Quest:Wailing in the Haunted Burrow

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Wailing in the Haunted Burrow
Level ...
Type Solo
Repeatable Daily
Starts with Polo Puddifoot
Starts at The Party Tree
Start Region The Shire
Map Ref [29.6S, 71.5W]
Quest Group Harvest Festival
Quest Chain The Haunted Burrow
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Oh my goodness, how I hate being a-frightened away from my business! I was in the Haunted Burrow looking for treasure, you see, and I saw a candle on the floor to help me see.

'I went to pick it up, and suddenly a ghost chased me away! Yes, a real ghost, hiding in the shadows. Don't look at me like that; I tell you it was real, and it was!

'If you don't believe me, go see for yourself! But you'd be wise to steer clear of the wing of the cellar where the spooks have got to, if you ask me.'

NOTE: Only one Haunted Burrow quest may be underway at a time.

Background

Polo Puddifoot heard some very strange sounds when he was wandering through the Creeping Wing of the Haunted Burrow.

NOTE: This quest will be removed from your quest log when the event it is associated with ends.

Objective 1

  • Find the source of the wailing in the Creeping Wing

An unearthly wailing sound can be heard in the Creeping Wing of the Haunted Burrow.

You should seek out the source of the wailing and drive it off so that Polo can continue his search for treasure without troublesome interruptions.

Hobbit: 'Brr, I'm a terrifying ghost! Run for your life!'
Oh no! Something is coming!
Hobbit says, "Woo, woooooo! Be frightened...."
Hobbit says, "Waah! Don't hurt me! I'm only a hobbit!
It was only a hobbit playing a silly prank

Objective 2

Polo Puddifoot awaits you outside The Party Tree.

You should return to Polo Puddifoot and tell him of this "ghost" you encountered.

Polo Puddifoot: 'Did you run away when you saw the ghost as well?
'Do you mean to tell me that was a hobbit and not a ghost? What a terrible trick! I stubbed my toe when I ran away, and it was my big toe at that!
'It still smarts....'