Quest:Fell Spirits

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Fell Spirits
Level 32
Type Fellowship
Starts with Dannasen
Starts at Barad Dhorn
Start Region The Lone-lands
Map Ref [29.7S, 27.4W]
Ends with Hartrím
Ends at The Outer Gates
End Region The Lone-lands
Map Ref [28.0S, 25.2W]
Quest Group Garth Agarwen
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Do thou fear us? Do not so; there is naught for thee to fear. We have dwelt too long in this Middle-earth, too long without our rightful rest. Yet here we remain, shackled by a debt unpaid, an oath unfulfilled. Would thou lend us thy aid?

'In Garth Agarwen, fell spirits stir the waters of Agamaur and take form. Many are spirits from beyond the world, such as those that stir the wights, but the worst of them are the cursed spirits of mortal Men, Men of Númenor who committed a great act of evil against the Valar before Númenor fell and were cursed by the Valar themselves.

'Would thou aid us by destroying fell the darkwater?'

Background

The very waters of Agamaur have risen up to protect Ivar and the Red-maid, animated by fell spirits of Morgoth from beyond the world.

Objective 1

  • Defeat gloom-waters (0/30)

Darkwater can be found within the area of Garth Agarwen.

Hartrím asked that you assist him in appeasing the spirit at Agamaru, Dannasen, by destroying the fell spirits corrupting the lands within the area of Garth Agarwen.

Dannasen: 'The spirits of the Enemy haunt even the waters of Agamaur.'

Objective 2

Hartrím can be found at the entrance to the area of Agamaur called Garth Agarwen.

The darkwater have the power to strike fear even within the cursed shades of Arthedain, preventing them from advancing on Garth Agarwen and fulfilling their curse. At Hartrím's request, you went forth and destroyed them and met with some success. You should return to Hartrím with the report of your victory.

Hartrím: '<name>, this service is great indeed. If the shades are able to fulfil their curse, then that will mean that the land here will begin to heal.
'This was a crucial first step to seeing that happen. Thanks you.'