Quest:Filth and Riches

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Filth and Riches
Level 62
Type Solo
Starts with Mírdirniel
Starts at The Haunted Inn
Start Region Mirkwood
Map Ref [13.5S, 58.1W]
Quest Group Mirkwood
Quest Chain The Treasure Hoard of Dannenglor
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Mae govannen, Elf-friend, and welcome to our meagre refuge. You may tarry here, if you wish, but I think you may be of some use to me ere we depart this place.

'Have you ventured north and beheld the ruined walls of the Elves who lived here long ago? We ourselves have only espied them from a safe distance, but some of our scouts did go that way and have not returned. There are merrevail who live there now; all the signs are there -- the filth, the intense evil in the very air....

'I suspect that there are great hoards of relics beyond those sinister walls. The filth of the merrevail dulls all things fair, but they care for treasures with a fierce jealousy. I believe there will be memories of the Elves among the foul refuse. Will you search the ruins for treasures of worth? These relics belong in the possession of the Elves, where they can be properly cared for.'


Mírdirniel of the Malledhrim is interested in the Elf-ruins to the north, especially because of their close proximity to Lothlórien. She wishes to recover relics of the Elves who lived there to learn more of them.

Objective 1

  • Search treasure-piles for relics of worth (0/10)

The ruins of Dannenglor are north of the Haunted Inn, in the Dourstocks.

You should search the Elf-ruins of Dannenglor for any treasures that might recall the Elves of old.

Mírdirniel: 'The ruins you seek are to the north of here -- Dannenglor, I believe they are called. The name is known to me, but the history is not.'

Objective 2

Mírdirniel awaits you in the Haunted Inn, south of Dannenglor.

You should speak with Mírdirniel and inform her that there was nothing to be found among the morroval-hoards in Dannenglor.

Mírdirniel: 'How odd! Was there really nothing of worth -- nothing at all? I was sure that the morroval there were guarding something. I am still not convinced that there is nothing of worth there.'