Quest:Chapter 1: Separate Ways (Calenglad)

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Chapter 1: Separate Ways
Level 75
Type Solo
Starts with Calenglad
Starts at The Tree of Tribute
Start Region Dunland
Map Ref [81.0S, 11.2W]
Ends with Radanir
Ends at Gravenwood
End Region Dunland
Map Ref [81.0S, 10.9W]
Quest Group Vol. III. Book 5
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I am sure Théodred will find a use for you at the Ford of Isen, <name>. That is a crucial crossing, and it must be held against the forces of Saruman at any cost. We have seen the danger posed by the Dunlending clans, and the army of Uruks you beheld within Isengard sounds of considerable size.

'Neither of those forces must cross the river Isen.'

Calenglad's bleak expression is lightened by a wry smile.

'You should say goodbye to Radanir. If you do not, we would never hear the end of it. He is east of here, I believe, on the path.'

Background

The time has come for your path to diverge from that of the Grey Company, and for you to bid the Rangers farewell.

Objective 1

  • Talk to Radanir on the road east of the Tree of Tribute, in the Gravenwood

Radanir is on the road east of the Tree of Tribute, in the Gravenwood.

Calenglad has told you to say your goodbyes to Radanir, or the Rangers would never hear the end of it.

Calenglad: 'Do us all a favour and remember to say farewell to Radanir, <name>. We would enver hear the end of it if you do not. He is east of here, on the road.'
Halbarad: Halbarad nods at you, and keeps his peace.
Corunir: Corunir nods at you, but there is nothing left to say, and he keeps his peace.
Golodir: Golodir nods at you, but there is nothing left to say, and he keeps his peace.
Prestadír: Prestadír nods at you, but keeps his peace.
Radanir: 'Sit with me a moment, <name>. I know you are leaving us, and that Théodred has need of you at the fords. That is the way of it, is it not? We go where we are needed. The Grey Company owes its freedom to you and to the Prince of Rohan, and this is how Halbarad seeks to repay the debt to Théodred. Perhaps he thinks our debt to you is too deep to repay so easily?'
Radanir raises an eyebrow and subjects you to close scrutiny.
'Once this is all over, if such a thing is possible, you and I will meet at some tavern in some peaceful land, and I will buy you a drink and you will buy me three, and we will remember this day and laugh at our cares.'
He looks back at the Tree of Tribute, and seems to decide something.
'I think Calenglad is wrong. I think it's just a tree.'


Hobbit:

As a hobbit, the paragraph near the end of Radanir's dialogue reads:

'Once this is all over, if such a thing is possible, you and I will meet at some tavern in your Shire, and I will buy you a supper and you will buy me a drink, and we will remember this long journey and laugh at the cares we had.'