The order welcomes you.
Welcome back, my friend. We are still clearing the monastery, but you’re welcome to stay here as long as you need.
I am Akara, High Priestess of the Sisterhood of the Sightless Eye. I welcome you, traveler, to our camp, but I’m afraid I can offer you but poor shelter within these rickety walls.
You see, our ancient Sisterhood has fallen under a strange curse. The mighty Citadel from which we have guarded the gates to the East for generations, has been corrupted by the evil Demoness, Andariel.
I still can’t believe it… but she turned many of our sister Rogues against us and drove us from our ancestral home. Now the last defenders of the Sisterhood are either dead or scattered throughout the wilderness.
I implore you, stranger. Please help us. Find a way to lift this terrible curse and we will pledge our loyalty to you for all time.
Greetings, young Sorceress. It is good to see more of your kind at work in the world these dark days. In my opinion, the world needs more women to fight against the great shadow. But I am forgetting my manners…
I understand that Cain is the last descendant of the ancient Horadrim. And that its knowledge of their lore is vast. He could prove to be… very useful in discerning the nature of our current crisis.
Kashya has always been fiercely loyal, but I fear her anger and frustration over these recent events will lead her into harm’s way.
She is highly protective of the few rogues remaining under her command and will not send them into combat unless there is dire need.
Charsi is young and innocent.
However, I believe her barbarian blood thrills to the prospect of adventure and danger. She takes great pride in her work and finds comfort in the fact that her weapons and armor are helping to end this evil plague.
Though he has only been our guest for a short time, I sense that Warriv has faced many harrowing trials.
Though he knows as I do, that a terrible evil has blackened the land, his only real concern is to reach the eastern trading ports with his caravan.
To be honest… I’ve done my best to stay clear of Gheed. He wears his unstear bound himself like a cloth.
And seeks only to better the situation by preying on the misfortune of others.
The wilderness is overrun with Evil and minions of Hell have taken over our rightful home. We must purge all Evil from the Monastery and restore order to the world.
I often dream of the day we reclaim our own. The Sightless Eye sees through the mist of time a great glory ahead, but how far ahead the Eye cannot discern.
Our mental discipline is matched only by our skill in archery… I only hope these are enough to withstand this awful trial.
Beware that you do not suffer the fate of the corrupted Rogues. To lose one’s life is a tragedy, but to lose one’s soul is even worse.
Even though the corrupted ones were once of our Order, you need not shy from slaying them, for they stand between you and Andariel.
Perhaps, when the Demon Queen is dead, our Sisters will return to life, but more likely they will be forever bound to their unholy pact.