|Northern Barrows Pass|
'I came here to find "The Last Prince," like Mr. Butterbur talks about in his stories. I was going to find him, and then be with him forever and be his princess! But he wasn't here to be found! There's just all these skeletons and bones and walking dead! It isn't nice to go misleading young hobbits like that!
'When you are ready to go, could you help me get back home to Bree? I couldn't leave before, but now with a strong warrior like you here, I'm sure you can get me home safely!
'Oh, and I lost my cloak. I simply must find it or dad will yell at me something terrible!'
You've come across a very frightened Hobbit girl, Lalia, on the Barrow-downs. She's asked for your help in getting back to Bree and her father, Bob, who works for Barliman Butterbur at the Prancing Pony.
Escort Lalia to safety
You must take Lalia to the north-gate of the Barrow-downs.
Lalia has asked you to help her get back to Bree safely. In addition, she has asked for your help finding the cloak she dropped somewhere on the Barrow-downs. You must protect her as she searches for her cloak, then leaves the barrow downs.
'Was it this way? Or the other?
'It's this way! I think...
'I think we are getting very close. Let's be more careful here.
'Something is amiss here...
'Where can it be?
'Wait, this seem familiar...
'I think this is the way...
'Im not sure, but this looks like the way I came in.
Wight-prince: "It is I, Lalia, your prince!"
Lalia: "No! Go away! You aren't my prince!
"We are here! Thank you!
"I'm going to run home! Please give my cloak to my Pa, Bob.
"Give him my cloak so he knows I'm safe"
You have safely escorted Lalia out of the Barrow-downs
Bring Lalia's cloak to Bob
Bob can be found at The Northern Barrow-downs.
You have helped Lalia make her way home, and as thanks she has given you her cloak. She has asked you to bring her cloak to her father, Bob, Barliman Butterbur's assistant, as proof that she is safe.
'Oh, that is a relief! It seem I know my daughter well. She actually had gone after that "Last Prince" of hers. Well, maybe she's learned her lesson and won't be so foolish in the future.
'Although knowing my daughter like I do, tht doesn't seem too likely. I only hope I can survive her tweens. Maybe the she'll get som hobbit-sense. Maybe...'
Let me just add... bring lots of friends, wights just pop up everywhere while following little lost Lalia around!