Quest:Proving Your Quality

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Proving Your Quality
Level 20
Type Solo
Starts with Éogar, son of Hadorgar
Starts at Hengstacer Farm
Start Region Bree-land
Map Ref [22.3S, 52.3W]
Quest Group Bree-land
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'You believe you are prepared for riding, caring, and training a mount? We shall see, we shall see.

'I have a course that I ride to clear my head and uncloud my thoughts...few have completed it besides myself. Around Hengstacer, I have placed twelve gates. My farmhand was tolerably fast, but if you can ride faster, I will count you a worthy student and teach you the basics. Simply ride through each of the gates on your mount before racing off to the next one. Be careful not to miss any gates! You will have to start over if you run out of time, and be aware that I have a number of jumps and water pits along the trail.

'When you are ready to start, you can use the Blood Bay steeds. I will start the count as soon as you accept this challenge, so be ready.'

Right-clicking on the 'Mount' vitals display gives you the option to dismount your steed but will also cancel the quest.

The timer will start counting down as soon as you accept this quest.

Background

Éogar, satisfied with your work for him, is ready to complete your training.

Objective 1

  • Mount one of Éogar's Blood Bay steed and race to the first gate

Objective 2

  • Race to the second gate

Objective 3

  • Race to the third gate

Objective 4

  • Race to the fourth gate

Objective 5

  • Race to the fifth gate

Objective 6

  • Race to the sixth gate

Objective 7

  • Race to the seventh gate

Objective 8

  • Race to the eighth gate

Objective 9

  • Race to the ninth gate

Objective 10

  • Race to the tenth gate

Objective 11

  • Race to the eleventh gate

Objective 12

  • Race to the final gate

Objective 13

Éogar is at Hengstacer, north of Bree-town.

You have completed the course and should now speak with Éogar.

Éogar: 'Well done! You possess more skill than I first guessed. I will now explain to you in detail some of the finer points of tending to your steed and controlling her.
'You should now be able to handle a horse on your own, <name>.'