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The Protector's Speech

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The Protector's Speech is a special skirmish available during the Protector's Jubilee event. Characters of level 6 or higher can queue for the skirmish, and all players are scaled to level 60.

As Lord Neverember, Protector of Neverwinter, prepares his annual address to the people of the city, Neverwinter's enemies draw near to strike. Can you protect the Protector's Speech?

Completing the objectives quickly qualifies your party for the Gold, Silver or Bronze bonus reward.

The potential rewards include:

Quest[edit | edit source]

The Protector's Speech
Level: 6-70
Preceded by:
Followed by:
Given by: Elminster Aumar
Starts in: Protector's Enclave
Also occurs in:
Ends in: Protector's Enclave
Turn in to: Elminster Aumar
Rewards:
Varies by level, up to:
604XP
2Silver 21Copper
Duration: {{{duration}}}


The Protector's Speech is a daily quest during the Protector's Jubilee event.

Objective[edit | edit source]

  • Help protect the city during Lord Neverember's yearly address to the people of Neverwinter by completing the Skirmish, The Protector's Speech.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Elminster Aumar
Every year Lord Neverember takes it upon himself to deliver an address to the people of the city, and every year unsavory elements take it upon themselves to cause a ruckus while the city guard is occupied protecting the Protector. It seems this year will be no different. Lord Neverember will be well guarded, but the city could use the help of heroes like yourself.

To complete this mission you will need to complete the Skirmish, "The Protector's Speech".

To join this skirmish, press "K" to open the Queue window and select "The Protector's Speech".

Steps[edit | edit source]

  • Complete the Skirmish "The Protector's Speech"

Completion[edit | edit source]

Elminster Aumar
I hope the Protector's speech wasn't too long this year. I appreciate his desire to speak to his people, but the man can be a bit long-winded.