Quest:Informing Grimbriar

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Informing Grimbriar
Level 16
Type Solo
Starts with Watcher Brittleleaf
Starts at South-guard Ruins
Start Region Bree-land
Map Ref [35.3S, 51.3W]
Ends with Chief Watcher Grimbriar
Ends at Southern Bree-fields
End Region Bree-land
Map Ref [28.1S, 53.4W]
Quest Group Bree-land
Quest Chain The Baying of Wolves
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'My resolve will not falter, but logic bids me act quickly, and so I will. I need you to return to Chief Watcher Grimbriar with all haste. Tell him what you have seen here and implore him to see through his hatred of the Rangers. They may be the only ally which Bree-land can rely on in this dark time.

'This fortress is lost to us, but Oakdale and I will do what we can to stave the tide from spilling into Bree-land before the citizens have been prepared. Go now, before these fiends see our location and bring about the end of our resistance before it is begun.


Andrath is overrun and the Watchers dispatched to gauge the threat believe that it cannot be recovered, despite your most recent efforts. Reluctantly, you have been sent back to Chief Watcher Grimbriar with this grim news.

Objective 1

Chief Watcher Grimbriar is at his post outside Bree-town.

Watchers Brittleleaf and Oakdale do not feel that the tide about crash over the walls of Andrath can be held back. They have asked you to convince Chief Watcher Grimbriar that he must seek the aid of the Rangers of the North.

Watcher Brittleleaf: 'Return to Grimbriar at his post at the stone cottage, north along the Greenway outside of the West-gate of bree, and tell him of what we learned here in Andrath.'
Chief Watcher Grimbriar: 'Brittleleaf and Oakdale are no cowards, but I cannot heed their advice. The Rangers are a dangerous and wild lot and do more harm in this land than good.
'I will not invite them into Bree-land where they will install themselves as our overlords as soon as the crisis is ended. No, there must be another way.
'I have received other news, from within the bounds of Bree-land -- other citizens that need defence from this brigand menace. I would see you aid them before seeking the yoke of the Rangers.'