The Crystal Spring San d'Orian Gate Guard: Welcome back! I have an important mission for you this time. Recently, land is eroding due to crystal formation...and it's getting worse.
San d'Orian Gate Guard: That is all. You'll take the mission then?
Take the mission?
- Say Yes.
San d'Orian Gate Guard: Ah, that reminds me--have you any fishing gear? You'll need some for this mission.
San d'Orian Gate Guard: There are people about that know a thing or two about fishing, should you need help finding and choosing your gear.
The Crystal Spring You trade the Crystal Bass. The Crystal Spring (Hall) - Chateau d'Oraguille Halver: So, you're saying nothing was actually taken?
Curilla: That is right, Lord Halver. I can see ransacking our treasure vaults, but the chambers of Leaute I d'Oraguille? What could they have been after?
Halver: The chambers are as they were when the queen passed away. Might she have left something of importance?
Curilla: Her jewelry all went untouched. It is possible that the thieves mistook the queen's chambers for another room.
Halver: If the thieves possess these floor plans, then perhaps they have motives other than just stealing treasure.
Curilla: And according to the gardener, our visitors were a party of two Elvaans...
(Shamonde enters the room and walks up behind them.)
Shamonde: It has come to my attention that thieves have ransacked the queen's chambers. Inform me immediately of what was stolen!
Halver: Please be at ease, Your Holiness.
The Temple Knights have determined that the thieves stole nothing from the chateau.
If so, why did the thieves enter in the first place? Maybe the queen had something hidden...
Curilla: Pardon me, Your Holiness, but what do you mean by "something"?
Shamonde: If I knew, I wouldn't be asking you! But thieves would not enter without a purpose!
Halver: Of course, Your Holiness. I will order the Temple Knights to continue their investigation, and have them inform you if they find anything.
Shamonde: I shall be waiting for your report. Hmph! Not even the Goddess Altana will forgive such a crime!
(As Shamonde leaves, you pass him walking into the room.)
Curilla: Hmm? It seems as if we have a visitor.
Curilla: You were sent to stop the thieves? Well, as you can see they have escaped.
Curilla: Considering we know nothing of the thieves, it would be futile to send out a search party.
Curilla: However, an adventurer such as yourself would have connections in many more places than we.
Curilla: Inquire with the gardener. He is the only one who saw the thieves. He may tell you something of importance.
The Crystal Spring (Garden) - Chateau d'Oraguille Chalvatot: Ah, I know you. You're that adventurer Player name. You want to know about the thieves that broke into the queen's chambers?
Chalvatot: Well, I didn't see anything special. All I saw was two suspicious lookin' Elvaan. When I yelled at 'em, they ran off. That be all.
Chalvatot: But I swear I seen me one before... The one with blue armor...
Claidie: Chalvatot, what has happened in my mother's chambers?
Claidie: When I went to give some water to the flowers, I passed by some Temple Guards.
Chalvatot: I am so sorry, Your Highness! Last night, some thieves broke into the late queen's chambers!
Chalvatot: And to make matters worse, the scoundrels are still on the loose! Oh, what has become of the once mighty Chateau d'Oraguille?
Claidie: I--I do not know what to say...
Claidie: I knew something was wrong when I found my mother's diary in a strange place...
Chalvatot: Your Highness? You say you saw something out of the ordinary?
Claidie: Chalvatot, something is amiss... Could you please come to my chambers later?
Claidie: Farewell, Sir/Lady Player name. May you find the thieves that disgraced our great kingdom.