Quest:Family Heirloom

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Family Heirloom
Level 23
Type Solo
Starts with William Peake
Starts at Amon Raith
Start Region The North Downs
Map Ref [12.5S, 52.8W]
Quest Group North Downs
Quest Text


Note, this quest was removed in Update 13.

Bestowal dialogue

'When Camilla and me fled from the Wargs, I tried to bring one chest with me -- it contains an heirloom I received from my father. In me fear, I let the box slip through my grasp. Fortune smiled then and a farmhand took up the box and fled. Camilla and me ran south into the goblins. The farmhand ran here.

'Camilla and me arrived to find the farmhand trying to pry the box open. When he saw us coming he leapt up and ran north, taking an awful tumble down the hill here. I gave chase until Amarion caught me and begged me to let the box go. Amarion said to trust you. He saved me you see; so I trust him. I know it might seem petty, but the gift my father gave me is important to me, <name>.

'My farmhand run off towards Amon Amrûn, north and a bit east of Amon Raith. Please, find him and my heirloom.'


William Peake lost a chest containing an heirloom of his family when he and his wife fled from the Wargs invading Annúndir.

Objective 1

William Peake's chest was stolen by a farmhand who fled north towards the ruins upon Amon Amrûn.

William Peake has asked you to find his heirloom chest and the farmhand who stole it.

William Peake: 'You'd better retrieve my heirloom chest, <name>. If the Wargs are planning on staying, I might have need of it.
'I chased me farmhand down the hill behind us and injured my leg. He was headed toward Amon Amrûn. Best begin looking there, but take care howls and screams fill the air along the Fields of Fornost.'

Objective 2

  • Return the heirloom chest to William Peake

William Peake awaits the return of the heirloom chest at Amon Raith, south of Amon Amrûn.

In the middle of the ruin of Amon Amrûn, you discovered the grisly scene of the farmhand dead near William Peake's chest. You should return at once to Amon Raith with the chest.

William Peake: 'He's dead then? I did not wish such a terrible fate on him. Take this pittance of coin with my thanks. I was afraid you might take a wrong step and fall to certain doom! I am glad you are safe, and that this chest is undamaged as well.
'Within is my father's sword, passed through generations, though I don't wish to wield it. Its history reaches back to the battle on the fields north of Amon Raith, and I was loathe to lose it.
'Now I think it's time to drive away these Wargs, <name>. If it weren't for my leg, I would stand with you against them!'
William Peake says, "The lock looks intact, let me see."
William Peake says, "My father's sword. I shall not keep it within the chest any longer. When my ankle heals, I shall prepare to assail the wargs."
William Peake says, "I shall put this sword to good use. My farm will be reclaimed!"