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Vol. I, Book 14, Chapter 15: The Doom of the North

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Elrond (NPC)


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Quest Description:

With your defeats in Bree-land and Forochel, little remains now but to throw yourself at Amarthiel's forces in a vain attempt to put an end to her plans.


Objective 1
Mirobel can be reached by travelling far to the south, into the land of Eregion.

Elrond instructed you to journey to Mirobel and do whatever you can to stop Amarthiel.

This quest is meant for a fellowship. If you choose to undertake this quest solo you will receive an inspiration bonus, but the challenge will be great.
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Objective 2
The watch-captain Glorenthol is at Delossad in Tâl Bruinen.

You failed to stop Amarthiel, but she was at last defeated at the surprise return of Mordirith. Narchuil has fallen into the hands of the False King, but Amarthiel is now the prisoner of the Free Peoples. You should speak with the watch-captain Glorenthol.
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Objective 3
Elrond is in his library at the Last Homely House in Rivendell.

The watch-captain has directed you to speak with Elrond regarding your mission to Mirobel.
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