Quest:Army of One

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Army of One
Level 50
Type Fellowship
Starts with Brúnfair
Starts at Gath Forthnír
Start Region Angmar
Map Ref [10.9N, 23.9W]
Quest Group Barad Gúlaran
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'If Amarthiel's words are true we must strike swiftly and concisely. We will not be given reprieve or quarter should we fail.

'We must rely on others to assist us against this foe while we work with Golodir to determine our best course of pursuit. If the sorcerers within Barad Gúlaran succeed at calling forth the ancient evil they mean to control, we shall face a foe we do not have the numbers to defeat.

'I ask you now, <name>, to gather your fellows, enter the accursed halls of Barad Gúlaran, and face the Enemy called to the service of Angmar. I do not know how you will defeat this horror, I only know that you shall see great reward for your success.'

Background

Brúnfair called you to his aid to seek out and stop the creation of an army within the walls of Barad Gúlaran. With the discovery of Amarthiel's plan, the Council of the North has swiftly reacted to the newly discovered threat and wishes to dispatch those brave enough to face the enemies within the forces.

Their hope is that the army Amarthiel promised to summon can be stopped when there is but one such enemy to stop the destruction of Eriador.

Objective 1

Find the terror called to service in the halls of Barad Gúlaran and put an end to it before the sorceresses can summon more of the beasts to Angmar's service.

Brúnfair dispatched you to Barad Gúlaran to face and defeat the great evil the sorceresses call to the service of Angmar. This army must be destroyed before it grows too large for the few defenders of Eriador to face.

Objective 2

  • Talk to Brúnfair

You have succeeded in defeating the terror within Barad Gúlaran. Return to Brúnfair and tell him of your victory.

After a grueling battle, you successfully faced and slew the first Rogmul enslaved by the sorceresses of Barad Gúlaran.

Brúnfair: 'PENDING