Quest:A Moment for Amroth

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A Moment for Amroth
Level 60
Type Solo
Starts with Pennasdir
Starts at Telain Glorelloth
Start Region Lothlórien
Map Ref [16.1S, 67.7W]
Quest Group Lothlórien
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Lord Celeborn and Lady Galadriel have ruled in Lothlórien for countless years, but they were not the first masters of the Golden Wood. You can hear the tale of Amroth and Nimrodel from others, but know that it is a sad song and does not end as you might wish.

'Amroth sailed into the Sea without his beloved and never returned, but every year my family travels to the circular docks that extend into Anduin so we can look into the distance for Amroth...though his ship sailed from Edhellond in the far south.

'This tradition allows us to feel closer to our forebears, and I would like for you to experience that connexion as well. Take a moment to remember Amroth of Lórien, <name>, for those who have gone before should not be forgotten.'

Background

Amroth was an Elf-lord who once ruled in Lothlórien, but was lost at Sea, never to be seen again.

Objective 1

  • Find one of the circular docks that extend into Anduin

The circular docks that extend into Anduin can be found south-east of Caras Galadhon, south of Imlad Lalaith.

Pennasdir has asked you to stand on one of the circular docks that extend into Anduin and to look into the distance for Amroth.

Objective 2

  • Look into the distance for Amroth

The circular docks that extend into Anduin can be found south-east of Caras Galadhon, south of Imlad Lalaith.

Pennasdir has asked you to stand on one of the circular docks that extend into Anduin and to look into the distance for Amroth.

/look

You search the distance for Amroth's white ship, but it does not appear

Objective 3

Pennasdir is on Telain Glorelloth, in Caras Galadhon.

You have participated in Pennasdir's tradition of looking for Amroth down the Anduin and should return now to the Elf.

Pennasdir: 'Very good, <name>! I am glad you have taken a moment to remember Amroth's last voyage out to the sea, where he was lost and came not again to the land that he loved.'