Quest:Eyes to the West

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Eyes to the West
Level 119
Type Solo
Starts with Radagast
Starts at Thornholt
Start Region Ered Mithrin and Withered Heath
Map Ref [32.9N, 47.6W]
Quest Group Dwarf-holds: Ered Mithrin
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'It appears the Ungoledain have already been spotted heading towards Rushgate. We can't be sure if this was a small group of them or if their ranks are in far greater numbers to the west.

'Track the Ungoledain, <name>. Do not engage them though, if you can avoid it. They are in retreat and we want to keep an eye on them to see what they plan next.'

Background

The defeated Ungoledain have retreated and are thought to be heading to Rushgate. Follow their tracks and look around to see where they are regrouping.

Objective 1

  • Look to the west for any Ungoladan activity.

Look towards the west for any Ungoladan activity.

It is difficult to get a good view west from this location.
This location provides a good vantage point to the west.
There is no sign of the Ungoledain here. Continue to head west towards Rushgate

Objective 2

  • Look to the west for any Ungoladan activity.

Continue to head west and scout for Ungoladan activity.

This location provides a good vantage point to the west
There is no sign of the Ungoledain here. Continue to head west towards Rushgate

Objective 3

  • Look to the west for any Ungoladan activity.

Continue to head west and scout for Ungoladan activity.

This location provides a good vantage point to the west
There is no sign of the Ungoledain here. Continue to head into Rushgate

Objective 4

  • Look to the west for any Ungoladan activity.

Enter Rushgate and scout for Ungoladan activity.

This location provides a good vantage point to the west
It is clear the Ungoledain were here and must have crossed the bridge.

Objective 5

Radagast can be found in the north of the Thornholt woods.

Return to Radagast and let him know what you've seen here in Rushgate.

Radagast:
'It seems the Ungoledain are moving out of Ered Mithrin. While I'm sure this isn't the last we've heard of them, I think it's safe to rest easy for now.'