Quest:The Last Captain

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The Last Captain
Level 99
Type Solo
Starts with Jajax
Starts at Abedec's Watch
Start Region Havens of Belfalas
Map Ref [81.2S, 69.1W]
Ends with Lothíriel
Ends at Great Hall of the Prince
End Region Dol Amroth
Map Ref [74.4S, 72.2W]
Quest Chain Belfalas
Quest Text

Bestowal Dialogue

'He is coming, <name>, he is coming! Do not tarry here any longer. He is coming for my head, and he will take yours too!'

Jajax seems afraid for the first time since you've known the bold and unusual Corsair. You should free him from his bonds at once, and make your escape.

NOTE: This quest will fail on defeat.


Captain Abedec is on a mission to have the heads of Jajax and yourself for your offences to the Corsairs.

Objective 1

  • Try to free Jajax from his bonds
  • Do not let Abedec defeat you

Jajax is in Abedec's Watch, the Corsair encampment in the ruins south of Dol Amroth.

You should free Jajax from his bonds.

NOTE: This quest will fail on defeat.

Chills run down your spine, for the terrible presence of Abedec has appeared behind you
Jajax says, "You fool! You do not deserve to die here, in this way!"
Abedec says, "You've gone soft, Jajax!"
Jajax says, "Ah! I am free!"
You have defeated Abedec, the last of the vengeful Corsair Captains

Objective 2

  • Speak with Jajax

Jajax is in the large tent at Abedec's Watch in southern Belfalas.

You should speak with Jajax.

Jajax: 'We've done it, <name>! The last captain has been defeated, and we are free to do as we will without being hunted.
'I suppose you'll go back to your silly heroic ways, and I'll go back to my mischief, but I will never forget the <class> who bested my men at drinking and avenged them in death.
'Go well, <name>. May the seas take you gently to the shore on which you find your rest.'

Objective 3

Lothíriel is in the Great Hall of the Prince in Dol Amroth.

You should speak with Lothíriel.

Lothíriel: You tell Lothíriel of Jajax and your journey amongst the Corsairs, ending in the defeat of the cruelest captain of all.
'An incredible tale, <name>! It sounds as if you have done much to aid us against the Corsairs of Umbar, though I do not think much of your choice of friends.
'I only hope that your efforts may keep us safe.'