Quest:Regrets and Consolation

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Regrets and Consolation
Level 81
Type Solo
Starts with Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale
Starts at Mead Hall of Eaworth
Start Region Entwash Vale
Quest Group Entwash Vale
Quest Chain Eaworth
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'My heart is aggrieved, <name>. My son lies wounded, and my mother sits under guard in the city's prison. however, I cannot allow my grief to consume me.

'I wish to be certain of my son's health and well-being. Go to him at the infirmary and learn of his condition. If he is conscious, let Ingmar know that I am proud of him. He has earned great honour and glory among the people of Eaworth, for his assault on Maustazg has brought a reprieve against the siege of the Orcs.'


Ingmar's attack on Maustazg was a success, but he was severely wounded in the battle.

Objective 1

  • Talk to Ingmar in the infirmary of Eaworth

Lord Ingmar lies wounded in the infirmary of Eaworth.

Reeve Ingbert has asked you to check on the well-being of his son and to convey his pride to him.

Ingmar, son of Ingbert: 'The glory does not belong to me only, but to every man who rode against the Orcs. It belongs also to you, <name>.
'Tóla, my dear wife, was deceived by my grandmother and sought to keep me from harm. She should be made aware that my injury has bough Eaworth a reprieve from the Orcs and that my grandmother acted in treason.
'Will you bring assurance to Tóla? You will find her at our house nearby.'

Objective 2

  • Talk to Tóla at Ingmar's house in Eaworth

Lady Tóla is at Ingmar's house in the northern part of Eaworth.

Ingmar asked you to bring reassurance to Lady Tóla in light of his victory and his grandmother's betrayal.

Tóla, wife of Ingmar: 'Ingmar sent you? Then he has awakened and is coherent?'
You speak of Lady Góda's treachery and of the glory and honour Ingmar earned, securing the safety of Eaworth against the Orcs.
'Alas, that I was so blinded by Góda's guile. It must bring terrible grief to Ingmar and his father, but there should also be great joy, for my husband lives and Eaworth remains free!
'Return to the Reeve and let him know that my heart is at peace.'

Objective 3

  • Talk to Ingbert in the Mead Hall of Eaworth

Reeve Ingbert is in the Mead Hall of Eaworth.

Tóla asked you to let Reeve Ingbert know that her heart is at peace.

Ingbert, Reeve of the Entwash Vale: 'It is good to hear that my son is doing well and that Tóla is at peace. However, there is still a matter upon my heart that I would discuss with you….'