The Carver's Stash  

Prerequisite: Puzzle of the Carvings
Series Name: Stonecarver's Srash
Start Zone: Zelem-melek
Start Area: Zelem-melek
Start Location: The Twenty-first Hall
Start Mob: Mogr
Flags: Small Fellowship
Items Needed:Items Rewarded:Reputation Increased: 500 Iron Garrison Guards
Cash Granted: 26s 60c
Exp Granted: 5793
Item Exp Granted: 5602
Quest Level: 55
Min Level: 50
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'You have puzzled out the carvings, and now I think you should be able to discover and take ownership of that long-gone artisan's treasure.

'I believe I know a good out-of-the-way spot to scout that matches the description you found: "Above defeat, west of the stone forest, where the path pours down a cliff.". But I fear something must have claimed the treasure, or further hidden it, or else someone would have found it at some point during all this time. I very much want to know what exactly this treasure is, (your name); I cannot handle much more suspense.

'Head south before you descend through Khadar-zaram, south-east of here. I do not know if the treasure is simply on the ground or whose possession it might be in, but you may wish to bring along a friend or two, just to be safe.'


Now that the Puzzle of the Carvings has been solved, Mogr thinks the carver's stash is within reach.


Objective 1

  • Search the Rubble for the Stone-carver's Stash

The riddle in the carvings seemed to suggest that treasure is south of the top of Khadar-zaram, south-east of the Twenty-first Hall.

Mogr believes the treasure can be found nearby in Nud-melek, but cautioned you that he knew naught regarding what might be living there or guarding it. He suggested you take a friend or two with you.

Objective 2

  • Bring the Stone-carver's stash to Mogr in the Twenty-first Hall

Mogr is in the Twenty-first Hall, north-west of Khadar-zaram.

Mogr will want to see what the Stone-carver's stash actually is: several bound books containing treatises on stone-carving and decoration.