'Pardon me, do you think I could take up some o' your time? I haven't had any word o' me son Covell since this brigand nonsense began, and I'm afraid somthing might have happened to him.
'We lived in Archet til recently, but we had an arguement -- I'm sure ye know how boys are -- and Covell left all in a huff. He said he would make his own way, down in Combe, and that's the last I heard o' him. Now that I've come to Combe, I hear he's gone east!
'If ye don't mind, could ye talk to Constable Wren for me? She watches the road east out o' Combe, and maybe she's seen Covell pass.'
Talk to Constable Wren
Constable Wren is at the guard house, east of Combe.Maida Woodwright has asked that you speak with Constable Wren regarding the whereabouts of her son, Covell.
Talk to Covell Woodwright
Covell may be found at one of the Blackwold camps north and east of the Combe lumber camp.Maida Woodwright sent you to speak with Constable Wren, who suggested that Covell joined the Blackwolds and would likely be found near one of their camps in the Chetwood.
'What's that? Me mother sent you to find me?Objective 3
'I...I don't care. I've never been good at anything in my life, but now I've found something I can do and do right good! You're going to regret coming into Blackwold territory!'
'You may have won this round, but I will never adandon the Blackwold!
'Now tell my mum leave me be!'
'You fought with Covell Woodwright, but he escaped? Well, his sort will not be able to flee forever. I feel the time if the Blackwold brigands is coming to an end.
'It seems I was right, and he will never give up his lawlessness. His mother will not be pleased to hear it.'
'What? Covell has joined those villains in truth? I refuse to believe it! He's a good boy, even if he has a temper. He's a Woodwright, through and through, and would never do such a thing! Ye shouldn't say such horrible things, and to an old woman!
'Ah, what am I saying? I knew the boy had landed hisself in a spot o' trouble. Thank ye...thank ye at the last for finding him.'