Quest:In Defence of Eaworth

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This page is about the Eaworth quest line where the player aids Ingmar. For the version where the player aids Góda, see Quest:In Defence of Eaworth (Góda)
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In Defence of Eaworth
Level 81
Type Solo
Starts with Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale
Starts at Mead Hall of Eaworth
Start Region Entwash Vale
Quest Group Entwash Vale
Quest Chain Eaworth
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'The preparations for the attack on Maustazg are now complete, but alas...Ingmar has defied my commands and has taken command of the assault. Go to him at once and see that he does not do anything rash.

'I wish that I were joining you in this battle, but I cannot. My duty is first to my people, and I cannot leave them undefended, even to protect my son.

'You have my thanks for the assistance you have provided thus far, <name>. May you win glory as well!'

Background

Preparations for the assault on Maustazg are now complete, which Ingmar has decided to lead himself, against his father's wishes.

Objective 1

  • Talk to Ingbert to accompany Ingmar to Maustazg

Reeve Ingbert is in the Mead Hall of Eaworth.

You should speak with Ingbert if you are ready to join Ingmar for the assault on Maustazg.

Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale: 'Ha! To battle then, and may the Orcs feel the wrath of mark!'
Complete the Instance: In Defence of Eaworth quest.
You have attained glory against the Orcs

Objective 2

  • Talk to Ingbert in the Mead Hall of Eaworth

Ingbert is in the Mead Hall of Eaworth.

You should speak with Ingbert regarding the assault on Maustazg

Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale: 'Alas that I could not join in the fray. Perhaps if I had, my son would not lie abed in the infirmary.
'Nevertheless, victory belongs to the house of Léotharn, and my son has earned the glory he so desired. His woulds will mend, and we will be the stornger for it!'
Ingbert looks grim as he continues
'But all is not well. For what Ingmar reports and what you have told me, there is indeed a traitor in our midst with whom I am loath to pursue justice.'