Quest:Wounds of the Father

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Wounds of the Father
Level 100
Type Solo
Starts with Faltharan
Starts at Tumladen
Start Region Upper Lebennin
Map Ref [77.1S, 29.7W]
Quest Chain Tumladen
Quest Text

Bestowal Dialogue

'My father's health is of great concern to me, <name>.

'Although he has been in good spirits since we freed him from his captors, his flesh has grown pale and his breaths are growing more laboured by the hour.

'I have yet to find a healer within Tumladen, though I am certain one must be here. However, I learned of interesting things from the Rangers of the North before they left Pelargir. They spoke of kingsfoil as an herb of great restorative use and gave it the name of athelas... can you imagine such things? Kingsfoil is naught but a weed!

'Yet, I cannot leave any stone unturned. If you would seek out kingsfoil outside Tumladen and return it to me, I would be grateful. Also, if you happen upon any food within Tumladen, even a mere loaf of bread, it would greatly aid my father's recovery.'

Background

Desperate to heal his father from his wounds at the hands of the Haradrim, Faltharan turns to the healing properties of food and lesser-known remedies.

Objective 1

  • Collect kingsfoil outside Tumladen (0/8)
  • Collect a loaf of bread

Kingsfoil can be found along the roads and on the fields outside Tumladen. A loaf of bread can be found within Tumladen.

Faltharan has asked for your aid in obtaining food and healing herbs for his father.

Collected kingsfoil outside Tumladen (8/8)
Collected a loaf of bread

Objective 2

  • Deliver the kingsfoil and bread to Faltharan

Faltharan and Lord Sirgon can be found in Tumladen in northern Upper Lebennin.

You have gathered a loaf of bread and a great deal of kingsfoil and should now return to Faltharan.

Faltharan: 'Thank you, my friend. Although I am certain it was a simple task, you can understand my hesitation to leave my father's side with him in such health.
'My father still needs the aid of a healer, but I have hope that these will hasten his recovery.'