Quest:A Very Empty Belly

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A Very Empty Belly
Level 4
Type Solo
Starts with Mundo Sackville-Baggins
Starts at Archet
Start Region Bree-land
Map Ref [25.1S, 48.8W]
Ends with Mundo Sackville-Baggins
Quest Group Introduction
Race(s) Hobbit, Man
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

For Men:

'Hey, you there! Yes you, the Big one! I'm very hungry!

'I haven't eaten since some woman gave me a bit of bread and jam for breakfast this morning. Such fare is hardly meant to feed a rabbit, let alone a full-grown hobbit like me.

'If you get me proper food, I will reward you handsomely. I want something hearty and delicious!'

For Hobbits:

'Hey, you! Hobbit, yes you! When was the last time they fed you? I haven't had a bite since breakfast, and I am starving!

'All they gave me was bread and jam...did you fare any better? I would give anything for some real food. I don't think I've ever eaten this badly!

'If you go fetch me some proper food, like meat, I will reward you handsomely. Perhaps I will even share my left-overs with you, if you are quick.'


Mundo Sackville-Baggins, a fellow prisoner from the Blackwold camp, is naturally very hungry after the ordeal, for hobbits have insatiable appetites.

Objective 1

  • Collect boar-meat for Mundo's next meal (0/4)

Wild boars, perfect for pork or sausage, can be found roaming the outskirts of Archet.

You should collect boar-meat for Mundo's next meal so that he doesn't waste away from starvation.

Mundo Sackville-Baggins: 'What are you doing still here? Are you putting food in my belly right now? Do you have some hidden store of vittles? No? Then get moving, if you please!'

Objective 2

  • Bring Mundo his lunch of fresh boar-meat

Mundo Sackville-Baggins awaits your return in the village of Archet.

You should bring the boar-meat you collected to Mundo, who will probably eat it all. You only hope that it is enough to satisfy him.

Mundo Sackville-Baggins: 'Hooray, you brought me pork! Or bacon! Or perhaps sausage…oh, it doesn't matter; I can make a bit of each.'
Mundo weighs the parcel of meats in his hands.
'This will give me something to munch on for a bit; hopefully this provender will last me until I can go back home.'