Quest:Chapter 4: Judgements of the King

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Chapter 4: Judgements of the King
Level 110
Type Solo
Starts with Merilgor
Starts at Hall of the King
Start Region Minas Tirith (After Battle)
Map Ref [65.6S, 19.2W]
Ends with King Elessar
Ends at Hall of the King
End Region Minas Tirith (After Battle)
Map Ref [65.6S, 19.2W]
Quest Chain Allegiance: The Kingdom of Gondor
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'King Elessar is about to pronounce his judgements in a number of important matters. Present yourself to Malthengil and you may be able to attend.'

Background

You have pledged to lend your aid and your adventuring skills to Aragorn and the Kingdom of Gondor, and to fight on their behalf in Mordor.

Objective 1

King Elessar is about to pronounce his judgements on a number of important matters, and his guard Malthengil has offered that you be allowed to watch.

Merilgor: 'King Elessar is about to pronounce his judgements in a number of important matters. Present yourself to Malthengil and you may be able to attend.'
Malthengil: 'Ah, <name>. King Elessar was looking forward to a report from you about your further adventures in Mordor, but you have arrived in time for him to make a number of pronouncements. Speak to me if you would like to attend, and you can witness the judgements of Elessar.'

Objective 2

King Elessar is about to pronounce his judgements on a number of important matters, and his guard Malthengil has offered that you be allowed to watch.

Malthengil: 'It should not be long, <name>, but there are a few matters to which the king must attend.'
This is a Solo quest and cannot be completed with a Fellowship.

Objective 3

  • Talk to King Elessar in his throne room

King Elessar is in his throne room atop Minas Tirith.

King Elessar: 'I thank you for your report, <name>. It is good to know that Mordor is being explored and the evil within it combatted.
'I am not entirely comfortable remaining in the city while others adventure in dangerous lands. Perhaps one day I will join you, <name>, but for now the city and the kingdom require more managing.
'I await your return, my friend, and the tales you will bring with you!'