Quest:Wargs of Annúndir

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Wargs of Annúndir
Level 23
Type Solo
Starts with William Peake
Starts at Amon Raith
Start Region The North Downs
Map Ref [12.5S, 52.8W]
Quest Group North Downs
Quest Text

Quest REMOVED

Note, this quest was removed in Update 13.

Bestowal dialogue

'That Ranger insists that we stay here until the danger has passed. Until it has passed! We don't even know what brought the Wargs to Annúndir in the first place...who's to say they will leave?

'I've a thought though, friend. North of my farm there's a cliff called Amlaith's Scar. North of that there are some burial mounds. Now it's said something evil was buried in the greatest of the mounds there; the mound they call Haudh Eglan. I'll wager if something stirred up those Wargs, it's there. Climb to the top of the mound and look for anything strange.

'It could be that you'll discover why the Wargs have come, and if not...well, I'm sure you'll give them ample reason to leave, won't you? Before you depart, be certain to speak with my wife and Nathan Hodges. They wish to employ your aid as well.'

Background

William Peake has grown restless of hiding at Amon Raith, while the Wargs have free reign of his farm, and wants to learn what has brought the creatures to the region.

Objective 1

Haudh Eglan lies north of a cliff called "Amlaith's Scar," which likewise lies north of William Peake's farm.

William Peake asked you to search for signs of why the Wargs have come to Annúndir. He thinks that there is something in the greatest of those mounds, called Haudh Eglan, that is stirring the Wargs up.

The burial mound looks recently disturbed, as if wild creatures, most likely the Wargs, dug something up from the mound and dragged it away to the north and west.

Objective 2

William Peake is at Amon Raith, south and west of Haudh Eglan and Amlaith's Scar.

William Peake is waiting to hear what you discovered among the Wargs that drove him from his land.

William: 'You found evidence of digging among the Wargs at that large mound? Thet's very strange. I wonder if they found what they were looking for?
'Were they searching for the bones of some dead warrior? I have no idea, but I confess that the idea has given me the chills.
'Amarion looks displeased about something. More displeased than usual, I should say. I wonder what he's seen?'