Quest:Sharkey's Men

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Sharkey's Men
Level 14
Type Solo
Starts with Chief Watcher Grimbriar
Starts at Southern Bree-fields
Start Region Bree-land
Map Ref [28.1S, 53.4W]
Quest Group Bree-land
Quest Chain The Baying of Wolves
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'My job is to guard Bree. I don't have the men to waste patrolling the countryside, but of late I've had reports of brigand-raids near and around the town. I need someone to look into these rumours, and I've coin to spare for anyone willing to help.

'There've always been a few outlaws in the hills and dales north of town, but it seems that recently they've grown both more numerous and more bold. If you can find out what is going on, it would be appreciated. Careful though. Once these outlaws would flee any armed man, but now they are more prone to attack without warning.

'The farm across the road seems to be overrun by the brigands...you could start your investigation there.'

Background

Chief Grimbriar wants you to investigate the brigands of the Bree-fields, who have become better organized and more dangerous of late.

Objective 1

Brigands have overrun Dogwood's Farm, across the road and north alongside a small stream. Chief Grimbriar awaits your return at the stone house near the crossroads outside of Bree.

Chief Watcher Grimbriar has asked you to investigate the increased brigand activity. He mentioned a small farm across the road and a few paces north he thought was overrun.

Chief Watcher Grimbriar: 'To be honest, I'm not sure what to tell you to look for. If you encounter and defeat any brigands, or if you can search Dogwood's Farm nearby, maybe you can discover something that will tell us why they've become more hostile.'
You found a strange medallion
Chief Watcher Grimbriar: 'Since when are outlaws able to afford such things as medallion? Even the constables don't have badges! And who is this Sharkey fellow, anyway?'
'This is very disturbing. Your find seems to suggest an organization that we haven't seen before in these brigands.'