A Bard's Calling

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A Bard's Calling is a quest in Pathfinder: Kingmaker.

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

I can't believe it — Professor Eobald and I are writing a book that will shed light on the dark secrets of the Pitaxian Academy of the Arts! Just you wait, Irovetti!

Walkthrough[edit | edit source]

Take Linzi to the Rushlight Tournament[edit | edit source]

  • The Rushlight tournament will see all the high society of Pitax in attendance — including those from the academy! Headmaster Atalia Gitaren will definitely be there... and perhaps even the ravishing Annamede Belavarah! I want so much to see the looks in their eyes when they learn that Professor Eobald is safe and sound, writing a book with me to expose their dirty deeds!

Talk to Eobald the Insightful[edit | edit source]

  • I can't believe it... All this time, Eobald the Insightful was just covering for troublemakers — even the ones who bullied me! Not only that, he lied to me about who fired him from the academy and why! I need to get back to the capital and talk to him as soon as possible!

Wait for work on the book to finish[edit | edit source]

  • What started as a joke ended as an enterprise so serious that it scares even me. When the book about the Academy of the Arts and all its dirty secrets is ready, it'll hit Pitax like a bomb!

Learn what effect the book had on the Pitaxian citizenry[edit | edit source]

  • For better or worse, the book is ready. And right on time — Irovetti is expecting a visit from us. Let's see what effect the book had on his subjects!

Outcome[edit | edit source]

Oh gods... I repeat platitudes about the power of words so often, but I never really knew what they meant. Only now, seeing the effects of the words I wrote with my own quill, do I start to realize their true meaning. I now understand the true calling of a bard, and the responsibility that places on my shoulders. I've made many mistakes, but {name} doesn't have to worry — in my magnum opus, the chronicle of his/her feats, I won't repeat them!