Quest:Concern for a Friend

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This page is about the quest in Bree-land. For the quest in Enedwaith, see Quest:Concern for a Friend (Enedwaith)
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Concern for a Friend
Level 12
Type Solo
Starts with Gammy Boggs
Starts at Gammy Boggs' Farm
Start Region Bree-land
Map Ref [31.0S, 48.2W]
Quest Group Bree-land
Quest Chain Falco's Garden
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I'd wager Falco Greenhand is the best gardener in all of Staddle, and that's saying quite a lot. He's very proud of that garden of his, and not without reason -- it's quite a sight! Recently he hasn't been coming 'round to visit like he used to, though, and I'm a little worried about him.

'In fact, I heard that his garden is going through a rough spell, and it might not survive the season! Maybe you can find out what's going on, and put my mind at ease? Falco's farm is south-west of here.

'Falco's a good friend, and I'd hate to see him lose that garden!'

Background

Falco's garden is failing for an unknown reason, causing distress among the people of Staddle.

Objective 1

Falco Greenhand's farm lies to the south-west of Gammy Boggs' farm.

Gammy Boggs, the local town gossip, has asked you to find out why Falco's garden is failing.

Gammy Boggs: 'I'm not one to talk about friends behind their backs, but old Falco's been acting mighty quueer lately. Could you have a talk with him? His farm's to the south-west of here.'
Falco Greenhand: 'Please, leave me alone! I don't need this right now. I have too much else to worry about than some busy-body! Shoo! My problems are not yours. Go tell Gammy that she should stop nosing about!'

Objective 2

Gammy Boggs is at her farm, north-east of Falco Greenhand's farm.

Falco Greenhand did not want to trouble you with his problems and asked you to tell Gammy Boggs to stop nosing about.

Falco Greenhand: 'Please, my problems are my own. Just tell Gammy Boggs not to trouble about me.'
Gammy Boggs: 'Not trouble about him? Why I've known old Falco all my life, and I tell you there is naught he cares more about than his garden! I'm not going to stand around and do nothing!'