Quest:A Semblance of Revenge

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A Semblance of Revenge
Level 66
Type Solo
Starts with Guto
Starts at Lhan Tarren
Start Region Dunland
Map Ref [75.3S, 22.9W]
Ends with Chief Guto
Ends at Lhan Tarren
End Region Dunland
Map Ref [75.3S, 22.9W]
Quest Group Dunland: Trum Dreng
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I was wrong, <name>! You saw all -- my grandfather was a good man. How could Isengard do this? All the men were taken, and the rest murdered and wounded...and I thought Saruman was good.

'We have already asked so much of you. I do not ask you to take revenge for my grandfather. I have learned a little from him, I promise. I will not seek war, and I will not seek change. There is wisdom in the way he led us.

'My place is here now. But if your adventures happen to take you to the White Hand encampment...well, your actions are your own.'

Background

Elder Riagán was murdered by the smooth-tongued emissary of the White Hand, subtly threatened and then killed for his refusal to concede.

Objective 1

The half-orc emissary who murdered Elder Riagán and so many others among the Stag-clan can be found in the White Hand encampment you scouted in southern Trum Dreng.

You should defeat this dangerous foe so that he may not harm another innocent peoples.

You have avenged Elder Riagán as best you could; his murderer cannot harm another

Objective 2

  • Return to Chief Guto in Lhan Tarren

Chief Guto is in Lhan Tarren, taking the place of Elder Riagán.

You should tell Guto that you have avenged his grandfather and stopped this subtle and cruel division of Isengard from continuing their destructive path.

Chief Guto: 'It is done, then? My grandfather is avenged, and his grandson is wiser, and his people will rebuild.
'You are a good <race>, <name>. I know we were not always friend, but that is changed; you will always be welcome in Lhan Tarren, and we will sing of your deeds for generations to come...perhaps at our yearly festival.
'There will be a crown, the horsetail, the spear...and a symbol of the great <class> who hailed from a faraway Land to help our people in a time of great need.'