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Chapter 5: A Lost Dwarf

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Chapter 5: A Lost Dwarf
Level: 60
Preceded by: Chapter 4: The Helm of Bruenor Battlehammer
Followed by: Chapter 6: Tattered Maps
Given by: Captain Belgold
Starts in: Protector's Enclave
Also occurs in:
Ends in: Protector's Enclave
Turn in to: Captain Belgold
Rewards: Varies by level, up to:
18,120 XP
66 Silver, 15 Copper
Duration: {{{duration}}}

This is the fifth quest in the Dwarven King Quest Arc by R.A. Salvatore. After completing Chapter 9: The Dwarven King, this quest can be repeated for a lower reward (604 XP, and 2 Silver, 21 Copper at Level 70).

Objective[edit | edit source]

Summary[edit | edit source]

Captain Belgold
A member of the Neverwinter Guard disappeared into the foothills of Vellosk a few days ago. He was out wandering on his own, against all protocol.

We've had a few reports of orcs gathering in that area, and I simply can't spare enough soldiers to safely investigate.

I need you to scout the area and see if you can find any evidence of what happened to our soldier. He's a red-bearded dwarf named Bonnego.

If you find him alive, bring him back. If not, well, at least we'll know. You'll be paid well, of course.

Steps[edit | edit source]

  • Go to Vellosk Foothills
  • Search for Bonnego Battleaxe
  • Defeat Horuk Daggertusk
  • Free Bonnego Battleaxe
  • Speak to Bonnego Battleaxe
  • Return to Protector's Enclave
  • Return to Captain Belgold

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Bonnego Battleaxe
Me thanks for yer help. Name's Bonnego Battleaxe.
I know, Captain Belgold sent me. What were you doing up here?
Bonnego Battleaxe
That's me own business. We should get goin' before more o' the durned orcs show up. I'm hurtin' worse than I'd let on to them pigs.
Where are your things?
Bonnego Battleaxe
A group o' them took their loot away yesterday. I'll be back for it, don't ye doubt.
Alright, I'll meet you back in Protector's Enclave

Completion[edit | edit source]

Captain Belgold
Thank you for saving Bonnego, <name>. I gave him a stern yelling about leaving his patrol to go off on some sort of wild adventure.

I'm worried about the dwarf, <name>. I think he's planning on doing something reckless. He's a good soldier, I'd hate to see him get killed over some foolhardy adventure.