Quest:Find Malin

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Find Malin
Level 20
Type Solo
Starts with Addie Wheatley
Starts at The Dead Man's Perch
Start Region Northern Barrow-downs
Map Ref [32.1S, 53.9W]
Quest Group Bree-land
Quest Chain Addie's Missing Sons
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'The tidings you have brought grieve me deeply, for Amlach was young and strong, and I loved him dearly. The only consolation in my grief is that he died in search of his brother whom he loved more than his fear of that dreadful place.

'If this journal is true, then Amlach still believed there was hope for his brother, though my heart fears the worst.

'Please <name> gather companions and search out the barrow over the mire where Amlach heard his brother, bring my son back safe to me.'

Background

Your search for the missing sons found the remains of Amlach Wheatley clutching his brother's journal. The last cryptic entries seem to reveal that Amlach heard fell voices coming from the southern reaches of the Barrow-downs.

Objective 1

  • Search for Malin
  • Defeat Malin

The journal you found seemed to indicate that Malin was taken to the southern Barrow-downs to a barrow overlooking an evil mire. Hopefully you will find him there, before whatever killed Amlach does the same to him!

Addie Wheatley: 'What of Malin? Have you found any sign of Malin? Please, find him!'
Malin: As you begin to examine Malin, suddenly the body stirs. Malin is not dead!
Malin says, "Bent and broken... sundered and torn..."
Malin says, "So I am ... So shall you be..."

Objective 2

Addie Wheatley stands near the Mud-gate in the south-west corner of Bree-town.

In your search of the Barrow-downs you found both of Addie's sons, Amlach and Malin, but far too late to be of any help to either. The foul creatures of the Barrow-downs had killed them both and took Malin's remains for their own. You should return to Addie Wheatley and tell her what has happened to her sons.

Addie Wheatley: 'Both my sons are gone. The fools, oh the fools. They meant to find riches among the dead, but the dead kept their own and claimed my sons.
'Restless fools! Shall I join them now nor for my own foolishness? Please, please leave me to my sorrow.'