Quest:Crannog's Third Challenge
|Quest Chain||Crannog's Challenge|
|Quests or quest chains in italic must be completed in order to complete their parent quest, but are not part of the named quest chain.
The quest "Crannog's Challenge" is prerequisite for the quest:
The quest "Crannog's Second Challenge" is prerequisite for the quests:
The quest "Crannog's Third Challenge" is prerequisite for the quests:
Having the quest "The Rite of Clúcath" but only before completing the "Instance: The Rite of Clúcath" is prerequisite for the quest:
|Walkthrough & Notes|
'Long have I served my people as chieftain, and I have given many dozens of Fém to those of age among my people, and to those few travellers I deem worthy of calling friend. It is a heavy burden, for a Fém is not to be granted lightly. If it is beyond the reach of the one to whom it is assigned, the blame falls upon me, as chieftain.
'I give to you now your Fém. I give to <name>, <race> from the South, this Fém: to begin the rite of Clúcath, the ancient privilege and burden of the Trév Gállorg. It has been long since the Clúcath has been called, and the memory of the last is grim; but its time has come again. Thus is <name>'s Fém given.
'Raith will tell you what this Fém involves, <name>. Speak with him at once and begin.'
Your accomplishments on behalf of the Trév Gállorg have earned you the recognition and trust of Crannog, their chieftain.
Raith is standing by Crannog's ruling-seat, in Aughaire, west of the settlement's central island.
Crannog has granted you your Fém -- to begin the rite of Clúcath -- and told you to speak with Raith to learn what this involves.
The Cairn of Honour is north-east of Fail-á-Khro, far to the north of Aughaire. The hilltop on which the Cairn of Honour rests is marked by a line of torches.
Raith has told you that you must collect the Stone of Clúcath and bring it to Crannog.
Crannog is at his ruling-seat, west of the centre island of Aughaire.
You have taken the Stone of Clúcath from the Carin of Honour and should bring it now to Crannog.