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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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EverQuest 2 Quest Information
Journal Category Beggar's Court
Journal Level 4 (Tier 1)
Journal Difficulty Solo
Starting Zone Beggar's Court more
How to Start Speak with Delcairn Sebastian ( 67, 9, 16 ) /waypoint 67, 9, 16.
part of: Freeport Racial Timeline
Preceded by:
A Delivery
Followed by:
Reel Him In

What does this information mean?

Steps

  1. Purchase Fate's Whisper from Loamshallow ( 12, 3, 0 ) /waypoint 12, 3, 0 for 1c.
  2. Enter the North Freeport gate
  3. Eeavesdrop on a conversation by hiding behind the western side of the gates
    • At ( 82, -7, 112 ) /waypoint 82, -7, 112 you'll see a speech balloon.
    • Prompt the conversation to learn the location of the meeting.
  4. Go poison the cups at the meeting place ( -17, -2, 83 ) /waypoint -17, -2, 83 with the Fate's Whisper. Right click the two cups to poison them.
  5. Return to Delcairn.

Rewards

  • Coin

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

Dirty Work
Author
Stuart Woods
Publisher
Signet
Publish Date
2003
ISBN
0451210158

Dirty Work is a mystery/suspense novel by Stuart Woods. It centers around a private investigator undertaking an unusual assignment of helping a client dump her unfaithful husband. Along the way, he gets tangled up with a beautiful British spy he doesn't know whether or not to trust, and also has close encounters with a dangerous international assassin.

In Lost

  • The book can be seen in the Swan station by Sawyer's bed as he is recovering from the injuries caused as a result of the raft incident (shown very briefly).
  • A copy of this book is displayed on Jack's office bookshelf, along with Two Dollar Bill, also by Stuart Woods. ("A Tale of Two Cities")

Trivia

  • The publish date of this book (2003) was long after the time that the Swan was supposedly built (before 1980, the date of the Swan orientation film). This is likely due to prop error (background filler material used, not meant to be analyzed), given the extremely brief appearance of the book, though fans have used this to support hatch restocking theories.

Similarities and shared themes


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