Lore of the Cardolan Prince

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Deed Lore

Find pages of the Journal of Cardolan lost within the Barrow-downs.

To complete this deed perform the following objective(s)

Collect Journal of Cardolan, Page 5
This page tells of the time not long after the Fall of Cardolan, when the remaining Dúnedain in Cardolan banded together to bring some measure of order and leadership to the lands of the north.
Collect Journal of Cardolan, Page 7
This page tells of the advent of a great plague that issued forth from Mordor in the year III 1636, claiming the lives of many men in the southern kingdom of Gondor.
Collect Journal of Cardolan, Page 15
This page tells of the coming of the Dark Plague from the south some years after the fall of Cardolan. Many of the Dúnedain who remained in Cardolan were slain or weakened by its evil.
Collect Journal of Cardolan, Page 16
This page describes the funeral rites of the Dúnedain of Cardolan, who founded the Barrow-downs as a place where their fallen might be interred. Many Men were buried there during the time of the plague.
Collect Journal of Cardolan, Page 22
This page tells of an attack upon a funeral procession within the Barrow-downs by dead spirits that crept there out of Angmar. The remaining Dúnedain of Cardolan were greatly angered that the resting place of their ancestors should be defiled in this manner.
Collect Journal of Cardolan, Page 28
This page tells of the gathering of the remaining Dùnedain of Cardolan to drive the wights out of the Barrow-downs and restore the sanctity of their ancestors burial grounds. The final entry at the bottom of the torn page is stained with blood and illegible.


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Additional Information

All journal pages of Cardolan are random drops from undead in the Barrow-downs, both Northern Barrow-downs and Southern Barrow-downs.