Quest:Blackwold Thieves

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Blackwold Thieves
Level 10
Type Solo
Starts with Constable Sageford
Starts at Combe
Start Region Bree-land
Map Ref [28.6S, 49.2W]
Quest Group Bree-land
Quest Chain Blackwold Valuables
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Ahh yes! I remember. A scout returned a few hours ago and mentioned that there was an Applewood giving orders to the recruits. He then headed towards the Blackwold's main encampment in the ruins in the north most part of the Chetwood.

'If Applewood has the key, then we should set about getting it from him to aid those who have suffered so greatly at the Blackwold's hands. Be careful <name>, reports from near those ruins tell of a great sense of dread and dismay. You will need to be cautious if you are to attempt to find Applewood and obtain the key.

'When you find the key return to me and we shall see what good news we shall bring to the people of Archet and Combe.'


Constable Sageford remembered that a scout mentioned hearing a Blackwold recruit heeding orders from Sergeant Applewood near the Blackwold main encampment. He has charged you with finding Applewood and recovering the key to the lockbox.

Objective 1

Applewood has been seen entering the Blackwold's main encampment in the northern most part of the Chetwood. Seek him out and obtain the key he stole from Rurik.

After learning that Rurik was guilty only of fear, Sageford recalled the name Rurik provided as being a Brigand within the main encampment of the Blackwold in the Chetwood.

Constable Sageford: 'If you can find Applewood within the Blackwold's main encampment, you should be able to recover Rurik's key, and then we can begin to restore the people's hope here in Combe and Archet.'

Objective 2

Constable Sageford can be found near the centre of Combe.

Having found and defeated Applewood, you took the key back from him. Now you should return to Constable Sageford.

Constable Sageford: 'You found it! Excellent work, and I can say that we are pleased that there is one less Brigand to worry about as well.
'Now, <name>, we can find what the brigands hid away within this chest. You have done a wonderful job, friend, and deserve this reward.'