Prince Kiros Nandelu
This article is about the Atlas Park Mutant starting contact that replaced Antonio Nash (Pre-Issue 21). For his Galaxy City (Pre-Issue 21) version, see Prince Kiros Nandelu (Pre-Issue 21).
|Prince Kiros Nandelu|
Mutant Hero Liaison
|Coordinates||(-6, -784, -1026)|
== Level 5-9 ==|
Prince Kiros Nandelu is a hero contact in the Atlas Plaza neighborhood of Atlas Park at coordinates (-6, -784, -1026) Prince Kiros Nandelu is a Mutation origin contact. His level range is 1-4. Heroes who do the Galaxy City tutorial will not be directed to him by default, but can contact him if they choose.
Contact Introduced By
None, Prince Kiros Nandelu is the initial contact for Mutation based heroes.
- Single contact option
- I wish to introduce you to one of my friends.
I'd like you to meet Ron Hughes. He's a reporter, and lately he's been interested in the Skulls. Ron's magazine is located in Kings Row, so that's where he can be found.
Ron believes that science should be used for the good of all.
Juan Jimenez is a great photographer, and he's always got his ear to the ground. You should talk to him and see if he's following any big stories on the Skulls. Juan is currently covering a story in Kings Row.
Juan is always eager to help, and he knows where the action is.
There's a young reporter named Linda Summers who you might enjoy chatting with. She's always pursuing some crime related story, especially stories dealing with the Skulls. Linda's latest scoop has her in Kings Row.
Linda responds well to directness and fair treatment.
Mutant Hero Liaison
An honest to goodness African prince, Kiros Nandelu was given an ambassadorship to America when his mutant powers were discovered. His ability to see into the ultraviolet and infrared spectrums wasn't useful enough to make him a hero in his own right, but it got the attention of the Federal Bureau of Super-Powered Affairs, who needed a new GIFT liaison in Paragon City. Humbled and inspired by the chance to work alongside such heroes as the Statesman, Prince Kiros hastily accepted. He now splits his time between helping new heroes and his ambassadorial duties, which are light, to say the least.
Wrong Origin Introduction
I am afraid that I can do nothing to help you. You should seek the advice of Active Contact.
It will be my pleasure to assist you in your duties, Character. I hope that this will be the beginning of a successful and wondrous path for you.
- Greetings. We have much to do.
- Let us work to bring peace to this city.
You are unwise to take on so many tasks, Character. I insist that you complete some of the work you already have.
Too Low Level
I have something, but I'm afraid it is classified Security Level 4.
No More Missions
I don't have any more tasks for you. Perhaps your other contacts can be more helpful.
- Inspirations (Luck, Catch a Breath, Enrage)
- Level 1 Training Enhancements (100% base costs) (Power 10 only)
You have become an excellent friend, Character. I have made certain new inspirations available to you. Please, call on me whenever you need assistance.
- Inspirations (all)
You have all the trust that I can give. I hope these new enhancements will help you.
- Level 1 Training Enhancements (100% base costs)
Missions (Level 1+)
Meet Sarah Peters and talk to her about the theft
Visit Sarah Peters in Atlas Park
I just spoke to Sarah Peters, an FCC investigator who tracks illegal broadcasts. She's intercepted some messages from Council soldiers. It seems they're planning to steal a powerful artifact that the government's been trying to protect for decades. Please meet Sarah Peters and talk to her about the theft.
Sarah seems pretty upset. If the Council is involved, that's certainly understandable.
You should talk to Sarah Peters. If it involves the Council, it may be important.
- Visit Sarah Peters in Atlas Park
Oh, Character! Contact told me to expect you. You should hurry; I hear those Council soldiers are already on the move. You've got to get to the warehouse and find crate 878-932 before they do. Get it to Azuria in City Hall; it'll be safe there. Good luck, Character. And whatever you do, don't look inside the crate!
Locate crate 878-932
It's up to you to find that crate before the Council does.
In the distance, you hear shouted orders and the sounds of heavy boots on cement floors.
- Locate crate 878-932
This is crate 878-932! You got to it before the Council found it.
You look for the ID number on the crate.
You have found an ID number.
This large crate is labeled 878-932. According to Sarah Peters, it contains a powerful artifact that the Council intended to steal. You have an almost irresistible urge to peek inside.
Take the crate to Azuria
You need to get that crate to Azuria for safekeeping.
- Take the crate to Azuria
Thank you. I shall place this within the vault and guard it with the strongest wards. The artifact within is not a thing for mortal or immortal use. You didn't look upon it, did you?
Azuria tells me that that contents of crate 878-932 are safe in the MAGI vaults.
She didn't want me to speak of this to many people, but you've earned the right to know: the artifact within is known as a Looking Lens. By peering through it, you can see the very desires of the people around you. That's why you had to keep the crate closed, Character. There is some information that no one is meant to have.
Put a stop to the gang activity in the office
Arrest all gang members
A group of gangsters has taken over an abandoned office in one of my old neighborhoods. It's probably the Hellions. They're always looking to take over new territory in their ongoing war with the Skulls. Will you put a stop to the gang activity in that office? You may have heard that before I joined GIFT, Genetic Investigation and Facilitation, I was in a gang. I used my mutant powers to take whatever I could grab. I'd like to prevent these youngsters from making the same mistake.
This is important to me, Character. We need people to feel safe in Atlas Park.
Once a gang gets a solid foothold in an area, it is very difficult to root them out.
Jeers and jibes can be heard all over this supposedly empty office. From the chatter it's apparent that this warehouse is home to a group of Skulls, not Hellions.
- Arrest all gang members
You defeated the Skulls and found a small sample of a drug labeled Dyne.
You found this small dose of the street drug Dyne on one of the Skulls you defeated. It's packaged in a black capsule with a white skull. It looks like just the thing to appeal to those looking for the latest designer drug.
Talk to Antonio Nash
- Talk to Antonio Nash
The Skulls? What are they doing in Atlas Park? Kings Row is their turf. Do me a favor and go talk to my friend Detective Jose Brogan. He'll want to take a look at that sample as well.
Talk to Jose Brogan
Detective Brogan is very familiar with local gang activity.
- Talk to Jose Brogan
I heard there were some Skulls sniffing around Atlas Park, but I thought it was just a rumor. You might want to see what you can dig up in this supposedly empty warehouse.
Dyne is pretty new on the streets, so nobody knows much about it. It gives users a rush of euphoria and strength, but it leaves their whole body aching afterwards. Some muscle spasms and skin diseases have even been linked to Dyne use. It looks like the Skulls are looking for a new market in which to peddle their poison.
Defeat all Skulls in warehouse
Detective Brogan knows what's what. Listen to him, Character.
The familiar taunts of the Skulls ring in your ears.
- Defeat all Skulls in warehouse
- Find key to back room, Seek evidence
You defeated the Skulls and located a notebook.
This small notebook is filled with dates and other numbers. You aren't certain what the numbers might mean.
Looks like this might be the beginning of a distribution plan. We will need to look this over and keep an eye out for Skulls activity. Thanks a lot for your help on this one, Character.
Secure the painting before it's stolen
Defeat all painting thieves
We got a call from McCorman Industries last night. They reported a squad of Council soldiers scouting their office. It turns out that McCorman recently acquired a painting called 'The Lonely Horseman.' It's a decent painting, but, more importantly, it's rumored to be painted over a map to a boatload of gold bullion that sank somewhere off the Atlantic coast. I think these Council goons may be planning to steal it. Can you secure the painting before it's stolen?
After you've secured the painting, take it to a lady named Iris Parker. She can get it back to McCorman Industries without incident.
You have to stop the thieves and retrieve that painting.
You hear crisply barked orders over the sound of distant terrified screams.
- Defeat all painting thieves
- Find the painting
You defeated the thieves and secured the painting.
You got the painting!
This somber painting shows a single horseman looking toward a distant church tower, his lance tip pointing at the ground. According to your contact, this painting obscures a map to a lost cache of gold bullion.
Take painting to Iris Parker
You need to get that painting to Iris Parker. She'll make sure it gets back to the rightful owner.
- Take painting to Iris Parker
You really came through on this one, Character. I'll make sure this painting gets back to the rightful owners.
The Council is a very dangerous organization, Character, and they've been around long enough to know what they're doing. They attacked Paragon City back in the 50's, and were only stopped by the might of Atlas. If they're up to their old shenanigans, we'll have to keep our eye on them.
Missions (Level 4+)
Talk to the Security Chief
Talk to Security Chief
I need you to go talk to the Atlas Park Security Chief. He has information about the current situation here in Atlas Park. Your compass will guide you there.
Please listen carefully to the Security Chief. If he has a task for you, it will be very important.
The Security Chief just called again; he really needs your help!
- Talk to Security Chief
Here is a briefing sheet on the situation in Atlas Park. Now get out there and help take out some Hellions. If I were you, I'd try looking for them in the Promenade or Prometheus Park.
Atlas Park is probably the finest place in the city. Clean and beautiful, hustling and bustling, Atlas Park was the first place to be restored after the Rikti War. Of course, the Hellions do cause some problems here and there. They started out as just a street gang, but some of them seem to have acquired pretty unusual abilities. The police can't do much about superpowered thugs; it's up to you Heroes to help out.
Keep peace in Atlas Park
You should be out fighting Hellions.
- Keep peace in Atlas Park
- Defeat 5 Hellions
You have defeated 5 Hellions.
Well done, Character. With Heroes like you around we have a chance to make Atlas Park safe for everyone.