Humble Bann Perrin and his guards
An Orlesian noble wishes a Fereldan counterpart punished for his disrespect at a reception. A series of forged invitations have drawn Bann Perrin to Arl Eamon's estate tonight. Eamon is away, but Perrin cannot leave without risking insult.
Humble Bann Perrin by defeating his elite guard, at the very least.
You start out with the quest in your journal at the very beginning of the campaign.
Bann Perrin is in the southwestern corner of the Denerim Market District, in the courtyard of the Arl of Redcliffe's Denerim Estate. Approaching him will result in combat. (Note: if the city guards have already been alerted there will be no conversation and Bann Perrin will attack on sight, so if the player wants to hear the conversation, Bann Perrin should be dealt with before doing anything else in the market.)
Once his guards are slain and Bann Perrin himself has been knocked unconscious, retrieve the Suspect Underthings from him. At this point you may:
- 1) Nail his suspect underthings to the chantry bulletin board along with the note from the Chantry congratulating his moral integrity.
- 2) Put them on the comatose Guard Captain Eams as part of Marjolaine's Vendetta.
Either choice will successfully complete this quest.
Bann Perrin's embarrassment will haunt him for life.
Defeating Bann Perrin and his guards: 63xp (killing 2 guards and knocking Perrin unconscious) + 1250xp (quest update)
Items on Bann Perrin:
- Suspect Underthings
This undergarment has an unwholesome lace-breached codpiece that somehow both constricts and augments. The height of vulgarity in all but the most intimate of company.
- Note from the Chantry
This note of commendation thanks Bann Perrin for his ongoing moral integrity and generosity. The Chantry looks forward to his next donation.
Nailing Bann Perrin's suspect underthings to the chantry bulletin board: 1250 xp.Planting the suspect underthings on the comatose body of Guard Captain Eams: 750 xp. (also: partial completion of the requirements for the Vendetta achievement.)
- Several characters will allude to this incident in Mark of the Assassin.