Your assistance to us has been tremendous, <name>, but there is something that is troubling me: these so-called Scourge.
The spirits of the land and air, the waters and the fire below the world, would not abide their presence, but seem to do nothing about them. We will see to it that they are dealt with!
<The greatmother nods her approval of your actions.>
Thank you, <name>, you have done what is right and you have bought us a little more time to finish our preparations for leaving. We will soon make the journey north.
I am too old; when we go, I will not be able to carry everything with me. Would you like to take one of these?