Quest:Meet Harding

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Meet Harding
Level 76
Type Solo
Starts with Céolstan
Starts at Harwick Stables
Start Region The Wold
Map Ref [38.5S, 52.5W]
Ends with Captain Agelmund
Ends at Feldburg
End Region The Wold
Map Ref [42.4S, 52.0W]
Quest Group The Wold
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Well, it just came to my mind that I cannot keep you here all day, running errands for my horses. You must be welcomed by Harding! He is the Thane of Harwick, Aldor of the Eastemnet, and is a very important man.

'You should seek an audience with Aldor Harding if you wish to stay long in Harwick, <name>. Thank you for your help, by the way!'


Follow the Harwick Guard into the Mead Hall to meet Harding, Thane of Harwick, Reeve of the Wold, and Aldor of the Eastemnet.

Objective 1

  • Talk to a guard outside the Mead Hall

Harwick's Mead Hall can be found at the highest point in town.

You should speak with a guard outside of the Mead Hall to gain an audience with Harding, Aldor of the Eastemnet.

Anmar: 'The Thane does not like to be interrupted, but you seem anxious to gain an audience with him. You are the traveller who survived the siege of Langhold, are you not?
'I will take you in to see him right away.'

Objective 2

  • Receive an introduction to Harwick's Thane

Harwick's Mead Hall can be found atop the tallest hill in town.

The Mead Hall of Harwick is the main gathering area for both the townsfolk and the soldiers. The Hall is off-limits to the townsfolk at the moment while the head soldiers gather for an important discussion.

Anmar: 'Let us go to the Mead Hall straight away. I am sure you bear important information for the Thane.'
Complete the Instance: Meet Harding quest.

Objective 3

  • Talk to Captain Agelmund

Captain Agelmund, overseer of defences outside of Harwick, is stationed at Feldburg, the largest military fort in the Wold.

You should speak with Captain Agelmund.

Captain Agelmund: 'Harding does not trust outsiders, but his distrust has kept us alive; I cannot fault him for being cautious.
'You must prove yourself if you wish to be considered one of us.
'Speaking of that…if you would like to earn Harding's favour, I may have a few reports lying around that you could look into for me.'