In Underground RIver i just made this quest and i have to say: What an amount of bullshit!!
Sorry devs, it's no disrespect meant, but i have to say that alould.
Anyone that read a bit of drow lore would see how unreal that quest was, anyone that read some drow novels (as me) become immediatly spechless with that amount of bullshit. In this quest drows were taken as a neighbors culture as if they're humans with point ears and dark skin.
A noble drow can't be with the servant whom she love because her family wish someone better... that's... i can't say the word without offense to someone, so let's just say that's the most crap quest in Siege of Dragonspear.
Just to say what would happen in circunstances like that:
1° - The noble female in the matriarchal society of drows would simply request the intimate services of the servant and that possible love would start with lust and desire. Pretty normal and acceptable for drows. They would laught at the notion of chastity.
That young female would give the servant male influence, giving him a leverage among others of his class (male drow servants) what would probally making the loved male a target and a dead corpse unless he can take care of himself as that's the true of drow society.
Problem solved and no reason for them to go to the upper underdark.
2° - If that love became more than passion and self satisfaction, the issue would eventually be taken to the matron mother of that drow house, when she would evaluate if: (i) can i profit of that sentiment to better control that daughter? (ii) Can that emotion create problems for me in the future?
If the first question is positive, she would use the link to manipulate the noble daughter (she or any sister that take notice of the relationship) and if the second answer is the positive one, she would either kill the male or, if he's valuable, take measures to break the relationship.
3° - A drow raiding party would NEVER talk with surfaces, specially if battle has already begun, to do that they would need to be outmached, with no chances of victory or escape.
4° - The vision of viconia, a renegate drow priest that renounced Lolth would make everything go to the space and those drows would surelly press the attack to kill viconia. "Fuck the noble female, there's a sworn enemy of the spider queen in my sight", that would be the feeling.
5° - this quest is a bad attempt to copy Solaufein and Phaere history of BG2.
6° - Even by surface standarts the quest feels like a bad worked joke.