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So, I seem to be stuck at the point in the main story where I follow Elizabeth and Abraham to Jhelom. I have already spoken with the mayor there, and confronted Del Snel, which ended in his death. As I understand it, I am supposed to go speak to Batlin in Brittania again to inquire about the murderers' whereabouts, but he simply says they are away. So when I go to Vesper, there isn't even an option to discuss Elizabeth and Abraham with the Mayor there.

Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
Post edited March 28, 2013 by andrew281
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andrew281: So, I seem to be stuck at the point in the main story where I follow Elizabeth and Abraham to Jhelom. I have already spoken with the mayor there, and confronted Del Snel, which ended in his death. As I understand it, I am supposed to go speak to Batlin in Brittania again to inquire about the murderers' whereabouts, but he simply says they are away. So when I go to Vesper, there isn't even an option to discuss Elizabeth and Abraham with the Mayor there.

Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
Following Elizabeth and Abraham is a wild goose chase where they will always be one step ahead of you and the trail will eventually end cold at Buccaneers Den.

Play the court jester Chuckles's The Game at Lord British Castle to get his help. (Either try each dialogue option and keep playing The Game or take note of the words and find the pattern he uses throughout the Game) He will refer you to someone in Minoc. Read through the scroll he gives you all the way to the end at the last page.

Speak to that person and pay to get that service.

Investigate the angle with the wisps by talking to people in Empath Abbey and the woods around there after that.
Thanks for the help man. I was feeling pretty sunk at that point in the game. I'm going to follow your steps as soon as I finish my play through of Vampire The Masquerade : Redemption.