Quest:Dâr Narbugud: Bastions of Doom

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Dâr Narbugud: Bastions of Doom
Level 60
Type Raid
Starts with Donfuin
Starts at Dâr Narbugud
Start Region The Foundations of Stone
Map Ref [16.2S, 96.8W]
Ends with Donfuin
Ends at Dâr Narbugud
End Region The Foundations of Stone
Map Ref [16.2S, 96.8W]
Quest Group Dungeons of Lothlórien
Quest Chain Dâr Narbugud
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'The dwarves' establishment of a foothold in Durin's halls could not have come at a more fortuitous time, for I find that the presence of a certain guest in our lands has drawn the eyes of many foes, near and far.

'There is a great presence of trolls in Dâr Narbugud, and they are deadly foes even when running carelessly about. Imagine the damage that could be done to the dwarves when the trolls are guided by leaders.

'The dwarves are doughty fighters, but I do not believe they will withstand the might of well-led trolls, least of all trolls corrupted by the sickness and plague brewing in Dâr Narbugud. You should destroy the leaders outright, and the lesser trolls will surely be weakened without proper guidance from their superiors. This task will require a great force, to be sure.'


The Elves believe that trolls give a great advantage to the enemy in battle, due to their massive strength and hardiness. The troll-leaders in Dâr Narbugud must be eliminated in order to weaken the enemy's forces.

Objective 1

The trolls you seek can be found in Dâr Narbugud, near the Dark Delvings at the southernmost tip of the Foundations of Stone.

Donfuin has asked you to defeat the trolls' leaders, which should disorganize the trolls and deflate their usefulness in battle.

Defeated Blagh and Rung

Objective 2

Donfuin stands just outside of Dâr Narbugud.

You should speak with Donfuin and inform him of your victory over the troll-leaders.

Donfuin: 'You have done well, <name>! I rejoice that you have returned in triumph. It is no small feat to have bested such brutal creatures as the wicked trolls you have faced. You must have the favour of Lady Galadriel to have survived a battle of this magnitude without falling.'