Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Valerie Quests Walkthrough

Shelyn’s Chosen
Again, at some point you’ll receive some visitors in your throne room. That will start a new quest. Go to the Oleg’s Trading Post location and find the entrance to the area. Valerie’s former boss will be waiting for you here. Remember that Valerie must join your squad! Fight against the enemy. After winning, Valerie can kill him or say that the battle is over. This fight leaves a scar on her face. Return to the capital, get out of the throne room and talk with the lady standing on the right side of the entrance. This will end the quest.

Burning Bridges
Sooner or later, a man will come to the throne room and complain about Valerie’s scar. You will need to talk to the Storyteller and Linzi, then get outside and talk to Valerie who is standing to the right of the throne room. You should say that she never considered beauty as the main component of life. Soon, the task will be completed, and you will get 1200 experience points.

Note. You can give Dryad Tokens and Taldan Warrior’s Dog Tags to the Storyteller, receiving experience points from him.

Judgement of the Gods
The quest will start automatically after you receive a visitor in the throne room. You’ll get a letter related to Valerie and the Prism temple. Get to the town square and chat with the girl. Take her to your squad and go to the west to find the temple of Shelyn. Go inside and either eliminate all the sectarians or agree to have Valerie take part in the tribunal. During the procession, you can just keep silence: Shelyn will be found not guilty, and one of the fanatics with his guards will attack the girl. Kill them all. At the end of the fight, Valerie must talk to you first. If this did not happen, then there are a couple more enemies in the temple (search for them in every corner and finish them off to start a conversation).

Leave the temple and return to the capital. Go outside and talk to Valerie on the town square to complete this quest.

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