Quest:Reclaim the Lost Maiden

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Reclaim the Lost Maiden
Level 35
Type Fellowship
Starts with Dannasen
Starts at Barad Dhorn
Start Region The Lone-lands
Map Ref [29.7S, 27.4W]
Quest Group Garth Agarwen
Quest Chain History of the Red-maid
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Thou must now enter the stronghold of the Red-maid at Garth Agarwen, as the Wizard instructed thee. Her sanctum is guarded beyond the walls of the mighty fortress. Men of Rhudaur still walk through the remains of their ancient home in service to the Red-maid and the Gaunt-lord Ivar.

'Thou must find thy way into her sanctum, call her by some means, and then defeat her. She will fall into the water, and the water will become still.

'When this happens add the pure water graced by a River-daughter's love to the pool. There are centuries of corruption and hatred layered upon the Red-maid, but we must begin somewhere. May the Valar go with thee, <name>, for they have abandoned us.'

Background

Radagast instructed you to pour the pure water into the sanctum of the Red-maid's fortress, Garth Agarwen.

Objective 1

  • Enter the Red-maid's sanctum when the water is calm
  • Use the pure water in the Red-maid's sanctum

The Red-maid is in her sanctum within her fortress of Garth Agarwen.

Dannasen instructed you to obey Radagast and take the pure water to the Red-maid's sanctum. Once there, he told you that you would have to defeat the Red-maid, and when the waters of her pool go still, to pour the water in.

Objective 2

Dannasen is at the Eglan-camp in Agamaur.

You should return to Dannasen and tell him that you poured the pure water into the Red-maid's Sanctum.

Dannasen: 'Our work is only begun...our oath shall hold until the Red-maid is reclaimed. Thou has started us along the path to he redemption, and one day, we shall undo Angmar's evil. Thou hast given great hope to those who art hopeless.
'Evil draws its hand tightly over the land, and not only here in the swamp where it has plied its machinations through centuries. Beware of where you travel...thy light shines strong and evil will strive to snuff it out.
'Thank thee, friend <name>. Thank thee for all that thou hast done.'