Quest:Merciful Release

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Merciful Release
Level 30
Type Solo
Starts with Radagast the Brown
Starts at Barad Dhorn
Start Region The Lone-lands
Map Ref [29.8S, 27.4W]
Quest Group Lone-lands
Quest Chain Tainted Living
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'You have done quite well thus far, <name>. I am impressed, and I am not often impressed by a mere <race>. I find your kind often lack the sense that my little friends here possess, but you have shown a greater understanding.

'I need you to do something which I shudder to ask. The corrupted Huorns and their shepherds, the bog-lurkers, must be destroyed. I can sense that there is no reclamation for these poor creatures. The Huorns and bog-lurkers dwell to the north-west.

'It is a terrible tragedy, but I see no other course that would be more merciful. I am also greatly concerned, for whatever this corruption is, it was not the work of Ivar the Bloodhand.'

Background

Somehow the very essence of the Red Swamp has been corrupted. Radagast the Brown, a Wizard who has come to Agamaur, seeks to learn the cause.

Objective 1

  • Defeat Huorns (0/7)
  • Defeat bog-prowlers (0/15)

Huorns and bog-lurkers can be found in the north-west of Agamaur.

The bark you brought Radagast revealed that the corruption in the swamp has gone too deep, and there is no hope to reclaim Agamaur or its creatures. Radagast has laid the task of bringing a merciful end to the Huorns and bog-lurkers which dwell there.

Radagast the Brown: 'Please do not make me repeat myself. It is hard enough to thin that we must harm any of these Huorns or their shepherds.'

Objective 2

Radagast is at the Eglain camp in the southern reaches of Agamaur.

Radagast, not without difficulty, instructed you to destroy the Huorns and bog-lurkers of Agamaur, which you have done. You should bring word of your success to the Wizard at once.

Radagast the Brown: 'You have done these poor creatures a great service. It is too long that they suffered, I fear. I can only hope that what we have accomplished today was not senseless murder. Thank you.'