After completing the objectives in the outer valley and at Echocall, there are a number of new points of interest on the map.
A Hordesman is accosted by the entrance by a quartet of Disfavored soldiers. You can get involved and find out that the Horde member stole an iron helmet from the Disfavored, a special kind of helmet issued only to commanders and veterans. You can:
Inspect the helmet and hand it over to the Disfavored→, take it for yourself →→, or give it back. With the appropriate Conquest choice, you can inform the gathering that the helmet is a Disfavored veteran's relic →, after which a Disfavored soldier pays the Hordesman a pair of bronze rings.
Order the Disfavored to pay a fair price, based on the law of spoils.→
Order the Hordesman to sell the helmet for one copper ring and settle the matter.→
Order the Hordesman to give the helmet to the Disfavored.→
Another situation unveils near the sparring grounds, where a Stone Shield argues with a Hordesman over who should own a blade. The former Vendrien housemember lost his falx to a Stone Shield during the fight. He has to secure a proper weapon. The Stone Shield doesn't want to give the falx back. You can:
Judge the falx a war trophy and have the Stone Shield retain it.→→
Order it returned based on Graven Ashe's decree on proper rationing (retaining the falx would be a misuse of resources).→→→ You can gain additional Loyalty with Verse and → if you mention to the Hordesman that the strong lead in the Chorus and he shouldn't expect a Fatebinder to fight his wars.
Order the Stone Shield to give a proper alternative to the falx to the Hordesman.→→
Claim it for yourself, er, the Court, as an artifact of a conquered people.→→→