Bound By Flame Walkthrough

Bound By Flame Timid Request Walkthrough

Bound By Flame Timid Request is a side-quest you can complete for Sybil, while playing the second act of the video game, named Battle In The Icy Grip.

Timid Request; however is also a side-quest that can be missed if you don’t activate it and complete it before starting The Assault main-quest.

Furthermore, Timid Request becomes available only after you find Mathras, thus after you complete The Dead City, or the first chapter.

The side-quest, can and should be completed immediately after you activate it, because it helps you improve your hero’s relation with Sybil and it also allows you to earn more experience points for your hero.

Bound By Flame Walkthrough – Timid Request Quest

To begin Timid Request, first you have to complete The Dead City so you can find Mathras. During the first conversation, ask him to return to the camp and wait for you there.

Now, focus on finishing The Dead City main quest, which will eventually lead you back to the camp in Steppes of Caraldthas. Next, talk to Arandil so you can start the second chapter or the main quest named Reconquest.

After you talk to Arandil, approach Sybil and ask her what she thinks about Mathras.

Tip: While in the area, you should also talk to Rhelmar, to start the Camp Security side-quest, which is very accessible.

Now check your quest log and notice that Timid Request was added. Leave Sybil in the camp, travel to the northern tunnel, and talk to Mathras the Deadwalker.

Tip: You can ask as many questions as you like, but he will not tell you anything about his sex life; therefore, ask him to follow you.

If Mathras is not in your party he won’t discuss anything involving his personal matters. Once you recruit Mathras, turn around and talk to him again.

You can notice that a new set of questions was unlocked. Ask him about his wives, then return to Sybil and tell her what you have found. Eventually Sybil will be pleased and Timid Request ends.

Bound By Flame Walkthrough
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