Quest:The Wounded Glade

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The Wounded Glade
Level 100
Type Solo
Starts with Roamingstar, Maiden of Gilrain
Start Region Lebennin
Map Ref [76.0S, 42.7W]
Quest Group Dor-en-Ernil
Quest Chain Linhir
Quest Text

Bestowal Dialogue

'I have brought you here because I sense goodness within you, <race>. You seek an end to the conflict that ravages my lands and burdens my people, as do I.

'Few still hold sincere belief in my sisters and fewer still have looked upon me in many long years. Of those that did... one came to regret it and I feel the shame still.

'Now these wounds lay bare as the Men from Umbar pollute and defile my lands. My waters can heal their destruction, but I cannot do this alone. Aid me, and I shall aid you in turn!'

Background

Saddened by the harm inflicted on the Gilrain's banks, Roamingstar hopes to heal the lands of Gondor before confronting the Ruthless Dead.

Objective 1

  • Search for a bucket near the mere outside Roamingstar's glade

A bucket can be found on the banks of the Gilrain in north-eastern Dor-en-Ernil.

Roamingstar has asked you to aid her in healing the lands of Dor-en-Ernil by using the waters of the Gilrain.

You should now work to heal the glade with the water of the Gilrain

Objective 2

  • Heal war-torn earth near Roamingstar's glade (0/6)

War-torn earth can be found in and around Roamingstar's glade.

Roamingstar has asked you to aid her in healing the lands of Dor-en-Ernil.

Healed war-torn earth near Roamingstar's glade (6/6)

Objective 3

  • Talk to Roamingstar

Roamingstar can be found in her glade in north-eastern Dor-en-Ernil.

You have healed the earth wounded by the war in Gondor and should now return to Roamingstar.

Roamingstar, Maiden of Gilrain: 'You have done well to heal the wounds of Men, <name>. These outsiders have no love for our lands or the people within and will not stop until it all lies wilted and dead, but I shall do all I can to hold them back from the innocent.
'In all I have witnessed, few other times have come with such destruction and bloodshed. Let us hope that this one shall soon come to an end...'