Quest:The Blossom of Love?

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The Blossom of Love?
Level 41
Type Solo
Starts with Hal Twayblade
Starts at The Angle of Mitheithel
Start Region The Angle of Mitheithel
Map Ref [38.7S, 18.5W]
Quest Group The Angle
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I can't go back just yet, I'm still searching for another... plant for my lovely Elf-maid! Yes, a rather rare plant at that. Worry not, I've already spotted it! There's just one problem... there seem to be rather a lot of Wargs around the area in which it is growing. Normally I'd just slip in an out, but I'm feeling a bit weak from those mushrooms earlier.

'Since you seem so capable, do you think you could try and retrieve the flower for me? It's delicate and very beautiful, and I saw it growing among the mounds to the south. I know it's asking a lot... but I really need this plant before I head back. What do you say?'


The distracted Hal is once again looking for a different item than the one with which he was tasked.

Objective 1

  • Find the warg-infested mounds of Glynafon where Hal saw the flower

The flower Hal wants grows among the mounds of Glynafon, to the south.

Wargs prowl among the old mounds of Glynafon

Objective 2

  • Defeat wargs around Glynafon (0/6)
  • Collect the rare flower

Wargs can be found prowling around Glynafon. Hal saw the flower he wanted among the old mounds there, but the wargs will make collecting it difficult.

Objective 3

  • Bring the flower to Hal by the road north of Glynafon

Hal is by the road north of Glynafon, waiting to hear of your success collecting the rare flower.

Hal Twayblade: 'You made it back! Does that mean...?'
You show Hal the flower you picked among the old mounds.
'That's it! I'm sure it was dangerous, but it certainly paid off in the end. Now I can give this to my lovely Elf-maid and she is sure to be impressed! Smitten, even!
'Thank you for helping me, not once but twice! Or thrice? It is not every day someone will set aside their own tasks to help with someone else's! Good day to you, good day!'