Quest:A Timely Rescue

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A Timely Rescue
Level 61
Type Solo
Starts with Braigiar
Starts at Echad Dagoras
Start Region Enedwaith
Map Ref [58.7S, 14.9W]
Ends with Amarion
Ends at Echad Dagoras
End Region Enedwaith
Map Ref [58.7S, 14.6W]
Quest Group Enedwaith
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Amarion's absence troubles me greatly, <name>. He said he would return within a few hours, and he is not one to lose track of time in the field.

'That he has not returned yet bodes ill. He said that he wished to examine the Black Dens for himself, hoping to find some way to stop the scourge of the Shadow-wolves, but that was the last I saw of him.

'The Black Dens lies to the south-east of here. I ask that you search for him there...I fear for his life if they have caught him unaware.'

Background

Amarion left camp to search the Black Dens where he believed he might find some way to destroy the Shadow-wolves -- but he has been gone too long.

Objective 1

Amarion is in the Black Dens, south-east of Echad Dagoras.

Braigiar has asked you to find Amarion and rescue him from the Shadow-wolves.

Braigiar: 'Amarion went to the Dark Dens alone…I hope he is well.'
Amarion: 'I am afraid that the Shadow-wolves caught my scent and chased me up here some hours ago...I have been biding my time in the hopes that perhaps they would leave, but I have no such fortune.
'Now that you have found me here though, I think it would be best is we left here swiftly before they find you as well.'

Objective 2

Amarion is in the Black Dens, south-east of Echad Dagoras.

Braigiar has asked you to find Amarion and rescue him from the Shadow-wolves.

Amarion: 'Let us be off then, shall we?'

Objective 3

Amarion is at Echad Dagoars, north-west of the Black Dens.

You should speak with Amarion about your escape from the Shadow-wolves.

Braigiar: 'What of Amarion, <name>? Did you find him?'
Amarion: 'My thanks for your aid, <name>!
'For a little while, I was not sure I was going to make it back alive....'