Stock

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Settlements-icon.png Stock
Region: The Shire
Area: The Marish
Location: [32.1S, 63.8W]
Stock.jpg


Stock is a settlement located within the area of the Marish, in the Shire. [32.1S, 63.8W]

Being the last hobbit village before the Brandywine Bridge, or being the first resting place when arriving to the Shire, Stock is a busy conjunction. The old Great East Road bends itself around the famous Golden Perch Inn, which also is where the Stock Road ends, or start, whichever is your destination.

Interiors

Services

Stock Stables
The Golden Perch

Travelling

Destination Region Cost Prereqs
Bree-land
Buckland (Swift) Bree-land 5 Silver  Min. Level: 35
Buckland Bree-land 1 Silver 
Ered Luin
Duillond (Swift) Ered Luin 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
Evendim
Oatbarton (Swift) Evendim 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
The Shire
Brockenborings (Swift) The Shire 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
Brockenborings The Shire 1 Silver 
Bullroarer's Way (Swift) The Shire 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
Foxden Road (Swift) The Shire 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
Gamwich (Swift) The Shire 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
Hobbiton (Swift) The Shire 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
Hobbiton The Shire 1 Silver 
Long Cleeve (Swift) The Shire 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
Michel Delving (Swift) The Shire 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
Needlehole (Swift) The Shire 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
Nobottle (Swift) The Shire 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20
Tighfield (Swift) The Shire 5 Silver  Min. Level: 20

Quests

See also the Golden Perch for quests
Starting:

Involving:

NPCs

Se also the Golden Perch for its NPCs

NPC Function Coords
HobbitM.png Gundo Bracegirdle Stable-master [32.1S, 64.1W]
HobbitM.png Postman Smallburrow Postman - Quest [31.54S, 63.4W]
HobbitM.png Mat Harfoot Quest [32.0S, 63.8W]
HobbitF.png Primrose Proudfoot Quest [32.1S, 63.8W]
Hobbit.png Bounder
HobbitM.png Drunkard
Hobbit.png Hobbit Home-owner
Hobbit.png Hungry Hobbit
Hobbit.png Minstrel
Hobbit.png Nosey Hobbit
Hobbit.png Townsperson

Mob

Lore

Stock is founded no earlier than III 1601 (year 1 by the Shire-reckoning) and survived into the Fourth Age. It is particularly associated with the Puddifoot family. The name probably means "outlying village". — lorebook


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