Quest:A Dangerous Road (Norcrofts)

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This page is about the quest in the Norcrofts . For the quest in Evendim , see Quest:A Dangerous Road
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A Dangerous Road
Level 78
Type Solo
Starts with Runald
Starts at Norcrofts
Start Region Norcrofts
Map Ref [49.1S, 53.0W]
Ends with Ofrith
Ends at Trader's Outpost
End Region Norcrofts
Map Ref [48.7S, 55.3W]
Quest Group Norcrofts
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'We are at last ready to begin the dangerous march to Edoras. We have been warned that this first step of our journey may be the most dangerous to take, as those heading south from town have frequently been ambushed and assaulted by Orcs.

'You have been a welcome friend to us, <name>, might I make one final request? Safeguard us on this first leg of our journey, so that we may yet reach our destination without incident.'

Background

Runald and his familly have prepared their waggon, said their farewells, and are ready to begin their dangerous journey south to Edoras.

Objective 1

  • Help escort Runald's family to safety

Runald and his family await at the southern entrance to the village of Elthengels.

Runald has asked you to help escort his family safely along the first section of their journey west.

Runald: 'We are ready to depart whenever you are. Please keep the waggon safe…we will surely be a target for the Orcs as we take this first section of road.'
Complete the Instance: A Dangerous Road quest.

Objective 2

  • Thank Ofrith at the trader's outpost for his help

Ofrith can be found within the trader's outpost, west along the road from Elthengels.

Runald has made it safely to the trader's outpost and has taken the road south. He has asked you to give his thanks to Ofrith for his support.

Ofrith: 'There is no need to thank us. It is our pleasure to help those in need. If we cannot depend upon each other for aid, we may as well let the Orcs take us and be finished with it.
'I see that you, too, understand this. Take this for your trouble…I believe that good deeds are deserving of merit.'