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|This article is about the sub-quest titled The Hero of Skill in-game which involves the Shadow Court. For its parent quest of the same name, see The Hero of Skill.|
| Returning the Dark Seal|
|Type|| Main Quest|
(Part of The Hero of Skill)
|Start||Bloodstone - Bloodstone Mansion|
|End||Wraithmarsh - Shadow Court|
When enough renown is earned, he will state that he knows what the Hero is here to request and begins considering the offer because of all the gold that the Tattered Spire might possess. He agrees on the condition that the Hero return the Dark Seal to its 'owners' at the Shadow Court in Wraithmarsh. The Hero then must go through the Shadow Court near what used to be Oakvale, fighting Hollow Men, Banshees, and a troll along the way.
The Shadow Court Edit
After fighting shadows (dark replicas of past enemies such as Hobbes, Balverines and Bandits) on their way through the halls of the Shadow Court, the Hero meets a scared and confused woman named Elizabeth and the Shadow Court itself, three shadow spirits. The Shadow Court explains that whoever is carrying the dark seal must sacrifice their youth so Reaver can stay young.
| Taking the Punishment (Good)
Leave the Shadow Court up the spiral staircase, which leads back to the exit to Wraithmarsh. The objective then states to return to Reaver. Theresa soon suggests that you should complete any jobs or quests you want to beforehand.
| Closure of Quests|
Returning to Reaver will suspend all available quests until completion of Retribution.
- The game automatically saves when the Hero leaves the halls of the Shadow Court, however the Hero is not automatically transported outside, which means that the player still has a chance to reload the game if one immediately regrets his or her choice.
- The wrinkles, glowing red eyes, and grey hair don't affect the attractiveness of your character.
- Performing the Brightwood Tower quest at any point after this quest will reverse both the aging effect and the glowing eyes.
- Donating to the Temple of Light or sleeping in Castle Fairfax (after the quest is complete) will reverse the aging effect (wrinkles, grey hair, etc), but not the glowing red eyes.
- The grey hair is actually just a dye, so you can simply remove it.