At'lordrith's Riddle

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The forest is dying. Its only savior is a wise and mighty dragon known as At'lordrith. He is reputed to have infinite knowledge in the healing arts. Those willing to face the challenge should seek out At'lordrith's cave, somewhere in the cold climates of the north.

   Estimated Mental Difficulty Rating:   Seven (Three with Google)
   Estimated Physical Difficulty Rating: Zero
   Estimated Danger Rating:              Zero
   This quest was created by Content.


Walkthrough

Spoiler warning: information below includes details, such as solutions to puzzles or quest procedures, that you may prefer to discover on your own.

Items Required

  • A canteen of water. Can be bought from Grog's store in Losthaven.

Skills Required

  • None

Directions

  • Go to At'Lordrith's Cave (17, -17, 2) in the Northlands (Global: 17, 145, 2).
  • Go in.
  • You will see At'Lordrith, a frost dragon. Say "riddle" or "yes" and he will ask you riddles.
  • Correctly answer 16(As of this writing) riddles, and you will be able to say "boon" and he will give you some scales. Any extra riddles completed simply grant extra experience.
  • 'crush scales', then 'mix dust with water' to make a potion which will heal the forest.
  • Go to (-30, 22, 1) in Cimbra. (Global: -30, 103, 1) - From At'Lordith's Cave: go 42sw, 5w
  • 'pour potion on tree'.
  • Quest complete!

Riddle Answers

  • It runsss over fieldsss and woodsss all day. Under the bed at night sssitsss not alone, long tongue hanging out, waiting for a bone. What isss it?
    • shoe
  • Give me food and I will live; give me water and I will die. What am I?
    • fire
  • The rich men want it, the wissse men know it, the poor all need it, and the kind men ssshow it. What isss it?
    • love
  • At night they come without being fetched, and by day they are lossst without being ssstolen. What are they?
    • stars
  • Born motherlessssss and fatherlessssss, into thisss world without a sssin. Made a loud roar asss I entered, and never ssspoke again. What am I?
    • thunder
  • You ussse a knife to ssslice my head, and weep bessside me when I am dead. What am I?
    • onion
  • I know a thousssand facesss, and count the tailed headsss, feasssting bright upon the eyesss, of many who have died. Wielding well a mighty power, who hath but humble ssstature. Massssssesss fall upon their kneesss, to ssscarce behold my only ssside. What am I?
    • coin
  • I went into the woodsss and got it. I sssat down to ssseek it. I brought it home with me becaussse I could not find it. What isss it?
    • splinter
  • The wind, it blowsss my houssse around. And wormsss, I pluck them from the ground. A sssong, I sssing it sssweet and clear. And wingsss, they fly when catsss come near. What am I?
    • bird
  • He hasss a look of awful ssscorn, and wearsss hisss clothesss a funny way. Waving hisss handsss over fieldsss of corn, he keepsss the birdsss away. What isss he?
    • scarecrow
  • I have jussst been put before you and await only my name to leave again. What isss it?
    • riddle
  • I have been made up after I exisssted, and you would be quite mad if I were twisssted. Fully open or fully closssed, I am all but ussselessssss; but ussse me now, and tell me what I am.
    • mind
  • They can trickle down, and can tickle too. Make you sssneeze, or comfort you. Their russstling sssound, you have rarely heard, unlessssss you are a pillow, or a bird. What are they?
    • feathers
  • I never wasss, am alwaysss to be, no one ever sssaw me, nor ever will. And yet I am the confidence of all, to live and breathe on thisss terressstrial ball. What am I?
    • tomorrow
  • What eatsss rocksss, levelsss mountainsss, russstsss metal, pussshesss the cloudsss acrossssss the sssky, and can make a young man old?
    • time
  • The more you take the more you leave behind. What are they?
    • footsteps
  • Twelve white poniesss on a red hill, alwaysss moving, but ssstanding ssstill. What are we?
    • teeth
  • What can run but never walksss, hasss a mouth but never talksss, hasss a head but never weepsss, hasss a bed but never sssleepsss?
    • river
  • I go cuckoo, boom, beep, zap, poing, dong and meow. If you can ssspell it, sssay my name.
    • onomatopoeia
  • Rain isss ssspent, now colorsss bent. My frame a clear, blue sssky. What am I?
    • rainbow
  • I look like a bee, all black and yellow, but I am a wiggly, sssquiggly fellow, munching milkweed at all hoursss. Sssomeday, I will dine on flowersss. Then I will not be a wiggly guy. I will have wingsss to fly, fly, fly. What am I?
    • caterpillar
  • It goesss through an apple, it pointsss out the way, it fitsss in a bow, then a target, to ssstay. What isss it?
    • arrow
  • What can fill a room but takesss up no ssspace?
    • light
  • Ussse me well and I am everybody, ssscratch my back and I am nobody. What am I?
    • mirror
  • There wasss a green houssse. Inssside the green houssse there wasss a white houssse. Inssside the white houssse there wasss a red houssse. Inssside the red houssse there were lotsss of babiesss. What wasss thisss green houssse?
    • watermelon
  • Light asss a feather, there isss nothing in it; the ssstrongessst man cannot hold it for much more than a minute. What isss it?
    • breath
  • No sssooner ssspoken than broken. What isss it?
    • silence
  • It isss asss big asss an apple, but an apple it isss not. Leave it too long, and it sssurely will rot. It isss sssweet when it givesss your mouth a visssit. Yesss, it isss a fruit, but what, what isss it?
    • orange

Rewards

  • 5 Quest Points
  • Experience

Note: 'shoe fire love;'stars thunder onion;'coin splinter orange;'bird scarecrow riddle;'mind feathers tomorrow;'time footsteps teeth;'river onomatopoeia;'rainbow caterpillar;'arrow light mirror;'watermelon breath silence

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