Quest:Introduction: Anórien (After Battle)

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Introduction: Anórien (After Battle)
Level 105
Type Solo
Starts with Auto Bestowal
Ends with Angbor
Ends at Aragorn's Pavillion
End Region Pelennor (After Battle)
Map Ref [65.4S, 14.6W]
Quest Chain Pelennor (After Battle)
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

You have been summoned by Prince Imrahil, who stands just outside the main gate of after-battle Minas Tirith.

Background

Even as the Men of Gondor and Rohan take stock of the devastation from yesterday's battle, the need to gather plans and press onwards cannot wait.

Objective 1

  • Talk to Imrahil just outside of after-battle Minas Tirith

Imrahil can be found just outside the main gate of after-battle Minas Tirith. You can travel there from the Threshold of the City on the Pelennor battlefield and from pre-battle Minas Tirith.

You have been summoned by Imrahil for an important task.

Objective 3

  • Talk to Aragorn

Aragorn can be found in his pavilion on after-battle Pelennor.

You should learn what plans Aragorn has and what help he might need.

Aragorn:
'Aha, <name>, I have need of your assistance. We have won the battle, but the Enemy is far from true defeat. You understand this as much as anyone.
'We must act swiftly and decisively. We are soon to embark upon our most arduous and perilous journey yet, I think. I hope you will come with me, but first I must ask you to bring word to Eomer and Angbor that our forces, such as they are, must be prepared to march.'

Objective 4

  • Talk to Éomer
  • Talk to Angbor

Angbor and Éomer can be found at Aragorn's Pavilion on after-battle Pelennor.

You should ask Angbor and Éomer whether their men are ready to march.

Éomer:
'It is good to see you again, <name>. I saw you speak with Aragorn and guess at what he asks.
' Many Rohirrim have died this last day. If we were to stop now, their deaths would surely be for naught. I am righful king of Rohan now and my men will do as I bid. Tell Aragorn I raise my sword with his and that when he blows his horns we will come to the call.'
Angbor:
'It's good to see you again. A true <race> of honour and nearly as fearless as I.'
You relate Aragorn's request.
'I have trusted Aragon since the moment I saw Thorongil return to Linhir. Come, there is much to be done if we are to move an army.'