Online:To Nimalten

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Quick Summary: written by Runs-in-Rivers, checked by MolagBallet

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ON-qico-Zone Story.png Warn the Ragged Hills of impending danger.
Zone: The Rift
Zone StoryThis quest is part of the Zone Story
Faction: Ebonheart Pact
Quest Giver: Centurion Gjakil at Vernim Woods
Location(s): Nimalten
Prerequisite Quest: Through the Shroud
Next Quest: Concealed Weapons
Reward: Very Low Leveled Gold
XP Gain: Very Low Experience
Warn a guard in Nimalten about the Worm Cult
I've put a stop to the threat of the Reachmen, but the threat to the Rift is far from over. The Worm Cult is massing in force, and the settlements west of Nimalten need to be warned.

Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Talk to Hauting in Nimalten.

Detailed Walkthrough[edit]

Talk to Centurion Gjakil in the Pact's camp at Vernim Woods next to Orla. You need to speak to a guardsman in Nimalten. Nimalten is west and slightly south of Vernim Woods. Talk to Hauting at the entrance to Nimalten.

Quest Stages[edit]

To Nimalten
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
Finishes quest☑ Centurion Gjakil has asked I travel to the town of Nimalten, to warn the thane of the Worm Cult plot. I should speak to a guard when I reach town.
Objective: Talk to a Guard in Nimalten
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