Quest:Barad Guldur:The End of the Nightmare

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Barad Guldur:The End of the Nightmare
Level 65
Type Raid
Repeatable Yes
Starts with Tattered Robes
Starts at Barad Guldur
Start Region Mirkwood
Map Ref [13.9S, 42.2W]
Ends with Celeborn
Ends at Caras Galadhon
End Region Lothlórien
Map Ref [15.4S, 66.9W]
Quest Group Barad Guldur
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'You can scarcely hold these robes as you fear that the wraith who bore them may yet be lurking within their depths.'

'Steeling yourself, you shake the tattered robes in search of any clue as to the identity of their former owner and their fate.'

'Finding nothing, you decide it best to take them with you to Belvaer. Perhaps he will know what to do with them.'

Background

Upon your ascent, you faced and bested one of the Nine Ringwraiths in battle. The robes of the Nazgûl are the proof you bear of this incredible deed, and the Elves below will wish to see what you have accomplished this day.

Objective 1

Belvaer stands below at Dol Guldur.

You should speak with Belvaer and show him the remnants of the Nazgûl you slew.

Belvaer: Belvaer takes the robes from you and looks them over, utterly nonplussed.

'You have accomplished that which I never dared hope, even in the farthest reaches of my dreams. Our entire campaign here may very well owe its success to you and your good companions.

'Your deed is far too great for me to honour properly, <name>. You should take these with you and go to Celeborn in Lórien. Take this coin with you and present both to him. He will wish to hear your story.

'May the grace of the Elves guide you on your way, <name>. You are a true hero.'

Objective 2

Celeborn is in Caras Galadhon, his fair Elven-home in Lothlórien.

Belvaer gave you a coin to present to Celeborn along with the tattered robes of the Nazgûl you slew.

Celeborn: 'Well met, <name>. I am well aware of your deeds prior to our campaign in Dol Guldur. I have heard also of your most recent exploits to further our cause there.

'Those robes you carry are most foul indeed; I would believe your tale just from these, let alone the coin of challenge given to you by Belvaer.

'Take these as gratitude for your heroic efforts in our campaign against the enemy forces at Dol Guldur.'