A Chronicle of the Company

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Deed Lore

Follow the path of Thorin and Company through the Vales of Anduin.

To complete this deed perform the following objective(s)

Explore the following locations:
Coordinates Directions / Description
[12.0N, 63.3W] Where Bilbo lost his buttons (Goblin-gate)
[10.9N, 61.3W] Where Bilbo reunites with the Company
[11.1N, 59.9W] Where the Company encountered Wargs (the Warg Clearing)
[14.7N, 61.0W] Where the Eagles took the Company to safety (the Eyrie)
[13.1N, 58.5W] Where the Eagles set down the Company (top of the Carrock)
[13.4N, 57.8W] Where the Company gathered at the Carrock (base of the Carrock)
[12.9N, 54.5W] Where the Company walked through Beorn's bee-pastures (Meadhollow)
[14.0N, 53.3W] Where the Company came upon Beorn's house (Beorninghús)
[13.4N, 53.3W] Where Beorn meets the Company (Beorninghús)
[13.4N, 53.3W] Where the Company had supper with Beorn (Grimbeorn's House)
[15.7N, 50.9W] Where the Company enters the Mirkwood (the Forest Gate)
[9.9N, 65.1W] Where Bilbo returns home

Rewards

  LOTRO Point-icon.png 5 LOTRO Points
  Mark-icon.png 25 Marks
  3Gúlmark-icon.png Gúlmark
  Explorer-title-icon.png <name>, Chronicler of Thorin and Company
  Virtue Experience-icon.png 2000 Virtue Experience
  Reputation-icon.png Increased Reputation with Wilderfolk ( 900 )

Additional Information

Details

  1. Where Bilbo lost his buttons
    Bilbo's heart leaped into his mouth as he wriggled. Buttons burst off in every direction
    He was through, with coat torn, running down the steps, while confused goblins were still picking up his buttons at the gate.
  2. Where Bilbo reunites with the Company
    'And here is the burglar!' exclaimed Bilbo stepping into the middle, and slipping off the ring
    How they jumped! Gandalf was astonished, as they all shouted with surprise and delight.
  3. Where the company encountered Wargs
    'Up the trees quick!' cried Gandalf. They ran to the trees at the glade's edge
    You would have laughed, if you had seen the dwarves, up in the trees with their beards hanging down, like old gentlemen.
  4. Where the Eagles took the Company to safety
    The wizard and the eagle-lord appeared to know one another, and to be on friendly terms
    Gandalf, had once kindly assisted the eagles and healed their lord from an arrow-wound.
  5. Where the Eagles set down the Company
    'May the wind under your wings bear you where the moon strides and the sun soars.'
    'Farewell! Wherever you fare, until your eyrie receive you at your journey's end!'
  6. Where the Company gathered at the Carrock
    'I always meant to see you all safe over these mountains,' said Gandalf
    'This is not my adventure. I may look in on you again before it is over, for I have some rather pressing business to attend to.'
  7. Where the Company walked through Beorn's bee-pastures
    There was a buzzing, humming, and a droning in the air. Such bees were busy everywhere!
    They were bigger than your thumb, much bigger, and the bands of yellow on their black bodies shone a radiant gold.
  8. Where the Company came upon Beorn's house
    'The horses have gone to tell Beorn of the arrival of strangers,' said Gandalf
    'Here they are! They don't look dangerous.' Beorn laughed a great, low laugh, and put down his axe.
  9. Where Beorn meets the Company
    'Well, now there are fifteen of you. Perhaps we can finish this story without any more interruptions.'
    'A very good tale!' said Beorn. 'The best I have heard for a long while. Let's have something to eat!'
  10. Where the Company had supper with Beorn
    Beorn in his deep rolling voice told tales of the wild lands and of the dark and dangerous wood
    The dwarves' beards quivered as they listened, for they knew that soon they must venture into the Mirkwood.
  11. Where the Company enters the Mirkwood
    'Well, here is Mirkwood, the greatest of the forests of the Northern world!' said Gandalf
    'I hope you like the look of it. Now you must send back Beorn's ponies that you have borrowed.'
  12. Where Bilbo returns home
    'So comes the snow after the fire. Adventures and even dragons have their ending!'
    There, far away was the Lonely Mountain on the edge of the horizon. Snow remaining on its highest peak, unmelted and gleaming.