Coldain Ring #1: Copper Coldain Insignia Ring  

Quest Started By:Description:
Time:2 hours
Maximum Level:85
Monster Mission:No
Can Be Shrouded?:No
Quest Type:Quest
Quest Goal:
  • Loot
Factions Raised:
Factions Lowered:
Quest Items:
Related Creatures:
Related Quests:
Era:Scars of Velious
Group Size:Solo
Min. # of Players:1
Max. # of Players:1
Appropriate Classes:
  • All
Appropriate Races:
  • All
Entered: Thu Oct 25 10:54:49 2001
Modified: Thu Jan 7 11:29:28 2010
You say, 'Hail, Garadain Glacierbane'

Garadain Glacierbane says 'Hrmff, what's this? A spy sent from the giant heathens, or the selfrighteous wurms perhaps? Either way, you'd be no [friend] of the great Coldain.'

You say, 'I am a friend.'

Garadain Glacierbane says 'A friend, you say? That remains to be seen. Much more to being a friend of the Coldain than just sayin' so. Anyway, I'm too [tired] to argue about it. I haven't slept in days.'

You say, 'Why are you tired?'

Garadain Glacierbane says 'Did I say tired? Exhausted is more like it. Ever since that blizzard last week I haven't slept a wink. I came back from huntin' snow orcs to find that my [blanket] had blown away and now I'm just too tired to rustle up a new one.'

You say, 'What blanket?'

Garadain Glacierbane says 'Not just any old blanket, mind ye, mine was made of the finest tundra kodiak hides and snow panther skins, two of each. When I was wrapped up in it ya couldn't see me a bit, no, I blended right into the snow, I did. Say, if you be a friend, here's yer chance to prove it. Sew me up a new blanket so I can get some rest.'

Garadain's blanket must be made from two High Quality Cougarskins (rare drops from A Snow Cougar) and two High Quality Tundra Kodiak Pelts (rare drops from A Tundra Kodiak). Tailor them together to craft a Coldain Hunting Blanket (trivial 41) and give this to Garadain.

Garadain Glacierbane says 'Ahh, that'll do fine. Take this, it is but a trinket for now, but continue to serve the Coldain and it will grow in power. I must get some rest now, for I have been told my [nephew] has disappeared again and I will need to track him down tomorrow.'
Your faction standing with Coldain could not possibly get any better.
Your faction standing with Dain Frostreaver IV got better.
Your faction standing with Kromzek got worse.
Your faction standing with Kromrif could not possibly get any worse.
You gain experience!!
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Exact faction hits
# Apr 19 2016 at 7:10 AM Rating: Decent
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Your faction standing with Coldain has been adjusted by 5.
Your faction standing with Dain Frostreaver IV has been adjusted by 1.
Your faction standing with Kromzek has been adjusted by -1.
Your faction standing with Kromrif has been adjusted by -2.
You gain experience!!
Drop rate
# Dec 03 2011 at 11:06 AM Rating: Decent
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Ugh... got my first HQ Kodiak pelt on 2nd kill....... and the next one about 500 kills later no exaggeration - do NOT NOT NOT try this combine unless you have tailoring skill to trivialit - one of worst drop rates Ive ever seen, or else the RNG just hates me :*(
"I built my necro, and grind him aa/exp with joy! Go EQ!"
6 Hours for HQ Skins
# Nov 17 2011 at 10:25 AM Rating: Decent
63 posts
I recently started this quest and it took me roughly 6 hours to find 8 HQ Kodiak and 6 HQ Cougar skin. Made my combine attempt first at 51 tailoring skill and failed. Tried a second time and it worked.

I found most of the Cougars are in the northen part of the zone in the center of the map. Not sure if this is their "area" but this is just where I encounterd most of them.
Decimator Pinkk Maggit of Maelin Starpyre
Imperator of the 76th Level
<Unbroken Bonds>
# Feb 04 2007 at 1:13 AM Rating: Decent
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Loc = -2700, -385
Before you start this..
# Aug 07 2006 at 4:15 PM Rating: Decent
There is one thing that you should know up front. Yea, the ds does stack with druid ds, but it is overwritten by any potion ds. In most write ups, the ds is reported as stacking with anything, so just know that it isn't. I had set out to do this quest with my shammy just to add some more dmg to my overall ds and was severely disappointed when my potions overwrote this effect. Yea, it will still come in handy now and then, but I wouldn't have gone to the effort to do this if I had known in advance..

46 Shaman of Emarr

fyi: ds=damage shield
# Jun 04 2006 at 3:48 PM Rating: Decent
53 posts
I've been 5 for 5 on these blankets in the past week with a tailoring skill of 66. Unless I've had some incredible luck with the RNG, I'd have to guess the trivial is lower than 66.
# Nov 19 2005 at 11:30 PM Rating: Decent
77 posts
okay, the trival is 76 or higher, not 41.
"Seriously...You take the venom out of a cobra and whaddya got? A...A belt."

# Apr 11 2005 at 7:57 PM Rating: Excellent
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There is an Era Error. This is from the Velious Era.
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Coldain Blanket
# Oct 30 2004 at 4:25 PM Rating: Decent
37 posts
Just made this today. Upped my tailoring skill with some spare spider silks to 12 then did the mandrake roots untill 65. Got blanket on first try. The recipe for woven mandrake (2 mandrake roots combined) wasn't coming up on the loom menu, so I combined them, then saved the recipe The mandrake roots are available at the alchemist supplier seven's o'danos. He is upstairs in the same building as loom. Quick, easy way to get to skill level 66 in tailoring.
# Jul 06 2004 at 8:22 AM Rating: Decent
my monk is 88 in tailoring he camped for hours on end to het the HQ tundra pelts and failed on combine
fastest way to skill up...
# May 27 2004 at 10:00 AM Rating: Decent
61 posts
...tailoring is to go to POK vendor & buy several stacks of mandrake roots (about 44p per stack). combine 2 of them, unstacked of course, in your sewing kit. it will get you up to 66. you can sell back the combines OR use them to make misty thicket picnics. (learned all this from guild mate & tried it out so know it works. thanks for the tip, balauk! *grin*)
Valorguard, The Nameless
RE: fastest way to skill up...
# Jun 21 2004 at 11:46 PM Rating: Decent
119 posts
If you have Discord, you can get all tradeskills up to 50 for free. There's an npc near the merchants of each skill on the ship in Abysmal. They'll hand you the components needed (which will also flag you for being able to do Discord combines). For tailoring, find Tonlyei Lyhin.
You better watch your thunder, it's the first thing I'm gonna steal.
RE: fastest way to skill up...
# Aug 15 2004 at 10:15 PM Rating: Decent
6 posts
this only works of course if you are > lvl 45...

Edited, Sun Aug 15 23:16:18 2004
RE: fastest way to skill up...
# Aug 18 2004 at 8:35 AM Rating: Decent
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My level 21 Wizard was able to get to Absymal Sea just fine and get those merchants to give her items to skill up on and gain the ability to deal with GoD tradeskill items. Just have to be able to use the Magus's and hop over to Abysmal Sea.
# Feb 09 2004 at 2:34 AM Rating: Default
120 posts
I think trivial is higher than 41, i failed with a skill of 41, though there is a 5% fail rate after trivial, but i've heard many people fail after 41
Phegus Pally of <Rar> - Doomhammer
RE: Triv
# May 25 2005 at 11:41 PM Rating: Decent
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A trivial of 41 just means you can no longer improve your skill by making it once your skill is 41. You still have about a 1/3 chance of failing at skill 41. The 5% fail rate you've heard about is when your skill is very much higher than the triv. (Though the formulas got changed a bit so that if your skill is a LOT higher your chance of failure might even go below 5%.)
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# Aug 24 2003 at 6:32 AM Rating: Decent
72 posts
The blanket was trivial for me at a tailoring skill of 36.
MQ rings 1-4
# Aug 06 2003 at 6:13 AM Rating: Good
43 posts
Do ring 2 and ring 4, hold the axe from ring 2 for now.

2 High Quality Tundra Kodiak Pelts
2 High Quality Cougarskins
high quality walrus hide
Wooly Rhino Horn
Skinning Rock

Tailor up the blanket for ring 1 and smith the knife for ring 3.

Trade off to your MQ partner (shared bank if an alt) the smithed knife for quest 3 and the coldain hammer from quest 4.

Turn in the blanket and get ring 1, turn it in with the axe and get ring 2. Now turn in ring 2 then let your MQ partner turn in the knife to finish ring 3 and use that plus the hammer you gave him to do ring 4...voila!

That's as far as I got so far, I'll post more info if I find tricks for ring 5 and above.

#flutterbye, Posted: Jul 05 2003 at 4:35 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) I collected all 4 pelts and didnt fail with only 34 trade skill... how? iwith KEI. higher wis=less fail rate higher int= more chance to raise the skill. trivial is 35 btw. Also took me 103 kodiaks to get one pelt which sucked so i bought the next one for 700pp(usually cost about 300pp)
RE: Tailoring skill
# Jul 17 2004 at 7:53 PM Rating: Excellent
16 posts
this post is total BS, moderators please remove this false information before it misleads someone. the only thing that affects fail rate is your skill lvl compared to trivial of the item you are trying to make. higher wisdom nore any other stat will change you fail rate. the chance to raise skill on tailoring is the HIGHER of intel or wisdom
# Jun 17 2003 at 12:20 PM Rating: Default
44 posts
made it the first combine try at a skill of 70. make sure the HQ kodiak pelts are all seperate and not stacked
# Jun 14 2003 at 2:30 PM Rating: Decent
702 posts
This is the best, fastest and cheapest way to raise Tailoring.

Buy Large sewing kit, 2 stacks of gorget patterns and 2 stacks of tunic patterns. Go to any Newbie area and loot Spiderling silk and combine as you go in sewing kit. Save up around 4 stacks of threads. My choices: Misty Thicket (stay on paths), or EC near huts closest to Freeport zone. Then go to Marus Seru and kill Grey Rock Hoppers, loot and save ALL pelts dropped (and no-drop eggs for another quest). Combine as you loot full stacks so you can see some progress.

To raise any higher you will need many HQ pelts and smithing trivial at 37.

Silk thread-combine 2 Spiderling silk (or Shadeling) [trivial 15]
Leather Padding-silk thread, LQ rockhopper pelt [trivial 31]
greyhopper armor-greyhopper hide, pattern (mask, gorget, wristband, sleeve, gloves, belt, boot, shoulderpad, helmet, cloak) [trivial 88] or 2 greyhopper hides, pattern (tunic, pants) [trivial 95]


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7 Rings Doable in 1 Night
# Apr 17 2003 at 11:01 AM Rating: Excellent
30 posts
I started this quest 3 days ago and am now on Ring 7. By gathering the drop items ahead of time (3 hours solo work), I (60 Pally) was able to do the first 5 rings in one night (2.5 hours) with a 53 Cleric buddy and two rangers in the zone (levels 51 & 52) who helped with the fights for Ring 4 & 5. The 6th and 7th ring could have easily been completed that same night had I done my research and been prepared (I passed up Rodrick, a rare spawn, and had to wait 3 days to eventually Multiquest his head to finish Ring#6).

Here's how first 7 Rings can be done in one night with one group or partial group (Low 50's):

Part 1: Gather ALL these ITEMS ahead of time (Solo Work) then get a group together and the first 7 rings can be completed in 4-5 hours.

Needed for Ring 1
- 2 HQ Cougar Skins (Bazaar - 20pp each) or in EW
- 2 HQ Tundra Kodiak Pelts - Farmed one (spawn near IceClad Bridge), and purchased second for 200pp from someone in zone.
- combined to make blanket ahead of time (succeeded with skill 75 Tailoring - trivial apparently 41 - failed on my first attempt with 44 skill)

Needed for Ring 3
- High Quality Walrus Hide - bazaar 10pp
- Wooly Rhino Horn (tusk) - farmed one near Orc camp. Try OOC...many people have them.
- Skinning Rock (no drop) - lots on ground near Iceclad bridge and also one seems to spawn regularly near the first tree out from Rygorr Fort entrance
- combined in forge to make knife

Needed for Ring 5
- Invasion Plans (drop off Rygorr Messenger) Fluked upon Messenger and killed him while doing 2nd ring. The Invasion Plans can also be bought in Bazaar for 20-40 pp. Aquire them ahead of time.

Ring 6
- Rodrick's Head (no drop)- Rodrick spawns by hut outside of Rygorr Fort entrance (neg 3500, pos 900) after the spawn of Rygorr Emissary. This spawn appears to be broken at this time - ***See note below***

Part 2: Actual Handins and Fights
After gathering the items for the first 5 rings on my own (took about 3hours), the actual handins for the first 5 rings took 2.5 hours, with the first 3 rings being done with just me and 53 Cleric in about 1 hour.

Unfortunately, I hadn't researched the 6th ring and passed up killing Rodrick who was up while I quested the first 5 (I didn't know who he was). Had I aquired Rodrick's Head that same night, our group could easily have done the next 2 rings in about another 1.5 hours. Thus, the first 7 rings are doable in one night with one group in about 4-5 hours.

***Note***: Currently, Rodrick spawn appears to be broken and he only pop's after patch, server crash, or reset. After monitoring the spawn with some others over the next 3 days, Rodrick and Emissary were never seen. Fortunately, Ring 6 is Multiquestable, which is how I ended up completing it. Did an OOC in PoK and generous 52 Monk had head in bank and did the Hand in with me.

Hope this helps and saves you some time.

Righteous Protector
60th Season Paladin

Last Edit:Ring 3 item corrected to High Quality Walrus Hide

Edited, Thu Apr 17 16:12:36 2003

Edited, Apr 29th 2008 3:08pm by Righteous
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RE: 7 Rings Doable in 1 Night
# Jun 03 2005 at 9:13 AM Rating: Decent
This is a great post, but you gotta edit this, the ring 3 uses a high quality walrus hide not a flawless. I been killing in EW for 3 hours now looking for a flawless (I was just going by your post cause its soo good), I must have destroyed a dozen or more high quality walrus hides. Then I went and looked at the actual quest here on all and it says high quality.
tailor skillup tip
# Apr 16 2003 at 9:46 PM Rating: Decent
24 posts
If you want to get your tailoring up quickly. Combine 2 mandrake roots bought in SH downstairs in the Beastlord guild I think.

40p a stack for mandrake roots. combine 2 in a tailoring kit can be used for a later combine for higher level stuff... you can sell the result in the bazaar for other skills.

Trivial at 66 for this combine...

Edited, Wed Apr 16 22:10:19 2003
Qintan FlurryofBlades
Ranger of the 44th season
RE: tailor skillup tip
# Apr 15 2004 at 7:29 AM Rating: Decent
81 posts
mandrake root can also be purchased in Gukta at the shaman vendors to the right shortly after zone in
RE: tailor skillup tip
# May 20 2003 at 12:54 AM Rating: Default
Thanks for the tip - was a nice and easy way to get tailoring up fast ;)

Though mandrake roots arent bought in SH, but in Plane of Knowledge from Severg ODanos at loc -30 +1370.
RE: tailor skillup tip
# Jun 05 2003 at 4:14 AM Rating: Decent
9 posts
Just as an FYI, mandrake root is sold in the stout quarter of Shadow Haven. If you use your map (you have LoY right?) you can see there are two alchemy vendors in the trainer building for naturish types. The female sells the mandrake root.
Even More Frustrating
# Jan 06 2003 at 12:03 AM Rating: Default
Well do not feel bad my Tailoring is 119 and I failed. Now I have to find the HQ Tundra Kodiak Pelts again seems to be the hardest to get. I must have really bad luck.

Ransih 49 Year
Expert Tailor Ransih - 70 - Beaslord (Terris-Thule) Prexus

RE: Even More Frustrating
# Apr 17 2003 at 10:14 AM Rating: Default
30 posts
I failed on first attempt with 45 skill...was successful on second attempt at skill 75.

Righteous Protector
60th Season Paladin
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failed combines
# Dec 27 2002 at 11:23 AM Rating: Default
11 posts
Well this is frustrating. I worked my Tailoring up to 41 and then did the combine which failed. OK. No problem, got all the pelts again, failed again, argggg! I guess I'll try to bump my tailoring up a bit more before my third attempt.
Coldain Faction Ups?
# Nov 05 2002 at 3:12 PM Rating: Default
10 posts
So I'm working on my Coldain Faction for Thurg armor quests AND am also commencing my coldain ring/shawl quests.

Just curiuos of the relative faction improvements of killing FG's and drakkel wolves vs. doing the various ring/shawl quests. Am I going to get faction ups quicker one way or another?

51st Pally
Forbidden Faith
Kane Bayle
Kodiaks and Trivial
# Oct 05 2002 at 8:30 AM Rating: Good
25 posts
I spent a couple of days getting tradeskills up high enough for the coldain rings. 3 hours in EK collecting 194 silks, then another 3 hours in Shadowhaven working on smithing. A great spot for this is in the far end away from the nexus, near the Paludal Caverns. There is a forge with molds and ore. There is also a vendor with bottles and water flasks nearby.

I picked up my HQ cougar skins in Iceclad, then killed roughly 17 Kodiaks before I got 2 HQ pelts.

My tailoring was 44 when I did the combine. I had Brilliance and was running Cassindra's Elegy with Amplification to get my int and wis up above 90. I got the trivial message when it succeeded.
Rare HQ Kodiak Pelts
# Oct 01 2002 at 8:57 PM Rating: Default
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Is everyone else also having the problem of getting High Quality Kodiack Pelts. I've been hunting them for almost a week, killing maybe an average of 25-35 a night and havne't gotten one HQ pelt. Although I have a ton of Ruined, Low, and Medium Quality. Any recommondations or suggestions on how to get them? Yes, I have tried the bazaar and no one, for the moment, is selling them.
RE: Rare HQ Kodiak Pelts
# Dec 02 2002 at 7:19 PM Rating: Default
21 posts
After about 50 kills I have yet to see one HQ pelt. For the record.
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RE: Rare HQ Kodiak Pelts
# Oct 28 2002 at 9:03 PM Rating: Default
27 posts
Be sure to be hunting the Great Divide kodiaks i believe, not sure tho
RE: Rare HQ Kodiak Pelts
# Dec 30 2002 at 5:04 PM Rating: Default
8 posts
This only works with Tundra Kodiaks in Eastern Wastes.
RE: Rare HQ Kodiak Pelts
# Mar 06 2003 at 1:27 AM Rating: Default
27 posts
I've only ever killed 1 tundra kodiac; but it dropped this pelt. Luck of the draw I guess... I was in Eastern Wastes at the time.
# Sep 17 2002 at 12:09 AM Rating: Decent
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Both int and wis help raise skill. Dex helps with fletching, tailoring. Str with smithing and jewelcraft.
Heldor Menhir
Zalizz Meaelstorm
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RE: Simple
# Sep 22 2002 at 6:52 PM Rating: Excellent
18 posts
Actually your a bit off there. Let me enlighten you.
1st and foremost you need Wisdom/Intelligence to gain skill ups in ANY trade, the higher is used when checking skill ups.
There are secondary skill up checks for tradeskilling. there are as follow
Smithing= Strength
Fletching= Dexterity

There are NO other secondary skill checks to Tailoring, Baking, Jewelcraft, ect..
Tailoring DOES NOT check on dexterity , this is a very old rumor that was put to rest by VI very long agao.. cant believe people are still spreading this.. VI instated these secondary checks for melee characters that dont normally have high int/wis, and giving them a fair chance at tradeskilling in smithing and fletching.
Int and Wis tho are your primary checks for skill ups, now if you are smithing and your STRENTH is higher than your int/wis then strenth will be used to base you skill ups on..
Dexterity for fletching, ... Get it now?

I am well qualified fulltime tradeskiller
200 smithing
200 brewing
193 Tailoring
187 Jewelcraft
192 pottery
178 baking
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RE: Simple
# Dec 12 2002 at 2:46 AM Rating: Default
55 posts
Actually (at least for smithing) your highest stat be it int/wis/or str determines how likely it is that you will gain a skillup. This question was answered at a fan faire awhile ago.
RE: Simple
# May 21 2003 at 11:50 PM Rating: Default
162 posts
Im pretty sure this is correct. Str, Int or Wis seem to be primary stats for ANY tradeskill...whichever you have the highest in. This effects skill ups not success.
RE: Simple
# Jan 02 2003 at 4:12 PM Rating: Decent
Wow thanks... You just said the exact same thing he said.... good stuff...
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RE: Simple
# Mar 19 2003 at 10:04 AM Rating: Decent
22 posts
No. He didn't say the same thing. The check on STR in Smithing is NOT a secondary check. It is an alternative to WIS or INT. There is a similar situation in Fletching, where the highest of WIS/INT/DEX is used in skill-ups.
Anorien Gladestrider, Ranger of Drinal
Fletching 245, Baking, Brewing, Jewelcraft, Pottery, Smithing, Tailoring 200
GD Kodiaks?
# Aug 17 2002 at 2:47 PM Rating: Default
12 posts
Can these HQ tundra Kodiak pelts drop off of the kodiaks in the caves in Great Divide?
RE: GD Kodiaks?
# May 12 2003 at 4:50 PM Rating: Default
25 posts
The Great Divide kodiaks are Feral Cave Kodiaks, not Tundra; no substituting them will not work (though i wish there were as many kodiaks in EW as there are in GD).

There is no reason why the toughest ring should be the first.

Edited, Mon May 12 17:12:15 2003
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RE: GD Kodiaks?
# Aug 30 2002 at 3:43 PM Rating: Default
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To my knowledge, they only drop in EW.

As for the skill required for this...I have was sitting in Thurg, wondering how the **** I was going to combine the pelts with a skill of 26. I thought of all the silks I had to collect to raise skill..then said ***** it and hit combine in my Coldain Tanner's kit.

It worked. At skill 26. Go figure.
# Jul 29 2002 at 3:42 AM Rating: Default
37 posts
Tailoring skill was 36. It was NOT trivial. But I managed to fashion the blanket.

Worked my tailoring skill up to 36 mainly by farming spiders in upper guk. Very nice spawn ration to silks.

Garadain was located in some dwarf huts near the Ry'Gorr village in EW.

Can't wait to progress in these quests towards the greater rings.

Dessimus Merridias
52nd Champion of the Reign of pain
Rallos Zek
Some general knowledge
# Jun 23 2002 at 6:11 AM Rating: Good
34 posts
Some general information:
It seems the common belief right now that the only thing that affects chances of success when combining an item is your skill level in that tradeskill. The highest of your wisdom and intelligence determines the chances of raising your skill while combining, while strength becomes a part of the formula in Smithing, and dexterity - in fletching.
Nothing is 100% verified yet, but from my experience, seems like my Wisdom (I'm a Druid) only affected the chances of skill raising while combining.
There was a former belief that INT determines chances of skill raise and WIS determines chances of success, but that has been proven wrong.
Marblond Beastmasterr
Hierophant of the 60th hugged tree
Altruistic Valorians
# Jun 21 2002 at 6:04 PM Rating: Default
15 posts
This can no longer be MQ'ed. If your tailor gives the first item to Garadain he gives it straight back with the "I don't need this" message. Many items that were MQ can no longer be MQ'ed.
# Jun 24 2002 at 2:51 PM Rating: Default
To my understanding 2 HQ kodiak pelts and 2 HQ snow courgar pelts have to be combined (tailoring) to a blanket, and the blanket is to be hand in. So there can be no MQ, since its only one piece to hand in.
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does it matter where ouy get pelts
# Jun 18 2002 at 8:44 AM Rating: Default
i happened to walk by the pirate igloos in iceclad and found hq snow cougar pelts for 5 gp and in mass numbers, i bought about 15 of them just to fool around, the kodiak pelts are another thing i have 1 so far, but if i finish one in this fasion i will post it

54 Bard Flyxen
RE: does it matter where ouy get pelts
# Jun 18 2002 at 10:03 AM Rating: Decent
110 posts
No, that should not matter.
# Jun 12 2002 at 11:10 PM Rating: Default
the blanket is no drop, right?
RE: question
# Jun 13 2002 at 5:00 AM Rating: Good
110 posts
Yes, the blanket is No Drop.
new skils min.
# Jun 05 2002 at 6:17 AM Rating: Decent
i worked on getting my taloring up all day the day i tryed to do this. got it to about 35 maybe 40. then said WTF here it gose. did it the 1st try and it gave the msg that it was alrdy trivial

-Tteak as fallen to the ground-
RE: new skils min.
# Jun 06 2002 at 9:07 PM Rating: Decent
I have me skill to 50 and have 135 wisdom. I failed to combine the items for the blanket. It said I did not have the skill. It is NOT trivial at skill 50 so dont waist yer kodiak pelts. Try it at a skill of 82 like the quest says up above. I'll post what happens when i get me skill up that high.
Brother to Brother
RE: new skils min.
# Jun 07 2002 at 7:41 AM Rating: Good
110 posts
You can fail making trivial items. When you fail making an item you will only get the "You lacked the skill" message - NOT an eventual "You cannot improve your skill"/trivial-message.

Even if you had tailoring at 250 and failed making the blanket (which becomes trivial at 41), you would get a message saying you lacked the skill.
#Anonymous, Posted: May 22 2002 at 8:09 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Your talking crap man, becomes trivial at 41 skill for a start, ring has unlimited charges and its not 2 hours of giants
Trivial / Not
# May 18 2002 at 5:51 PM Rating: Decent
I tried the combine with a skill of 40 - failed but got a skill up from it (no trivial message), tried again with 41, succeeded and got the trivial message.
# May 01 2002 at 8:05 PM Rating: Default
Can this be MQ from the first ring to the 2nd
RE: MQsting
# May 17 2002 at 6:45 AM Rating: Default
110 posts
Yes, this can be multiquested. Give the pelts to a tailor, who makes the blanket for you. He then gets the first ring. After finishing the second quest, the tailor turns the first ring in to Garadain, and you then turn in the broken axe and receive ring 2.

I suggest finishing ring 2 first to avoid having the tailor run to EW twice.
Ring Wars?
# Apr 25 2002 at 9:47 PM Rating: Default
Is this part of the ring wars? my guild is thinking of doing this and i am wanting to get information. I saw on the quest list for this zone it had all these (#1)(#2)....(#7) and so on listing. are these are part of it? Please help me so i can relay the information to my guild. TY
RE: Ring Wars?
# May 28 2002 at 1:21 AM Rating: Default
Yup, this is the early part of the ringwar. Similar to the Coldain Prayer Shawl quests, you must complete all of the ring quests in numerical order.
# Apr 21 2002 at 7:04 PM Rating: Default
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After 55 attempts at making cured silk, my tailoring skill raised from 36 to 44. At that point I decided to try the blanket and succeded as well as received the trivial message. Not sure if 44 is the minimum skill for the trivial message, but the blanket is indeed trivial at this skill level. Hope this helps.
lack the skill?
# Apr 21 2002 at 1:58 PM Rating: Default
does lack the skill mean that i need to train the points into it? or do i just need to try again,cause i didnt what to waste my money and lose another set of pelts. Cant quite figure out the whole process of it...oh well. Would appreciate some help on this. Thank you!
RE: lack the skill?
# Apr 23 2002 at 10:49 PM Rating: Default
Just means you failed, give it another shot.
RE: lack the skill?
# Apr 26 2002 at 7:07 AM Rating: Default
Dont listen to the one above. Yes, you can have the skill and it say you you lack it. But the chance of making one while "you lack the skill" is quite high. probably around 30:1.. I am a lvl 28 so i dunno how much 2400pp os to people as high as you'll, but i do tailoring and i know how to tailor pretty well. Don't waste money on expensive eplts for quests. Use cheaper items that you can raise the skill with. Start out combining 2 spidreling silks. You should end up with a silk swatch i think. The when you max that out combine the silk swatches with patterns of armor. The when that is maxed out go to ek and kill graig spiders and co,mbine there spider silk 2 at a time. This is as high as my skill goes sorry. But you may also be able to combine bb gnoll pelts.
RE: lack the skill?
# Apr 30 2002 at 2:05 PM Rating: Decent
69 posts
Even if you have a skill of 178 and the item is trivial at 40, if you fail you Still get the "you lack the skill" message, so the person above you May be correct, however it sounds like the origional poster has NO skill what-so-ever in tailoring. So yes, go train your tailoring either by spending points in it or practicing your skill as this person suggests. All recipe's can be found at in their tailoring section. I would suggest skipping the leather and sticking with silk and cured silk to skill. Spider silks are very easy to get. If you are of the level to do this quest go to East Karana and kill spiders there, they drop the most per kill, generally. And they should be very green by this point.
#Anonymous, Posted: Apr 04 2002 at 4:42 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Elsh yer full of ****. Smithing to master with 200p? in 3 hours? Idiot. Go back to your Barney vids and friends that believe yout ********* we arent buyin it. Tard.
#Anonymous, Posted: Apr 09 2002 at 12:59 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Temper, temper. Think about taking so anger management. Smithing to 115 in 3 hours on 200 plat is easy (with good merchant faction in Freeport). You just smith a whole crap load of metal bits and make skewers. They trivial at 115.
tundra pelt rarity
# Mar 11 2002 at 4:15 PM Rating: Decent
28 posts
HQ Tundra pelts must be kinda rare. On TP server ppl auction to buy these for 200P+ (seen 500p once) - nice income for a mid 30's Ranger who can track and solo these things. 200-500p is scratch for lvl 60 peeps tho.
*This Paladin no longer drops in game*
Thouluxe Paells Server
RE: tundra pelt rarity
# Nov 28 2002 at 5:40 PM Rating: Default
The HQ Tundra Kodiak pelts _are_ fairly rare, they were the most difficult part of the quest. I spent about 4 hours hunting them near the IC bridge before I got 2 - but they were within 20 minutes of each other.

Combined the quest piece at 111 no sweat.
Zaanin al`Shelin
Dread Lord of Riddossan
RE: tundra pelt rarity
# May 06 2002 at 6:16 AM Rating: Default
107 posts
Umm how could it be a 'nice income' if they're 'kinda rare'? Seems like it would just be a lucky one-time money shot.
Parmenian Bladestorm
Champion of the north
RE: tundra pelt rarity
# Nov 08 2002 at 7:58 AM Rating: Default
Your ignorance is showing. Number 1.)Rangers TRACK things. Makes finding creatures that drop certain items Much easier. 2.)All he has to do is find 2 HQ pelts, and if he can sell them for 500pp, he's a k richer. Why don't you THINK before you post. It'll save space and prevent confusion. Oh, I forgot, your a warrior. You CAN'T think. hehe
All that is lost, is not Forsaken
#Anonymous, Posted: Mar 05 2002 at 2:17 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) I am confused!!! Please clear this up! Are they "pelts" or "hides"??? I have three HQ cougar Hides, and two HQ Kodiak Pelts. Pelts or hides???? The stackable kind? Or not stackable??
RE: Pelts or Hides??
# May 17 2002 at 6:53 AM Rating: Default
110 posts
Sounds to me like you have the right items. If they are called pelts or hides isn't really all that important - the HQ part is.

One type of the pelts/hides is stackable, the other is not - cannot remember which is which, though
RE: Pelts or Hides??
# May 29 2002 at 11:10 AM Rating: Decent
21 posts
Just to clear it up for those who haven't seen any yet, the cougar hides are not stackable, the kodiak pelts are. Hope this helps someone.
Dolark Dethbane
Dwarven Cavalier of the 2nd Stone
The Rathe
Failed at 47
# Feb 18 2002 at 4:38 PM Rating: Default
4 posts
Ya, failed at 36 and 47, will try later once I get to 51
Warder of Karana
Roll the dice!
# Jan 28 2002 at 4:26 PM Rating: Default
Got lucky with only a skill of 19!

Sohkar Murkblade
Ayonae Ro
Blanket not trivial at 36.
# Jan 11 2002 at 3:39 AM Rating: Default
I just succeeded at the combining of the 4 pelts (or skins, whatever) with a tailoring skill of 36.
I didn't get the trivial message.
# Dec 11 2001 at 11:49 AM Rating: Good
Ok, simple soultion to a VERY Simple problem, this should solve all of your problems at once =)



that should get you the results you are looking for, so, if it indeed is 42, then wait till you're at 84 skill, really not that hard to do for such a LONG Quest, and if you don't think you can handle waiting that long, then just don't do the quest at All, you aren't ready for "Ubah lewts"
these ring quests will take you to lvl 60, and beyond, the 10th ring i have only seen 4 people get, they were ALL lvl 60, with VERY Large lvl 55+/59+ guilds.. it takes a WHOLE LOT to do these quests, as the rewards are Massive, so is the Effort you will need to put into it, best to wait till 45+ to start the first one, when you're sittin around in a **** level that's annoyin yah, take some time an work on some trade skills, i was mastered in 5 trades before level 40, just cause i was bored, an know what, now, i can make a few Kpp a day if i really wanted to just be a trade/EC junkie, i prefer to do quests, and hang out with friends tho, and with these skills, i can do the Thurg quests, Pottery to mastery = 1 hour (around 50pp), smithing to mastery = about 3 hours (around 200pp), baking to mastery = about 2 hours (around 30-50pp), brewing to Mastery = about 2 or 3 hours (around 150pp), Fletching to mastery = 2 LONG hours (about 150pp), really doesn't take much, just a little research, and question asking in game even, i didn't have to to to some web site to learn how to get the skills mastered, haven't taken the time to master tailoring, or j/c yet, but hay, there's plenty of time for that soon enough, trade mastery's empower you with a sense of worth, makes yah look good when you can:
/auc master Brewer/fletcer/baker/potter, LFJob... you tend to get few tells offa that ;)
Have fun, and best of wishes to you on those skills needed for the Thurg quests, those quests can get you some Very nice items :)

Elsha Rosefae, Tunare's 44th Seasoned Ranger Karana Server
Give me a tell, i can help yah get them skills up if you need, and always have time to help a friend =)
RE: Tradeskills
# Dec 04 2003 at 5:00 PM Rating: Default
10 posts
hmm that will make it hard I need my baking trophy and that trivals at 250 plus so I will need a skill of 500 to try it ::::( more more baking. ( I HATE MISTY PICNICS!!!!!)
The fighter is to be always singleminded with one object in view: to fight, looking neither backward nor sidewise. To go straight forward in order to crush the enemy is all that is necessary for him.
#Anonymous, Posted: Nov 28 2001 at 12:04 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Is the blanket or the pelts NODROP? I mean could you have someone else make you the blanket if you give them the pelts?
RE: Blanket NODROP?
# Dec 02 2001 at 4:23 AM Rating: Decent
48 posts
Yes it is nodrop. And i too made it at a low skill and didnt fail, matter of fact i have never read or heard of anyone failing so maybe you dont need skill? Dunno, just a thought.
Feignz Ickypull
Master of Quellious
EQ's true "Tomb Raider"
eat my shorts Laura Croft

RE: Blanket NODROP?
# Jan 28 2002 at 4:01 AM Rating: Default
I failed at 36, so it CAN fail. HQ tundra kodiak pelts aren't as rare as people say though -- I got 2 in 3 kills and a total of 3 after only killing maybe 15 kodiaks.
RE: Blanket NODROP?
# Sep 02 2002 at 3:13 AM Rating: Decent
377 posts
I got nill in 20 kills so don't come and tell me they aren't rare, you just got lucky. The best I got out of the whole thing was two useless MQ ones.

Edited, Mon Sep 2 04:01:06 2002
Overlord Karlea Shadowforge (Firiona Vie)
RE: Blanket NODROP?
# Dec 07 2001 at 12:32 PM Rating: Default
I have 155 Tailoring, and I failed the blanket once hehe..

I'm 4 for 5
RE: Blanket NODROP?
# Dec 04 2001 at 10:03 AM Rating: Decent
13 posts
Well After hunting kodiaks for four hours, and finally paying 300pp for the final kodiak pelt I was missing, I tried to do the quest with 27 Tailoring, and I failed. So let my misfortune be a warning to you all, just cause others dont fail, doesnt mean your not going to.

Push Tempo
Xev - Level 43 - Iksar Monk
RE: Blanket NODROP?
# Dec 01 2001 at 12:09 PM Rating: Default
110 posts
The pelts are not no drop. The blanket itself is no drop, but this quest can be multiquested together with Ring 2.

Edited, Fri May 31 08:44:35 2002
# Nov 27 2001 at 2:18 PM Rating: Default
When you kill a kodiak it is not always replaced with another kodiak. It can be replaced with a snow cougar, dervish, dire wolf, whatever. What this means is that if you run around killing nothing but kodiaks, they will eventually get replaced with other stuff (that you are not killing) so kodiaks will gradually become more and more rare.

If you are having trouble finding them just start killing everything in sight. When stuff starts to repop you should begin finding a decent number of kodiaks again.

This is why there are so many kodiaks right after a patch, and so few a week later.
#Anonymous, Posted: Nov 23 2001 at 10:49 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Where can I find the info for the rest of the rings could any one post a site or a place to look?
made it!!!
# Nov 19 2001 at 8:00 PM Rating: Default
14 posts
Greetings all. just made the Blanket. Tailoring skill of 54 and wis of 198. Hope this helps.
# Nov 17 2001 at 9:32 PM Rating: Decent
8 posts
Success with 36 skill, 98 wis and 255 dex.

Not trivial.
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