White Paper Hill
White Paper Hill
White Paper Hill is an area in the north of Timberline Falls. Aggressive owl griffons can be seen actively hunting the other wildlife here. There is also a small norn settlement having problems with the nearby dredge who screw up their hunts.
Locations and objectives
- White Paper Waypoint —
- Points of Interest
- Balddistead —
- Defeat the grawl commander (53)
- Alpine Stalker (52-54)
- Owl Griffon (52)
- Minotaur Bull (53)
- Wooly Siamoth (53)
- Veteran Pinesoul (54)
- At Balddistead
- Hunter: Finally found out what happened to my knife-cleaning cloth. Found it in some sheep droppings this morning.
- Hunter: I wish the skritt wouldn't hang around. They're minor nuisances during the day, but at night, those beady eyes set me on edge.
- Hunter: I think I'll go down to the mines. I'm in the mood to take on a crowd of dredge.
- Hunter: I'm heading south tomorrow. It’s been a while since I hunted grawl.
- Hunter (1): I just met Higilda, the new hunter who lives up the ridge. Did you know her family was killed by dredge? Her mate and two little girls.
- Hunter (2): No! How horrible. I guess that's why she migrated here.
- Hunter (1): I'm going to take her some elk stew in the morning, to welcome her to this side of the mountain.
- Hunter (1): Do you think Higilda has enough firewood? I could share some of mine.
- Hunter (2): There's always so much to do when you first set up stead. I imagine she'd welcome the gift.
- Hunter (1): Did I tell you about the buck I brought down the other day? It charged me after the first arrow.
- Hunter (2): How many did it take to bring it down?
- Hunter (1): Three, and not because my aim was off. It also took three trips to get it all home. The beast was enormous.
- Hunter (1): My cat brought a mouse into our lodge the other day and let it go. The mouse ran under the potato bin.
- Hunter (2): What did you do?
- Hunter (1): I fried it with a lightning bolt and gave kitty a steaming hot meal.
- Hunter (1): I heard there are dredge northeast of here.
- Hunter (1): They're no challenge. They have no pride. It's like hunting cows.
- Hunter (2): What about the grawl?
- Hunter (1): A worthy foe, especially in numbers. Let's go.
- Hunter (1): I could hunt these hills for the rest of my life.
- Hunter (2): Then that is what I wish for you, my friend.
- Hunter (1): The dredge have a long history of persecution. You know, they were once enslaved by the asura?
- Hunter (2): I don't care. It doesn't excuse their murderous deeds.
- Hunter (1): You know a lot about dredge. I need you to help me.
- Hunter (2): So what? You're going to hunt down the entire race because they killed your family?
- Hunter (1): That sounds about right.
- Hunter (2): Okay. I'm in.
- Elder: The dredge don't care that their drills chase away local wildlife.
- Hunter: They're a disruption of the natural order. Someone really should do something about them.
- Hunter: If dredge poke their noses anywhere near this camp, I'm gonna smash 'em back into the ground.
- Elder: I have nothing against the dredge as a people. They simply need to learn to use wisdom when working with the earth.