Quest:Instance: Remembering Thrymm

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Instance: Remembering Thrymm
Level 85
Type Session Play
Starts with Cyneberg
Starts at Lornsettle
Start Region Wildermore
Map Ref [37.8S, 61.0W]
Quest Chain Wildermore: Fallows
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

Remembering Thrymm
"Thrymm Red-beard, the champion of Forlaw, proudly carries the hope of the people of Wildermore. He was one of the few to heed the call to defend an incoming attack on an early morning in Forlaw..."

Background

Cyneberg tells you of the first attack on Forlaw by the White Hand. Not long ago, while Cyneberg was in Scylfig and before Thrymm left to join her, Thrymm and the twin sons of Gárwig courageously defended Forlaw from a large Orc attack.

Objective 1

Edsig and Gárferth must stay alive

Edsig and Gárferth are prepared to defend the city of Forlaw, or die trying. They are encouraged by Thrymm's arrival, knowing that he could probably single-handedly defeat the attacking Orcs.

Edsig: 'Thrymm! We are glad you could make it. We sent word though town for those who could aid in our defence, but it early and not many heard it.
'A scout came to Lornsettle, frantic to report to Gárwig and the rest of us of a good sized formation of Orcs that were marching down the road toward Forlaw. He should be here any moment now!
'Gárferth and I will stay here to guard the gate. We will make sure none pass.'

Objective 2

  • Defeat the Orcs assaulting Forlaw (0/54)
Edsig and Gárferth must stay alive

Objective 3

  • Return to Edsig
Edsig and Gárferth must stay alive
Edsig: 'That appears to be all of them! Well done, Thrymm and Gárferth. You both fought well.
'Thrymm, this many Orcs marching down the roads is alarming. I can see it on your faces. You look worried.
'I share your concern for Cyneberg in Scylfig, and whether Scylfig is prepared. You should send word as soon as you can. Gárferth and I will see to the defnece of Forlaw while you are away.
'We will go to our father right away to let him know what happened here.'