Quest:Intro: Thigh to Neck

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Intro: Thigh to Neck
Level 2
Type Solo
Starts with Roscoe Standish
Starts at Archet
Quest Group Introduction (Hobbit/Man)
Class Warden
Race(s) Hobbit, Man
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Ah, I am glad to see you, friend! I chose the path of the Warden long ago, and perhaps -- if you are willing to listen -- I can help a young one like yourself.

'A Warden is a master of sword, spear, shield, and javelin. He is also an excellent study of his enemies and will learn how an enemy can be toppled with the right combination of blows or how to strengthen his own heart for the battles to come. And battles will be plentiful, for a Warden seeks to defend those who cannot defend themselves by drawing the enemy's eye.

HINT:

Wardens use combinations of their basic skills such as Quick Thrust and Shield-bash to build more powerful Gambit attacks. To use your Defensive Strike skill, attack a Training-Dummy with your Shield-bash ability twice. This should cause your Gambit Default skill to change into your Defensive Strike skill. Use your Defensive Strike ability to strike a Training-Dummy.

Background

Your trainer wants you to use your new skills to prove that you are ready to face the many dangers that exist in the world.

Objective 1

Use Defensive Strike on the training-dummy nearby.


HINT:

Wardens use combinations of their basic skills such as Quick Thrust and Shield-bash to build more powerful Gambit attacks. To use your Deft Strike skill, attack a Training-Dummy with your Quick Thrust ability twice. This should cause your Gambit Default skill to change into your Deft Strike skill. Use your Deft Strike ability to strike a Training-Dummy.

You have struck the training-dummy with Defensive Strike

Objective 2

  • Talk to the Warden Trainer in Archet

The Warden Trainer is in Archet.

Now that you have successfully used Defensive Strike, you should return to your trainer and tell him of your success.

Roscoe Standish: 'Well done, <name>! Make sure you visit a trainer often as you advance in your role as a Warden. As you grow, you will find that trainers such as myself have tasks for you, as well as the occasional bit of wisdom. Good luck!'