Quest:A Dangerous Road

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This page is about the quest in Evendim . For the quest in the Norcrofts , see Quest:A Dangerous Road (Norcrofts)
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A Dangerous Road
Level 32
Type Solo
Starts with Ferrod
Starts at Tinnudir
Start Region Evendim
Map Ref [12.7S, 67.2W]
Ends with Aragorn
Ends at Rivendell
End Region Rivendell
Map Ref [30.7S, 6.2W]
Quest Group Evendim
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I understand you're an adventurer, <name>? Have your travels ever taken you to Rivendell?

'Ha! You look at me with such surprise! I understand your dismay, but do not fear! Yes, the Last Homely House is far to the east, beyond the Lone-lands and within the wilderness of the Trollshaws, but I will tell you this and true: you can make the journey. It will be dangerous, and you will need to stay alert, but I believe that you too can find your way to the House of Elrond. Stay to the road wherever possible, and do not travel by night!

'If you push yourself to the limit and do find your way to Rivendell, look for Aragorn, my chieftain, in one of the guest rooms along the road that winds up the southern slope of the Vale of Imladris. Tell him that Ferrod hopes he will return before long to Annúminas. It has been many years since he was here, I have heard it said.'

Background

Ferrod has asked you to make the dangerous journey to Rivendell to speak with Aragorn.

Objective 1

Aragorn is in Rivendell, in one of the guest rooms along the road that winds up the southern slope of the Vale of Imladris, far to the east within the Trollshaws.

Ferrod has asked you to speak with Aragorn, telling you that with dedication, sticking to the roads, and travelling only by day, you can safely reach Rivendell.

Ferrod: 'You can make the journey to Rivendell, <name>. Stay on the road wherever possible, do not travel by night, and be watchful of the dangerous cratures of the Trollshaws! Speak to Aragorn in one of the guest rooms along the road that winds up the southern slope of the Vale of Imladris, and tell him that I look forward to the day he will return to Evendim!'
Aragorn: 'I am pleased to hear your tidings of Ferrod, <name>. It will be sometime before I can spare a journey to Evendim, but I would look upon Annúminas again. Thank you, my friend.'