Quest:Chapter 1: Exiles

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Chapter 1: Exiles
Level 85
Type Solo
Starts with Horn or Corudan
Starts at Entwade
Start Region Sutcrofts
Map Ref [56.0S, 64.3W]
Ends with Horn
Ends at Entwade
End Region Sutcrofts
Map Ref [56.0S, 64.3W]
Quest Group Vol. III. Book 10
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

Horn: 'We will put our exile from Edoras to good use, <name>, if we strive to improve the lot of the needful folk on this side of the Entwash. Then, at least, some good will come from Théoden King’s command that we not return to the Golden Hall.'

Horn sighs heavily. 'I confess I cannot find a positive light in which to cast Éomer’s imprisonment by his uncle, or the sending-away of my mentor Gléowine. We must find hope where we may, I suppose.

'We should ride against the mounted minions of Saruman in the Sutcrofts. Let us bring peace to the people of East Rohan, for that be where the King commands us to stay!'

Corudan: 'The King of Rohan has forbidden us to cross the Entwash, but there is still much we can do for his people on this side of the river.

'In time, perhaps the King will come to his senses, releasing his nephew Éomer from imprisonment, restoring Horn's mentor as his minstrel, discerning the difference between friend and foe...'

Corudan shakes his head. 'Until he does, let us ride against the mounted foes of his people throughout the Sutcrofts and the Entwash Vale!'

Background

Horn and Corudan are at the crossing of the Entwash, in the Sutcrofts, and desire to speak with you concerning your next steps.

Objective 1

Saruman's mounted minions threaten the people of Rohan throughout the Sutcrofts.

Horn and Corudan think you should make the most of your exile from Edoras by continuing to combat Saruman's mounted minions in East Rohan.

A jangling sound alerts you to a broken harp, which you pick up

Objective 2

  • Bring the battered harp to Horn at the crossing of the Entwash, in the Sutcrofts

Horn is at the crossing of the Entwash, in the Sutcrofts, and he will wish to see the battered harp you found.

Horn: 'What did you find? A harp, you say? That seems an odd choice of weapon for use by Saruman's minions.'
His jovial expression disappears as you hand him the battered remains of the harp.
'I know this instrument, <name>! How often did I listen to its beautiful music, played first to instruct and only later to entertain? This is the harp of my mentor, Gléowine. Did he run afoul of Saruman's minions?'