Candac's Delivery  

Prerequisite: Candac's Obligation
Start Zone: Lone-Lands
Start Area: Annunlos
Start Location: The Forsaken Inn
Start Mob: Candac Brightwood
Items Needed:Items Rewarded:Cash Granted: 1s 80c
Quest Level: 15
Min Level: 13
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    Candac Brightwood


'Mrs. Sandheaver awaits delivery of her latest conversation pieces, and I have no need to make her wait any longer. I do not have enough to pay a proper courier at the moment, but when the deliversy is complete Mrs. Sandheaver has promised to recompense me.

'The pottery you collected needs to be delivered to Lily, and I am without the means to pay a proper messenger. Would you be willing to take these to Bree?

'If you would, take this bundle and deliver it to Lily Sandheaver at the crossroads leading up to Bree-hill, west of the Prancing Pony. She will give you payment, which I trust you will bring to me to share.'


Lily Sandheaver awaits Candac's latest delivery at the foot of Bree-hill in Bree-town. Candac has assembled the pottery and prepared it for delivery.


Objective 1

Deliver the bundled artifacts to Lily Sandheaver

Lily Sandheaver lives in the home at the corner of the road in Bree that leads up towards Bree-hill.

Candac Brightwood, unable to pay a proper messenger, has asked you to make his most recent delivery to Lily Sandheaver.
'Oh, these will do nicely! Mirabella Underhill will be so jealous.

'Candac nearly let me down, but if you say that there was good cause for the delay, I have no reason to doubt you. I shall let this incident slip my mind.

'Of course, there is the matter of payment. Please take this back to Mr. Brightwood with my thanks.'

Objective 2

Deliver the letter from Mrs. Sandheaver to Candac

Candac Brightwood resides at the Forsaken Inn, east long the Great East Road on the borderof the Lone-lands.

Candac Brightwood sent you to deliver a bundle of old pottery to Lily Sandheaver, for which Mrs. Sandheaver paid you. You should return to Candac for your own payment.
'You have done me a great service, Player, and I won't forget it. You should also speak with the Munces. They need assistance from honourable folk like yourself.

'Were I taught to wield a weapon, I would join you in aiding them, but, alas... I am but a humble trader. There is little else for which I am suited!

'May your travels be safe, Player. I know that mine will be.'