'There are too many travellers, even through this remote land, and the nearest water sits foul and stagnant. We've the well, of course, but water is rationed among all the guests and does not go as far as it might.
'Blankets need making and mending, and there are no better hides to be found than those of the wolves. The hide of a warg is too coarse, but a wolf's fur can be made soft with a comb. If you've the time and a good heart, I would ask your assistance; you'll not see me stomping through the brush to get to the wolves, as deadly as they are!
'There are a few places you may want to look for wolves with proper hides. Wolves creep among the ruins of Minas Eriol to the south, though that place is also crawling with wargs and goblins. Wolves hunt too among the Weather Hills, to the east and north. Finally, you could travel even further north, but the Midgewater Pass is dangerous and full of even worse things than wolves. When you have the wolf-hides, return to me and I'll see you are rewarded.'
Arinora has become overwhelmed with the many responsibilities she bears for the maintenance of the Forsaken Inn.
Wolves can be found in the ruins of Minas Eriol south of the Forsaken Inn, among the Weather Hills to the northeast, and in the Midgewater Pass to the north.
Arinora of the Forsaken Inn asked you to collect wolf-hides so she can make blankets for its guests.
Several early Lone Lands quests can be completed right around the spot located on the map. I ran around this circle and completed 5 of them in about 30 minutes. And partially finished some others. The five I completed are:
- Blankets From The Baying Wolves
- By Hoof And Crook
- A Fitting Meal
- Goblin Exiles
- A Price On Their Heads