Quest:The Journey Through the Floodfells

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The Journey Through the Floodfells
Level 130
Type Solo
Starts with Léothred
Starts at Limlók
Start Region Wells of Langflood
Map Ref [20.7N, 55.9W]
Ends with Léothred
Ends at White Mare
End Region Wells of Langflood
Map Ref [22.2N, 56.1W]
Quest Chain Wells of Langflood: The Floodfells
Quest Text

Bestowal dialogue

'I have been reading what I have written down thus far, <name>. Our expedition to Avabárg has shed new light on the past of my people. The Ai-thúda's urgency to find a better home is quite interesting. I myself have never dreamt of any home but Rohan.

'Now where shall the past take us in the Floodfells? As we know, Frumgar was weary of life in the Vales and so he led the Ai-thúda north, bloodying their spears on Orc and Warg as they rode. Perhaps we could offer assistance to the Beornings in the Floodfells by defeating some of the enemies that threaten them? It would also allow us to better understand the hardships endured by the Ai-thúda as they travelled north.

'When the path is clear and safe, let us convene at the White Mare. It is all that remains of the Ai-thúda's short stay in the Floodfells.'


Léothred, the Rohirric scholar, seeks to follow the northern migration of his ancestors as they passed through the Floodfells.

Objective 1

Léothred has asked you to defeat Orcs and Wargs in the Floodfells.

You should defeat Orcs and Wargs in the Floodfells.

Objective 2

The White Mare can be found in the Floodfells.

You should visit the White Mare.

The shape of the White Mare is unmistakable, a wonder of the craft

Objective 3

Léothred can be found at the White Mare.

You should talk to Léothred.

Léothred : 'The White Mare! We could see it in the distance at Limlók, but now that we stand upon it, I am in awe! Behold the white stones, for they depict the shape of the horses the Ai-thúda cherished.
'What prompted this, I wonder? Could it be a symbol of strength, or a mark of territory? Did it raise the Ai-thúda's spirits and frighten their enemies? I will continue to study the White Mare a little while longer.'