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- Fat Mayor Requirements
- TL;DR What Does Wil Whitford Want in Fat Mayor?
One of the most confusing LOTRO Farmers Faire quests for newer players is Fat Mayor. This is The Shire. Food is part of the culture, and possibly the identity, of any Hobbit. And Mayor Will Whitford leads by example. But he appears to just stand at the end of the table of food in Bywater spouting random words!As you people seemed to search specifically for this quest, I’ve split it out from my Farmers Faire Guide so that you can see the solutions in one simple place. So let’s get on “helping” the Hobbit Mayor, shall we?
Fat Mayor RequirementsYou have to bring 6 things the Mayor asks for and not bring him 3 things he doesn’t want.
Do This Quest With Other OnesThis is time-consuming but yields 5 × Farmers Faire Tokens. However, you can do this alongside Bounder Rounds to reduce waiting time!
Fat Mayor SolutionsPlease be aware that not all comments made by the Mayor require something fetching. If in doubt, wait for another comment. You don’t get penalised for missing an item, only for fetching a wrong one!
- All this eating is hard work, I need to replenish! Water
- Bland bland bland: Salt
- Bread is too dry: Butter
- Did Opal forget to season this? Salt
- I need to cleanse my palate: Wine
- It burns, it burns! Milk
- It’s missing something: Salt
- Need something tart: Wine
- Needs a dab of something: Butter
- Nice and salty, but my mouth is now dry: Bucket of Water
- Not quite rich enough: Butter
- S- s- spicy, save me! Milk
- So Thirsty: Bucket of Water
- Spicy, spicy, spicy!: Milk
- Too fine a dish to be eaten without an accompaniment: Wine
- Too much pepper: Milk
Phrases to IgnoreThe following comments by Wil Whitford must be ignored. If you don’t you’ll add one to the 3 items he does not ask for.
- Adding to this dish would spoil its taste.
- Crisp flavour, hearty, and a clean aftertaste!
- First sweet, then salty, then savoury — the flavours compliment each other well!
- Lovely, lovely.
- Mmm! Whoever made this is worthy of great admiration.
- That was a passable meal, I suppose.