Shades of the Past (Rushgore) quest line choices vs rewards?
I've reached a point here I must choose one over the other. I asked some people in my kin but they aren't sure if there is any rewards difference between the two lines other than one thing which I have found a thread on the forums here that has screen shots of the two items. They are: a horn that summons oathbreakers or a medallion that gives you a buff. In game the one NPC says it's the Dishonoured Dead quest chain and the other says it's the Call of Honour line. I can't seem to find any list of what quests are in each chain to be able to find an answer to the question of are any of the rewards other than the two items mentioned are the same or not. So I'm hoping at least one person on here can provide the info based on the quests they have done on their toons.. Lorebook is missing as far as I can tell any game info for this region. And typical 3rd party sources such as the lotro-wiki are also greatly lacking in details. From it I managed to get info for the first quest in the Call of Honour chain and a quest before one of the instances.
I've reached a point here I must choose one over the other. I asked some people in my kin but they aren't sure if there is any rewards difference between the two lines other than one thing which I have found a thread on the forums here that has screen shots of the two items. Thanks
Difference is - if you accept the quest chain that gives you the medallion, you lose rep with the Dunlendings
There is a difference in the reward you receive as well. One quest line gives you a horn that you can use to call upon two (three?) oathbreakers to help you when you are doing the repeatable instance: "A Sunset Storm." The other gives you a medallion that you can use to buff yourself when doing a different repeatable instance: "Lights in the Land."
Definitely go for the horn as the help in that instance is much more valuable than the other (both repeatables are in the Brown Lands). I believe the quest line that involves redeeming the oathbreakers in some way is the one that gives the horn. As noted above, either instance can be done without these items with ease, but the Lights in the Land quest is already super easy. So go with the horn. It will also help you complete the Valour deed you get from killing Easterlings.