Quest:The Ledger

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The Ledger
Level 69
Type Solo
Starts with Mabon
Starts at Starkmoor
Start Region Dunland
Map Ref [81.0S, 20.9S]
Ends with Andras
Ends at Avardin
End Region Dunland
Map Ref [83.5S, 20.5W]
Quest Group Dunland: Starkmoor
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I have marked my tad's ledger with what I remember seeing over the last few days. I have also marked where you should be able to find the various things. Please gather them up and take them to him in Avardin.

'We will be leaving here soon, and I will meet you there with him once everything is ready. Thank you for all that you have done for us.'

Background

Mabon has marked up the ledger that you brought with notes about what is important and may still be found around the homestead.

Objective 1

  • Gather the items on the first page of the ledger

The items on the ledger may be found throughout Andras' homestead.

The pages of the ledger detail out valuables within the homestead.

Objective 2

  • Gather the items on the second page of the ledger

The items on the ledger may be found throughout Andras' homestead.

The pages of the ledger detail out valuables within the homestead.

Objective 3

  • Gather the items on the third page of the ledger

The items on the ledger may be found throughout Andras' homestead.

The pages of the ledger detail out valuables within the homestead.

Objective 4

  • Gather the items on the fourth page of the ledger

The items on the ledger may be found throughout Andras' homestead.

The pages of the ledger detail out valuables within the homestead.

Objective 5

  • Gather the items on the fifth page of the ledger

The items on the ledger may be found throughout Andras' homestead.

The pages of the ledger detail out valuables within the homestead.

Objective 6

  • Talk to Andras in Avardin

Andras is at Avardin, south-east of Andras' homestead.

Andras is awaiting you and everything that you have collected from his homestead.

Andras: 'My son told me about everything that happened and how you aided him at the homestead. It seems that some old favours I earned were satisfied while you were there.

'I am very grateful to you for keeping my boy safe and bringing these goods to me.'