Quest:Working the Mine

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Working the Mine
Level 92
Type Solo
Starts with Mine Overseer
Starts at Wid Isernore
Start Region Stonedeans
Map Ref [47.9S, 81.0W]
Ends with Gifemund
Ends at Woodhurst
End Region Stonedeans
Map Ref [47.8S, 79.6W]
Quest Group Woodhurst
Quest Text

Bestowal Dialogue

'I have put together a list of tasks which I believe you can accomplish. Once they are completed, I will consider your obligation to me fulfilled and you will be free to return to Gifemund.

'The first task is simple. I received a shipment of new pickaxes, and the workers near the top of the mine are in need of replacements. Take these up to them and hurry back...we have much to get done.'

Background

The Mine Overseer appears to be taking advantage of your presence by having you perform additional tasks for him.

Objective 1

  • Collect pickaxes (0/4)

The new shipment of pickaxes is near the Mine Overseer, near the bottom of Wid Isernore.

The Mine Overseer asked you to collect the new shipment of pickaxes.

Objective 2

  • Deliver pickaxes (0/4)

The workers in need of the new pick-axes are near the top of Wid Isernore.

The Mine Overseer told you to take the new shipment of pickaxes to the workers in need of replacements.

Objective 3

  • Talk to the Mine Overseer

The Mine Overseer is at the bottom of Wid Isernore for your next task.

You should return to the Mine Overseer for your next task.

Mine Overseer: 'That was an easy one, and you still managed to take too long. There is too much work to do!
'This next task will be a little more difficult. The workers have gathered a fair amount of ore down here, but it needs to be loaded into the carts. Three carts need to be loaded, so you will need to be quick about it!'

Objective 4

  • Collect ore

Ore has been gathered at the bottom of Wid Isernore.

You should load the collected ore into the carts.

Objective 5

  • Place ore in the first cart

Ore has been gathered at the bottom of Wid Isernore.

You should load the collected ore into the carts.

Placed ore in the first cart

Objective 6

  • Collect ore

Ore has been gathered at the bottom of Wid Isernore.

You should load the collected ore into the carts.

Objective 7

  • Place ore in the second cart

Ore has been gathered at the bottom of Wid Isernore.

You should load the collected ore into the carts.

Placed ore in the second cart

Objective 8

  • Collect ore

Ore has been gathered at the bottom of Wid Isernore.

You should load the collected ore into the carts.

Objective 9

  • Place ore in the third cart

Ore has been gathered at the bottom of Wid Isernore.

You should load the collected ore into the carts.

Placed ore in the third cart

Objective 10

  • Talk to the Mine Overseer

The Mine Overseer is at the bottom of Wid Isernore.

You should return to the Mine Overseer for your next task.

Mine Overseer: 'You took long enough! I am glad that you are only temporary help, because you would not last in this mine a day more.
'This last task will be the most difficult, but perhaps you are up to the challenge...though I doubt it. Those scoundrels from lower Woodhurst keep damaging my track at night, and I think that they may have stolen stakes that keep it in place. I need you to repair the track.'

Objective 11

  • Repair the tracks (0/3)

The track runs from Wid Isernore towards Woodhurst.

The Mine Overseer wants you to repair the track.

Objective 12

  • Talk to the Mine Overseer

The Mine Overseer is at the bottom of Wid Isernore.

You should return to the Mine Overseer and inform him that you finished the tasks he assigned to you.

Mine Overseer: 'Very well, that is all I require of you. You are free to return to Gifemund. Good day to you, <class>.'

Objective 13

Gifemund awaits your return in the ore-refinery building near the centre of Woodhurst.

The Mine Overseer instructed you to return to Gifemund.

Gifemund: 'You have proven your loyalty. The Overseer can be a true task-master, but you look none the worse for wear.
'I am on the cusp of making my first step towards the seat of Woodhurst. Before I do, however, I think the time has come to obtain a different perspective...one might say a unique perspective. I believe she can help me ensure that my affairs are in order....'