Quest:Blinding the Enemy (Dor-en-Ernil)

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This page is about a quest in Dor-en-Ernil. For the quest in Eaworth, see Quest:Blinding the Enemy
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Blinding the Enemy
Level 100
Type Solo
Repeatable yes
Starts with Herion
Starts at Linhir
Start Region Dor-en-Ernil
Map Ref [80.6S, 44.9W]
Quest Chain Linhir
Quest Text

Bestowal Dialogue

'I have heard talk of more violence to the northwest. Our scouts lead us to believe that the Corsairs have seized Dol Brannor, one of our south-beacons, and now use it as a perch to slay our people from afar.

'They cannot be allowed to hold such an advantage within our lands, for it makes supplying our men a great challenge and travel nigh impossible.

'Travel to Dol Brannor and see if their forces are still camped at the beacon. If they have been so bold, make certain they regret their arrogance.'

Background

The Haradrim and Corsairs have laid claim to Dol Brannor, and now their cruel archers use the beacon's perch to slay those who would dare to travel the roads below.

Objective 1

  • Patrol Dol Brannor

Dol Brannor can be found to northwest of Linhir in Dor-en-Ernil.

Herion has asked you to patrol the beacon of Dol Brannor and defeat any of the Enemy's forces that have made camp there.

Dol Brannor has been seized by Corsair sentries!

Objective 2

  • Defeat Corsair snipers at Dol Brannor (0/6)
  • Defeat the Haradrim War-master at Dol Brannor

Corsair snipers can be found around Dol Brannor in Dor-en-Ernil.

You have discovered a group of Corsairs led by a Haradrim War-master. You should defeat them before they can slay more travellers on the roads below.

Defeated Corsair snipers at Dol Brannor (6/6)
The Haradrim War-master has been defeated!

Objective 3

  • Talk to Herion in Linhir

Herion can be found in Linhir in eastern Dor-en-Ernil.

You have crippled the forces at Dol Brannor, at least for the moment, and should now return to Herion.

Herion: 'High-ground or not, I hope the Corsairs and Haradrim know to keep away from our beacons now.
'Should they be foolish enough to attempt to reclaim it, I shall call upon your aid once more. You have my thanks.'