Quest:Assisting Mincham

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Assisting Mincham
Level 22
Type Solo
Starts with Amarion
Starts at Amon Raith
Start Region The North Downs
Map Ref [12.5S, 52.8W]
Ends with Mincham
Ends at Mincham's Camp
End Region The North Downs
Map Ref [13.1S, 55.3W]
Quest Group North Downs
Quest Text

Quest REMOVED

Note, that this quest was removed in Update 13.

Bestowal dialogue

'My friend, I am concerned about one of my kin who was sent to watch over the Fields of Fornost. He has not been heard of in a very long time -- longer than even we are accustomed. My duties here, however, will not allow me to seek him out.

'Would you be willing to seek him for me? If you travel west to the Greenway and follow it north until it slopes downward onto the Fields of Fornost, look to the rocky high-ground to your left. Mincham established his camp there.

'Be wary, though: the Fields of Fornost are not as safe as they once were.'

Background

While most of his time is occupied caring for the refugees from Annúndir, Amarion also worries about his friend Mincham, a Ranger who watches over the Fields of Fornost.

Objective 1

Mincham has set up camp on the rocky hill left of where the Greenway descends into the Fields of Fornost.

Since his duty will not permit him to leave the refugees of Annúndir unprotected, Amarion has asked you to seek Mincham at the Fields of Fornost.

Amarion: 'The last I heard of him, Mincham had set up a camp in the Fields of Fornost. If you find him there, be sure to lend him whatever aid he requires. Look to the rocky hills left of where the Greenway descends into the Fields of Fornost.'
Mincham: 'You have come from Amarion, then? It is good to know that he has not yet given in to despair. He has always had a tendency to think too much, and thinking too much on the state of things in Fornost or Annúndir is a dangerous road.
'I am well, but there are always dangers, especially this close to Fornost. The evil that threatens us all has a firm grip on the lost city.'