Punch the Clown

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Punch the Clown
Section Far Shiverpeaks Quests
Campaign Eye of the North
Given by Kilroy Stonekin
in Gunnar's Hold
(Far Shiverpeaks)
Followed by Kilroy Stonekin's Punch-Out Extravaganza!
Type Secondary quest
(Solo Quest)

Quest information[edit]




Accepting Kilroy's quest offer will not place the Brass Knuckles in your inventory yet, but you will have it once you enter the arena and will need to equip it in your weapon slot. Your skills will be replaced with the Brawling build. The Norn Brawlers will become hostile in order. First, two single brawlers will face you, then a pair and finally the last three. Your health is partially refilled any time you defeat a brawler, and the next set does not turn hostile until you have defeated all the previous group.

Although the pair and trio of Norn Brawlers move to the center of the arena as if they were a group, they actually are not together as a team and using a longbow/flatbow or slowly moving towards them from the side can help you pull just one at a time.




Initial dialogue[edit]

Kilroy Stonekin

"I've been training with these Norn to learn the ways of brass-knuckle brawling. I gotta say, them big fellas can fight! To them, you're nothing but a clown. But I'll teach ya what I've learned so you can jump in the ring and tangle with the best of 'em. Here, take these brass knuckles and crack a few skulls. It's good for the constitution!"
Yes Accept: "Excuse me while I line up my knuckles."
No Decline: "See these? These are the tears of a clown."
Ask Ask: "You will be removed from your party to fight alone. Are you ready to rumble?"
Yes It's go time! (Sent to Kilroy's Punchout Training if you have Brass Knuckles equipped or in your inventory, or have an open inventory slot.)
"You need an open inventory slot for the brass knuckles to accept this quest. Speak to me when you have inventory space." (If so.)
No I am not worthy.

Reward dialogue[edit]

Kilroy Stonekin

"So ya showed them Norn a whoppin' good time, eh? Ya did Kilroy proud!"


  • The line "It's go time!" was used in the movie Tommy Boy.
  • The line "I am not worthy." was used in the movie Wayne's World.