Help Kevach maintain his lodge

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Help Kevach maintain his lodge

Dolyak Pass
(Wayfarer Foothills)
Renown NPC
Lodge Keeper Kevach
You've helped Lodge Keeper Kevach.
Scout (map icon).png Scout
82 Copper coin
165 Karma
571 Experience.png

Interactive map

Retrieve frozen kegs from the ice cave and bring them to Volden. Help Hodir catch frozen kegs, and waken drunken patrons passed out in the snow.

— Heart objective

Help Kevach maintain his lodge is a renown heart in Dolyak Pass, Wayfarer Foothills.


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Wishing You a Safe Journey

As a direct result of recent events, your deeds have become well known around Kevach's lodge. Your help and bravery are truly an inspiration for us all. Safe journey to you.

Lodge Keeper Kevach

You get:
82 Copper coin 165 Karma 571 Experience.png

Complete heart (map icon).png Merchant Unlocked: Lodge Keeper Kevach


  • After Volden runs out of kegs, the keg catch minigame will not start again until he has at least 10 kegs again.
  • To catch a barrel, players must stand in the trajectory of the keg before it actually enters the circle, slightly in front of the landing zone of the flying barrel. Players do not need to jump or attempt to intercept the barrel in the air, they just need to intercept the projectile before lands in the marked area.
    • Regardless of who started the mini-game, any player who has not completed the heart can catch the barrel, but only one player at a time will catch it.
    • Players having a hard time seeing the marker can disable post-processing. That will remove the bloom effect that can make the snow too bright.
When Volden throws a keg, a circular ground marker appears. This kind of marker is used everywhere else to indicate an area where players will receive damage or complete a mechanic if they stand in the area, but this circle does follow this behavior. The keg can only be intercepted while it is flying as a projectile before it lands in the marked area.