Quest:Chapter 1: Separate Ways (Corunir)

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Chapter 1: Separate Ways
Level 75
Type Solo
Starts with Corunir
Starts at Gravenwood
Start Region Dunland
Map Ref [80.7S, 10.9W]
Ends with Golodir
Ends at Gravenwood
End Region Dunland
Map Ref [80.7S, 11.2W]
Quest Group Vol. III. Book 5
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I am worried about Golodir, <name>. He endured much in the depths of Carn Dûm, as you know, and he will never truly forgive himself for Lorniel's death, but this journey has done much to relieve some of his hurts. I think it is simply this: he has a purpose again. There is work to be done, and until we find Aragorn, as we are sworn to do, it remains unfinished.

'But our captivity in the prison-caves changed something within Golodir. There is a dangerous glimmer in his eye that I have not seen before. It worries me, <name>. I am afraid for him.

'We were speaking not long ago, just to the west, but my heart was troubled, and I left him there. Will you seek him out and see if my worries are for naught? I hope they are. My mother always said I worried enough for the whole family, but the dangers through which we have come and to which we ride deserve even more worry than I can manage.'

Background

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

Objective 1

  • Talk to Golodir in the shade of a boulder west of Corunir, in the Gravenwood

Golodir is to the west of Corunir's location near the camp in the Gravenwood.

Corunir wants you to speak with Golodir before you go.

Corunir: 'There is some new fire in Golodir's eyes, <name>. I am afraid for him. Seek him out, to the west, and allay my fears!'
Halbarad: Halbarad nods at you, but keeps his peace.
Calenglad: Calgenglad nods at you, but keeps his peace.
Radanir: Radanir nods at you, but keeps his peace.
Prestadír: Prestadír nods at you, but keeps his peace.
Golodir: 'You are leaving us, <name>? It may be Halbarad's decision, but I would not leave, even if he ordered me home again.'
He looks up at you, and you do see a hint of the hardness in his eyes that so upset Corunir.
'There are matters still left undone here. The cowards who slink in the caves beneath Tâl Methedras still live, <name>. They spoke to us as friends, gave us shelter, took the sweat from our brows, and repaid us with treachery. I will repay them in kind. My lost brethren and my lost friends demand this of me.
'Lheu Brenin? You jest, <name>. He is a fat man whose courage depends on a hundred of his people at his back. I have faced the evil of Mordirith...he is gone, and I still live. Lheu Brenin is nothing compared to Mordirith.'