Noble Deeds of a Noble Heart

How to unlock: Finish the Victims of War quest and speak with Clara

Quest giver: Clara (M17,12)


Clara

Once you complete the Victims of War quest, head to Clara, who is near the barriers at the waterfall (M17,12) and she will reveal her plan to you. She wants you to retrieve documents that prove Fairbanks’s lineage.


The First Document

The first document for Clara is located inside one of the buildings in the small fort (Argon’s cottage) behind a locked door (M17,12a). It can be found on a bookshelf.


The Second Document

The second document is located inside one of the small pavilions (Northern) near Villa Maurel (M17,12b). It can be found next to some paintings in the corner.


The Third Document

The third and final document is in the second pavilion (Southern) near Villa Maurel (M17,12c). There is a locked door that leads inside, and the document is in the corner of the room.

Once you have the documents, you can either give them to Clara or Fairbanks (who is now located in the small fort instead of the caves):

  • Clara – You gain favor with Blackwall and Sera, in addition to points
  • Fairbanks – You gain high favor with party members and the operation: Dispose of the loot of the liberated, in addition to points

Rewards for completing the quest:

  • Experience (lots)
  • 600 Influence points
  • 2 Power points

FAQ

What does it mean to have a noble heart?

Having a noble heart means possessing a set of ethical values and principles that guide your behavior towards others. It means showing compassion, kindness, and generosity towards those around you. A noble heart is also characterized by a strong sense of moral responsibility and a desire to do good in the world. People with noble hearts are often empathetic and willing to put the needs of others before their own. They strive to make the world a better place and inspire others to do the same.

What are some examples of noble deeds?

Noble deeds are actions that demonstrate the values of a noble heart. Examples of noble deeds include volunteering your time and resources to help those in need, standing up for justice and fairness, showing kindness and compassion to others, and being a positive role model for those around you. Other examples include donating to charity, advocating for marginalized communities, and being an ally to those who are facing discrimination. Noble deeds can also include simple acts of kindness, such as helping a stranger in need or offering a listening ear to someone who is struggling. Ultimately, any action that is motivated by a desire to do good and help others can be considered a noble deed.

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