"You have taken the Uruk-hai vandal to Stangard, where Gadda has brought him before Stanric and Sithric to await his judgment."
Dargum has been bound and brought before the leaders of Stangard. They will decide his fate and what should be done about this new-found threat.
Odda is waiting to speak with you inside the Stangard Mead Hall.
- Odda: 'You have done well to capture the Uruk and to expose the betrayal that besets us. I wish to stay and hear Stanric's judgement, but I must depart with haste.
- 'I have been granted leave of my company and will join another band of men in the Wailing Hills. Perhaps my eagerness for action will not be considered such a burden, as it was at the Cuthstan.'
- Stanric and Sithric are preparing to discuss the matters at hand
- Odda says, "May we meet again in better circumstances, <name>."
- Talk to Stanric about the Uruk's fate
Stanric stands at the head of the Stangard mead hall.
Stanric wishes to discuss the capture of Dargum, and decide an appropriate course of action.
- Stanric: 'It is good to see you, <name>. I must commend you for subduing the one responsible for damage to the Cuthstan and for bringing him before us.'
- Stanric says, "The exposure of this White Hand Uruk-hai is most shocking indeed."
- Stanric says, "I shudder to think that Saruman may now be our enemy and is enlisting Orcs from the Misty Mountains to his cause."
"Our troubles already seemed numerous, and now it seems that even our allies have become our enemies!"
- Stanric says, "This Uruk filth must be locked away, so as to prevent him from causing further harm! Are we in agreement, Sithric?"
- Talk to Sithric about the Uruk's fate
Sithric stands beside Stanric in the Stangard Mead Hall.
Sithric wishes to discuss the capture of the Uruk and respond to Stanric's judgment.
- Sithric: 'What foolishness is this? You would have me believe that the White Wizard himself is now our enemy...?'
- Sithric says, "Do you think me an utter fool? This is nothing more than the Uruk-hai's cunning ploy."
- Sithric says, "This mongrel would love nothing more than for us to consider Saruman, one of our greatest allies, as a traitor. "
- Sithric says, "Oh, how they would laugh as we turned friend to foe! They hope for us to attack each other, only to be beaten by their unseen armies."
- Sithric says, "An ill-conceived ruse. This is precisely why you need me, Stanric, to see through trickery such as this!"
- Sithric says, "Gadda, take this creature from my sight. Send him back to whichever dark hole he crawled from."
- Sithric says, "Uruk, listen to me now. Take this message back to your tribe...."
- Sithric says, "Stangard is strong, and it is wise. We will not succumb to sword, nor scheme. Your efforts are for naught."
- Sithric says, "For the last time, <name>, you will not meddle in events that are of no concern to you! I am more than capable of seeing to the affairs of Stangard."
- Talk to Gadda about the Uruk's fate
Gadda stands before Stanric and Sithric in the Mead Hall.
Gadda wishes to discuss the result of Stanric and Sithric's council.
- Gadda: 'This is madness! Where is the justice in letting our enemies just walk away freely?
- 'This Uruk-hai has seen the layout of our city, our lack of supplies, and the conflicts in our leadership! We only show further weakness by letting him go.'
- Gadda says, "For Stanric's sake, I will do as you command, Sithric, but I could not disagree more with this decision."
- Gadda: 'I will deal with escorting this Uruk out of Stangard. You should leave this hall before irritating Sithric further.'