Quest:Lumul-nar: The Lesser Rings

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Lumul-nar: The Lesser Rings
Level 60
Type Small Fellowship
Starts with Frár
Starts at The Chamber of the Crossroads
Start Region Durin's Way
Map Ref [5.2S, 112.0W]
Quest Group Dungeons of Lothlórien
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'The merrevail that I believe to reside in the Hall of Mirrors are greedy creatures by nature, so I can only assume that they possess hoards of dwarven relics. How my beard quivers to think of those distasteful wretches handling our precious goods!

'When you go to Lumul-nar, I bid you to reclaim as many such relics as you can from the creatures that dwell there. Curse their vile filth! I wonder what you will find when you go?

'You should bring a friend or two with you, <name>. I do not think it will be easy to wrest the precious goods from the grasp of such horrid beasts as the ones you will face on this venture. I do not want to see you wheeled back to me in pieces, torn limb-from-limb by the greedy wretches of Lumul-nar.'

Background

Frár believes that the greedy creatures of Lumul-nar may have some relics of interest in their possession, and wishes to know all that he can of any ancient tokens found in the Hall of Mirrors.

Objective 1

  • Collect relics of interest (0/10)

Lumul-nar, the Hall of Mirrors, can be found north of the Chamber of the Crossroads, in Zirakzigil in Durin's Way.

You should venture to Zirakzigil and search amongst the creatures there for any relics of Durin's time.

Objective 2

  • Bring the lesser rings to Frár

Frár awaits your return in the Chamber of the Crossroads, south of Lumul-nar.

You should give Frár the many rings you collected from the foul creatures of the Hall of Mirrors.

Frár: 'Rings! Of all the things I imagined, this was not one of them. These rings are the lesser rings -- the seven that were lost, yes, but lesser rings were handed out to those blessed by the favour of Durin. You have found them! We did not even know where to begin looking. Now the ancient heroes of Moria can be remembered as they deserve, for these rings are inscribed with their names and those of their families. I wonder if any of these families have survived to our generation....

'What a delightful project this will be, to reunite my folk with such an important piece of history! Thank you, <name>!'