Quest:The Darkness in Caras Tilion

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The Darkness in Caras Tilion
Level 115
Type Solo
Starts with Oroniel
Starts at Eryn Lasgalen
Start Region Eryn Lasgalen
Map Ref [16.6N, 39.0W]
Ends with Oroniel
Ends at Caras Tilion
End Region Eryn Lasgalen
Map Ref [14.5N, 38.5W]
Quest Group Eryn Lasgalen
Quest Chain A Darkness In Ruin
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'This river has been darkly enchanted for many lives of Men, at times more so and at other times less. But that corruption should now be waning - not growing stronger!

'Upstream from here, these waters course past the old ruins of Caras Tilion. The place once was an Elven-hold, but we have long shunned it. I fear we must dare to tread there now, no matter what old memories or new inhabitants there dwell.'

Background

Oroniel suspects the growing corruption of the river Rhachló may come from the abandoned ruins of Caras Tilion.

Objective 1

You should investigate Caras Tilion, which can be found in the mountains at the southern edge of Eryn Lasgalen.

The ruins lie deep in shadow. Things move among the darkness.

Objective 2

  • Defeat armoured shadows (0/6)
  • Defeat sorcerous spirits (0/8)
  • Explore the northern courtyard
  • Explore the southern overlook
  • Explore the eastern overlook
  • Explore the central courtyard

Caras Tilion can be found in the mountains at the southern edge of Eryn Lasgalen.

You should investigate Caras Tilion and defeat any of the darkness within its crumbled walls.

Defeated armoured shadows (6/6)
Defeated sorcerous spirits (8/8)
Explored the northern courtyard
Explored the southern overlook
Explored the eastern overlook
Explored the central courtyard
You hear Oroniel shout your name from somewhere nearby!

Objective 3

  • Come to Oroniel's aid

You should go quickly to Oroniel, where she called out for aid in Caras Tilion.

Oroniel: 'There you are. I had begun to worry. I have wounded my leg somehow - upon some sorcerous trap, most likely.
'But never mind that, <name>. There is someone here - a man, an elf, a wraith, I know not what. I think he has dwelt here some while!'