- Head to Nchuleftingth.
- Speak to Senilias Cadiusus.
- Head to the Pattern Chamber.
- Turn the far Right Crank.
- Head to the lower chambers and search the dead body.
- Return to Senilias.
- Return to Edwinna.
Speak to Edwinna who will ask for an expedition report from Nchuleftingth. She tell the Nerevarine two ways to get there. Head to the ruins and speak to Senilias who is inside with his daughter Pania Cadiusus. He will tell them that his associate Anes Vendu had it and that Anes has been missing since he headed down into the ruins.
Head to the Pattern Room and turn the far right crank as the other two are trapped. Head down to the lower levels and search the dead body. Take the expedition report (and the Hanging Gardens book as well as it is used in the "Disappearance of the Dwarves" quest). Return to Senilias and tell him about Anes' death. He will then tell the Nerevarine to go to Edwinna and give her the expedition report. If they have the Hanging Gardens book she will also tell them about it.
|Hasphat Antabolis gave me a letter of introduction to Senilias Cadiusus, the head of the expedition at Nchuleftingth.
|Edwinna has asked me to check up on Senilias Cadiusus in Nchuleftingth. I can get to Nchuleftingth by either going northeast over the mountains near Suran and following the Foyada Nadanat northeast or by starting in Molag Mar and going northwest and following the Foyada north around Mount Kand.|
|Senilius told me that he doesn't have an excavation report due to some "setbacks."|
|Senilius Cadiusus told me that Anes Vendu had the excavation report with him when he disappeared in the lower levels of Nchuleftingth. Senilius asked me to try and find out what happened to Anes Vendu.|
|I found Anes Vendu's body.|
|I told Senilias Cadiusus what happened to Anes Vendu. Senilias asked me to return the excavation report to Edwinna Elbert in Ald'ruhn.|
|I delivered the excavation report to Edwinna.
||I delivered the excavation report to Edwinna. She told me that the book I found, "Hanging Gardens of Wasten Coridale," is written in both Dwemer and classic Altmer and might be useful to a scholar of Dwemer literature.