Quest:Cleansing the Hoarwell

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Cleansing the Hoarwell
Level 115
Type Solo
Repeatable Yes
Starts with Captain-General Tordur
Starts at Glân Vraig
Start Region Ettenmoors
Map Ref [20.5S, 13.5W]
Ends with Captain-General Tordur
Ends at Glân Vraig
Quest Group Freep
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

<Player name>, your are known to many of the Elves of Rivendell...nay, do not be surprised. I have a delicate matter that needs attention, and I believe you may be the <player race> for the matter.

The waterfall above Tol Ascarnen has seen Angmar's forces visiting near its banks. Scouts report that they dump barrels of viscious material into the Hoarwell and further investigation has yielded evidence that the river is being poisoned. I have created a draught that will counteract this poison, but it must be delivered to the Hoarwell quickly.

I ask that you take this draught and make your way to the waterfall overlooking Tol Ascarnen and deposit it into the river to cleanse the poison. Do this, and I shall see that you are rewarded.'

Background

Captain-General Tordur explained that scouts near Tol Ascarnen have seen a number of Angmar's servants dumping the contents of barrels into the river. Drawing water from the river shows that the river is slowly being poisoned. If this is allowed to continue, then the hobbits at Hoarhallow will certainly perish.

Objective 1

The poison was introduced to the Hoarwell at the waterfall overlooking Tol Ascarnen in the central area of the Ettenmoors, northwest of Glân Vraig.

Captain-General Tordur asked you to make your way to the top of the Waterfall overlooking Tol Ascarnen to assist in cleansing the poison that the goblins of Angmar introduced into the Hoarwell River.

Objective 2

Captain-General Tordur is at Glân Vraig.

You should return to Captain-General Tordur with the news of your success.

Captain-General Tordur:

'This is a great success. You are most welcome here at Glân Vraig, and I hope that you are able to assist the other Free Peoples throughout the Ettenmoors.
'Remember, this war will not be decided easily. We are to few in number to score a decisive blow to the encampment at Gramsfoot. Ofttimes we will lose our holdings, but while we retain them there is much to do.
'Be well, friend.'