The Queen of Sheba’s Sword
|Reward||Option to buy Queen of Sheba´s sword for 2.1k Groschen|
The Queen of Sheba’s Sword is a Quest in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. The Sasau swordsmith told me some pilgrim wandering the area said he had come from Jerusalem and had been selling fragments he claimed came from the sacred sword of the Queen of Sheba. The swordsmith would like to get his hands on those fragments and he offered me a handsome reward for helping him to achieve that.
Important NPCs and Characters
- Swordsmith - Sasau
The Queen of Sheba’s Sword Objectives
- Collect together the five pieces of the Queen of Sheba's sword and bring them to the swordsmith in Sasau.
- Wait until the smith has the sword forged.
- Go and take a look at the Queen of Sheba's sword made whole again.
The Queen of Sheba’s Sword Walkthrough
- One piece from the Ledetchko blacksmith for ~200 Groschen.
- One piece from the Rattay swordsmith. The easiest way to get this one is to have a high lockpick skill, but if you don't then go up the stairs outside at night. Inside the window there will either be the shop guard sleeping there or an open bed. If the guard is there fail to pickpocket him and get in a fist fight, then sit on the bed throught the window. Now sneak to the swordsmith and either knock him out or pickpocket the trunk key from him. Open trunk and you have the sword piece.
- One piece from Zach the blacksmith in Sasau. Zach's forge is next to the monastary. Either pickpocket the piece off of him or follow him on his way home and knock him out in a location where you wont be seen.
- One piece is in the Talmberg blacksmith's house in the second room to the left on a barrel.
- One piece is rewarded for getting Pickman a job in Rattay. Pickman has to be chosen as water carrier for you to be rewarded. Talk to the Rattay baliff to start the Aquarius quest to get Skalitz refugees jobs.
- A sixth piece can be found in the lower floor backroom of the [north] rattay blacksmith's house. This piece can be used to replace pickmans piece if missed.
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