Quest:The Hermit

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The Hermit
Level 64
Type Solo
Starts with Mincham
Starts at Lich Bluffs
Start Region Enedwaith
Map Ref [70.6S, 15.5W]
Ends with Lhudd
Ends at Hall of Sanctuary
End Region Enedwaith
Map Ref [72.1S, 16.1W]
Quest Group Enedwaith
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'The hermit who inhabits a small grove near here has been searching for relics from older days, and this fragment you brought me appears to resemble some of those things he seeks.

'You should seek out the shades that have been haunting this place. My hope is that you might be able to find the missing half of the amulet among them.

'Please take this fragment and seek the other half. If you can complete the amulet, bring it to the hermit Lhudd at the Hall of Sanctuary, south-west of here. He may be able to unravel this mystery.'


Mincham is interested in finding the remaining fragments of the amulet you brought him, in hopes that a local hermit might be able to decipher the mystery it represents.

Objective 1

The second half of the broken amulet may be found on shades throughout the Lich Bluffs.

When you locate the other half of the broken amulet, seek out and locate the hermit Lhudd in a small grove of trees to the west of the road called the Hall of Sanctuary.

Mincham: 'Seek the second fragment of the amulet, <name>. I am confident that you are should shed some light upon the mystery of the Oathbreakers.'
Collected the second half of the broken amulet

Objective 2

Lhudd the hermit dwells at the Hall of Sanctuary, west of the main road and south-west of Mincham's camp.

Mincham told you to bring both halves of the amulet to Lhudd the hermit.

Mincham: 'If you have found the remaining fragment of the amulet, bring it to Lhudd at the Hall of Sanctuary.'
Lhudd: 'Ah, I see your Ranger friend has sent you.
'I hope that the two pieces of this amulet when mended become the object that I have long sought. My belief is that this amulet may be the key to an ancient rheg -- a curse -- that has held the land and causes Men to wander as shades across the Lich bluffs.
'Thank you for delivering these to me, as I truly hope it may allow these spirits to be released from their suffering.'