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Shining Blade Forager
Species: Human
Profession: Collector
Level(s): 15

General[edit | edit source]

Zadok is a collector resident in Lion's Arch Keep who trades 15 War Supplies for 1 Royal Gift.

Location[edit | edit source]

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Before completing the Battle for Lion's Arch[edit | edit source]

"Our lady has authorized a special Royal Gift for supplying Shining Blade soldiers. Though I couldn't tell you what's inside. I would if I could, but every gift is different or at least, a lot of different things might be inside. Some rarer than others, some more common. Oh, goodness, listen to me ramble! This is why they don't let me scout anymore. They think I don't know that, but I do. "Zadok, Stop talking while we're sneaking up on the enemy!" "Zadok! I don't care about your new sandals!" Well, I think a little conversation is good for bonding, and bonding is good for morale. These gifts too, good for morale, I think. Oh, right... Were you interested in one? I forget."

After completing the Battle for Lion's Arch[edit | edit source]

"Our lady has authorized a special Royal Gift for those helping to keep the Shining Blade soldiers supplied. With Lion's Arch in Lionguard hands now, you might think we had no more need of War Supplies, but you'd be wrong. Bartholos says, "One battle does not end the war!" I guess that's true, though I thought we'd fought multiple battles at this point. Still, he's the strategical expert. Me? I'm more of a people person, though not everyone I've met is a people person in return, if you know what I mean. Reciprocity is important in my book. Not that I'm writng a book. It's a figure of speech and a curious one at that. And now I'm curious, speaking of reciprocity, do you want to exchange some supplies for a Royal Gift?"