Quest:Chapter 3: Golodir's Request

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Chapter 3: Golodir's Request
Level 50
Type Solo
Starts with Golodir
Starts at Gath Forthnír
Start Region Angmar
Map Ref [10.9N, 23.9W]
Quest Group Vol. I. Book 9
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I do not know who these "servants from the south" are, but rumour has reached me that the Knights of Mordirith may be in the south. Perhaps it is they whom she spoke of.

'It worries me that the Knights of Mordirith could be re-claimed as Amarthiel's own foresworn. We must find out where she is going next, but more importantly we need to eliminate the threat of Mordirith's minions. It seems that there are three places to return to that may offer clues to the whereabouts of the Knights: <Gondamon in Ered Luin/Combe in Bree-land>, Ost Guruth in the Lone-lands, and Esteldín, the refuge of my people in the North Downs.

'Speak to <Mathi Stouthand/Constable Underhill>, Frideric the Elder, and Daervunn, the watch-commander of Esteldín. Tell them I sent you and do as they ask. Report back to me when you are done.'


Golodir is concerned that Mordirith's Knights will be taken into Amarthiel's service.

Objective 1

Your allies may be found in Ost Guruth in the Lone-lands, Esteldín in the North Downs, and in your homelands: Combe for hobbits, the race of Men and Beornings and Gondamon for dwarf and Elf-kind.

Golodir has asked you to return to three places where Sara Oakheart has been encountered in the past and speak with allies in those places.

Golodir: 'The Knights of Mordirith must be stopped, <name>. They have been sent abroad to who knows what mischief.'

Objective 2

Golodir is at Gath Forthnír in Angmar.

You should return to Golodir and tell him the task is completed.

Golodir: 'You have done the Free Peoples of Eriador a great service. Thank you.
'While you were gone, I spoke with Laerdan about Amarthiel, and it seems he is the one with whom you should speak. He knows much more about this woman than any other, it seems.
'We will speak more about this shortly.'