Quest:Fear Not To Dance!

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Fear Not To Dance!
Level ...
Type Solo
Repeatable Yes
Starts with Esmeralda Boffin
Starts at The Party Tree
Start Region The Shire
Map Ref [29.9S, 71.5W]
Quest Group Harvest Festival
Quest Chain Frightful Tales to Curl the Hair On Your Toes
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I do not see very many people dancing, <name>! My mother said that there would be dance contests held regularly during the festival, but so few people are participating! Is the spooky atmosphere to blame? Why is everyone afraid to dance?

'We must combat this fear of dancing with encouraging words! Find bashful festival-goers and tell them there is nothing to fear. That will surely work!'

Background

Esmeralda Boffin is worried that festival-goers might be too frightened by the spooky atmosphere of the Harvest Festival to engage in the dance contests and other activities.

NOTE: This quest will be removed from your quest log when the event it is associated with ends.

Objective 1

  • Encourage bashful festival-goers to dance (0/5)

Bashful festival-goers can be found around the Party Tree.

Encouraged dancing, to no avail (5/5)

Objective 2

Esmeralda Boffin is near the dance contest stage by the Party Tree.

Esmeralda Boffin: 'It didn't work, <name>. People are still too bashful to get up and dance! What a disaster!
'Wait a moment. I have had an idea! Perhaps they just need to see someone else having a good time, dancing and cheering and who knows what else? It's up to you, <name>! Take a moment to do whatever you want, any creative expression at all, and maybe that will help these bashful hobbits come to their senses!
'If they see you doing it and having a good time, perhaps they will be able to do it themselves!'

Objective 3

  • Use the time to creatively express yourself

Esmeralda Boffin is near the dance contest stage by the Party Tree.

Objective 4

Esmeralda Boffin is near the dance contest stage by the Party Tree.

Esmeralda Boffin: 'That was quite a performance, <name>.
'I hope these bashful hobbits have learned how fun it can be just to be yourself, and not worry about what anyone else is thinking! Thank you for being such a good sport! Will I see you at cousin Bingo's spooky stories tonight?'