Quest:Time with the Dying

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Time with the Dying
Level 105
Type Solo
Repeatable yes
Starts with Aragorn
Starts at The High Hall
Start Region Minas Tirith (After Battle)
Map Ref [66.1S, 19.0W]
Ends with Aragorn
Ends at The High Hall
End Region Minas Tirith (After Battle)
Map Ref [66.1S, 19.0W]
Quest Group Minas Tirith (After Battle)
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Many of the wounded here are beyond the reach of treatment and will not see the dawn. Some will not even see the coming hour. I am struck by inexpressible sorrow, <name>, when I reflect how they will depart quietly with no one by their side, unless perhaps the harried healers as they make their rounds. The healers and I must expend our every precious moments with the living. But you...

'If you are as moved as I am by this thought, <name>, perhaps you will go and spend some moments with the dying? My heart tells me that someone must.'

Background

Galathir is giving patients Draught of Everworth, which Aragorn believes may be harmful.

Objective 1

  • Stay by the sides of the dying (0/6)

The wounded and dying can be found in the High Hall, House of Remedies, and House of Rest, on the Sixth Circle of Minas Tirith.

Find those wounded who do not have long in this world and stay with them while they are here.

Gondorian says, "It is cold here, is it not? I feel so cold..."
Gondorian says, "Is someone there? Be you friend or foe? I cannot see, it all grows dim."
Rohirrim says, "Is that you, my dearest? Is it... oh..."
Gondorian says, "Please, stay just a minute. A minute till I sleep."
Rohirrim says, " The pain... oh, the pain! Can you do nothing to ease it?"
Rohirrim says, "Tell my daughter... tell her... I - oh!"
Gondorian says, "Oh..."
Rohirrim says, "Will you take my hand? I thought - I thought I was all alone."

Objective 2

Return to Aragorn in the High Hall of the Houses of Healing and tell him you have stayed with a number of dying men through their final moments.

Aragorn: 'Thank you, friend. I know all too well what a heavy task it is that you have performed. But I feel sure it was an immeasurable good and a great mercy, and shall not go forgotten.'