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  • Ccurlin
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    Hello! I’m experiencing an issue with the quest “demon odor at the Tithe”. Prior to the attack in Lunden, I found the warehouse and thought it was odd there was a shelf that could be pulled. So I went through and moved all the shelves and the stuck man was just on his stomach. Nothing happened from here. The issue I’m having is that after the attack, the sidequest was activated so I may actually play it. I had no idea what I found early was a quest area. But when I went back, all the shelves I pushed around were off their tracks and standing on the jars! I destroyed the jars to put the shelf back on the ground but they were spawned joff the tracks. The quest is now non-completable. All the shelves are moved out of the way but when I talk to the man he says absolutely nothing and nothing happens. I may suggest a patch that would restart quest zones like these if the player leaves the area (such as fast travels to another city/sync point). Please help, I want to complete every sidequest! Thank you so much!

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