Quest:Ivar the Blood-hand

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Ivar the Blood-hand
Level 32
Type Small Fellowship
Starts with Radagast the Brown or Saeradan
Starts at Barad Dhorn or Saeradan's Cabin
Quest Group Garth Agarwen
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'You have made quite the name for yourself, <name>. Word of your exploits have reached me even here. Indeed, I am surprised with all you have accomplished. Still, perhaps you can assist me again.

'I know what began the plague in Agamaur, the Red Swamp. A Gaunt-lord, a dire creature in the service of Angmar, is raising an army of wights here and has stirred this ancient evil, not the Eglain. I must ask you to intervene on my behalf, for I cannot. Would you go in my stead?

'In the east are the ruins called Garth Agarwen. I would search there for Ivar the Blood-hand. If you find him and defeat him, bring his helm to me as proof.'

Background

Radagast knows the ancient evil of the Gaunt-lord Ivar, called the Blood-hand, who is raising an army of wights in Agamaur.

Objective 1

Ivar may be found in Garth Agarwen in Agamaur, within the Lone-lands.

Radagast is unable to directly interfere in the war by seeking out and destroying Ivar the Blood-hand. He has asked you to go in his stead and to bring him Ivar's helm as proof of your victory.

Objective 2

Ivar may be found in Garth Agarwen in Agamaur, within the Lone-lands.

Radagast is unable to directly interfere in the war by seeking out and destroying Ivar the Blood-hand. He has asked you to go in his stead and to bring him Ivar's helm as proof of your victory.

Radagast the Brown: 'What is this, <name>? The helm of Ivar the Blood-hand? Long has my order awaited this day.
'In ages past, Morgoth twisted enslaved Men and instilled them with fell spirits. These became the gaunt-men, but among them he selected five who would bear unimaginable power in mockery of the Wizards.
'Ivar was, in fact, made in mockery of me, and his death serves as justice for my kind. You have well earned this reward, <name>.'