Eivor went to meet the Irish arrival at her settlement's docks.
Eivor spoke with the arrival.
- Azar: Perhaps you can aid me to locating Hytham.
- Eivor: What is your purpose with him?
- Azar: I have brought a sampling of goods from Ireland. That is if I can bring my ships to dock.
Hytham walked into the conversation.
- Hytham: Azar. I see you've met Eivor Wolf-Kissed.
- Azar: Ah, so you are Eivor. In fact, I bring you a message from Ireland.
- Eivor: I know no one in Ireland.
- Azar: The letter is from Dublin's king. Sadly, I seem to have misplaced it.
- Eivor: The King of Dublin? Why would such a one write to me?
- Azar: He wishes to expand trade to England. The purpose of my bringing goods here.
- Hytham: Azar is from the East, but lives in Ireland now. But in matters of trade, Azar, your king should petition Randvi.
- Azar: He claims to know Eivor. He asked me to accompany you on the trip there.
- Eivor: I know no king and am certainly not about to journey to Ireland.
- Hytham: But first, Azar, you must build a trading post. In fact, where is your trading ship?
Hytham, Eivor, and Azar start to walk inland while discussing the trade issue.
- Azar: Ah, yes. An unfortunate incident, most concerning. Trading rivals have blocked the river and thus my goods.
- Eivor: A blocked river hurts all Ravensthorpe. Stay. I'll put things right.
- Hytham: As you see, Eivor is a person of action. Find me later, when the river is safely clear.
- Azar: Of course, my friend! I thank you, Eivor. I will find the king's letter in the meantime.
- Eivor: You keep insisting I know an Irish king. It is a fantasy.
- Eivor: What manner of king is it that sends me letters from Ireland?
Eivor traveled and arrived at the blockade.
- Eivor: Ah. Here is the blockade to be cleared.
Eivor started to burn down the blockade's northern and southern structures.
- Eivor: They won't like that.
Eivor destroyed all the blockade's structures.
- Eivor: Azar's trading rivals are defeated. The river is clear. Now we'll see about this so-called "King of Dublin."
Eivor returned back to her settlement and spoke to Azar.
- Eivor: Azar! The river is clear, save for a few bodies and sticks. Your goods will get through.
- Azar: Your reputation comes honestly, then, though I am not sure about the name Wolf-Kissed.
- Eivor: The scar on my neck.
- Azar: Ah. My Viking name would then be Azar One-Eye.
- Eivor: Thank you, Azar One-Eye. My men will help construct your trade post.
- Azar: Then I am twice-debted to you. If ever you change your mind about Ireland, I will be found in the trade post, once built. O, and I found your letter. Here.
The Irish Outpost was constructed as Eivor read the letter.
- From the Court of Dublin's Glorious King, Bárid mac Ímair
Hello Cousin Eivor! I hope this surprise is a pleasant one.
It has been many years since we parted. Word has reached me that we are now both on the same side of the North Sea. I am certain that you are busy, but could we have a reunion?
In addition to the joy of a reunion, you could advance trade for your band of Norse. Azar is expanding Dublin's markets.
Do come. I look forward with pleasure to your arrival.
- Eivor: My cousin Bárid is alive! And King of Dublin! The nornir never fail to delight.
Eivor met the trader Azar and helped her to open a trade route from Dublin, Ireland to Ledecestrescire, England. She also learned of an invitation to Ireland from her cousin, King Bárid mac Ímair.