Quest:A Dire Need

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A Dire Need
Level 48
Type Small Fellowship
Starts with Kol
Starts at Gabilshathûr
Start Region Angmar
Map Ref [3.8S, 26.3W]
Quest Group Angmar
Quest Chain Scaled Menace
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Don't think that I do not appreciate what you have done, but these legs and tongues are horrible! Any reasonable dwarf would rather starve than east food such as this! Bother it all! If only we could make it taste less vile.

'I hesitate to mention this, but I have heard that drake eggs are delicious. Aye, I know it sounds strange, but we are in some dire straits here.

'Far to the east, there is a valley called Dolroth which is full of drakes. If you could gather friends and raid their nests for eggs, perhaps I will have a meal that a dwarf would actually eat!'

Background

Kol told you that the norboglir-legs and slug-tongues you brought back were disgusting...far too disgusting for even a desperate dwarf to eat.

Objective 1

There are drake nests for to the east of Gabilshathûr in the valley of Dolroth.

Kol asked you to collect drake-eggs to supplement the inedible provender you already provided.

Kol: 'The drake nests are found to the east of Gabilshathûr, in a valley called Dolroth. Although the task will not be easy, I fear a darf would rather die than eat those legs and tongues. Adding those eggs may make it a palatable meal!'

Objective 2

  • Bring the drake-eggs to Kol

Kol is at Gabilshathûr, far to the east of the drake-nests.

You have counted a fair number of drake-nests and should now return to Kol with the information you have gathered.

Kol: 'Ah, so you have the eggs...well give them here. I will start making a meal from what you have brought back.
'I must say, those eggs don't look like much, but maybe they will make the difference, and I will be able to make a meal a dwarf would not turn his nose up at.
'Although, I have to admit, I would just be happy if they ate it at all! A meal such as this will at least keep their strength up. They may not like it, and their stomachs may complain, but maybe it'll help us survive just long enough to get some real food!'