A Chronicle of the Company
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- 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|
|Where Bilbo lost his buttons (Goblin-gate)|
|Where Bilbo reunites with the Company|
|Where the Company encountered Wargs (the Warg Clearing)|
|Where the Eagles took the Company to safety (the Eyrie)|
|Where the Eagles set down the Company (top of the Carrock)|
|Where the Company gathered at the Carrock (base of the Carrock)|
|Where the Company walked through Beorn's bee-pastures (Meadhollow)|
|Where the Company came upon Beorn's house (Beorninghús)|
|Where Beorn meets the Company (Beorninghús)|
|Where the Company had supper with Beorn (Grimbeorn's House)|
|Where the Company enters the Mirkwood (the Forest Gate)|
|Where Bilbo returns home|
|5 LOTRO Points|
|<name>, Chronicler of Thorin and Company|
|2000 Virtue Experience|
|Increased Reputation with Wilderfolk ( 900 )|
- This deed is available at level 120.
- This deed contributes to the Explorer of the Vales meta-deed.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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!'
- 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.'
- 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.
- 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.
- 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!'
- 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.
- 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.'
- 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.