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==Walkthrough==
 
==Walkthrough==
A few days after completing the quest "[[Setting up Shop]]," the Nerevarine should return to Falco Galenus or Carnius Magius, depending on who they sided with, and speak to them about assignments. If Carnius was sided with, he will tell the Nerevarine to go speak to Falco in Raven Rock.
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A few days after completing the quest [[Setting up Shop]], the player should return to Falco Galenus or Carnius Magius, depending on who they sided with, and speak to them about assignments. If Carnius was sided with, he will tell the player to go speak to Falco in Raven Rock.
   
Falco will tell the Nerevarine there is a problem with the shipment, or rather, with Baro Egnatius, the captain delivering it. Baro is demanding more money than what was initially agreed upon, and Falco has no intent of paying him extra.
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Falco will tell the player there is a problem with the shipment, or rather, with Baro Egnatius, the captain delivering it. Baro is demanding more money than what was initially agreed upon, and Falco has no intent of paying him extra.
   
Speaking with Baro will show that he is completely unreasonable, and that he has no intent of ceasing his demands. He will however mention that he was friends with the captain of the previous, wrecked supply ship, [[Elberoth]], and was in awe of his fighting skills.
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Speaking with Baro will show that he is completely unreasonable, and that he has no intent of ceasing his demands. He will however mention that he was friends with the captain of the previous, wrecked supply ship, [[Elberoth]], and was in awe of his fighting skills.
   
Upon returning to Falco, he will suggest the Nerevarine speaks with Apronia Alfena, the girl the Nerevarine rescued from the shipwreck, as she was on the ship with Elberoth and might know something about him that will help in dealing with Baro. When the Nerevarine speaks to her, she will give them [[Elberoth's Saber]].
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Upon returning to Falco, he will suggest the player speaks with Apronia Alfena, the girl the player rescued from the shipwreck, as she was on the ship with Elberoth and might know something about him that will help in dealing with Baro. When the player speaks to her, she will give them [[Elberoth's Saber]].
   
When the Nerevarine speaks to Baro with the saber drawn, he will erroneously conclude the Nerevarine must have beaten Elberoth in battle, and will be intimidated into letting go of his unreasonable claims.
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When the player speaks to Baro with the saber drawn, he will erroneously conclude the player must have beaten Elberoth in battle, and will be intimidated into letting go of his unreasonable claims.
   
 
Speak with Falco. If you sided with him, he will then give you your reward. If you sided with Carnius, make your way to Fort Frostmoth after speaking with Falco, and get your reward from Carnius.
 
Speak with Falco. If you sided with him, he will then give you your reward. If you sided with Carnius, make your way to Fort Frostmoth after speaking with Falco, and get your reward from Carnius.
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