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In the room to its west is a wheel which drains the water when turned. Back in the drained room, you can loot a Gleaming Silver Key by the fountain. The key unlocks a door to the north of the water wheel room.
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Continue through this passage, fighting through oozes, until you reach a dead end to the south east. Interact with a wall-mounted lever to open the treasury, and interact with the spirit to find out what really happened to the priests: They died of thirst, waiting for Wirtan's promised rescue that never realized, locked in the vault with no means of escape. Return to the first floor there is a shortcut that leads to the first floor in the northeastern section of the second floor , and confront Wirtan. He will argue that he had no choice, as the temple was sealed by Raedric's men.
Eder will disagree, stating that he'd have dug them out with his own hands if he knew. You may choose to accept Wirtan's payment, or confront him about how the priests died. After confronting him, you may take the payment, convince him to make amends, or kill him, and take the money from his body. After retrieving the bones and returning to Wirtan , choose these options:.
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Gilded Vale Temple of Eothas. Wirtan joins Gramrfel 's party in Magran's Fork. Walk past Wirtan, and turn him in to Urgeat.
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Return bones to Wirtan, and order him into exile. Return bones to Wirtan, and tell him to make amends. Return bones to Wirtan, and leave without confrontation. Lord Raedric has decided to rededicate Gilded Vale's abandoned Eothasian temple to a new deity. The entrance to the temple has been cleared, allowing entry for the first time in many years.
Inside the temple, I encountered a man called Wirtan who wishes for me to search the ruins for the remains of Eothasian priests he tells me Raedric's guards slaughtered many years ago. The door to the lower floor appears to be sealed with some enchantment.
There is a set of bells beside the door which may play a part in opening it. I have found the correct sequence of chimes and opened the path to the lower reaches of the temple. I have found a sealed chamber at the lowest point of the temple. It seems to be a vault of some kind. I have seen some manner of spirit within the temple - or a memory, at least. Fox shrugged when asked why Cilins had confided in him.
Of believing they did what they did and there was no big deal. To Cilins, giving gifts may have seemed simply like the cost of doing business in places like Guinea. Many countries aggressively prosecute domestic corruption but are much more permissive when it comes to bribes paid abroad. Until fairly recently, French firms that gave bribes in order to secure business in foreign countries could declare them as deductible business expenses. In recent years, however, international norms have begun changing. Major companies, like Siemens and K.
Rio Tinto, too, has contended with corruption; in , four representatives of the company were convicted of accepting bribes in China. Many multinational corporations have responded to the increased vigilance about graft by establishing robust internal-compliance departments that monitor employee behavior.
Fox and his colleagues discovered that she was living in Jacksonville, Florida. The World Bank estimates that forty per cent of the private wealth in Africa is held outside the continent. In a recent civil-forfeiture proceeding against the son of the dictator of Equatorial Guinea, the Justice Department documented some of his possessions: a twelve-acre estate in Malibu, a Gulfstream jet, seven Rolls-Royces, eight Ferraris, and a white glove once worn by Michael Jackson. When you disembark from a plane in Conakry, the corruption hits you almost as quickly as the heat.
At the airport, a uniformed officer will stop you, raising no specific objections but making it clear, with his body, that your exit from the situation will be transactional. He had been charged with establishing a new mining code that would create a more equitable balance between the interests of the mining companies and the people of Guinea.
In addition, he had been asked to review all existing mining contracts and recommend whether any of them should be renegotiated or rescinded. But when he turned his focus on Simandou he had no staff of trained inspectors, so he relied on D.
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Piper, the law firm, and Steven Fox, the investigator. Last October, he sent an incendiary letter to representatives of the joint venture between Vale and B. The letter accused B.
Thiam came to the job, in early , with stellar credentials. After obtaining an economics degree from Cornell, he had worked as a banker at Merrill Lynch and U. Thiam was handsome, very polished, and a champion of Beny Steinmetz. Steven Fox, the American investigator, had discovered that while Thiam was minister he took to driving around Conakry in a Lamborghini.
He paid for both properties with cash.
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Thiam currently lives in the U. This spring, I visited him at his elegant office, on Madison Avenue. He denied any wrongdoing. The Manhattan apartment, he explained, was paid for with money that he had made in banking. And he had bought the country estate on behalf of a Mozambican friend who was looking to invest in the U. Thiam refused to name the friend. The Lamborghini was not a sports car but a four-wheel-drive vehicle.
He regards the review of the B. He paused. Compared with the lives of the whole country? When B. Oddly, B. But how do you prove corruption?