The Five Sisters

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Search for tribute baskets to the five River-maidens of Lebennin.

To complete this deed perform the following objective(s)

Find a Tribute basket to Roamingstar of the River Gilrain.
You have discovered a tribute basket to Roamingstar of the River Gilrain. Roamingstar is considered gentle, dreamy, and prone to deep affections.
Find a Tribute basket to Grey-eye of the River Serni.
You have discovered a tribute basket to Grey-eye of the River Serni. Grey-eye is considered hard and unsentimental, both Roamingstar's opposite and complement.
Find a Tribute basket to Silverfroth of the River Celos.
You have discovered a tribute basket to Silverfroth of the River Celos. Silverfroth is considered flighty and filled with jokes, tricks, and laughter.
Find a Tribute basket to Truetongue of the River Sirith.
You have discovered a tribute basket to Truetongue of the River Sirith. Truetongue is considered honest, forthright, and serious.
Find a Tribute basket to the Lone Lady of the River Erui.
You have discovered a tribute basket to the Lone Lady of the River Erui. the Lone Lady is considered distant, brooding, and silent. She is prone to dark thoughts since the bloodying of her waters during the Kin-strife.

Rewards

  LOTRO Point-icon.png 10 LOTRO Points
  5East Gondor Silver Piece-icon.png East Gondor Silver Piece
  Reputation-title-icon.png <name>, Friend of the Five Sisters
  Virtue Experience-icon.png 2000 Virtue Experience
  Reputation-icon.png Increased Reputation with Pelargir ( 1,200 )

Additional Information

As you encounter any of the 5 Tribute baskets, a dialog box will pop-up implying a quest is involved. This is simply a game mechanic to display the information about each Tribute basket. There is only the deed which completes when the last basket is found.

The River Gilrain is the river flowing south into Linhir in Lower Lebennin, Central Gondor.
You have discovered a tribute basket to Roamingstar of the River Gilrain
You find a handwritten note that reads:
Roamingstar of sweet-song,
Hushed winds and speckled birds.
What is it you long?
Hiding in a dreaming hall,
Mountains hift with deep affection.
Gentle Gilrain hear my call.
The River Serni flows south from the mountains to the east of Ost Anglebed where it turns to the west, south of that settlement and continues on to Linhir in Lower Lebennin, Central Gondor.
You have discovered a tribute basket to Grey-eye of the River Serni
You find a handwritten note that reads:
Oh Grey-eye, your work is never done,
For the Serni flows for moon and sun.
Oh Grey-eye, does your work bring you joy?
For in the summer waters play little girls and little boys.
The River Celos is the river marking the eastern border of Central Gondor flowing south into Pelargir in Central Gondor and Eastern Gondor.
You have discovered a tribute basket to Silverfroth of the River Celos
You find a handwritten note that reads:
Have you seen Silverfroth, leaping stone to stone?
Yes I've seen Silverfroth, smiling from the water's edge.
Have you heard Silverfroth, whispering in the breeze?
Yes I've heard Silverfroth, laughing behind waterfalls.
Do you know Silverfroth, playing tricks of you?
Yes I know Silverfroth, for she is me and you!


The River Sirith is the river flowing south from Tumladen, joining with the Celos just north of Pelargir enroute to the Anduin.
You have discovered a tribute basket to Truetongue of the River Sirith
You find a handwritten note that reads:
Truetongue, protect our city. Pelargir is an honest port, The Sirith's path is winding as are the choices we all all make. Have we done you any wrong to deserve this invasion of Corsairs? Can you see what the future holds? Help us to reclaim this land's beauty, truest of the River-maidens. This offering before you isn't much, I know. It is all we can spare in this time of need. Please help us to hold on and we will let the Sirith guide us.


The River Erui is the river flowing south from Imloth Melui past Arnach in Lossarnach.
You have discovered a tribute basket to The Lone Lady of the River Erui
You find a handwritten note that reads:
""They say when cock does not crow and a fell wind from the East blows you will awake to save us! I wish this to be true more than ever! I am afraid for what will happen to our fair Minas Tirith if you do not spare it from growing darkness. I know you brood there silently, hidden and waiting to act. I urge you to act now. We're in dire need, oh Lone Lady of the Erui. Help us, most powerful of the five sisters. May you accept this most humble offering.

See also