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Rasha (rasha)
Location West Gash Region, [-6,5] (map)
Race Argonian Gender Male
Level 7 Class Trader
Other Information
Health 93 Magicka 102
Alarm 0 Fight 30
Rasha

Rasha is an Argonian trader who is running late with his deliveries and wants you to help him out. He is found west of Ald'ruhn, along the westernmost of the two roads heading south to Caldera, just south of the path to Drulene Falen's Hut.

He wears an exquisite shirt with a matching belt and a pair of common pants. He carries five more exquisite shirts related to his deliveries and up to 50 drakes. Like all Argonians, he is immune to poison, has a resistance to disease, and can breathe underwater. Aside from that, he knows the following spells: Demoralize Creature, Demoralize Humanoid, Rally Creature, Rally Humanoid, Almsivi Intervention, Detect Enchantment, Tevral's Hawkshaw, Divine Intervention, Mark, Recall, Sotha's Mirror, Vivec's Feast, Spell Absorption, Telekinesis, and Dispel.

After you agree to deliver the shirts for him, Rasha will hand them over—including the one he is wearing—and will remain by the roadside indefinitely.

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Quest-Related EventsEdit

When you first speak to Rasha, he gets right down to business:

  • "Greetings, traveler. Rasha wishes you well and thinks you maybe can help him with some pressing business."
  • pressing business
    • "Yes. Most pressing. I have, you see, a shipment of clothing... fine clothing, it is... to get to Ald-ruhn. But, I fear other business draws me away. Perhaps, I think, you and I might come to an arrangement, yes? If you will deliver Rasha's shirts... these fine, fine shirts... to Bivale Teneran the clothier in Ald-ruhn, she will pay you for your services. And a generous woman she is. I would ask that you swear an oath to Zenithar to seal our arrangement, though. Yes. What do you think of my offer, hmmmm?"
    • I swear to Zenithar I will deliver your shipment.
      • [5 Exquisite Shirt has been added to your inventory.] "Most excellent, yes? We will both gain from this... I shall keep my good name, and you shall benefit from Teneran's generosity. Wonderful. Take care, %PCName, one should not take an oath sworn to Zenithar lightly. No, never lightly."
    • I'm sorry. I cannot do that now.
      • "No? How very sad for both of us. We both stood to gain much. Perhaps you are already cursed by Zenithar, yes? Perhaps he will not accept your oath. I must go. I don't want your curse to be rubbing off on me. No, not on me."

How he treats you from this point onwards depends on whether you chose to help him or not. If you did decide to help him out, the now shirtless Argonian will be grateful for your help but will also point out that you should get to it as quickly as you can:

  • "You swore by Zenithar you would deliver my shirts. Please, go now. I have given you the shirt from my back, and must have that delivery."
  • pressing business
    • "Yes, we have made our arrangement. Now go, Oath-Swearer. You must deliver those shirts for me."

Should you have refused to help him, he will be disappointed but still determined to get his shirts to their destination:

  • "Must get fine shirts to marketplace."
  • pressing business
    • "I will find another way to deliver my shirts, you who are not helpful."

You can return to Rasha at any moment after finishing his quest. If you speak with him at that point, he will thank you for your aid in delivering the shirts to Bivale:

  • "Your help was appreciated, friend of Rasha."
  • pressing business
    • "It is good the shirts have been delivered. I thank you."