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A Chantry archive exists outside the city of Montfort, in the lower chambers of a monastery also known for its fine wine. The latter has put the archives at risk, according to the abbess. She recently sent word to the Inquisition that looters have come in search of wine - and that they will not listen to her assurances that wine is not actually stored in the lower chambers. Without templars to guard the monastery, and lacking coin to hire guards, the abbess has asked the Inquisition to move the archives somewhere more secure... and will happily donate whatever might be of use.
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Note: The time listed is the time it takes with no agents.
So we do errands for the Chantry now? I say take what we need from the abbey. They will think twice about approaching us for things like this.
My agents can determine the most important things to preserve, and bring them to a safe house until order is restored.
We have the manpower. I would gladly send soldiers in.
Our people found a few things of interest in the abbey - but only a few. As for the Chantry, I doubt they'll be asking us to come running to their defense again.
My agents moved everything of importance from the abbey to a safe house in Guislain. If looters can find it there, they are more resourceful than most. The abbess expressed her sincere relief, and let us leave with a few choice items from the Archives.
It took a great deal of time to move the archives to the White Spire in Val Royeaux. The tower there is almost impregnable - and now abandoned by the templars - so I thought it was the best place. The abbess was overjoyed, and gave us a number of interesting items as a reward.