|Quest Chain||The Blade That Was Broken|
The Blade That Was Broken
|Walkthrough & Notes|
'It is not yet enough, <name>. I need you to show me that you hold the history of the Dúnedain as important as I or Astiul. If Calenglad does decide to help you, I will not be held responsible if you turn to plunder.
'In Parth Aduial, just north of the road that runs to the Fields of Fornost, there is a small graveyard called Gorthost; the names, birth-dates and death-dates listed on the stones there have not been recorded. Take this charcoal and this parchment and make rubbings of the graves at Gorthost. Beware of the bats and barghests that are sure to prowl nearby. Gorthost is by a collapsed wall north of the ruins of Ost Heryn, and also north of the road.
'If you return from this errand, our ancestral records will be more complete, and you may have proved your worth to me. Perhaps.'
Forchon is not yet convinced of your good intentions and has sent you to acquire rubbings of the graves at Gorthost as further proof.
Gorthost is by a collapsed wall in Parth Aduial, north of Ost Heryn and the road that runs east towards the Fields of Fornost.
Forchon has sent you to the small graveyard at Gorthost to make rubbings of the stones there with charcoal and parchment. He bade you beware of the bats and barghests that surely prowl nearby.
Forchon is at the Ranger-camp on the island of Tinnudir, in Evendim.
Ranger Forchon is waiting for you to return with the grave-rubbings you made at Gorthost.
There is a bookshelf containing lineages at the Ranger-camp on the island of Tinnudir, in Evendim.
Forchon has asked you to file the grave-rubbings you made in the bookshelf containing lineages at the Ranger-camp on Tinnudir.
Ranger Forchon is at the Ranger-camp on the island of Tinnudir, in Evendim.
Having filed the grave rubbings with the lineages, you should now return and speak with Forchon.