Quest:The Speech of Animals
|Starts with||Letter from Langhár|
|Starts at||Adso's Camp|
|Ends with||Clothar Sandheaver|
|Ends at||Adso's Camp|
|As a Beorning you begin outside your father Grimbeorn's Lodge in the Vales of Anduin.
This introduction instance ends with:
which provides you with basic equipment and ends transporting you to the gates of Archet and advancing you to level 5. You are met at the gate by Letty Foxtail who directs you to Jon Brackenbrook with the quest:
This quest completes the unique Beorning introduction, merges you into the Bree-land Epic Prologue and opens up other quests around Archet which allow you to advance as any other class.
|Walkthrough & Notes|
'Are you here to help us? Please tell me you are here to help!'
You assure Clothar that you will do what you can, and ask what plagues him.
'A bear, a great monstrous thing! We try not to get too close to the forest if we can help it, but sometimes there's no other choice and Adso needs us to go under the eaves for some reason or another. Well, yesterday afternoon I was just within the trees when I saw the huge shape of a bear lumbering toward me! It was big, even bigger than you, and the very sight filled me with dread!
'If you think you can do something about this demon in bear-shape, for that it certainly must be, let me know and I will show you where I saw the beast!'
Clothar Sandheaver says the folk at Adso's camp have been terrified by a large bear rampaging through the Old Forest.
Clothar Sandheaver is at Adso's Camp, and wants you to investigate the great bear that frightened him.
Clothar Sandheaver: 'All right, come with me. I will show you where I saw the great beast of a bear. But if we see it again, you need to protect me. Do you agree? Because otherwise I will stay right here, thank you very much.'
Complete the Instance: Instance: The Speech of Animals
Clothar Sandheaver is at Adso's Camp. You have helped him track down the great bear that frightened him, and helped the bear to find comfort as well.
Clothar now knows you are of Beorn's line, and is having a difficult time adjusting to that knowledge.