A priest of Tyr named Hlam. He provides healing services, but also the path to Khelgar becoming a Monk.
There are three trials: the Trial of the Even-Handed, the Trial of the Maimed, and the Trial of Justice.
For the Trial of the Even-Handed, simply start a conversation with Khelgar and then ask him about his companions. If youÂ’ve accumulated influence with him to the tune of +7, there wonÂ’t be any trouble completing this trial.
The Trial of the Maimed involves Khelgar obtaining forgiveness from somebody he has hurt in the past. He canÂ’t think of anybody offhand but a chance will come. When you get to the Dwarven Scout area, Khulmar will be unhappy with KhelgarÂ’s decision to become a Monk. KhulmarÂ’s forgiveness is forthcoming when you bring back the Gloves of Ironfist from the nearby Ironfist Hold.
For the Trial of Justice, all that is necessary is for Khelgar to offer to fight in your place during the Trial of Combat.
Here is where youÂ’ll find Judge Olreff. At your option, he sets you on a quest to find a priest of Tyr who went missing. This gives your party access to the Tomb of Betrayers, the entrance to which is located at #4 of the Merchant District.
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