Head south-east. You will find an enclosure with golden sheep and a Golden Apple Tree in it.
Talk to Lalli and ask him about golden wool. He will mention that he gave some golden wool to another human named Askeladden. Note that you must complete the conversation or speaking to Askeladden will not work.
Return to Rellekka and speak with Askeladden, the Fremennik boy located south of the longhall. Progress through the dialogue and he will give you a pet rock.
Return to Lalli with the pet rock. He will say that he does not want another, so tell him that you can make him a delicious stone soup instead.
Talk to Lalli once more and then use the potato, onion, cabbage, and rock on his cauldron. He will then give you golden fleece.
Return to Rellekka and use the Golden fleece on the spinning wheel in the south-west corner of the village to spin it into a ball of golden wool. Use the wool on the lyre.
Travel to the tiny peninsula located south-west of Rellekka with the lyre in your inventory. Use the raw shark on the strange altar there. A Fossegrimen spirit will appear and bless your lyre.
Return to Rellekka and go backstage through the north-east door that is guarded by a bouncer. Play your lyre in front of the crowd. You will receive Olaf's vote.
Peer the Seer
Items needed: None
Speak to Peer the Seer can be found south-west of the market in Rellekka.
To enter his house you must solve a simple puzzle. The answer is a four letter word, and Peer will give you a clue for each letter and the word itself. Possible answers include: "tree", "time", "life", "mage", "fire", "wind", "mind" and "disk".
Use the sealed vase with the frozen table to freeze the water, which then expands in the vase and shatters it. You will receive a key frozen in a block of ice (If you accidentally freeze the water without sealing it, use it on the range to empty it).
Thaw the frozen key on the range, then go down the eastern ladder again and out the exit. You will receive Peer the Seer's vote.
Use the hunters' talisman that he gives you to locate and kill the Draugen. It will travel no further east or south than the intersection at Sinclair's Mansion. It appears in a different place for each player. Remember, the Draugen is not visible until you get close to his location.
When you finally find the Draugen, simply kill him. Do not drop or lose the talisman as it contains the Draugen's spirit, so you will have to fight him again!
After you have defeated the Draugen once, return to Sigli to get his vote.
Go to the clothing store to the west of the market and ask Yrsa about them. She will agree to make the boots only if Brundt the Chieftain produces a fiscal statement that lowers the taxes on the stores.
If you talk to Brundt in the longhall, he will tell you that the clan will be able to afford it if Sigli the Huntsman will give him a tracking map showing the best places to hunt monsters.
Go to the helmet store just north of the longhall. The shopkeeper Skulgrimen will give you one in exchange for the unusual fish that the Fisherman caught.
On the docks to the north of Rellekka Market, you'll find the Fisherman. He will ask you to get a sea fishing map showing the best spots to catch edible fish.
Find Swensen the Navigator. He is in a house south of the market. He will make the map but he will want a weather forecast first.
Peer the Seer will give you a forecast if you can find him a bodyguard and make him sign a warrior's contract.
Thorvald the Warrior can be found in the helmet store. He wants you to get him a seat in the long hall, which will require a champion's token, in exchange for becoming the Seer's bodyguard.
Manni the Reveller is in the long hall. He will gladly give up his seat if Thora the Barkeep will make him one of her legendary cocktails.
Thora will only agree to make one if you can get a signed promissory note from Askeladden for him to stay out of the bar.
Talk to Askeladden (who is outside the long hall) to get the promissory note for 5000 coins.
Give the promissory note to Thora.
Give the legendary cocktail to Manni.
Give the champion's token to Thorvald.
Give the warrior's contract to the Seer.
Give the weather forecast to Swensen.
Give the sea fishing map to the Fisherman.
Give the unusual fish to Skulgrimen.
Give the custom bowstring to Sigli.
Give the tracking map to Brundt.
Give the fiscal statement to Yrsa.
Give the sturdy boots to Olaf.
Give the Fremennik ballad to the Sailor.
Finally, give the exotic flower to Sigmund. You will receive his vote.
Items needed: None
Talk to Swensen in his house located south-west of the longhall and south of the marketplace. In order to receive his vote you need to navigate through his maze of portals.
Go down the ladder in the small room in his house. In each room, there are four portals: One on the north wall, one on the south wall, one on the east wall, and one on the west wall. One of the portals will take you to the next room. The other three will send you back to the start. The correct order is as follows:
After you have done that, talk to Swensen. You will receive his vote.
1. You must defeat him at least three out of four times.
2. You must fight to the death.
3. You are not allowed to use weapons or armour - which also means no runes, staves, et cetera (You can use food, prayer, and rings of recoil, & you can bring a dismantled godsword)
Players whose combat stats are 40 or higher will not find Koschei overly challenging
Go into the basement to begin the fight, after you have banked all unnecessary items.
Koschei's first form is easy and should give you no problems. After you defeat him, he will regain all of his health and get stronger. There is no safe place to hide and attack, although you can trap him over the poles with fire burning on top of them and heal yourself. Just don't stay there too long or he'll disappear and reappear after you run around, and you'll start over at his first form.
His second form is comparatively stronger than the first, but should still be easy to take down. If Koschei seems to be hitting you a lot, eat some food or use prayers.
His third form is not too hard, however, he has a lot more lifepoints so you should expect a longer fight.
The fourth form is a little more challenging than his third, but not required to defeat, as the first rule states that you must defeat him three times. You must either kill him in his fourth form or be killed in order to receive Thorvald's vote.
If you managed to defeat Koschei three or more times, you will receive Thorvald's vote.