Quest:Fallen to the Wargs

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Fallen to the Wargs
Level 23
Type Solo
Starts with Nathan Hodges
Starts at Amon Raith
Start Region The North Downs
Map Ref [12.5S, 52.8W]
Quest Group North Downs
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Do you think you could do me a favour, [name]? I tried asking Amarion, but he told me he can't leave Amon Raith without endangering the rest of us. I suppose that's true, but it's still of little consolation.

'A friend of mine was visiting my farm when the Wargs attacked -- a sturdy, little fellow from a place called Tuckborough in the Shire. I thought he was right behind me, but by the time I met up with the Peakes, Ailward was gone!

'It's a morbid task, but could you sort through the bones of the Wargs' victims, up in northern Annúndir? There's a whole pack of the beasts at the burial mounds there. If you bring some of the bones back to me, maybe I will find some hobbit-sized ones...though I hope not!'

Background

Nathan Hodges is worried that a hobbit who was visiting him might have been attacked by the Wargs during the retreat to Amon Raith.

Objective 1

  • Collect Bones from the Bone-piles (0/3)

A large pack of Wargs have moved into northern Annúndir, and the bones of their kills litter the burial mounds in the north.

Nathan Hodges is worried that a friend of his, Ailward Took, a visitor from the Shire, did not make it safely to Amon Raith. Hodges has asked you to retrieve the bones scattered around the Warg-occupied burial mounds, but hopes you will not find any of hobbit-size.

Objective 2

  • Bring gnawed bones to Nathan Hodges

Nathan Hodges is at Amon Raith, west of southern Annúndir.

Nathan Hodges is waiting for you to return with the bones you scavenged from the Wargs.

Nathan: 'I see you've found some bones, [name]. Some of these are fairly small, but I wouldn't say any of them are hobbit-sized. Unless I'm very much mistaken, I'd say most of these are goblin bones!
'It seems to me that the Wargs and goblins must not get along well all of the time -- and that's good for us! Let them fight among themselves, and there will be fewer for us to worry about!
'Well, I'd say none of these belonged to my friend. Thank you for giving me this small hope, [name].'