Quest:Bolder Every Day
|Starts at||Lhan Tarren|
|Quest Group||Dunland: Trum Dreng|
|Walkthrough & Notes|
'My grandfather talks of the importance of remembrance, family, and clan pride, but what of the real dangers pressing against us? Every year, more people of Trum Dreng fall to the evils of the wild.
'My people dwindle, and they are weak and afraid. The old blood of the Stag will likely not survive another generation.
'If you want to truly help my fold, worry less about the Feast of the Running Stag and more about the wolves that loom nearer and nearer.'
The wolves of Trum Dreng press ever closer to the village, and Guto cares more for the safety of the Stag-clan than preparations for a superfluous festival.
Wolves roam the rocky plains south of Lhan Tarren.
You should slay wolves for the protection and well-being of the Stag-clan.
Guto holds his post at Lhan Tarren, the village of the Stag-clan in Trum Dreng.
You should speak with Guto and tell him that you slew many wolves while roaming the wilds beyond the village.
Guto: 'I am sorry if I put you to any trouble, <name> -- though I am not sorry that we have fewer wolves to harry us.
'My grandfather and I see things very differently, and I was only complaining, but it was wrong of me to tease you about doing the work of my own people.
'I find that I often despair of our future, when we are so hopeless and useless a people. I am glad you are among us now, even if only for a short time.'