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Push farther inland with Inspector Kiel

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Push farther inland with Inspector Kiel

Push farther inland with Inspector Kiel is a level 80 dynamic event that starts in Dappled Shores and ends in Driftglass Springs.


  • Inspector Ellen Kiel
  • Event bar.jpg Event shield (tango icon).png
  • Revive Inspector Ellen Kiel
  • Protect the workers while they complete the unfinished bridge.
  • Bridge Completion
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Reward tier Experience Karma Coin
Gold 26,670 Experience.png 378 Karma.png 88 Copper coin
Silver 20,003 Experience.png 284 Karma.png 66 Copper coin
Bronze 13,335 Experience.png 189 Karma.png 44 Copper coin
These are the expected rewards for a level 80 player.


You must escort Ellen and her caravan on her way through the Dappled Shores to establish Camp Karka. You will fight Young Karka along the way. About two or three Veteran Karka will spawn, which you must defeat. You will eventually reach a large gap. Workers will start building a bridge and you must defend them from the Young Karka and Veteran Karka. You will make your way through Driftglass Springs, fighting some Reef Riders, Young Karka, and Veteran Karka.





Event start
Advisor Okk: Our intelligence shows that the lost expedition most likely set up camp to the south. I need to inspect that site.
Inspector Ellen Kiel: We're here for the karka, sir, not camps. You can inspect all you like after the threat has been neutralized.
Advisor Okk: You have your priorities, Inspector, and I have mine. I'm visiting that camp. Good luck with your mission.
Deputy Foedaunt: Same to you, idiot. Good luck being eaten alive. That'll really protect your precious investment.
Inspector Ellen Kiel: Let him go, Deputy. If he wants to explore without Lionguard protection, that's his business. We've got work to do. Team! Move out!
After reaching canyon
Inspector Ellen Kiel: We won't be stopped here.
While defending the workers building the bridge
Inspector Ellen Kiel: We're making progress. Don't let up!