If the Nameless One has confessed his role is Deionarra's death to her father, Iannis, Yves will later be able to share a story about it. Interestingly, a very important part of the tale involves something that can change the nature of a man – regret.
There are numerous stories Yves can share with the Nameless One. Since she shares stories quid pro quo, many of these can only be heard under certain circumstances. Each tale Yves shares grants 500 XP.
|Yves' stories||Told in return for|
|"The Chapters of Dust"||The Nameless One's story of waking up in the Mortuary|
|"The Clock and the Quadrone"||The Nameless One telling the story of the Alley of Lingering Sighs|
|"The Fiend's Game"||Morte's story of a man granted three wishes|
|"The Gilded Tale"||The Nameless One telling the story of Reekwind's Curse|
|"The Lady's Suitor"||The Nameless One telling the story of the Alley of Dangerous Angles|
|The story of an unshared experience||The Nameless One telling the story of Pharod|
|"The Execution"||The Nameless One telling the story of Ignus|
|"The Parched Land"||Annah's story of a man with a mysterious box|
|"The Petitioner at the Gate"||The Nameless One telling the story of the Silent King|
|Yves' version of "Ach'ali Drowning"||Dak'kon's story "Ach'ali Drowning"|
|"Flowers and Sensates"||Nordom's story about modrons fixing a gear|
|"The Beekeeper's Tale."||The Nameless One telling the story of the Dreambuilder|
Yves will tell a few different stories if she is asked about certain people:
- Ravel Puzzlewell
- Yves, herself, and why she collects stories
- Kesai-Serris (specifically, whether Kesai is related to Ravel)
Hearing all of Yves' tales (including the stories told after companions have shared their tales) unlocks the Tattoo of the Tale-Weaver.