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Biene Diel
Location Arano Plantation
Race Breton Gender Female
Health 39,959
Reaction Friendly
Biene Diel

Biene Diel is a Breton prisoner being forced to work the Arano Plantation by Marshal Hlaren.

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The Scarlet Judge asks you to talk to one of the prisoners at the plantations south of Suran, Biene is one of them:

"Please, I'm working as fast as I can! I can't work if you hurt me!"
Can you tell me what's going on here?
"Isn't it obvious? We're being worked to death! I won't say more while Overseer Torvayn is watching. I can't say more!
If you want answers, you'll have to deal with him first."

Speaking to her again:

"You're going to get me in trouble with Overseer Torvayn. He'll kill me if he catches me talking to you. Please, just go!"

Once you've "retired" Torvayn, she'll be glad to talk to you:

"Did you just …? Is Overseer Torvayn really dead?"
Yes. Are you a prisoner here?
"Prisoner? Slave more like. I swear, I don't belong here!
That marshal, Hlaren, she says I murdered a beggar the day I arrived in Suran. I can't even bring myself to kill a fly, let alone a person! There's got to be some mistake!"
Why aren't you in prison? Is there anything you can tell me about Hlaren's plans?
"Master Kharekh's building a new prison in Suran, but it isn't finished yet. In the meantime, they make us work out here in the fields. Hlaren visits Kharekh's house twice a week. Maybe you could find something there?
You have to get me out of here!"
I'll check out Kharekh's house and bring your testimony to someone who can help.

Speaking to her again:

"Please, you've got to hurry. Torvayn was a monster. I don't want to meet whoever they send to replace him!"

After the completion of the quest, she can be found in Suran, speaking to one of her past fellow prisoners. She'll express her gratitude for your part in the events that led to her being freed from her unjust imprisonment:

"Free at last! I'll admit, I doubted you'd succeed. But those disgusting Iron Hounds released me today without so much as a "begging your pardon".
Thank you, friend. Thank you."
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