Quest:Burning the Dead

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Burning the Dead
Level 24
Type Solo
Starts with Hunulf Munce
Starts at Eglain Camp
Start Region The Lone-lands
Map Ref [34.4S, 36.9W]
Quest Group Lone-lands
Quest Chain The Eglain - People of the Lone-lands
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'When the goblins came into Minas Eriol there was panic. Many ran towards the savages, and others fled through the valley beneath the ruins, hoping to escape the spears and sharp teeth of the goblins, only to fall prey to the spiders beneath.

'Those that entered the valley and did not emerge must be burned. It is only fair to save their bodies from the terror that awaits them. If you are willing, I will ask that you burn the corpses of the fallen.

'You will find the entrance to the valley north and to the west at the front of Minas Eriol, or over the bridge and through the goblins to the west.'

Background

When some of the Eglain fled from the goblins, they attempted to flee through the spider-infested valley beneath Minas Eriol. Many did not reach safety, and Hunulf wishes to burn their bodies, lest they suffer atrocities from the spiders.

Objective 1

  • Burn the Eglan-corpses beneath Minas Eriol (0/9)

The corpses of the Eglain who failed to escape the spiders lie in the gorge beneath Minas Eriol.

Hunulf Munce asked that you burn the corpses of the slain Eglain beneath Minas Eriol.

Hunulf Munce: 'You can enter the spider's vale through the northern entrance, through the goblin-infested ruins west over the bridge, or through the eastern corridor to the north of the ruin-entrance there. Please, see that the dead are given proper rites.'

Objective 2

Hunulf Munce is at his encampment on the far eastern side of Mian Eriol.

You found several of the slain Eglain and burned their bodies. You should now return to Hunulf.

Hunulf Munce: 'The lost will not be forgotten. The goblins have wrought much pain upon my people, but not as much as others. The spiders in these lands are filled with true malice and an intelligence unseen.
'Your efforts give my mind some measure of ease. Thank you.'