Quest:Building the Duillond Homestead

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Building the Duillond Homestead
Level 15
Type Solo
Starts with Badennas
Starts at Duillond
Start Region Ered Luin
Map Ref [24.2S, 93.1W]
Ends with Barthavron
Ends at Falathlorn Homesteads
End Region Falathlorn Homesteads
Map Ref [26.0S, 90.7W]
Quest Group Housing
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Ah, forgive me, traveller, could you aid me for a moment? I must deliver an important notice, but I cannot leave Duillond right at the moment.

'I have this order for fine woods in the Duillond community that I need carried immediately to confirm the time of delivery. Could you take this to Barchiril over by the gates of the Duillond community across the river and south at the crossroads beyond the bridge?

'It should require just a few minutes of your time, and Barchiril should compensate you well for the effort.'

Background

Though Duillond is small haven as far as Elf-refuges are concerned, there are those who dwell there for many seasons.

Objective 1

Barchiril is near the gates of the Duillond homestead, across the river and south from the crossroad.

Badennas has asked you to deliver a work order confirmation to Barchiril.

Barchiril: 'What is this? Ah, the confirmation from Badennas. Thank you very much! We have been hoping to see this for a few days now.
'Would you be so kind as to bring this to Barthavron for me? He is a craftsman who can usually be found in the market square of the community.
'Should you see a home that might suit your needs while you are inside, please do let me know.'

Objective 2

Barchiril has signed the work order and asked you to take it to Barthavron.

Barthavron is in the market square of the Duillond community.

Barthavron: 'My thanks to you. It is good to know that Badennas has completed my order. Our construction of the most recent homes will soon be complete, thanks to his efforts.
'It seems strange to be building new and afresh even as so many of us seek to leave these lands. Be it one year or a thousand, our people still need places to live while they await their time to sail to the West.'