Quest:Treasures of the Master

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Treasures of the Master
Level 81
Type Solo
Starts with Máthild
Starts at The Entwash Vale
Start Region Entwash Vale
Map Ref [42.2S, 66.6W]
Ends with Thane Béortnoth, son of Wulfrad
Ends at The Entwash Vale
End Region Entwash Vale
Map Ref [42.2S, 66.7W]
Quest Group Entwash Vale
Quest Chain Thornhope
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Thane Wulfrad was a good man and a good master. His son, likewise, has a good heart and wishes nothing but peace for his people...what remain of them.

'However, his heart is burdened by his own losses. Perhaps you will help ease his pain by finding any valuables that may yet remain in the ruins and bringing them here?

'You have been kind to us already, but this last kindness would be a great service to the new Thane.'


You rescued Máthild, a servant from the House of Thornhope in service to Thane Wulfrad. The wily girl avoided capture and fought at your side while you brought her to safety.

Objective 1

Valuables once belonging to Thane Wulfrad, Béortnoth's father, might still remain in the ruins of the Mead Hall of Thornhope.

Máthild asked you to find valuables once belonging to Thane Wulfrad so that she might present them to the new Thane, Béortnoth.

Collected Wulfrad's coffer
Collected Wulfrad's seal
Collected Wulfrad's ring

Objective 2

  • Talk to Máthild outside Thornhope

Máthild is encamped outside the walls of Thornhope.

You should bring the items you found to Máthild.

Máthild: 'It is a wonder these things remain, <name>! This seal, especially, is a great token of the House of Thornhope.
'You should present these to the Thane at once. Thank you!'

Objective 3

  • Bring the items you found to Béortnoth outside of Thornhope

Thane Béortnoth is encamped outside the walls of Thornhope.

Máthild asked you to bring the items you collected to Thane Béortnoth.

Thane Béortnoth, son of Wulfrad: Béortnoth's gaze seems distant and unfocused. After a moment, his eyes focus, and he sees your gift.
'You say Máthild asked you to bring these to me? She was always a good girl, sweet of disposition. I will treasure these as the last heirlooms of the House of Thornhope.'