Quest:A Better Sort of Giant

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A Better Sort of Giant
Level 39
Type Fellowship
Starts with Arifael
Starts at Amon Nendir
Start Region Trollshaws
Map Ref [35.2S, 8.1W]
Quest Group Trollshaws
Quest Chain Thunder in the Mountains
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'In truth, little <race>, Ringhul was good to send you to me. I am sore-pressed by my distant kin. I should not hide the truth from you. My kin have begun to come down from the mountains, bringing with them anger and war!'

'I am beset, for their deeds are evil, and I refuse to join them. Will you help me? Perhaps then I may be of greater service to you.'

Background

The giant Arifael did not seem to know what would bring a giant down into Tâl Bruinen, though he did seem concerned.

Objective 1

Arifael lives on the slope of Amon Nendir, south of the High Moor on the eastern edge of the Trollshaws.

Arifael has asked for your aid against his distant kinsmen from the mountains.

Arifael: 'I hear them approach even now. If little folk like you can fight, make yourself ready!'

Objective 2

Arifael lives on the slope of Amon Nendir, south of the High Moor on the eastern edge of the Trollshaws.

Arifael has asked for your aid against his distant kinsmen from the mountains.

Arifael says, My kin approach, and they are unwelcome! My fists itch for a fight!'
Giant Rock-thrower says, "Join us, brother. The Iron Crown is too strong to resist."
You have saved Arifael
Arifael says, I thank you, little ones. My kin are not welcome out of the mountains.'

Objective 3

  • Talk to Arifael

Arifael lives on the slope of Amon Nendir, east of the High Moor on the eastern edge of the Trollshaws.

You have aided in warding off Arifael's distant kinsmen from the Misty Mountains. You should speak to him.

Arifael: "You have my thanks, little <race>. I am saddened to have to resort to such violence to defend myself from my own kinsmen, but I cannot allow their evil to spread down from the mountains.
'Our deeds were good. Do not fret, little one.'