Quest:A Continued Stubbornness

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A Continued Stubbornness
Level 100
Type Solo
Starts with Talfadan
Starts at Pel Dúven
Start Region Pelennor
Map Ref [69.4S, 18.4W]
Ends with Turgon
Ends at South-gate
End Region Pelennor
Map Ref [72.0S, 19.4W]
Quest Chain Old Anórien: Pelennor
Quest Text

Bestowal Dialogue

'Alright, I hate to say this but you've convinced me that I should head over to the White City. There's one last thing that needs to be done though.

'My sheep are out grazing and I can't leave them here. I would never forgive myself if some ruffians got to them!

'Will you go get my sheep and bring them back to the farm so that I may herd them to City?'

Background

Talfadan refuses to leave his farm until after his grazing sheep are brought back so that he may lead them to safety.

Objective 1

  • Find the area where the sheep are grazing in Pelennor

Sheep can be found grazing in the southwestern corner of Pelennor Fields.

You should find and return the sheep to Talfadan.

You've found the sheep but also spy some Orcs looking to climb the mountain

Objective 2

  • Herd grazing sheep back to the farm (0/6)
  • Defeat Orc Scouts (0/6)

Sheep and Orc Scouts can be found grazing in the southwestern corner of Pelennor Fields.

You should find and return the sheep to Talfadan as well as defeat the Orc Scouts.

Sent sheep back to the farm (6/6)
Defeated Orc Scout (6/6)

Objective 3

  • Speak with Talfadan

Talfadan is at Pel Dúven.

You should speak with Talfadan.

Talfadan: 'It's about time! I might have been able to do that faster myself and on these old legs!
'Eh, you've got spirit, that's for sure. Heh heh! I'll be on my way to the White City then, bearded one.'
Talfadan will now leave the farm for Minas Tirith with his sheep
Talfadan says, "Now, come along my sheep."

Objective 4

  • Speak with Turgon

Turgon can be found at the South-gate of the Rammas.

You should speak with Turgon.

Turgon: '<name>, that sounds ilke quite the endeavour to get that one man to safety. I'm sorry to put you through that trial.
'Well, now that Pelennor is clear of men, we can turn our attention to the offensive.'