Quest:The Shadow of Narchraw

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The Shadow of Narchraw
Level 108
Type Solo
Starts with Lômazar
Starts at Ruins of Dingarth
Start Region Dor Amarth
Map Ref [48.1S, 8.6E]
Quest Chain Mordor: Dor Amarth
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'If you seek allies of Dulgabêth, look first to an enemy of Sauron. Many years ago, a beast by the name of Narchraw crossed Sauron. He was locked away in the dungeons of Barad-dûr for his crimes. The dungeons can still be found within the ruins of the citadel.

'There are troubling rumours that Dulgabêth has spoken with Narchraw. Find the beast and kill it at once. If the tales are true, there are few as dangerous as Narchaw in the lands of Mordor.'

Background

Lômazar tells you of the ancient beast, Narchraw, that Dulgabêth wishes to treat with.

Objective 1

  • Enter Barad-dûr

Barad-dûr is located in eastern Dor Amarth.

You should enter Barad-dûr.

You notice large scratch marks on a nearby wall

Objective 2

  • Follow the trail of scratch marks

Narchraw was said to be imprisoned in the jails of Barad-dûr.

You should follow the trail of scratch marks.

SCRATCH MARK "Scratch marks caused by some large creature."
While the marks show that the beast already escaped, you should continue to press ahead.
You come across a very old chamber

Objective 3

  • Examine the rubble
  • Examine the tattered cloth
  • Examine the food scraps

The chamber is scattered with debris.

You should inspect the various pieces of debris in the chamber.

TATTERED CLOTH "A pile of tattered cloth."
It looks as if the cloth has been ripped apart by large claws
RUBBLE "An old pile of rubble."
It looks as if there was a violent scuffle here
FOOD SCRAPS "A rotting pile of old food."
While the food is mouldy, the beast must have escaped during a feeding

Objective 4

  • Completed

Examined the chamber.

While you do not notice anything out of the ordinary, the beast known as Narchaw must be very powerful.
You decide to think about your next course of action.