Quest:Unfortunate Harvest

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Unfortunate Harvest
Level 21
Type Solo
Starts with Bob Redthistle
Starts at The Dead Man's Perch
Start Region Northern Barrow-downs
Map Ref [32.1S, 53.9W]
Quest Group Bree-land
Quest Chain Stopping the Spread of Death
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Long have I lived within the bounds of Bree-land, and my family has long exchanged tales of the people that lived in these lands. We spoke of their relationship with the Old Forest and how it was by their hand that the Forest began its slide to ruin.

'It is for these reasons that I find sorrow in these lands and not fear. Deep to the south, where the eaves of the wood are too strong to penetrate, you will find moving trees who have long been separated from their brethren.

'These once-noble trees are ruined and rotted from within, and I must ask you destroy them, It is for the good of all that we end them before they become something even more vile than they already are.'

Background

Corrupted trees in the southern Barrow-downs, broken free of the bounds of the Old Forest, have fallen to corruption.

Objective 1

  • Defeat corrupted trees in the southern Barrow-downs (0/8)

Corrupted trees may be found deep within the southern Barrow-downs, at the eaves of the Old Forest.

Bob Redthistle asked you to deal with the threat of the corrupted trees found in the southern Barrow-downs, where the barrows meet the Old Forest.

Bob Redthistle: 'Corruption eats away at the roots of the once noble things that watched the Old Forest. It pains me to know that they must meet an end. I cannot abide them to fester...they must be destroyed. Head tothe south and see that they are destroyed.'

Objective 2

Bob Redthistle can be found encamped at the Dead Man's Perch.

Bob Redthistle awaits your return and information on the trees he sent you to destroy in the southern Barrow-downs.

Bob Redthistle: 'There is no joy in the destruction of things natural. However, when the natural order is corrupted, it becomes a necessity to stop the corruption from spreading.
'Thank you for all that you have done.'