Quest:Dark and Shallow Water

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Dark and Shallow Water
Level 54
Type Solo
Starts with Gyrgir
Starts at The Rotting Cellar
Start Region The Water-works
Map Ref [15.1S, 111.8W]
Quest Group Moria: The Water-works
Quest Chain All Glory
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I am not going down to the banks again. Not after what those leeches did to my legs the last time. I have a solution that I believe will get rid of them, but I will not try it.

'If you want to go down to the water and pour this in, you may feel free to do so. There are four places that are particularly bad, all near dead goblins. Those corpses are probably their primary food-source, when they cannot find my legs.

'Head to the west. You will find the leech-infested water just before you reach The Drowned Deep.'

Background

The leeches infesting the Waterworks have grown out of control and are preventing the dwarves from exploring further.

Objective 1

  • Find the first goblin-corpse
  • Find the second goblin-corpse
  • Find the third goblin-corpse
  • Find the fourth goblin-corpse

Leeches swarm around goblin corpses near The Drowned Deep, west of the Rotting Cellar.

Gyrgir would like you to find the corpses the leeches have been feasting upon and spread newt-toxin around them to kill the leeches.

Gyrgir: 'We cannot explore the waters with all those leeches. Take the solution to the places where they gather and pour it into the water.'
You see some leeches crawling in the water
  • Use newt-toxin
Used newt-toxin
You see some leeches crawling in the water
  • Use newt-toxin
Used newt-toxin
You see some leeches crawling in the water
  • Use newt-toxin
Used newt-toxin
You see some leeches crawling in the water
  • Use newt-toxin
Used newt-toxin

Objective 2

Gyrgir is in the Rotting Cellar, east of The Drowned Deep.

Gyrgir will be pleased to hear the leeches will no longer pose a problem to the dwarves.

Gyrgir: 'So you spread it everywhere you saw leeches? Excellent. Hopefully soon it will be safe to explore once more.'