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ON-qico-Zone Story.png Warn Davon's Watch about the Covenant attack.
Zone: Stonefalls
Zone StoryThis quest is part of the Zone Story
Faction: Ebonheart Pact
Quest Giver: Centurion Mobareed, Darj the Hunter
Location(s): Davon's Watch
Prerequisite Quest: Breaking the Tide or Zeren in Peril
Next Quest: Legacy of the Ancestors
Reward: Low Leveled Gold
XP Gain: Low Experience
Meet up with Holgunn in Davon's Watch
I should head to Davon's Watch, so I can ensure the troops have been warned about the Covenant.

Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Speak to Darj the Hunter at Fort Zeren or Centurion Mobareed at the Bal Foyen Dockyards.
  2. Report to Holgunn in Davon's Watch.

Detailed Walkthrough[edit]

Talk to Darj the Hunter at Fort Zeren if you completed Zeren in Peril. If you completed Breaking the Tide instead, speak to Centurion Mobareed at the Bal Foyen Dockyards.

You need to go to Davon's Watch and report to the local commander Holgunn. When you approach him, Holgunn wonders:

"Have you come from Bal Foyen? What news do you have?"

Tell him that you have managed to repel the Covenant attack there and ask whether the signal fires worked. Holgunn replies that they did indeed work and that Davon's Watch has been able to prepare for fighting the Covenant, all thanks to your warning. He gives you some gold as a reward and asks you to help him stop the Covenant invasion to the city.

Quest Stages[edit]

Warning Davon's Watch
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
Finishes quest☑ I should speak with Holgunn in Davon's Watch. Then I'll verify they've received word that Covenant forces are on the move.
Objective: Talk to Holgunn
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