Quest:The Lady's Protector

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The Lady's Protector
Level 90
Type Solo
Starts with Ordlac
Starts at Mead Hall of Oserley
Start Region Broadacres
Map Ref [45.2S, 67.2W]
Ends with Lúfa
Ends at Ordlac's House
End Region Broadacres
Map Ref [45.8S, 67.0W]
Quest Group Oserley
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Ha! These oafs dare to consider the murder of my wife...and in my own home, no less? Well, we shall just have to make them rue their impudence.

'Speak with Dudsig; he shall give you the key to my home. Go to Lúfa and stay with her. When the villains come to perform their heinous act, you shall dispatch them.

'Nay, do not look at me so! Lúfa is the daughter of Gísling and granddaughter of Gísil, Thane of Garsfeld. My marriage to her sealed the alliance between our houses...how do you think it would look if I were to let her perish at the hands of ruffians? Nay, I doubt not your talents, my friend!'

Background

You found a note upon the corpse of one of the half-orc commanders detailing plans to murder Thane Ordlac's wife in their own home.

Objective 1

  • Talk to Dudsig and obtain the key to Ordlac's house

Dudsig is near the stables in Oserley.

Ordlac has instructed you to obtain the key to his house from Dudsig.

Dudsig: 'Aye, indeed I have the key, and here it is. It is a brilliant plan, I think, that my thane has considered. How best to deal with the situation than to have you confront the villains in his own home, where you may better protect Lady Lúfa?
'Thane Ordlac's home is just up the road leading to the Mead Hall, if you have not already taken note of it.'

Objective 2

  • Talk to Lúfa at Ordlac's house

Ordlac's house is near the Oserley stable, on the road to the Mead Hall.

Dudsig gave you the key to Thane Ordlac's house and bade you fulfil your duty there.

Lúfa: 'Who are you? Ah, my husband sent you. Is he afraid that his trophy might be lost?
'Please...do not mind my words. They are borne of sorrow. I should be glad of some company.'