Quest:Chapter 7: Radagast the Brown

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Chapter 7: Radagast the Brown
Level 27
Type Solo
Starts with Gadaric Munce or Hunulf Munce
Starts at The Forsaken Inn or Eglain Camp
Start Region The Lone-lands
Map Ref [34.0S, 40.7W]
Ends with Radagast the Brown
Ends at Ost Guruth
End Region The Lone-lands
Map Ref [31.0S, 29.5W]
Quest Chain Book 2
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

' <name>, you have proven over and again the sincerity of your claims. It is only fair then that we honour our request and provide you the information that you require.

'Radagast is ever a friend to our people. He comes to us now as a favour to our leader who called him when the wildlife in Agamaur turned foul. He is in private studey in the last tower in the back of the ruins of Ost Guruth, the place where we make our home.

'Seek him out. Perhaps there is a way that both of you can aide the other.'

Background

After earning the trust of the Eglain, they confessed that Radagast the Brown, another of Gandalf's order, currently resides in a tower within their homestead of Ost Guruth.

Objective 1

Radagast the Brown dwells in seclusion within a tower in the ruins of Ost Guruth, the place the Eglain call home. Seek out his counsel.

Gadaric and Hunulf Munce believe that your intentions are good and have provided you with the whereabouts of their most esteemed guest.

Gadaric Munce or Hunulf Munce: 'You will find Radagast alone with his notes and companions within the tower at the back of the ruins of Ost Guruth. make your way there and speak with him. You have the blessing of the Eglain.'
Candaith: 'Radagast the Brown can likely be found at Ost Guruth, far to the east of Weathertop. If he has already moved on, look for him then at the camp of the Eglain in Agamaur. He may be able to tell us the meaning of the runes left on Weathertop.'

Dwarf/Elf/Hobbit/Man version

Radagast the Brown: 'The Eglain let you in, did they? I am Radagast the Brown, master of shapes and hues, but then you must know that if you have truly met Gandalf.
'How did I know about Gandalf? You mentioned the rubbing from the top of Amon Sûl...I do believe it is a G-rune, a mark oft used by Gandalf, another of my order. I guessed from the description of those three lines that he was at Amon Sûl on October the third, naught but a few days past.
'If Candaith saw such lights above Weathertop as he claims, then I fear Gandalf had found trouble there. I have not seen him since we parted at Sarn Ford, so I can tell you no more of him or his travels. Of this place, I can tell you much, but make reason of very little.'

Beorning version

Radagast the Brown: 'The Eglain let you in, did they? I have been expecting you, though sooner rather than later. You have in fact taken your time. I understand you found something upon Weathertop?
'This rubbing...I do believe it is a G-rune, a mark oft used by Gandalf the Grey, another of my order. I guessed from the description of those three lines that he was at Amon Sûl on October the third, naught but a few days past.
'I, too, saw the lightning upon Weathertop and fear that Gandalf found trouble there. I have not seen him since we parted at Sarn Ford, so I can tell you no more of him or his travels. Of this place, I can tell you much, but make reason of very little.'