Quest:Leaving a Lasting Mark

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Leaving a Lasting Mark
Level 85
Type Solo
Starts with Landscape
Starts at Edsig's Farm
Start Region Wildermore
Map Ref [43.1S, 59.0W]
Ends with Auto-complete
Ends at Edsig's Farm
End Region Wildermore
Quest Chain Wildermore: Fallows
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

The Warg-riders have burnt down most of the farms and structures in the Fallows. While they work on converting the farm into an outpost to their liking, they are sleeping in tents in the fields. It is only fitting to return the favour.


The White Hand Orcs have taken Edsig's Farm which was recently abandoned. They have begun converting it into an Orc outpost, and use it to form raids that have devastated the farmlands in the Fallows. For now, they live in tents setup in the fields of the farm until they can convert the more permanent structures.

Objective 1

  • Find a way to burn the Orc tents

The Orcs have setup their camp in the fields of Edsig's Farm while they convert the farm into an Orc outpost. The tents are made of a material that looks like it should burn easily...

Objective 2

  • Grab the torch near the Orc tents closest to the road

In the group of tents closest to the road, there seems to be a torch left by the fire. That torch will make quick work of these tents.

Objective 3

  • Burn the tents near the road

The group of tents closest to the road should be reduced to smoldering ash. These tents are near where you picked up the torch, and are in the southeast corner of Edsig's Farm.

Objective 4

  • Burn the tents near the windmill

The group of tents closest to the windmill should be burned to the ground. These tents are on the northern side of Edsig's Farm.

Objective 5

  • Burn the tents near the barn

The group of tents closest to the barn should be reduced to ash. These tents are in the southwest corner of Edsig's Farm.

Objective 6

  • Completed

You have burned down the last of the Orcs' tents at Edsig's Farm.

With any hope, what was done will slow the enemy down, and may give the farmers a chance to recover.