Quest:Behind Bars

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

Bestowal dialogue

'My captain, Dagoras, went to visit a small encampment to the south-west of here that the Dunlendings call Lhe Lhechu. It seems that a number of the Dunlendings who were sent to fight in Eregion have since deserted and retreated back here. It was Dagoras' hope that we might be able to strike some kind of bargain with the deserters, given their obviously questionable loyalty to Isengard, but he has been gone for nearly a day now with no word.

'Dagoras is a cautious man, but his strength lies in wit and cunning, more than might. If the deserters have indeed captured him he may need a hand.

'Try and find some sign of him down there and free him if he is captured. We will need a man of his experience and skills once we reach Rohan!'

Background

Braigiar's companion Dagoras has been captured by the Dunlending deserters after going to negotiate an agreement with them.

Dagoras is being held in a cave near the back of the deserter's camp, a short ways to the south-west of the ranger's encampment.

Objective 1

Dagoras is being held in Lhe Lhechu, south-west of Echad Dagoras.

You must free Dagoras and escort him from the Dunlending camp.

Braigiar: 'If you find Dagoras, bring him back here, <name>.'
Dagoras: 'Braigiar will have some choice words for me, I am certain, for he advised me against parleying with the Dunlendings. First, however, we must escape this place, which means we will need a key....'

Objective 2

Dagoras is at Echad Dagoras, north-east of Lhe Lhechu.

You should speak with Dagoras at his encampment.

Braigiar: 'Were you able to find Dagoras, my friend?'
Dagoras: 'Ah, you have my thanks friend, <name>. I was not looking forward to ending my days in some Dunlending cell. Soon, we will forge on to join with the rest of our kinsmen.'