Protect the Durmand Priory scholars as they complete their ritual

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Protect the Durmand Priory scholars as they complete their ritual

Location
Steelbrachen
(Dredgehaunt Cliffs)
Event type
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Dynamic event
Level
40
Followed by
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Kill the veteran dragon shaman to save the Priory team
Interactive map

Interactive map

Protect the Durmand Priory scholars as they complete their ritual is a level 40 dynamic event that occurs in Steelbrachen.

Objectives[edit]

  • Escort the Durmand Priory scholars to the ritual site.
  • Ritual Progress
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Rewards[edit]

Reward tier Experience Karma Coin
Gold 2,279
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198 Karma.png 46 Copper coin
Silver 1,937
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169 Karma.png 39 Copper coin
Bronze 1,709
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149 Karma.png 35 Copper coin
These are the expected rewards for a level 40 player. Higher level players receive dynamically adjusted rewards.

NPCs[edit]

Allies[edit]

Foes[edit]

Dialogue[edit]

When event starts
Kelda: I don't like this wind. There's a smell of something unnatural about it.
Scholar Wyndham: I've read about this phenomenon. Powerful magic is behind this. Dragon magic.
Scholar Pryce: Dragon magic? You attribute everything to Jormag...or the Sons of Svanir.
Scholar Wyndham: Lucky for all of us, I know the ritual to end this.
Scholar Wyndham: If I'm right, we'll have better success if we perform the ritual at a place of power. I know of such a place. Follow me.
Upon leaving the camp
Scholar Wyndham: Watch out! This storm has corrupted the elementals around here!
Upon approaching the ritual site
Scholar Pryce: By the Gods, you're right. This place stinks of Dragon's corruption.
Scholar Wyndham: Now we know what we're up against. Get ready. This storm is the fiercest I've ever seen.
Scholar Wyndham: The time of the ancients has passed. I call upon the west wind to abjure you!
Scholar Wyndham: The wisdom of the ancients is dead. I call upon the east wind to obliterate your shadow.