Quest:Intro: The Storm is Upon Us

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Intro: The Storm is Upon Us
Level 5
Type Solo
Starts with Jon Brackenbrook
Starts at Hunting Lodge
Start Region Archet
Map Ref [24.9S, 47.0W]
Ends with Mundo Sackville-Baggins or Jon Brackenbrook
Ends at Little Delving or Archet
Quest Group Introduction (Hobbit/Man)
Race(s) Hobbit, Man
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Quickly! Calder Cob is making his move against Archet, and wicked men of Angmar are lending him and the Blackwolds strength. We must go to the town's defence at once! Return to me when you are prepared.'

Background

Your efforts to ready Archet for the impending Blackwold attack have come to fruition. Now the preparations are complete, and the time has come to fight.

Objective 1

Jon Brackenbrook is at the Hunting Lodge, east of Archet.

Jon Brackenbrook is waiting for you to join his company.

Jon Brackenbrook: 'Are you ready to go? Very well….'
Complete the Instance: The Assault on Archet quest.
You have unlocked the movie 'Archet - Assault on Archet - Hobbit'.

Objective 2

  • Talk to Jon Brackenbrook

Jon Brackenbrook is at the Hunting Lodge, east of Archet.

Jon Brackenbrook is waiting for you to join his company.

Objective 3

Mundo Sackville-Baggins wishes to speak with you.
After the assault on Archet, you helped Mundo Sackville-Baggins and Celandine Brandybuck on their return trip to the Shire.'
Mundo Sackville-Baggins: 'You'll never see me outside the bounds of the Shire again. Some Bagginses may enjoy an uncomfortable adventure, but not I.
'To think that I had to rely on Big Folk to pull me from the grips of others.
'You didn't help much with the way you marches us back to the Shire either, <name>.'
Jon Brackenbrook wishes to speak with you.
After the assault on Archet, Jon Brackenbrook returned to the town to assist and rebuild, taking up his father's legacy.'
Jon Brackenbrook: 'The loss of my father is a painful one, but my pain is no greater than any other here in Archet. The people of Arcet regard you as a hero, and I agree with them, <name>. Without your quick thinking we would have lost more lives.
'You were the one who faced down the evil Men and drove them and many of the Blackwolds from the woods surrounding our town. We owe you much.
'It is good to know that the grim dark growing across the land will ahve such fierce adversaries as yourself.'