Quest:Treasures from the Fields

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Treasures from the Fields
Level 25
Type Solo
Starts with Colbert the Mad
Starts at Mincham's Camp
Start Region North Downs
Map Ref [13.0S, 55.3W]
Ends with Colbert the Mad
Ends at Fields of Fornost
End Region North Downs
Map Ref [10.7S, 52.8W]
Quest Group North Downs
Quest Chain Mincham's Dream
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I went many, many places in the Fields of Fornost. I came from a group of treasure hunters, you know, but they are still within. I went to Amon Amrûn and heard the call of death.

'I sought treasure there, but I could not withstand the presence there. It is far to the east. Will you seek your own death? Mad, mad, mad.'

Background

Many old treasures from before the days of Fornost's downfall still remain in the Fields of Fornost.

Objective 1

Amon Amrûn is in the eastern Fields of Fornost.

Colbert the Mad wants you to investigate Amon Amrûn, for he claimed there was a great deal of treasure there, but he was afraid to claim it.

Dúmorn: 'Who disturbs Amon Amrûn? More thieves to unearth our treasure? Have a taste of death, thief!'

Objective 2

  • Defend yourself against the wrath of Dúmorn
Dúmorn says, "You dare to steal from the ancient dead?"
Dúmorn says, "Thief! A thousand curses upon those who steal from Amon Amrûn...."
Dúmorn is enraged by the notion of thieves rummaging through the ancient tomb of Amon Amrûn

Objective 3

  • Search for signs of looters at Amon Amrûn

Amon Amrûn is in the eastern Fields of Fornost.

The shades of Amon Amrûn seem to be disturbed because their ancient tomb has been robbed.

This entrance has been opened...and you feel as if you are being watched

Objective 4

  • Speak with the person who followed you here

Someone is watching you from a hill just south of Amon Amrûn.

You should confront the person who followed you here.

Colbert the Mad: 'Clever, to have found me out! The Brothers Colbert, Adventurers, that's who we were afore we adventured here. The Brothers Colbert, Grave Robbers, afore we robbed the wrong grave. The Brothers Colbert, making a fine living, before Amon Amrûn.
'Now it is just one Colbert, Colbert the Mad.'
It would seem that Colbert the Mad sent you here as a sort of confession to his crimes of robbing tombs and poking around where he didn't belong.