread out! Secure the chamber!"
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "You should have heeded my warning, Baron. This is no place for you."
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "You would deny our moment of glory, Count? The Light shines on us this day!"
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "There is no light here, Countess. Only darkness and death."
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "Arkay protect us! What is that?"
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "Baron Montclair. He's here."
Baron Alard Dorell: "Troops! On my command!"
Baron Wylon Montclair: "Welcome, Verandis! And like a good guest, I see you've brought me gifts to play with. Allow me to grant my blessing to your army."
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "This is exactly what I feared! He's turned our own troops into bloodfiends!"
Baron Wylon Montclair: "How does it feel to watch those who you care about turn against you, Verandis? How does it feel?"
[After the battle]
Baron Wylon Montclair: "My wife ... my daughter ... you've taken everything I ever loved, Verandis!"
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "Wylon, I'm sorry. I never meant for any of this to happen."
Baron Wylon Montclair: "My daughter loved you, Verandis. She loved you!"
Gwendis: "The Remnant ... the power. It drove Lleraya insane! Are those giant skeletons?"
[After the second battle]
Baron Wylon Montclair: "You've grown strong, Verandis. Your allies grant you strength."
Baron Alard Dorell: "Come out and face us, you coward! You can't hide from us forever!"
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "Wylon, please. We can find a way to free you from this power."
Baron Wylon Montclair: "To what end, my old friend? My wife is dead. My daughter, killed by your own hand. What do I have, if not this power? I think I'd prefer to let you experience my pain. My suffering. To let you see what it's like to lose everything you hold dear!"
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "No, Montclair! Stop this madness!"
Baron Wylon Montclair: "Come, Gwendis. You look famished. Allow me to prepare you a feast fit for my new queen!"
Count Verandis Ravenwatch: "No, Montclair! Please!"
- End of the Doomcrag
Darien Gautier: "All right, everyone. Let's gather up our injured and get out of here."
Countess Eselde Tamrith: "Darien's right. There's nothing left for us here. We need to return to the High King and let him know what happened."
Baron Alard Dorell: "Mage, we need a portal. To Shornhelm, if you please."
Northpoint Defender: "Of course, Baron. Only take a moment."
[After opening the portal]
Northpoint Defender: "The portal to Shornhelm is open, my lord."
- "My people ... a ruler shouldn't have to cut down his own people like this ...." — During "The Liberation of Northpoint"
- "I see plenty of Montclair's monsters, but no survivors. Let's keep looking." — During "The Liberation of Northpoint"
- "Let's check upstairs. Someone must have survived this nightmare." — During "The Liberation of Northpoint"