Sacred 2:The Lair of Orpheus

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On your way from Twainbrook to Thylysium, you will come across High Elf Outpost 2. In the High Elf Outpost 2, there is a young woman named Mary Ann with a quest. It seems that her lover, was taken by Orpheus, a lord of the undead. She leads you to a cavern near the outpost, one that's got a few grave markers and memorial stones that are easily overlooked given thatMary Ann is somewhat suicidal and keeps getting into trouble. See the Orpheus chain quest for more information on the quest itself.

Once the quest is over, you might consider popping back inside to do a bit of looting and sightseeing...


  • Another slave for the harem of the insatiable Orpheus.
  • Here lies another Gladiator who thought he could take on Orpheus.
  • Gbrr renhd ahsda? Move along, nothing to decipher here...
  • Another satisfied customer of Orpheus. A Battle Mage... Presumably, because there is not much left of him.
  • Here rests a... Darkelf? Who is he when he's at home and where did Orpheus find him?
  • Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fthagn.
- References the fictional language Lovecraft created regarding his Cthulhu Mythos.
  • I should begin to sell tickets...
  • I expected more luxury from a 2-star hotel.
  • A bicycle can't stand alone; it is two tired.
  • A backward poet writes inverse.
  • In a democracy it's your vote that counts. in feudalism, it's your Count that votes.
  • Too late. Someone's been here already.
  • Seek not the Flashing Glaive of Atherton. It seeks you.
- The Flashing Glaive of Atherton is a Unique that can only be attained by entering a numerical code into the game. This weapon belongs to a list of uniques, all released in game by their own unique codes. Originally only offered to the magazine's readers.
  • He fought like a Kobold. So I killed him like a Kobold. Signed, Orpheus
  • Here rests Logamir. He was foolish enough to get in Orpheus' way.


  • There's always something to take the joy out of life. - W.Coker
  • There is no cure for birth and death save to enjoy the interval. - Santayana
  • Pale Death with impartial tread beats at the poor man's door and at the palace of kings. - Horace
  • Guardian of Souls - I cannot protect you from Orpheus.
  • A chicken crossing the road: poultry in motion.
  • If I am away, do not worry. I will be back in time to arrange your timely demise. Sincerely, Orpheus
  • A will is a dead giveaway.
  • Show me a piano falling down a mine shaft and I'll show you A-Flat miner.
- A piano falling down a shaft would flatten a miner, while the miner may scream/sing out in the key of A minor while being flattened

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