Quest:Hunt for the White Stag

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Hunt for the White Stag
Level 101
Type Solo
Starts with Lhôs-uksa-Wôt
Starts at Drû Bhûta
Start Region Taur Drúadan
Map Ref [53.4S, 27.7W]
Ends with White Stag
Ends at Taur Drúadan
End Region Taur Drúadan
Map Ref [54.6S, 18.3W]
Quest Chain Far Anórien: Taur Drúadan
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

The Wose does not speak Westron but beckons you closer. She holds up a carving of a deer that looks like a White Stag. Through hand gestures, it seems the Wose seeks a White Stag to bring luck to the village. She wants you to join her on the hunt.

Background

Lhôs-uksa-Wôt, an expert tracker, seeks your help in finding a legendary White Stag.

Objective 1

White Stag prints may be found somewhere in the Drúadan Forest.

You should search the forest for White Stag prints.

You and Lhôs-uksa-Wôt spot some fresh hoofprints. The Wose beckons you near

Objective 2

Lhôs-uksa-Wôt can be found near the White Stag prints.

You should speak with Lhôs-uksa-Wôt.

Lhôs-uksa-Wôt: The Wose motions for you to follow the prints. Her face remains expressionless but her movement shows signs of excitement not that you have the White Stag's trail.

Objective 3

  • Follow the White Stag prints

The White Stag can be found somewhere in the Drúadan Forest.

You should follow the trail of hoofprints to find the White Stag.

The hunt for the White Stag continues
The hoofprints go further into the woods
Eating in the glade, the White Stag does not yet notice you

Objective 4

  • Speak with Lhôs-uksa-Wôt

Lhôs-uksa-Wôt can be found near the White Stag.

You should speak with Lhôs-uksa-Wôt.

Lhôs-uksa-Wôt: The Wose motions for you to approach the White Stag. Through hand gestures she seems to say that she believes in your skills with all creatures.

Objective 5

  • Approach the White Stag

The White Stag can be found in the Drúadan Forest.

You should approach the White Stag.

The White Stag runs off but a beautiful glowing flower appears where the White Stag had been