Quest:Gathering the Shards

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Gathering the Shards
Level 20
Type Solo
Repeatable Yes
Starts with Broderic Willowmeade
Starts at Bree-town Hunting Lodge
Start Region Bree-land
Map Ref [31.8S, 51.4W]
Quest Group Bree-land
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Deep within the depths of Haudh Methernil, the barrow of Ringdor, the barrow of Taradan, Hautham, and Haudh Taenthod in the Barrow-downs, there are said to be foul creatures that stalk the halls. My hope is that if you choose to journey into the area, you might be able to recover shards of some of the statues and carvings on the creatures below.

'Would you be willing to travel into these barrows and attempt to recover these relics for me, <name>?

'The tombs are scattered wide across the Barrow-downs.'

Background

Deep within Haudh Methernil, The Barrow of Ringdor, The Barrow of Taradan, Hautham, and Haudh Taenthod it is rumoured that ancient texts can be found in the ruins below. However, it is also rumoured the fell creatures which inhabit the barrow might possess shards of the ancient script.

Objective 1

Haudh Methernil, The Barrow of Ringdor, The Barrow of Taradan, Hautham, and Haudh Taenthod are scattered across the northern Barrow-downs.

Broderic Willowmeade has asked you to travel to Haudh Methernil, The Barrow of Ringdor, The Barrow of Taradan, Hautham, and Haudh Taenthod and gather barrow-shards from the various creatures that patrol the halls.

Broderic Willowmeade: 'Bring me any rune-shards you find in Haudh Methernil, The Barrow of Ringdor, The Barrow of Taradan, Hautham, and Haudh Taenthod, and I will reward you!'

Objective 2

Broderic Willowmeade is at the Bree Hunting Lodge in Bree-town, east of the Barrow-downs.

You should bring the barrow-shards you recovered to Broderic Willowmeade.

Broderic Willowmeade: 'Thank you for bringing me these barrow-shards from the depths of the barrows. Hopefully, I will be able to collect quite a number of these, and perhaps reconstruct some of the tablets lost to the ages.
'It will take me some time to look over these shards.
'If you speak with me a bit later, I may need more of these shards to further my research.'