Albert Posted January 26, 2014 Report Share Posted January 26, 2014 Or whatever I should call it. A letter from the headmaster, or doing the adventure with the triplets, or even Ilaro. Is one more prestigeous than the other? Doing the adventure with the triplets seems to be the only way to avoid the flood. So it's arguably the most sucessful if you want to avoid disasters. On the other handthey don't seem to be taking you seriously and they might be the ones taking most of the credit. The Legate might endup thinking they did all the work. Doing the 'a letter from the headmaster' gives you a more personal adveture with the Legate however. If you go with the triplets you also get to be a second overseeing the duel between the Legate and Ilaro. I guess that's an honor in itself, especialy for a firstyear that probably shouldn't be entrusted with that responsibility. In a letter from the headmaster you get to craft an invisibilitycloak. You also get to manipulate massively powerful timedialation spells. Which one is actualy the most glorious or appreciated by the Legate. I doubt the Legate is overly enthusiastic about students who hangout with Ilaro. Even if that can be an interesting adventure by itself. Going with the triplets also gets you to the Island, though I must say I find the whole story a little hard to grasp. Ilaro wanted the staff, the pirates wanted the treasure. The staff summoned the Island? Did the pirates force Ilaro somehow or did he want that staff from the beginning? How did the pirates get involved? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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