Quest:Chapter 1: Separate Ways (Saeradan)

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Chapter 1: Separate Ways
Level 75
Type Solo
Starts with Saeradan
Starts at Rohirrim Scout-camp
Start Region Dunland
Map Ref [81.0S, 10.6W]
Ends with Corunir
Ends at Gravenwood
End Region Dunland
Map Ref [80.7S, 10.9W]
Quest Group Vol. III. Book 5
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'Ah, you do not need me to tell you these things. You have seen within the Ring of Isengard and escaped to tell the tale! You will be of great help to Prince Théodred, I do not doubt it.

'I saw Corunir down the path to the north-west not long ago. You should find him and bid him farewell.'


Your path now diverges from that of the Grey Company, and Halbarad wants you to make your farewells before you take your leave.

Objective 1

Corunir was last seen down the path north-west of the camp in the Gravenwood, by a large boulder.

You have spoken with Saeradan, and he told you to find Corunir and say goodbye.

Saeradan: 'Corunir will want to say goodbye. I last saw him walking down the path from the camp, north-west of here.'
Halbarad: Halbarad nods at you, but keeps his peace.
Calenglad: Calenglad nods at you, but keeps his peace.
Golodir: Golodir nods at you, but keeps his peace.
Radanir: Radanir nods at you, but keeps his peace.
Prestadír: Prestadír nods at you, but keeps his peace.
Corunir: 'You are leaving us now? How can this be Halbarad's decision?'
Corunir stares at his feet for a short moment before he meets your gaze again.
'I suppose the Prince of Rohan has need of you. I cannot blame Halbarad for wanting you to help hold the fords of the Isen. I think your tale of the army Saruman is preparing within Isengard shook him deeply, and if that crossing is lost then the kingdom of Rohan will surely follow.
'We have been through a great deal, <name>, have we not? It seemed we would stay within the musty library of Zudrugund with Nár and Frithgeir for the rest of our days, did it not? Even thinking now of climbing up to Nár's Peak makes my legs ache. I want you to have these spare boots of mine, in memory of our time spent in that high place.'