Quest:Chapter 2: The Point of Decision

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Chapter 2: The Point of Decision
Level 75
Type Solo
Starts with Galadriel
Starts at Galadriel's Garden
Start Region Caras Galadhon
Map Ref [15.9S, 66.3W]
Quest Group Vol. III. Book 7
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I spoke to you once of the danger that awaited our mutual friends on their road, <name>. Their circumstances are hidden to me, but I have seen enough in my mirror to worry.

'Those few of the Wise who know of their errand have known a simple truth since they departed: as they move further south, they move closer to a point of decision they can delay, but not avoid. They cannot leave the Great River without making this decision: do they continue south and east to Mordor, or do they pass through cities of Men and thereby take a longer road to the fire?

'The Ring-bearer must go to Mordor, but who will choose to go with him? I fear for the company, <name>. Peer into my mirror and see if the visions for you are as troubling as they are for Galadriel.'

Background

Galadriel has seen disturbing visions in her mirror, and is worried about what it means for your mutual friends.

Objective 1

The Mirror of Galadriel is within her garden, in Caras Galadhon.

Galadriel has asked you to peer into her mirror and see what awaits the Fellowship on their journey south.

Galadriel: 'Peer into the mirror, and see if the visions you see are as troubling as those it has given to me.'
Complete Instance: The Point of Decision session.

Objective 2

Galadriel is in her garden in Caras Galadhon.

You have peered into her mirror, and should now speak to Galadriel about what you have seen.

Galadriel: You tell Galadriel what you saw within her mirror, and a look of sadness crosses her face.
'The mirror shows many things, <name>, and not all of them come to pass. But this is one possibility among many, and it is a troubling one to be certain.
'They may have need of your help. I want you to travel south along the river Anduin, <name>, and to see what has befallen our mutual friends. None of the visions I have seen in the waters give me nay hope that they have avoided the dangers into which they walk. If you can aid them in even the smallest way, it may be enough.