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"Acquire" offerings for the Thief-God and his priest.
Zone: Northern Elsweyr
Quest Giver: Humble Zaham
Location(s): The Stitches, Valenwood Gate, Rimmen
Reward: Thief-God's Pants
Average Leveled
XP Gain: Standard Experience
"Careful where you flaunt your wealth, walker. You are a tempting prize indeed!"
A ragged preacher warned me that my wealth and status attract a lot of dangerous attention in Elsweyr, particularly from the folk-hero-turned-god, Rajhin. The preacher solicited me to steal offerings to appease the Khajiit thief-god.

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Beware the Purring Liar
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
I need to steal the ledger from the Goiter's Gulp in the Stitches, an idol from Rimmen, and silk clothing from merchants near the Valenwood Gate.
Objective: Steal the Golden Cat Idol
Objective: Steal the Goiter's Gulp Ledger
Objective: Steal the Wood Elf Silk Clothing
Finishes quest  I stole the offerings for Rajhin. I should bring them to Humble Zaham.
Objective: Talk to Humble Zaham
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