Quest:The Path of the Mischief-maker

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The Path of the Mischief-maker
Level 58
Type Solo
Starts with Burglar Trainer
Ends with Celofa
Ends at The Shadowed Refuge
End Region Foundations of Stone
Map Ref [12.8S, 100.7W]
Quest Group Burglar
Class Burglar
Quest Chain The Path of the Mischief Maker
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I can see that I have just about run out of tricks to teach you, <name>. You are a great Burglar now, a master of stealth and trickery, and you have just about outriddled me. But as luck would have it, there is one Burglar of whom I know who may have something left to show you.

'Her name is Celofa, and she is rumoured to have sneaked into the shadowed halls of Moria, a fell place with a fell name. I would not go there, not for all the gold in Middle-earth, but she fears no darkness, and her mastery of burglary is beyond compare. She has gone in search of treasure, hoping to pick of any riches that line the pockets of undeserving Orcs and goblins.

'You should speak with her there; she has gone to the Foundations of Stone, and while she generally travels alone, she is always friendly to fellow Burglars. I am sure she will be glad to teach you aught that she knows.'

Background

You have been instructed to find Celofa in the Foundations of Stone in Moria in order to further your prowess as a Burglar.

Objective 1

Celofa is in the Foundations of Stone in Moria.

In order to further your training as a Burglar, you have been sent to find Celofa, a fellow Burglar of great renown.

Celofa: 'Well hello there, friend. How in the world did you find me here? I intended to sneak in undetected, but it seems that rumour has preceeded me, and here I find a companion!
'I do so love riddles, don't you? I can tell that you do, for you have the look of a fellow Burglar. Stand up straight and let me see you clearly! Ah yes, you look agile and have a clever face...I think you know what I mean.
'Come, let us speak some more about riddles, and maybe we can learn something from one another.'