Quest:Instance: Strange Passers-by

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Instance: Strange Passers-by
Level 82
Type Solo
Starts with Ashlimb
Starts at Eaves of Fangorn
Start Region Eaves of Fangorn
Map Ref [41.3S, 70.9W]
Quest Group Eaves of Fangorn
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

"The Ent Ashlimb wishes to relay a memory to you, for something troubles his slow, sleepy mind."

Background

A vision from deep within the eyes of the Ent comes unbidden into your mind.

Objective 1

  • Observe the small cratures in Ashlimb's memory

You should pay heed to the Ent's vision.

Little Creature says, "This is a stuffy old place, isn't it, Pippin? I want some air!"
Little Creature says, "I wouldn't mind finding some fresh water or a hot meal, either, after that ordeal with the Orcs!"
Little Creature says, "But I don't think stopping here will get us any of it."
Little Creature says, "Come, Merry! Up you go."
Little Creature says, "I only hope my legs obey. I really cannot catch my breath in this place!"
Little Creature says, "There we go...."
Little Creature says, "If the maps in Rivendell speak true, we may find a river this way, towards the south-west."
Little Creature says, "Splendid! Try not to get us too lost, Master Brandybuck."
Little Creature says, "The air really is unnaturally dim and dense in here...."
Little Creature says, "Just look at all those trailing, sagging beards of lichen!"
Little Creature says, "But surely this is not so unwholesome as Bilbo's descriptions of Mirkwood."
Little Creature says, "The sun must peep in sometimes!"
Little Creature says, "This place does not feel black or evil. It's just..."
Little Creature says, "...TREE-ish. Frightfully so."
Then the small creatures were too far out of earshot to observe....

Objective 2

  • Return to Ashlimb to wake from the memory

You should return to Ashlimb to wake from the memory.

Ashlimb: Ashlimb's memory goes no futher, for the halflings walked out of range of his hearing.
Ashlimb: The small cratures interesed Ashlimb, exciting his curiosity, for he had never laid eyes on their like before.