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Upon speaking with Stoutmantle, he will say the following depending on how much questing (if any) you did in Westfall.
No Questing in WestfallEdit
This is what Stoutmantle will say to anyone who has not done any of the quests in Westfall (more often than not, this will be spoken to death knights):
I left a war once to tend to the troubles back home in Westfall. That seems like a lifetime ago. Thank the Light that the Defias are no longer a threat.
We're a long way from home up here, but if we don't win this battle, there may not be a Westfall to return to.
No Quests in DeadminesEdit
This is what he will say to players who have not completed [22D] (the quest to kill Edwin VanCleef):
Hmm... something familiar about your face <race>... Give me a moment...
Ah ha! Westfall, that is where I recognize you from. You are <name!> It's good to see you again. But, let's hope you can help us finish the job this time.
Now we're a long way from Westfall up here, but if we don't win this battle, there may not be a home to return to.
Completed the Deadmines QuestEdit
And to those who have killed VanCleef:
Well, I'm glad you are here to help out again. We could use all the help we can get. <name>, if you perform the way you did back in Westfall with the People's Militia, we have a chance.
These are dire times, if we don't win this battle, there may not be a Westfall to return to.
Then after subsequent meetings:
With the Light's blessing and your help, <name>, the Defias are no longer a threat.
But we're a long way from Westfall up here, and if we don't win this battle, there may not be a home to return to.