Quest:Corrupted Beasts of Nenuial

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Corrupted Beasts of Nenuial
Level 38
Type Solo
Starts with Gwindeth
Starts at Gwindethrond
Start Region Evendim
Map Ref [13.7S, 75.8W]
Quest Group Evendim
Quest Chain The Blade That Was Broken
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Before he went away to his doom, Elendil often spoke with me beside Nenuial; we would walk among the reeds and speak of his kingdom, and he treated me with grace and respect. It is for the memory of great Elendil that I maintain the lake and protect the relics of his line.

'At the behest of Amlaith, the last king to sit enthroned in Annúminas, I permitted the waters of Nenuial to wash over the walls of the city, and the treasures of proud Elendil now sleep soundly in the watery half-light. The adamant you seek, the Silithar that passed from Gil-galad to Elendil and his line through the safe-keeping of Círdan the Shipwright, cannot be reclaimed without my permission. It was the will of Amlaith that the Silithar be kept safe, even from those of Elendil's line, for fear that its light would be wasted unduly or the stone taken by the Enemy.

'The islands of Tyl Ruinen have been overrun by salamanders, corrupted beasts that singe the grasses and taint the waters of Nenuial. Swim north-east to Tyl Ruinen in the centre of the lake and defeat the salamanders you find there. Perhaps when you return, I will have proof of the worthiness of Aragorn son of Arathorn through his messenger.'

Background

Gwindeth wants you to prove yourself worthy of recovering the Silithar by fighting the salamanders of Tyl Ruinen.

Objective 1

The islands of Tyl Ruinen are located north-east of Rushingdale, near the middle of the lake, in Evendim.

Gwindeth has asked you to defeat the corrupted salamanders you find on Tyl Ruinen.

Objective 2

The Blue Lady is in Gwindethrond, behind the waterfall at Rushingdale in western Emyn Uial, south-west of Tyl Ruinen.

Gwindeth is waiting to hear that you have dealt a blow to the salamanders of Tyl Ruinen.

Gwindeth: You have defeated some of the salamanders that lurk now on Tyl Ruinen? There are many who would do such a thing, when asked. Why should this prove yourself worthy of what you seek or prove that Aragorn has grown since I last saw him?'