Quest:Whitshaws: Yst-arning

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Whitshaws: Yst-arning
Level 85
Type Solo
Repeatable Yes
Starts with Gyric
Starts at Forlaw
Start Region Forlaw
Map Ref [39.5S, 60.8W]
Quest Group Survivors of Wildermore Reputation
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'In the wake of Núrzum's rampage, my folk need the aid of skilled defenders to prevent such a tragedy from occurring again. I have devised trials to prove the worthiness of those who would come to our aid.

'As you have no doubt learned, my people pride themselves on their horsemanship and mounted combat skills. If you truly wish to aid us further, prove your skills by racing your war-steed through a course of storm-plagued pools in the Whitshaws. I call it the Yst-arning, the Storm-race.

'Your skills will be judged worthy -- or unworthy -- by the amount of time that it takes you to finish the course. Speak with me when you are ready to leave for the Whitshaws.'

Background

In the wake of Núrzum's rampage, the folk of Wildermore seek the aid of skilled defenders.

Objective 1

  • Talk to Gyric to travel to the Whitshaws and speak with Rilbert
  • Completing Wildermore's Recovery will cancel this quest.

Gyric is waiting for your decision in Forlaw.

You should speak with Gyric when you are ready to travel to the Whitshaws and talk to Rilbert to begin your trial.

Gyric: 'You should speak with Rilbert when you arrive in the Whitshaws.'

Objective 2

'So, Gyric sent you to be tested? Very well. You will have one minute to reach each gate. Be wary of the storms, for they can blow you aside.

'The Yst-arning will take you through several pairs of gates. The blue gates mark your way to the far side of the course, while the red gates indicate your path back. Do not miss any or you will risk failing your trial.

'Good luck to you . . . I will begin counting your time immediately.'

  • Ride through the first blue gate
1m
  • Completing Wildermore's Recovery will cancel this quest.

Ride through the first blue gate.

Objective 3

  • Ride through the second blue gate
1m

Ride through the second blue gate.

Objective 4

  • Ride through the third blue gate
1m

Ride through the third blue gate.

Objective 5

  • Ride through the fourth blue gate
1m

Ride through the fourth blue gate.

Objective 6

  • Ride through the fifth blue gate
1m

Ride through the fifth blue gate.

Objective 7

  • Ride through the sixth blue gate
1m

Ride through the sixth blue gate.

Objective 8

  • Ride through the seventh blue gate
1m

Ride through the seventh blue gate.

Objective 9

  • Ride through the eighth blue gate
1m

Ride through the eighth blue gate.

Objective 10

  • Ride through the ninth blue gate
1m

Ride through the ninth blue gate.

Objective 11

  • Ride through the first red gate
1m

Ride through the first red gate.

Objective 12

  • Ride through the second red gate
1m

Ride through the second red gate.

Objective 13

  • Ride through the third red gate
1m

Ride through the third red gate.

Objective 14

  • Ride through the fourth red gate
1m

Ride through the fourth red gate.

Objective 15

  • Ride through the fifth red gate
1m

Ride through the fifth red gate.

Objective 16

  • Ride through the sixth red gate
1m

Ride through the sixth red gate.

Objective 17

  • Ride through the seventh red gate
1m

Ride through the seventh red gate.

Objective 18

  • Ride through the eighth red gate
1m

Ride through the eighth red gate.

Objective 19

  • Ride through the ninth red gate
1m

Ride through the ninth red gate.

Objective 20

  • Ride through the tenth red gate
1m

Ride through the tenth red gate.

Objective 21

  • Ride through the eleventh red gate
1m

Ride through the eleventh red gate.

Objective 22

  • Ride through the twelfth red gate
1m

Ride through the twelfth red gate.

Objective 23

  • Talk to Gyric or Rilbert
  • Completing Wildermore's Recovery will cancel this quest.

Rilbert is at the south end of the ice pools in the Whitshaws. Gyric is in Forlaw.

You should speak with Rilbert or Gyric regarding your performance in the race.

Rilbert: 'Well done, <name>. I will speak to Gyric on your behalf. You should return to him now.'
or
Gyric: 'It means much that Rilbert has endorsed your skills. I look forward to witnessing your talents myself!'