Quest:Akshir the Unrelenting

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Akshir the Unrelenting
Level 115
Type Solo
Starts with Orphón
Starts at Tay Yoldash
Start Region Eryn Lasgalen
Map Ref [21.7N, 25.1W]
Ends with Erna
Ends at The Great-keep
End Region Eryn Lasgalen
Map Ref [25.1N, 25.1W]
Quest Group The Dale-lands
Quest Chain Trail of Rust
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I learned some things about these Jangovar, <class>, before I slipped away and hid. Do you not think it strange that they cling to the Dale-lands, days and days after their defeat? Know that it is all Akshir. Others wish to leave. Again and again, he refuses. I heard one Jangovar grumble how his reasons change, but ever he insists they must stay.

'I cannot answer the riddle of why, but I think if Akshir were gone, the Jangovar might soon return to the East and leave this valley alone.'

Background

Orphón believes that Akshir alone is the reason why the Jangovar remain in the Dale-lands.

Objective 1

You should enter the Jangovar encampment of Urûshoba, southeast of Tay Yoldash in the Dale-lands.

Akshir must be somewhere in this encampment

Objective 2

  • Defeat enemies in Urûshoba (0/12)
  • Destroy weapons in Urûshoba (0/10)
  • Defeat Akshir

You should attack the Jangovar encampment of Urûshoba, which is located southeast of Tay Yoldash in the Dale-lands.

Defeated enemy (12/12)
WEAPONS RACK "A weapons rack filled with various swords and spears.
Destroying ...
Destroyed weapons (10/10)
Akshir uses sorcery to escape!

Objective 3

Erna can be found in the Great-keep in Dale.

You should return to Queen Regent Erna with news of your fight with Akshir.

Bryn:The boy's lower lip trembles. 'What did you say became of this Akshir? It is only that you ended abruptly, and I wish to know.'
Erna: You tell the Queen Regent and the young King all you learned and did. After a grave pause, Erna speaks.
'You have done well, very well in the service of Dale, <name>. Yet it is clear that some deep scheme is afoot, and it runs deep through this land.'