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Discussion in 'UO Europa' started by Slayvite, Aug 11, 2009.
With Luna being attacked again, are we to assume that Casca found Pete's treasure before we did?
I would guess not. No reason Casca should be any more successful than we were with nobody talking. I reckon the event was just overtaken by the shardwide event and the EMs have enough on their plate right now.
I'd like to think that Casca still wants the money to pay human troops to spill the blood of Sosarians.
I'd like to think that the pay for the demon hordes was the potential sucking of the souls of dead defenders.
I'd like to think good thought's sometimes too.
Righty, so far from William i have got that he bought some merchant wares that looked more like treasure from some brigands that were in a hurry to sell.They wanted the gold to build an army for the king.But he wasnt that bothered, a deal is a deal....
(there are cloth and dyes in the armoire)
cloths and dyes
hurry to unload
Yep, asking 'other things' suggests that we missed the treasure. Ho Hum
I get that impression too, although on the EM web site it seems that the brigands have turned to piracy.
So was there more on that trading ship tan just cloth and dyes, or did the brigands find the treasure and did a bit of piracey on there way to Trinsic.
I tried killing the brigands on te SE pennisula off Trinsic in case one of there bodies or treasure chest had more info, but came up with nothing. I also checked the market area of Trinsic to see if there were witness's to talk to, again blank. I also came up blank looking for the sheriff as he hinted he did not wish us to talk to him.
I found it strange that he's one-eyed Petes friend and he dose not respond to the name. The pirates are back on the island btw. Lastly I wonder if Casca realises William has a single diamond worth more than Petes entire treasure, he kept tight lipped about that too.
Roshi is still on the Island if you look around, I get the impression we might need to return late of a night when the pirates are drunk to over hear them sining. Might be another red herring though like all the others I've tried so far.
Some key words I get repeat info from but so far I have:
If you give William a drink he has a couple of responses but it only leads to the same replies already posted.