Quest:Forging Trust

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Forging Trust
Level 115
Type Solo
Starts with King Thorin III
Starts at Hall Under the Mountain
Start Region Eryn Lasgalen
Map Ref [29.5N, 25.6W]
Ends with Remote Quest Advance
Quest Group Erebor
Quest Chain Under the Mountain
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I have thought much on Ambassador Spakorth's words....

'These Stout-axes have fled oppression and devastation, and now I hear there are dwarves in Erebor who would sooner spit on them than welcome them as friends. This is not the way of Durin's Folk. The Stout-axes are our kin, whether they believe it so or not, and they must be treated as such.

'You and Gimli know well what the Stout-axes have suffered, and you know their minds as none among us do. Speak to the mistrustful few among us, and reassure them that the Stout-axes come to us as refugees and friends.'

Background

King Thorin III wishes to unite the dwarves of Durin's Folk and the Stout-axes in friendship.

Objective 1

Mistrustful dwarves can be found in the Hall Under the Mountain and outside Erebor.

After learning that several dwarves are having misgivings about welcoming the Stout-axes into Erebor, King Thorin III has asked you to speak to mistrustful dwarves on the Stout-axes' behalf.

Mistrustful Dwarf says, "You are known to us, and I trust your words in this matter."
Mistrustful Dwarf says, "I see. Perhaps I'll have to hear more from them...."
Mistrustful Dwarf says, "I shall give these Stout-axes a chance, even if I think they are a bit thin-bearded!"
Mistrustful Dwarf says, "What do we owe them? They are not the only dwarves to have lost a home!"
Talked to mistrustful dwarves on behalf of the Stout-axes (4/4)

Objective 2

  • Completed

You have spoken to the mistrustful dwarves of Erebor on behalf of the Stout-axes and King Thorin III.

Remote Quest Advance: While you are not certain that you have changed the minds of all the dwarves, you have done well to ease tensions between Durin's Folk and the Stout-axes.
It is King Thorin's will that the Stout-axes be welcome among Durin's Folk, and whether it is this day or another, they shall come to unite in friendship.