Quest:Singing to Saplings

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Singing to Saplings
Level 60
Type Solo
Repeatable Yes
Starts with Mallendathor
Starts at Cerin Amroth
Start Region Lothlórien
Map Ref [11.9S, 68.1W]
Ends with Sendiel
Ends at The Peaceful Glade
End Region Lothlórien
Map Ref [12.0S, 64.9W]
Quest Group Lothlórien
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'If you are willing to be of further aid, <name>, I would ask that you seek out the counsel of Orthir, a Scholar of the Trees who has made the woods of Lothlórien, and particularly the majestic trees in and around Cerin Amroth, his particular study. Describe to him the symptoms you found on the Malbrethil-saplings and follow his advice. You will find him not far west of here, near the path.'

Background

Mallendathor wishes you to sing to several Malbrethil-saplings again, to aid in their healthy development, and bring her back some Malbrethril-seeds.

Objective 1

Orthir can be found a short distance west of Cerin Amroth, near the path.

Mallendathor wishes you to speak to Orthir, the Scholar of the Trees, to see if he knows what might heal the saplings' mallady.

Objective 2

  • Sing to Malbrethil-saplings (0/4)

The Malbrethil-saplings can be found in Taur Hith, to the north-east of Cerin Amroth.

Orthir believes that the saplings, deprived of the everyday music of the now-wary forest, might be revived if you were to sing to them.

/sing

Objective 3

  • Recover Malbrethil-seeds (0/6)

Mallendathor has asked you to gather Malbrethil-seeds from in the area of Taur Hith, to the north-east of Cerin Amroth. The seeds are difficult to find, but are frequently collected by the hungry shrews that scamper about the forest there.

Objective 4

Sendiel is in Gelirdor, south-west of the Malbrethil-trees, east of Cerin Amroth.

Orthir instructed you to tell Sendiel of your success.

Sendiel: 'My thanks to you again, <name>.
'If we are to keep this forest lush and healthy despite the depredations of time and darkness, we must work tirelessly at its renewal.'