Quest:A Lesson from Lord Elrond

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A Lesson from Lord Elrond
Level 50
Type Solo
Starts with Isdi
Starts at Edhelion Watch
Start Region Ered Luin
Map Ref [14.3S, 101.6W]
Ends with Elrond
Ends at Elrond's Library
End Region Rivendell
Map Ref [29.6S, 3.3W]
Quest Group Lore-master
Class Lore-master
Quest Chain The Wisest Way
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I wonder at your garb, Alistel. Why have you not sought to fashion articles appropriate to our calling that reflect your desire for study? Gladly will I help you with this, if you wish it!

'But I give to you words of caution, for such articles will not come easily. Their tale will be one of hardship and sorrow, but its end will be full of triumph and victory. Do not despair, for though the road be hard, a lore-master knows its end is sweet. Speak to me if you are ready, and I will tell you what awaits beyond dark corners, down your road.'


Isdi believes that Master Elrond may have some words to impart to a lore-master of your great wisdom.

Objective 1

Isdi knows of a legendary lore-master who could teach you great lessons, but first you must be suitably outfitted.

Objective 2

Isdi is at the ruins of Edhelion, on the slopes above Thorin's Hall, in Ered Luin.

Isdi: 'I want to tell you that I hold you in high esteem, <name>. You have attained a depth of wisdom that few lore-master can hope to achieve.
'Master Elrond would likely enjoy some moments spent with you in quiet conversation, if you are interested in travelling to his home in Imladris.'

Objective 3

Elrond is in the library of the Last Homely House, in the Vale of Imladris.

The lore-master Isdi believes that Elrond would wish to speak with you, and that you might learn something from his teachings.

Elrond: 'Welcome, <name>. It is always a pleasure to speak with one who has turned an eye torwards the mysteries of the past and an ear to the riddles of the present. There is much that can be learned from both directions, and it is a wise lore-master who learns this sooner rather than late.
'Wise, too, is one who befriends creatures of nature, as you have done. The best course to victory is the one taken by friends.
'I have enjoyed our talk. Perhaps we will speak again when these dark days are past.'