Quest:Instance: The Reeve of the Entwash Vale

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Instance: The Reeve of the Entwash Vale
Level 81
Type Solo
Starts with Burnoth, son of Baldeg
Starts at Mead Hall of Eaworth
Start Region Entwash Vale
Quest Group Entwash Vale
Quest Chain Eaworth
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

"We have arrived at Eaworth, capital of the Entwash Vale, bringing word of a vast Easterling horde invading from the north, but I fear that word has come too late, for Orcs are encamped upon Eaworth's threshold. I only hope that we can convince Reeve Ingbert of the greater threat facing the whole of Rohan...."

Background

You have accompanied Burnoth as he comes before Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale.

Objective 1

  • Watch the discourse between Burnoth and Ingbert

Watch the discourse between Burnoth and Reeve Ingbert.

Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale says, "Welcome to Eaworth, Captain...though I wish it were under better circumstances."
Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale says, "You say that you are your men are retainers of Lord Éomer, but what would bring you this far north?"
Burnoth, son of Baldeg says, "My lord, Éomer sent us north to harry the Orcs and distract them so that the Ridings of the Eastemnet could muster their strength."
Burnoth, son of Baldeg says, "However, while we were away in the Wold, we learned that a great horde of Easterlings, the Khundolar, plan to invade from the north."
Burnoth, son of Baldeg says, "We rode south at once to warn the Reeves, but we have encountered naught but resistance."
Burnoth, son of Baldeg says, "Will you not send a contingent to Harwick to help bolster our defences in the north? I fear Aldor Harding is resigned to defeat, though I daresay he will take many an Easterling with him."
Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale says, "Would that I could, Captain, but you have seen the threats upon my very doorstep. As long as the Orcs hold us in siege, we dare not reduce our own defences."
Burnoth, son of Baldeg says, "What of Thornhope? Could they not help to fortify Eaworth, while you send help to Harwick?"
Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale says, "We sent word to Thornhope long ago, but we have heard nothing from Thane Wulfrad...I fear they were besieged long before us."
Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale says, "If it were not for the courage of my son, Ingmar, and our friend <name> here, Eaworth would have already fallen."
Burnoth, son of Baldeg says, "You say that this siege is all that stands in your way of reinforcing the Wold? Then I have a plan...<name>, will you attend me a moment?"

Objective 2

  • Talk to Burnoth

Speak with Burnoth.

Burnoth, son of Baldeg: 'So, <name>, you have struck at the heart of the Orcs' encampment? Perhaps between us, we may break the siege, or at least weaken it enough to enable Reeve Ingbert to send a company of men to Harwick.
'What say you? Will help me lay a trap for the Orcs?
'Good!'

Objective 3

  • Watch the discourse between Burnoth and Ingbert

Watch the discourse between Burnoth and Reeve Ingbert.

Burnoth, son of Baldeg says, "<name> and I believe that we may break the siege, or at the very least weaken it. If we can do this, will you send a company to Harwick?"
Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale says, "If you can do what you say, then aye. If the siege is weakened, I should be able to spare some men for a muster."
Burnoth, son of Baldeg says, "It will be dangerous, for my trap will bring the Orcs within the walls of Eaworth. Those who shall not fight should take shelter in the north end of the city, preferably behind bolted doors."
Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale says, "I trust <name>, and if <name> shares that trust with you, then so shall I. Eaworth and the Entwash Vale are in your hands."

Objective 4

  • Talk to Burnoth

Speak with Burnoth.

Burnoth, son of Baldeg: 'It is settled then, As we proved the Easterlings no match for the Riders of the mark, so shall we teach the Orcs a lesson in fear!'
Burnoth, son of Baldeg: 'Let us return to my men and set out trap.'