Through many campaigns, he battled the forces of Citadel Felbarr, Mithral Hall, and even Silverymoon, terrorizing the Silver Marches for years. To aid him in his battles, Obould underwent a ritual to demand Gruumsh's blessing - which the rage god granted - and before long was known to orcs as "Obould-Who-Is-Gruumsh".
Despite his many conquests, Obould began to crave peace and the stability of a strong realm. Under protest from his followers, he established the Kingdom of Many-Arrows, the first stable and sustainable orcish state in Faerûn. Upon his death, he was elevated to godhood as an exarch in service to Gruumsh, and given a place in Nishrek.
The Many-Arrows tribe are one of the factions met in Neverwinter. Despite being a quite pacific kingdom, an hostile rebel army of orcs led by the Spellscarred orc Vansi Bloodscar have taken control of Neverwinter's Tower District, the former heart of the city's economy.
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Since then, it has grown into a fortified camp where the leaders of the orcs gather before raiding the rest of the Tower District.
The Many-Arrows orcs are found all around Tower District. The weakest members are Drudges and Axe-Throwers. BeastMasters watch the district with their Wolves. Sappers, Taskmasters and Battletested orcs forms the elite warriors of the tribe, while the Eyes of Gruumsh are the One-Eyed God priests. Vansi's spellscars abilities are shared with some Drudges and SpellScarred Commanders, the latter one acting like the Eyes of Gruumsh.
Players are requested to engage in a number of actions against the orcs, including killing a certain number of them and/or a certain kind, take bake supplies from their territory and recover their battle plans. They are also asked to go to Merchant Guild Hall to kill their leader Kartok Paingiver and then to the Orc Barracks to slay the commanders Lurg Bloodspear, Droghtu Elfeater and Kragmar Deepscar