Quest:Instance: Lady Éowyn's Charge

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Instance: Lady Éowyn's Charge
Level 86
Type Solo
Starts with Éowyn
Starts at Edoras
Start Region Edoras
Map Ref [62.0S, 72.8W]
Ends with Witwyn
Ends at Meduseld
End Region Kingstead
Map Ref [62.3S, 72.8W]
Quest Group Edoras
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

The Lady Éowyn of the House of Eorl has been charged with protecting the people of Edoras. Soon, she will lead them to Dunharrow in the south as the forces of Isengard begin to close in.

Background

Éowyn sits proudly in Meduseld, hearing the concerns of her people before their departure to Dunharrow.

Objective 1

  • Speak with Éowyn

Éowyn stands in Meduseld as she presides over Edoras in King Théoden's absence.

You should speak with Éowyn.

Éowyn: 'I will gladly hear your concerns, my good stewards.
'Pray tell me what goes on in Edoras on the eve of our departure to Dunharrow, so that I may make this passage easier for our people.'

Objective 2

  • Listen to Éowyn

Éowyn stands in Meduseld as she presides over Edoras in King Théoden's absence.

You should listen to Éowyn.

Éowyn says, "We haven't long before we must depart our city."
Éowyn says, "These are troubled times, and surely you have many cares."
Léodferth says, "My lady, people are desperately afraid of going hungry if they leave Edoras."
Léodferth says, "The farmers must abandon their crops, and they believe they will starve."
Éowyn says, "Fear not, Léodferth. Dunharrow is well-stocked."
Éowyn says, "I swear to you now that the House of Eorl will not see its people starve whilst it stands."
Éowyn says, "Do not trouble yourself with cares over silver or gold; glad will I be if the people of Edoras arrive at Dunharrow whole and hale."
Théolac says, "Lady Éowyn, I fear that there will be many problems with moving so many people across the plains...."
Théolac says, "Most of our folk have no horses, no carts. We will go slowly and encounter many troubles along the way."
Éowyn says, "It will not be easy, but war is upon us, and King Théoden has given his command."
Éowyn says, "We must walk to Dunharrow, with or without the supplies we need."
Éowyn says, "The safe arrival of my people is the only matter of importance, but we will do our best to prepare!"
Britred says, "My lady, I grow concerned about the morale of the people of Edoras."
Britred says, "They were happy to see the king ride, but he is gone, and a dreariness has settled upon the folk once more."
A shadow seems to fall upon the lady's bright features, and she looks troubled....

Objective 3

  • Listen to Éowyn

Éowyn stands in Meduseld as she presides over Edoras in King Théoden's absence.

You should speak with Éowyn.

Éowyn says, "We...we must endeavour to keep our spirits up."
Éowyn says, "Times of war are hard indeed."
Théolac says, "It is as you say, Lady Éowyn. We vow to do everything in our power to leave as soon as possible."
Éowyn says, "Thank you all. And good luck to you."

Objective 4

  • Speak with Éowyn

Éowyn stands in Meduseld as she presides over Edoras in King Théoden's absence.

You should speak with Éowyn.

Éowyn: 'I...I must leave. I have much to do to prepare for our departure. I beg you pardon, <name>.
'You are welcome in Edoras, so you may feel free to go wherever you wish.'

Objective 5

  • Speak with Witwyn, the serving-woman

Witwyn, Éowyn's serving-woman, can be found in Meduseld.

Witwyn wishes to speak with you.

Witwyn: 'Did you chance to notice my lady's face, <name>? Perhaps you did not see it; some sadness or gloom has taken her.
'Those who love her well see it settled on her shoulders like a rain-cloud mantle. I grow more worried for her with every day that passes....'
Witwyn: 'I do not know why I suddenly spilled my fears to you, <name>. There is something trustworthy about you.
'Will you help my lady? Perhaps we can think of something that will cheer her, now that her uncle is recovered from his stupour.'