Quest:Prologue: Burying the Dead

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Prologue: Burying the Dead
Level 5
Type Solo
Starts with Jon Brackenbrook
Starts at Archet
Start Region Bree-land
Map Ref [25.1S, 48.9W]
Quest Group Epic - Vol. 1, Prologue
Quest Chain Bree-land Epic Prologue
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'As we prepared for the Blackwold assault and stood at the defence of Archet, many of the good folks of this town perished, both within the gates and beyond.

'The battle was great, but in the end we defeated the brigands' onslaught. Some of the good men who were lost still remain unburied, but the people of this town have their hands full with their own great losses. It would be to our shame if those unburied bodies were dishonoured by wild beasts.

'I would ask this one last favour of you: seek out those poor men and grant them honour in death. Dirk Mudbrick fell at the sheep-farm south-west of Archet, Nate Whisperwood died defending the Hunter's Lodge, and Cal Sprigley's farmhand -- Wil Wheatley -- perished in battle just to the west of Bronwe's Folly.'

Background

While you were fighting through Archet, some of the good folk of this fair village perished during the assault.

Objective 1

Dirk Mudbrick's body can be found at the sheep-farm, south-west of Archet. Nate Whisperwood's body can be found near the Hunter's Lodge, east of Archet. The body of Wil Wheatley can be found just to the west of Bronwe's Folly, south of Archet.

Jon Brackenbrook has asked that you bury the remains of the fallen who perished in the Blackwold raid with honour.

Jon Brackenbrook: 'Dirk never made it out of the sheep-farm, Nate died just outside of the Hunter's lodge, and Wil Wheatley did just to the west of Bronwe's Folly.'
Buried Dirk Mudbrick's body
Buried Nate Whisperwood's body
Buried Wil Wheatley's body

Objective 2

Jon Brackenbrook can be found by the ruins of The Mad Badger Inn in Archet.

You should return to Jon Brackenbrook and let him know that you have buried the fallen as he asked.

Jon Brackenbrook: 'Good, it is done. Those men died bravely and deserved a proper burial. Once more, Archet is in your debt.
'Now, before you leave, there is something I must tell you. A queer man came through Archet while you were away, and I believe he was looking for you!'