Quest:The Sangemêkh

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The Sangemêkh
Level 115
Type Solo
Starts with Komúsi
Starts at the Dale-lands
Start Region Eryn Lasgalen
Map Ref [26.5N, 23.3W]
Ends with Turáh
Ends at the Dale-lands
End Region Eryn Lasgalen
Map Ref [26.5N, 23.3W]
Quest Group The Dale-lands
Quest Chain Refugees in Dale
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Terrible news, Enkárvo! Several people from my camp went down to the river, Sangemêkh Turáh among them. There, Jangovar scouts surprised them and took them hostage.

'Do they think we have wealth? Whatever did they hope to gain?

'Oh, <name>. We are able enough to defend ourselves and our own. But we are common folk, and the Jangovar are hardened soldiers. We dare not move against them, not if all of us marched against them.

'But you might. We have heard of your deeds. Would you rescue our Sangemêkh and people from the Jangovar?'


The Sangemêkh Turáh and several other Chayasír were taken hostage by the Jangovar.

Objective 1

Find and rescue Sangemêkh Turáh from the Jangovar camp, on the eastern side of the Long Lake.

Freeing ...
Sangemêkh Turáh rescued

Objective 2

You should talk to Turáh in the Jangovar camp, on the eastern side of the Long Lake.

Turáh: 'I thank you, stranger. But I am not the only one taken by the Jangovar. Will you find my people and free them, also?
'I will make my way out. Do not fear for me. I think the trouble you are raising in their camp will serve as plenty distraction. I am not helpless or unarmed, thank the earth, and one or two posted guards shall not hinder me, I assure you.'

Objective 3

  • Free the other Chayasír captives (0/4)

Find and free the other Chayasír captives in the Jangovar camp, on the eastern side of the Long Lake.

Turáh: 'Free the other Chayasir taken by the Jangovar. Do not worry over me. I will meet you back at our campsite.'
Freeing ...
Freed a Chayasír captive (4/4)

Objective 4

You have freed Turáh and the other Chayasír and should meet them back at the refugee camps, in the hills east of Dale.

Turáh: 'There he/she is - our daring rescuer. How I wish I could sing this memory into the weave... but alas! I cannot.
'You look puzzled, <name>, and I realize there is much I should explain to you.'