7.3 PTR Build 24539: Tier 21 Set Bonuses, Concordance and Feral Druid Updates


It’s time for the weekly Patch 7.3 PTR update! We’ll be frequently updating this post with new spell and item information over the course of the afternoon.

New things to test in this build include the second Argus Quest area, Mac’aree, Invasion Points, revamped Feral Druids, a few spells enhancing Concordance of the Legionfall, and the 7.3 Troops and Missions system. The missions system includes ways to burn off excess Order Hall resources; these resources will not be needed in Patch 7.3 for Artifact Knowledge Work Orders.

There are a handful of new items in this build: Argussian Reach Emissary points to a new faction and Formula: Chaos Shatter is welcome news for enchanters!

Blizzard

This week’s PTR update has a few new additions. First and foremost, the second Argus area – Mac’aree – is now available, including some new chapters of the 7.3 story as well as some new World Quests. Note that, in order to reach Mac’aree, you’ll need to have completed the previous story chapters. Please let us know what you think!

This update also opens up Invasion Points for testing. Once you’ve unlocked them by completing a short quest chain (which begins on the Vindicaar), you’ll start to see Invasion Points appearing on the Argus map. These are portals to other worlds that the Legion has begun invading, and as part of our efforts to shut down the Legion once and for all, you’ll be able to enter the portal and stop their invasion.

You should also be able to access 7.3’s new Troops and Missions. We’re making a few changes and improvements to the Mission system with these updates, including some new ways to catch up Champions that may be behind on item level, and several new missions (including a few that are designed to let you burn off any extra Order Hall Resources you might have stockpiled).

You’ll also see some pretty substantial changes for Feral Druids in this build. We’ve been trying to avoid making too many class changes in the 7.x.0 patches (keeping them mostly confined to 7.x.5 updates) but wanted to make sure we got these updates in for 7.3. We’re looking forward to hearing your feedback once you’ve had some hands-on time with the changes.

Note that the Seat of the Triumvirate dungeon is not accessible in today’s update. It wasn’t quite ready for PTR testing, so we’re keeping it locked down for now. It’ll be made available in a future PTR update (hopefully next week)!

Of course, as with all PTR updates, there are likely to be several other changes and updates as we continue iterating on 7.3 content. Thanks, and happy testing!

These updates may be related to an early prototype of the Netherlight Crucible. No blue posts have been made explaining these spells, so they could be placeholder or subject to change.

  • NEW   Increases the chance for Concordance of the Legionfall to trigger for all allies within 8 yards.
  • NEW   Your damage and healing is increased by 3% while Concordance of the Legionfall is active.

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Specialization (1)

  • Prowl   Activates Cat Form and places you into stealth until cancelled.
    Cooldown changed from 10 sec cooldown to 6 sec cooldown

Blizzard

Hi Cats,

We have a number of changes to Feral Druids coming soon. The general goals of these changes are:

  • 1. Reduce (but not necessarily displace entirely) the dominance of the big three complexifying and powerful talents: Savage Roar, Jagged Wounds, and Bloodtalons. Each of those talents is (on live) winning by a large margin in terms of throughput against other talents on their rows.
  • 2. Balance out the power level of the last 3 talent rows, allowing more talents builds to be viable.
  • 3. Increase the skill floor and reduce how punishing it can be to error when playing the rotation.
  • 4. Compensate for power-level-reductions of talents with baseline damage increase to the spec so that at the highest level, performance isn’t really affected, but the bottom of the spec is brought up.

The most major changes:

  • All damage done increased by 33%.
  • Jagged Wounds reduced to 20%. (down from 33%)
  • Savage Roar duration increased by 50% at all combo points. Damage bonus reduced to 15%. (down from 25%)
  • Bloodtalons damage bonus reduced to 25%. (down from 50%)


Looking back at the development of Feral Druid in Legion: when Savage Roar was moved from a baseline ability to the talent tree, in order to bring the power level of the ability closer to most talents (+25% damage to everything for a long duration is far stronger than most talents are), rather than reducing its damage bonus, its duration was significantly shortened instead. This contributed greatly to the overconstrained and overly punishing Feral rotation that you see on live today. Additionally, Jagged Wounds was added as a new talent, reducing the amount of free combo points Ferals had available to finishers such as Ferocious Bite (which was basically pushed out of the rotation entirely). Both talents probably would have been fine on their own, but taken together (because they were the strongest) at the live tuning values led to a more pressured Feral rotation than we felt was right.

Additionally, a few talents are being rearranged in the talent tree:


The primary gain here is moving Brutal Slash to a sort of multitarget/AOE lvl 90 talent row along with Sabertooth (which can be well-utilized in a sustained low-target situation), giving the lvl 90 row a solid talent for dungeons. For now, we want to go with an arrangement that keeps Jagged Wounds, Savage Roar, and Bloodtalons on separate rows so the current most common live build is still possible.

Other less major changes include quality of life and tuning adjustments to some talents to balance out the rows:

  • Prowl cooldown reduced to 6 sec (down from 10 sec) for all Druid specs.
  • Rebirth is castable in all forms, and consequently, is no longer affected by or consumes Predatory Swiftness.
  • Sabertooth damage bonus to Ferocious Bite increased to 20%.
  • Incarnation: King of the Jungle energy cost reduction reduced to 50% (down from 60%) and only allows the use of Prowl once. This it to balance out that talent row with the new Jagged Wounds and to reduce the frequency of Rake stuns in PvP while still allowing Incarnation: King of the Jungle to function as an effective Vanish.
  • Moment of Clarity now causes Omen of Clarity to trigger twice as often and increases the damage of the affected abilities by 25%. This is to better space out what is essentially a large energy proc and reduce slightly the impact that a single talent has on the resource income and pacing of the rotation.
  • Elune’s Guidance cooldown reduced to 30 sec (down from 45 sec) and combo points granted reduced to 5 + 5 over 5 seconds (down from 5 + 8 over 8 seconds).


Overall, with these changes, balance for the last 3 talent rows and consequently overall should be better in general. We expect the current most common build/playstyle of Jagged Wounds + Savage Roar + Bloodtalons to still remain one of the strongest builds, but it should no longer win by a huge margin over other competing talent builds and also should be a little less strenuous to play.

These changes should be available in an upcoming PTR build. As usual, we may make further adjustments – especially tuning – as PTR progresses.

Specialization (3)

  • Feral Druid   Effect #1 Apply Aura: Modifies Damage/Healing Done
    Value: 033%
    Affected Spells:
  • Effect #2 Apply Aura: Modifies Periodic Damage/Healing Done
    Value: 033%
    Affected Spells:

Predatory Swiftness   Your finishing moves have a 20% chance per combo point to make your next Regrowth Entangling Roots, or Rebirthor Entangling Roots instant, free, and castable in all forms.

Prowl   Activates Cat Form and places you into stealth until cancelled.
Cooldown changed from 10 sec cooldown to 6 sec cooldown

Talents (8)

  • Bloodtalons   Casting Regrowth causes your next two melee abilities to deal 50%25% increased damage for their full duration.
  • Brutal Slash   Strikes all nearby enemies with a massive slash, inflicting 2470% Physical damage.
    Awards 1 combo point.

    Now requires Level 90, down from 100
    Tier 6 Talent, in place of Jagged Wounds

  • Elune’s Guidance   Immediately gain 5 combo points and an additional 1 combo point every 1 sec for 85 sec.
    Now requires Level 100, up from 90
    Cooldown changed from 45 sec cooldown to 30 sec cooldown
    Tier 7 Talent, in place of Brutal Slash
  • Incarnation: King of the Jungle   An improved Cat Form that allows the use of Prowl once while in combat, causes Shred and Rake to deal damage as if stealth were active, reduces the cost of all Cat Form abilities by 60%50%, and increases maximum Energy by 50.
    Lasts 30 sec. You may shapeshift in and out of this improved Cat Form for its duration.
  • Jagged Wounds   Your Rip, Rake, and Thrash abilities deal the same damage as normal, but in 33%20% less time.
    Now requires Level 75, down from 90
    Tier 5 Talent, in place of Savage Roar
  • Moment of Clarity   Omen of Clarity now affects the next 3 Shreds, Thrashes, or Swipes and increases their damage by 15%.
    Your maximum Energy is increased by 30.triggers twice as often and increases the damage of your next Shred, Thrash, or Swipe by 25%.
    Your maximum Energy is increased by 30.
  • Sabertooth   Ferocious Bite deals 15%20% increased damage and always refreshes the duration of Rip.
  • Savage Roar   Finishing move that grants 25%15% increased damage to your Cat Form attacks for their full duration. Lasts longer per combo point:
    1 point : 8 seconds12 seconds
    2 points: 12 seconds18 seconds
    3 points: 16 seconds24 seconds
    4 points: 20 seconds30 seconds
    5 points: 24 seconds36 seconds
    Now requires Level 90, up from 75
    Tier 6 Talent, in place of Elune’s Guidance

Specialization (1)

  • Prowl   Activates Cat Form and places you into stealth until cancelled.
    Cooldown changed from 10 sec cooldown to 6 sec cooldown

Specialization (1)

  • Prowl   Activates Cat Form and places you into stealth until cancelled.
    Cooldown changed from 10 sec cooldown to 6 sec cooldown

Spells (3)

  • Prowl   Allows the Druid to vanish from sight, entering an improved stealth mode. Lasts until cancelled.
    Cooldown changed from 10 sec cooldown to 6 sec cooldown
  • Rebirth   Returns the spirit to the body, restoring a dead target to life with 60% health and 20% mana. Castable in combat. Usable in all shapeshift forms.
  • Sabertooth   Ferocious Bite deals 15%20% increased damage and always refreshes the duration of Rip.

Talents (1)

  • Weaponmaster   Your abilities have a 100%6% chance to hit the target twice each time they deal damage.
  • NEW   Shatters a Chaos Crystal into 2 Leylight Shards.

  • Illuminating the Core   High Exarch Turalyon has requested your assistance for an audacious assault against the Legion war machine.
  • Inches From Madness   Alleria has asked you to search the Ruins of Oranaar for any Krokul not yet consumed by the Shadow.
  • Reprisal   Wresting Argus from the Legion’s control will be for naught if the Void prevails. Expel the Shadowguard from Mac’Aree.
  • Securing Krokuun   Chieftain Hatuun has requested that you recover supplies hidden in Darkfall Ridge. In return, Krokul Ridgestalkers will help your forces navigate Argus’ desolate landscape.
  • Victims No Longer   The Krokul wish to rescue their brethren from Nath’raxas Hold before they are turned by the Fel. Should you succeed, the Legion’s influence in this region will diminish.

  • Antorus, the Burning Throne   Antorus, the Legion’s seat of power, is within reach. Before marching on the Burning Throne, send our forces to investigate.
    Now requires Item level 950, up from 900
  • Antorus, the Burning Throne   Antorus, the Legion’s seat of power, is within reach. Before marching on the Burning Throne, send our forces to investigate.
    Now requires Item level 950, up from 900
  • Antorus, the Burning Throne   Antorus, the Legion’s seat of power, is within reach. Before marching on the Burning Throne, send our forces to investigate.
    Now requires Item level 950, up from 900
  • Antorus, the Burning Throne   Antorus, the Legion’s seat of power, is within reach. Before marching on the Burning Throne, send our forces to investigate.
    Now requires Item level 950, up from 900

  • Fel Infusion   While the Fallen Avatar stands in lava, the damage of Sear is permanently increased by 15% every 22.5 sec.

  • 7.3 Follower Equipment – Argus – Legendary – All Missions/Spell   Equip a Champion with Fel-Infused Legion Effigy which grants:
  • 7.3 Follower Equipment – Argus – Legendary – Less Than 16/Spell   Equip a Champion with Augari Censorite Staff which grants:
  • 7.3 Follower Equipment – Argus – Legendary – More Than 16/Hazard   Equip a Champion with Pulsating Wrathguard Skull which grants:
  • 7.3 Follower Equipment – Argus – Legendary – More Than 16/Minion   Equip a Champion with Volatile Stygian Scroll which grants:
  • 7.3 Follower Equipment – Argus – Legendary – Success/Duration   Equip a Champion with Praetorium Tome of Arcana which grants:
  • 7.3 Follower Equipment – Argus – Lightforged – All Missions   Equip a Champion with Momento of Light which grants: Memento of the Lightforged which grants:
  • 7.3 Follower Equipment – Argus – Lightforged – Less Than 16   Equip a Champion with Sanctified ArmsArmaments of the Light which grants:
  • 7.3 Follower Equipment – Argus – Lightforged – More Than 16   Equip a Champion with Exalted Xenedar Hammer which grants:
  • 7.3 Follower Equipment – Argus – Voidscarred – Spells   Equip a Champion with Impervious Shadowweave Hood which grants:
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  • NEW   Inflicts 975000 to 1025000 Nature damage to enemies within 5 yards.
  • NEW   The Ur’zhul’s death creates an Acid Globule nearby.
  • NEW   Atacks have a chance to trigger an Acid Blast.
  • NEW   Pounces an enemy, inflicting 150 Shadow damage to all enemies near the point of impact.
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  • Annihilation   The Fel Reaver calls annihilation missiles down, inflicting 2850000 to 3150000 Fire damage split between players within 4 yards. Enemies hit also receive 304000 to 336000213000 to 235000 Fire damage every 1 sec for 10 sec.
    Impacts that are not absorbed inflict 1900000 to 2100000 Fire damage to everyone.
  • Annihilation   The Fel Reaver calls annihilation missiles down, inflicting 2850000 to 3150000 Fire damage split between players within 4 yards. Enemies hit also receive 304000 to 336000213000 to 235000 Fire damage every 1 sec for 10 sec.
    Impacts that are not absorbed inflict 1900000 to 2100000 Fire damage to everyone.
  • Annihilation   The Fel Reaver calls annihilation missiles down, inflicting 2850000 to 3150000 Fire damage split between players within 4 yards. Enemies hit also receive 304000 to 336000213000 to 235000 Fire damage every 1 sec for 10 sec.
    Impacts that are not absorbed inflict 1900000 to 2100000 Fire damage to everyone.
  • Annihilation   The Fel Reaver calls annihilation missiles down, inflicting 2850000 to 3150000 Fire damage split between players within 4 yards. Enemies hit also receive 304000 to 336000213000 to 235000 Fire damage every 1 sec for 10 sec.
    Impacts that are not absorbed inflict 1900000 to 2100000 Fire damage to everyone.
  • Annihilation   The Fel Reaver calls annihilation missiles down, inflicting 2850000 to 3150000 Fire damage split between players within 4 yards. Enemies hit also receive 304000 to 336000213000 to 235000 Fire damage every 1 sec for 10 sec.
    Impacts that are not absorbed inflict 1900000 to 2100000 Fire damage to everyone.
  • Annihilation   The Fel Reaver calls annihilation missiles down, inflicting 2850000 to 3150000 Fire damage split between players within 4 yards. Enemies hit also receive 304000 to 336000213000 to 235000 Fire damage every 1 sec for 10 sec.
    Impacts that are not absorbed inflict 1900000 to 2100000 Fire damage to everyone.
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  • NEW   Strikes the target with a blast of energy, inflicting Arcane damage
  • NEW   Hurls a magical bolt at an enemy, inflicting Arcane damage.
  • NEW   Strikes the target with a blast of energy, inflicting Arcane damage
  • NEW   Creates a whirlwind of arcane energy around the caster, inflicting Arcane damage to all nearby enemies.
  • NEW   Arcane Discharge deals 30% of the targets health and increases the damage of the next Arcane Discharge by 100%.
  • NEW   Fires an orb of energy at the enemy, inflicting Arcane damage.
  • Arcane Shot   Focus gained through use of Arcane Shot.
  • NEW   Sends out a volley of arcane missiles, inflicting Arcane damage to all nearby enemies.
  • NEW   Fires a bolt of arcane lightning at an enemy, inflicting Arcane damage.
  • NEW   Wards the caster against damage, absorbing up to 750000 damage.
  • Argus Troop – Recruit Felbroken   Recruit a pack of FelbrokenKrokul Ridgestalker to accompany your Champions on missions.
  • NEW   Inflicts 975000 to 1025000 Fire damage to enemies within 8 yards.
  • NEW   Inflicts Fire damage.
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  • NEW   Deals 4000 Holy damage.
  • NEW   Allies within 8 yards deal 1500 additional Holy damage and take 1500 less damage from all incoming sources.
  • Baleful Beam   The caster focuses their gaze into a beam of concentrated Shadow energies. Players caught in the beam suffer 1850000 to 2150000 Shadow damage.2775000 to 3225000 Shadow damage.
  • Barman Shanker   Your melee attacks have a chance to cause the target to bleed for 10100 damage over 30 sec.
  • Berserking   Increases all damage done by 20% and all healing done by 20%.
  • NEW   When Eye Beam finishes fully channeling, your Haste is increased by 15% for 8 sec.
  • NEW   Inflicts Fire damage to enemies in a cone in front of the caster and additional Fire damage over 6 sec.
  • Blood Soaked Blade   With weapons coated in foul blood, Attacks have a chance to inflict an additional 14250 to 15750 Shadow damage every 1 sec. This effect stacks.
  • Blood Soaked Blade  
  • Blood Soaked Blade   With weapons coated in foul bloodcoalesced power, demon attacks have a chance to inflict an additional 14250 to 15750 Shadow damage every 1 sec. This effect stacks.
    Receiving any CC causes the demon to drop this blade.gem.
  • Blood Soaked Blade   With weapons coated in foul bloodcoalesced power, demon attacks have a chance to inflict an additional 14250 to 15750 Shadow damage every 1 sec. This effect stacks.
    Receiving any CC causes the demon to drop this blade.gem.
  • Blood Soaked Blade  
  • Blood Soaked Blade  
  • Bloodtalons   Casting Regrowth causes your next two melee abilities to deal 50%25% increased damage for their full duration.
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  • NEW   All damage done increased by 25%.
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  • Book of the Dead   SummonsYour attacks have a chance to summon a Skeleton that will protect you for 1 min.
    Procs per minute changed from 2 to 1
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  • NEW   Heals for 9 to 11% of Maximum Health.
  • NEW   Damaging an enemy or helping an ally summons a Broken Essence. When picked up the Broken Essence heals for 9 to 11% of Maximum Health.
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  • Call of the Void Stalker   Call upon a Void Stalker to perform two crossing line attacks in front of youstrike your target from two directions inflicting 5000 Physical damage to all enemies in its path.each time it strikes.
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  • Cannonball Runner   Summons a cannonYour attacks have a chance to summon a cannon for 10 sec that will fire at enemies in front of it.that are attacking you.
  • NEW   Deals Shadow damage to all enemies in a cone in front of the caster.
  • Chilled Blood   GlaciaDiima applies a healing absorb to random enemy players. When the effect ends, the target is frozen for a duration based on the amount of heal absorbtionabsorption remaining.
  • Buffeting Winds  
  • Buffeting Winds   A powerful wind knocks away nearby enemies, inflicting 475000 to 525000 Frost damage.
    NEW Effect #1 School Damage
    Value: 474999

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NEW   Fires a burst of Holy energy in front of the caster, setting denizens of Ven’orn’s Lair ablaze.

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Closing  
NEW   Versatility increased by 1000.

Collapsing World   Creates a portal to a collapsing world, inflicting 5850000 to 6150000 Fire damage and knocking back1170000 to 1230000 Shadow damage to all players on the nexus platform. This effect is decreased the further the player isPlayers within 30 yds suffer an additional 5850000 to 6150000 Shadow damage and are knocked away from the portal.explosion.

Collapsing World   Creates a portal to a collapsing world, inflicting 5850000 to 6150000 Fire damage and knocking back1170000 to 1230000 Shadow damage to all players on the nexus platform. This effect is decreased the further the player isPlayers within 30 yds suffer an additional 5850000 to 6150000 Shadow damage and are knocked away from the portal.explosion.

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Crest of Retribution   DealsAttacks against you have a chance to return 5 to 35 Holy damage every time you block.to the attacker.

NEW   Increases the time between an enemy’s attacks by 100% and slows its movement by 50%, in addition to reducing its Strength, Agility and Intellect by 50%. Lasts 8 sec.

Crippling Cold   The intense cold inflicts 1% maximum health as Frost damage. Ice PrisonBrazier’s Warmth removes Crippling Cold.

NEW   Strikes the target with both blades, inflicting Physical damage.

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NEW   Blasts an area, inflicting 75% of maximum health as Fire damage and knocking back targets.

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Oppressive Darkness   Fills the target with dark energy, inflicting Shadow damage every 1 sec for 5 sec. When this effect expires, the target explodes, inflicting additional Shadow damage.

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NEW   Summons a trio of crystal turrets, which inflict Arcane damage randomly to nearby enemies.

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NEW   Hurls a ball of void energy at the target, inflicting 125 Shadow damage.

Dark Eruption   Varimathras tears open 3 rifts under random players. Each rift inflicts 500000 Shadow damage every 23 sec for 6 sec. When the rift expires it inflicts 3900000 to 4100000 Shadow damage to all players within its radius.

Dark Fissure   Varimathras tears open 3 rifts under random players. Each rift inflicts 500000 Shadow damage every 23 sec for 6 sec. When the rift expires it inflicts 3900000 to 4100000 Shadow damage to all players within its radius.

Dark Fissure   Varimathras tears open 3 rifts under random players. Each rift inflicts 500000 Shadow damage every 23 sec for 6 sec. When the rift expires it inflicts 3900000 to 4100000 Shadow damage to all players within its radius.

NEW   Hits the target in the chest with dark energy, inflicting Shadow damage and knocking the target back.

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NEW   Strikes all enemies in a cone in front of the caster, inflicting Shadow damage and knocking them back.

NEW   The caster casts spores at random locations nearby, inflicting 0 Decay damage to all players within 8 yards of the impact.

NEW   The Spore Stalk reacts violently, inflicting 1850000 to 2150000 Decay damage to all players within 10 yards.

NEW   The caster casts spores at random locations nearby, inflicting 925000 to 1075000 Decay damage to all players within 5 yards of the impact.

NEW   Fires bolts of dark energy at all nearby enemies, inflicting Shadow damage.

Dark Withering   Withers the target, inflicting 250000 Shadow damage and reducing damage doneincreasing damage taken by 10% for 5 sec.

Dark Withering   Withers the target, inflicting 250000 Shadow damage and reducing damage doneincreasing damage taken by 10% for 5 sec.

NEW   Activates Cat Form and increases movement speed by 150%, reducing by 20% every second, while in Cat Form for 4 sec.

NEW   Enshrouds the target with defensive magic, reducing damage taken by 75%.

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Destroy the Wall, Start the Assault  
Destroyer’s Boon   Sargeras’ blessing imbues the Felhounds with Rage of the Destroyer while within 40 yards toof each other.

Destroyer’s Boon   Sargeras’ blessing imbues the Felhounds with Rage of the Destroyer while within 40 yards toof each other.

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NEW   Hymdall throws an enchanted blade towards a random player. Upon landing the blade begins to whirl, inflicting 170625 to 179375 Physical damage every 2 sec to all enemies within the zone.

NEW   Healing Wave and Healing Surge casts have a 30% chance to heal a player standing in your Healing Rain for 100% of the amount.

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NEW   Hurls a ball of void energy at the target, inflicting 125 Shadow damage.

NEW   Expels a virulent plague, inflicting Nature damage and additional Nature damage every 1 sec for 5 sec.

NEW   Rapidly strikes the target with extra force, inflicting Physical damage.

NEW   Earth Shock has a 30% chance to cause an Elemental Overload.

NEW   Each cast of Lava Burst increases the damage of your next Earth Shock by 10%. Stacks up to 3 times.

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NEW   Orders a bombardment at the caster’s location, inflicting Fire damage at each of the impact points.

NEW   Orders a bombardment at the caster’s location, inflicting Fire damage at each of the impact points.

NEW   Strikes the target with an arcane infused blade, inflicting Arcane damage and increasing Arcane damage taken by 50% for 6 sec

NEW   The caster is empowered. All Fire and Shadow damage dealt is increased by 50%.

Empowered   After Apocalypse Drive, the fel reaver empowers all weapon systems, increasing damage inflicted by 35%20% per stack.

Empowered Pulse Grenade   The caster hurls outsticks several Empowered Pulse Grenades at players. Those struckto players. These inflict 650000 Nature damage to all players within 5 yds and knock them away.others away every 2 sec.

Empowered Pulse Grenade   The caster hurls outsticks several Empowered Pulse Grenades at players. Those struckto players. These inflict 650000 Nature damage to all players within 5 yds and knock them away.others away every 2 sec.

Empowered Pulse Grenade   The caster hurls outsticks several Empowered Pulse Grenades at players. Those struckto players. These inflict 650000 Nature damage to all players within 5 yds and knock them away.others away every 2 sec.

Empowered Pulse Grenade   The caster hurls outsticks several Empowered Pulse Grenades at players. Those struckto players. These inflict 650000 Nature damage to all players within 5 yds and knock them away.others away every 2 sec.

Empowered Pulse Grenade   The caster hurls outsticks several Empowered Pulse Grenades at players. Those struckto players. These inflict 650000 Nature damage to all players within 5 yds and knock them away.others away every 2 sec.

NEW   Grants 200 Artifact Power to your currently equipped Artifact.

NEW   Grabbing the spores from this vine has filled you with intense energy, causing you to run uncontrollably. Any Spore Stalks you pass through will burst, giving you Embedded Spores.

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NEW   The air is so thick with spores that players get embedded with them just by standing in the area. The energized vines will react to any such players in their vicinity, inflicting 323750 to 376250 Nature damage and removing any applications of Embedded Spores.

NEW   Opens up a series of rifts, which explode with energy, inflicting Arcane damage to all enemies in a line.

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NEW   Opens up a series of rifts, which explode with energy, inflicting Arcane damage to all enemies in a line.

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Essence of F’harg   Increases Versatility by 0. This effect is increased to 0 while a nearby tank-specialized ally bears the Essence of Shatug.

Essence of Shatug   Increases Armor by 0. This effect is increased to 0 while a nearby tank-specialized ally bears the Essence of F’harg.

NEW   Swings the caster’s weapon wildly in an arc, inflicting Physical damage to all enemies in a cone.

NEW   Rockbiter causes the target to take 10% increased Fire and Nature damage from your attacks for until cancelled.

NEW   Flanking Strike has a 10% chance to increase the critical strike chance of your next Raptor Strike within until cancelled by 100%..

NEW   Burns the enemy, inflicting Fire damage and additional Fire damage every 1 sec for 5 sec.

NEW   Causes a meteor of fel energy to fall from the sky, inflicting Fire damage to all enemies at the impact point.

NEW   Causes a meteor of fel energy to fall from the sky, inflicting Fire damage to all enemies at the impact point.

NEW   Expels fel energy, inflicting Fire damage to all enemies in front of the caster.

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NEW   The corruption of the Legion has taken hold of this creature.

NEW   Smacks the target a punch infused with felfire, inflicting Fire damage.

NEW   The Burning Gates of Antorus ward away enemies, inflicting Fire damage.

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NEW   Causes a nearby Fel Geyser to erupt!

Light Cannon   Fire a burst of light at enemies.

  • NEW Effect #1 School Damage
    Value: 1088999

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NEW   Instantly burns the target with felfire, inflicting Fire damage and additional Fire damage every 1 sec for 4 sec

NEW   Stabs the target with both fel-infused weapons, inflicting Fire damage and additional Fire damage every 1 sec for 5 sec

NEW   Sunders the targets armor with felfire, inflicting Fire damage and increasing damage taken by 150% for 4 sec.

NEW   Hurls molten fel at an enemy, inflicting Fire damage.

NEW   Hurls molten fel at an enemy, inflicting Fire damage.

NEW   Inflicts Fire damage to an enemy.

NEW   Attacks against the caster have a chance to inflict Fire damage to the attacker.

NEW   Slices the target, inflicting Physical damage.

NEW   The caster explodes upon death, inflicting 125 Shadow damage to all nearby enemies and additionally inflicting 125 Shadow damage every 5 sec for until cancelled.

Felsilk Wrap   Blasts a player with webbing, inflicting 1279687 to 1345313 Nature damage and knocking them back. This stuns the target within the webbing and inflicts 262500 Nature damage every 1 sec until it is destroyed.

Felsilk Wrap   Blasts a player with webbing, inflicting 1279687 to 1345313 Nature damage and knocking them back. This stuns the target within the webbing and inflicts 262500 Nature damage every 1 sec until it is destroyed.

Felsilk Wrap   Blasts a player with webbing, inflicting 1279687 to 1345313 Nature damage and knocking them back. This stuns the target within the webbing and inflicts 262500 Nature damage every 1 sec until it is destroyed.

Fiery Strike   Sister IgnixNoura sets her sabers ablaze, inflicting 4387500 to 4612500 Fire damage in a cone in front of her, and increasing damage taken by Fiery Strike by 50%. This effect stacks.

Fire Blast   Your ranged attacks have a chance to blast the target for 12 to 18 Fire damage.
Procs per minute changed from None to 2
Fireball   Your melee attacks have a chance to hurl a fiery ball that causes 0 Fire damage and an additional 0 damage over 6 sec.

Flame Wrath   Your melee attacks have a chance to envelop the caster with a Fire shield for until cancelled15 sec and shoot a ring of fire dealing 0 damage to all nearby enemies.

Flame Wrath   Your melee attacks have a chance to envelop the caster with a Fire shield for until cancelled15 sec and shoot a ring of fire dealing 0 damage to all nearby enemies.

Flash Freeze   The frigid cold blows through, decreasing movement speed by 15% for 6 sec. Frozen is triggered when Flash Freeze expires if player is not effected by Brazier’s Warmth.

Frozen   The harsh cold freezes you solid, stunning everyone for 5 sec.

Flashfreeze   The SisterDiima freezes her current enemy, inflicting 975000 to 1025000 Frost damage and stunning the target for 6 sec.

NEW   Melding souls.

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NEW   Instantly explodes with pent up energy, inflicting Arcane damage to all nearby enemies.

Grant Order Resources (200)   Gain 200 Order Resources.

Grant Order Resources (4000)   Gain 4000 Order Resources.

Gravitational Reduction Slippers   Affix the Gravitational Reduction Slippers to your current footwear allowing you to jump higher.and fall farther.

NEW   Infuses the caster with a great amount of arcane energy, absorbing 1500000 damage. Additionaly, while the shield is active, Arcane damage done is increased by 50%

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NEW   Increases the chance for Concordance of the Legionfall to trigger for all allies within 8 yards.

Houndmaster’s Weapons   Your ranged attacks have a chance to deal an additional 12 Physical damage to Beasts.

Procs per minute changed from None to 2
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Hypnotize   HypnotizesDeceives the mind of all healers within 35 yds, reducing their healing and absorbs done by 100%. This lucid dream slows movement speed by 70% and restores 2%restores 100% maximum mana every 15 seconds and lasts 10 min.

NEW   Each cast of Mongoose Bite increases the damage of your next Raptor Strike by 10%. Stacks up to 6 times.

NEW   Burns the enemy with felfire, inflicting Fire damage.

NEW   Sweeps the caster’s axe in a wide arc, inflicting Fire damage to all enemies in a cone in front of the caster.

NEW   Recovering from the madness has made you temporarily immune to the effects of Maddening Spores.

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NEW   Standing near Invigorating Pollen increases Haste by 75%.

Item – Attack Crits Proc Agi   Your critical strikes have a chance to grant 2573 Agility for 2515 sec.

Item – Death Knight T21 Blood 4P Bonus – Vampiric Blood Rune Haste   While Vampiric Blood is active, your runes regenerate 0% faster.

Item – Demon Hunter T21 Havoc 2P Bonus – Eye Beam Damage   Eye Beam damage increased by 0%30%.

Item – Demon Hunter T21 Havoc 4P Bonus – Haste After Eye Beam   When Eye Beam finishes fully channeling, your Haste is increased by 0% for 0 sec.15% for 8 sec.

Item – Demon Hunter T21 Vengeance 2P Bonus – Demon Spike Parry Chance   While Demon Spikes is active, your parry chance is increased by an additional 0%5%.

Item – Demon Hunter T21 Vengeance 4P Bonus – Parry Reduces Meta CD   When you parry an attack, the cooldown of Metamorphosis is reduced by 0 sec.5.0 sec. This can only occur once every 1.0 sec.

Item – Druid T21 Guardian 2P Bonus – Gore Proc Reduces Barkskin Cooldown   When Gore activates, the cooldown of Survival InstinctsBarkskin is reduced by 0 sec.

Item – Hunter T21 Beast Mastery 2P Bonus – Kill Command Damage   Kill Command damage increased by 0%10%.

Item – Hunter T21 Beast Mastery 4P Bonus – Wild Call Kill Command Reset   When Wild Call resets the cooldown of Dire Beast, the cooldown of Kill Command is reduced by 01.0 seconds.

Item – Hunter T21 Marksmanship 2P Bonus – Marked Shot Sometimes Shoots Twice   Marked Shot has a 0%15% chance to fire at the target an additional time.

Item – Hunter T21 Marksmanship 4P Bonus – Marked Shot Buffs Focus Builders   When Marked Shot deals damage, the damage of your next Focus generating
Sidewinders
Sidewinder
Arcane Shot is increased by 0%, and it will generate 0% additional Focus. Stacks up to 0 times.
Sidewinders
20
20% or Multi-Shot damage by 20%, and your next
Sidewinders
Sidewinder
Arcane Shot will generate an additional
Sidewinders
7
5 Focus, or your next Multi-shot will generate an additional 1 Focus.

Item – Hunter T21 Survival 2P Bonus – Flanking Strikes Buffs Raptor Strike Crit   Flanking Strike has a 0%10% chance to increase the critical strike chance of your next Raptor Strike by 0%.within until cancelled by 100%.

Item – Hunter T21 Survival 4P Bonus – Mongoose Bite Buffs Raptor Strike Damage   Each cast of Mongoose Bite increases the damage of your next Raptor Strike by 0%10%. Stacks up to 06 times.

Item – Rogue T21 Assassination 2P Bonus – Envenom Increases Poison Crit Chance   While Envenom is on theWhen you Envenom a target, your Deadly and Wound poisons have 0% increasesincreased chance to critically strike the target.

Item – Rogue T21 Assassination 4P Bonus – Poison Crit Generates Energy   When your Deadly or Wound poisons critically strike the target, you have 0%101% chance to gain 01 Energy.

Item – Rogue T21 Outlaw 2P Bonus – Extra Saber Slash Buffs Run Through   Extra attacks from Saber Slash increase the damage of your next Run Through by 0%5%, stacking up to 04 times.

Item – Shaman T21 Elemental 2P Bonus – Lava Burst Buffs Earth Shock   Each cast of Lava Burst increases the damage of your next Earth Shock by 0%10%. Stacks up to 03 times.

Item – Shaman T21 Elemental 4P Bonus – Earth Shock Overload   Earth Shock has a 0%30% chance to cause an Elemental Overload.

Item – Shaman T21 Enhancement 2P Bonus – Rockbiter Buffs Fire/Nature Damage   Rockbiter causes the target to take 0%10% increased Fire and Nature damage from your attacks for 4 sec.until cancelled.

Item – Shaman T21 Enhancement 4P Bonus – Stormstrike Resets Rockbiter   Casting Stormstrike has a 0%15% chance to add a charge of Rockbiter.

Item – Shaman T21 Restoration 2P Bonus – Immediate Heal In Healing Rain Area   When you cast Healing Rain, 0up to 6 allies within its area are immediately healed for 06.

Item – Shaman T21 Restoration 4P Bonus – Heal Copies to Player in Healing Rain   Healing Wave and Healing Surge casts have a 0%30% chance to heal a player standing in your Healing Rain for 0%100% of the amount.

NEW   An improved Cat Form that allows the use of Prowl once while in combat, causes Shred and Rake to deal damage as if stealth were active, reduces the cost of all Cat Form abilities by 50%, and increases maximum Energy by 50.
Lasts 30 sec. You may shapeshift in and out of this improved Cat Form for its duration.

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L’ura’s Word   Listen to the Whispers of L’ura for 45 sec, sec, causing your healing effects to have a chance to dogranting the chance for your healing spells to heal for an additional 0.healing.

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Leeching Void   Void energy pools at your feet for 10 secssec, dealing 0 Shadow damage every 1 secs to enemies standing in itto targets standing within the area. You are healed for 200% of the damage dealt.

NEW   Fills the caster with unholy strength, increasing damage done by 25%

Light Cannon   Fire a burst of light at enemies.

NEW   Haste increased by 1500.
Movement speed increased by 1500.

NEW   Protected by the Army of the Light.

Lightblood Elixir   Increases damage by 100000 against demons. OnlyInfuses the player with Light energy allowing them to sometimes deal extra damage against demons. Lasts 15 min.
Only usable outdoors on Argus and the Broken Isles. Lasts 30 min.Broken Isles and Argus.

NEW   Infuses the player with Light energy allowing them to sometimes deal extra damage against demons. Lasts 15 min.
Only usable outdoors on Broken Isles and Argus.

NEW   Adds City Center to your Navigation Console.

NEW   Adds the Conservatory of the Arcane to your Navigation Console.

NEW   Adds Destiny Point to your Navigation Console.

NEW   Adds Krokuun to your Navigation Console.

NEW   Adds Prophet’s Reflection to your Navigation Console.

NEW   Adds Shadowguard Incursion to your Navigation Console.

NEW   Adds Triumvirat’es End to your Navigation Console.

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Lord General’s Sword   Your melee attacks have a chance to increase your Strength or Agility by 0 for 3015 sec.

Lord General’s Sword   Your melee attacks have a chance to increase your Strength or Agility by 0 for 3015 sec.

NEW  
NEW   Standing in the disease cloud will cause the victims to succumb to Maddening Spores, causing them to attack their allies until their health is reduced below 50%.

NEW   Standing in the disease cloud will cause the victims to succumb to Maddening Spores, causing them to attack their allies until their health is reduced below 50%.

NEW   The caster roars, increasing their damage done by 10%. This effect stacks

NEW   Target the Vindicaar’s anti-air guns on an Immortal Squadron Fighter.

Mark of the Dragon Lord   A protective mana shield surrounds the caster absorbing 500 damage. While the shield holds, increases Versatility by 44 for 31 min.

NEW   Mastery increased by 1000.
Avoidance increased by 1000.

Meteor Storm   The Paraxis causes a series of Meteors to strike down, inflicting 13000001850000 to 2150000 Fire damage to all players within 8 yards of their impact.

Meteor Storm   The Paraxis causes a series of Meteors to strike down, inflicting 13000001850000 to 2150000 Fire damage to all players within 8 yards of their impact.

Meteor Storm   The Paraxis causes a series of Meteors to strike down, inflicting 13000001850000 to 2150000 Fire damage to all players within 8 yards of their impact.

Meteor Storm   The Paraxis causes a series of Meteors to strike down, inflicting 13000001850000 to 2150000 Fire damage to all players within 8 yards of their impact.

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Multi-Shot   Fires several missiles, hitting your current target and all enemies within 8 yards for 100% Physical damage
Beast Mastery (Level 50)
and triggering Beast Cleave
Marksmanship
Generates 3 Focus per target hit.

NEW   Your damage and healing is increased by 3% while Concordance of the Legionfall is active.

NEW   Your damage and healing is increased by 3% while Concordance of the Legionfall is active.

NEW   Channels a barrage of arcane energy at an enemy, inflicting Arcane damage every 2 sec for 6 sec

NEW   Channels a barrage of arcane energy at an enemy, inflicting Arcane damage every 2 sec for 6 sec

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NEW   Charges up the caster with energy, inflicting Arcane damage to all nearby enemies every 1 sec for 5 sec

NEW  
NEW   Open the container.

NEW   Overloads the caster’s familiar with Arcane energy, causing them to explode, inflicting Arcane damage every 1 sec for 6 sec

NEW  
NEW   Overwhelms the target with a series of strikes infused with fel energy, inflicting Fire damage.

Soulbomb  
Soulbomb Detonation  
Plagueburst  
Soulburst Detonation  
Pool of Pure Void   Void energy pools at your feet for 10 secssec, dealing 0 Shadow damage every 1 secs to enemies standing in itto targets standing within the area. You are healed for 200% of the damage dealt.

Predatory Swiftness   Your finishing moves have a 20% chance per combo point to make your next Regrowth Entangling Roots, or Rebirthor Entangling Roots instant, free, and castable in all forms.

Prototype Gravitational Reduction Slippers   Affix the Prototype Gravitational Reduction Slippers to your current footwear allowing you to jump higher.and fall farther.

Prototype Gravitational Reduction Slippers   Affix the Prototype Gravitational Reduction Slippers to your current footwear allowing you to jump higher.and fall farther.

Prototype Gravitational Reduction Slippers   Affix the Prototype Gravitational Reduction Slippers to your current footwear allowing you to jump higher.and fall farther.

NEW  
NEW   Fire a burst of light at enemies.

NEW   Fire a burst of light at enemies.

NEW   When you cast Healing Rain, up to 6 allies within its area are immediately healed for 6.

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NEW   Your spells and abilities have the chance to cause Refractive Shell, absorbing 25 Magic damage. Lasts 10 sec.

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Essence of the Hounds   Transform to Essence of F’harg.+0 Versatility when attuned to Shatug, or +0 Armor when attuned to F’harg.
This effect is increased by 20% if a nearby tank-specialized ally bears the opposite Essence.

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Relentlessness   Your critical strikes have a chance to grant 2573 Agility for 2515 sec.

Rend   Your melee attacks have a chance to cause the target to bleed for 10100 damage over 30 sec.

Drag Trooper   Sling a rope around a Trampled Trooper and drag them to safety.

Retribution   DealsAttacks against you have a chance to return 5 to 35 Holy damage every time you block.to the attacker.
Procs per minute changed from None to 3
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Ruiner Annihilation   The Fel Reaver calls annihilation missiles down, inflicting 2850000 to 3150000 Fire damage split between players within 4 yards. Enemies hit also receive 304000 to 336000213000 to 235000 Fire damage every 1 sec for 10 sec.
Impacts that are not absorbed inflict 1900000 to 2100000 Fire damage to everyone.

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NEW   Coming into contact with a Sacred Vine roots the target and inflicts 750000 Nature damage every 2 sec for 8 sec.

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Savage Roar   Finishing move that grants 25%15% increased damage to your Cat Form attacks for their full duration. Lasts longer per combo point:
1 point : 8 seconds12 seconds
2 points: 12 seconds18 seconds
3 points: 16 seconds24 seconds
4 points: 20 seconds30 seconds
5 points: 24 seconds36 seconds

Shadow Blades   The PriestessMother conjures three blades of shadow and sends them flying forward. Enemies that collide with the blades are knocked back and take 487500 to 512500 Shadow damage.

Shadow Bolt   Hurls a bolt of dark magic at an enemy, inflicting Shadow damage.

NEW   Hurls a bolt of dark magic at an enemy, inflicting Shadow damage.

NEW   Your spells have a chance to grant you and a nearby ally 3 Mastery for 10 sec

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NEW   The Void dwells within you. Haste and movement speed increased by 25%, but magic damage taken is increased by 50%.

NEW   Varimathras marks his prey, charging through the darkness towards them after 5 sec. As he charges, Varimathras will hunt the first target he hits, inflicting 1462500 to 1537500 Shadow damage and knocking the target back.

NEW   Extra attacks from Saber Slash increase the damage of your next Run Through by 5%, stacking up to 4 times.

NEW   Critical strike increased by 1500.

NEW  
Shrapnel Blast   Stepping near a shrapnel mine causes it to trigger, inflicting 2437500 to 2562500 Physical damage and causing targets within 7 yds to bleed for 1150000 Physical damage every 2 sec for 30 sec.

Shrapnel Blast   Stepping near a shrapnel mine causes it to trigger, inflicting 2437500 to 2562500 Physical damage and causing targets within 7 yds to bleed for 1150000 Physical damage every 2 sec for 30 sec.

Shroud of Arcane Echoes   Shrouds youryourself for 10 sec. While shrouded, you are untargetable by enemies. Attacking cancels the effect.
Only usable on Argus.

Skullforge Brand   Your melee attacks have a chance to drain 260 health from the target over 30 sec.sec.

Skullforge Reaver   Your melee attacks have a chance to drain 260 health from the target over 30 sec.sec.

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Spear of Doom   The Paraxis causes a series of Meteors to strike down, inflicting 1300000 damage to all players within 8 yards of their impact.focuses a beam of intense Fel energy that chases after a nearby player, leaving Fel Wakes in its path.
Creates a zone of smoldering Fel that will burn all players for 578000 to 607000 Fire damage every second and increases the movement speed of all Legion forces by 30%.
If the target is currently standing in a Fel Wake, then a Fel Detonation occurs, killing the victim instantly.

NEW  
NEW   The creature is filled with spores due to exposure. On death, the spores will form a pool of spores on the ground that will inflict Decay damage to any player entering the area.

NEW   This creature will periodically drop Dark Spores beneath it.

NEW   Standing in the Spore Pool causes the player to suffer 925000 to 1075000 Decay damage every 1 sec.

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Spore Stalk   This rigid stalk can be crushed by usingwill react violently if exposed to the the spores from an Energized Vine.on the giant caps above you.

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Stoneslayer   Your melee attacks have a chance to increase your StrengthVersatility by 10 for 8 sec.

Storm of Darkness   OmbraAsara conjures a swirling storm of darkness, inflicting increasing Shadow damage every 0.5 sec for 5 sec. Moving to the eye of the storm will prevent the damage.

Strength of Stone   Your melee attacks have a chance to increase your StrengthVersatility by 10 for 8 sec.

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Summon Crimson Cannon   Summons a cannonYour attacks have a chance to summon a cannon for 10 sec that will fire at enemies in front of it.that are attacking you.

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Summon Skeleton   SummonsYour attacks have a chance to summon a Skeleton that will protect you for 1 min.

NEW   Creating an Ur’zul

NEW   Creating an Ur’zul.

Suppression Field   Places a suppression field on random enemies, inflicting 50 Shadow damage every 5 sec and decreasing movement by 0%50% for 10 sec. Additionally, if the enemy moves while being suppressed, they explode, inflicting 21000 Shadow damage to themselves and all nearby allies.

Surging Fel   As the Apocalypse Drive powers up, energy erupts across the landscape inflicting 8550000 to 94500001140000 to 1260000 Fire damage to all enemies caught in the blast.

Surging Fel   As the Apocalypse Drive powers up, energy erupts across the landscape inflicting 8550000 to 94500001140000 to 1260000 Fire damage to all enemies caught in the blast.

  • NEW Effect #1 School Damage
    Value: 406999
  • NEW Effect #1 School Damage
    Value: 1539999
  • NEW Effect #1 School Damage
    Value: 3039999
  • NEW Effect #1 School Damage
    Value: 813999

Surging Power   Energy fluctuates in this world, damage and healing done oscillates, increasing up to 25%20% and decreasing up to 25%20%.

NEW   Transform the Essence.

NEW   Transform to Essence of F’harg.

NEW   Transform to Essence of Shatug.

Swarming Insects   Stinging insects cover the target, inflicting 5% of their maximum health as Nature damage every 3 sec and reduces chance to hit by 25% for 30 sec.1 sec and incapacitating them for 6 sec.

NEW   All damage done is increased by 25%.

NEW  
NEW   Hurls fel bolts at enemies in front of the caster, dealing 335160 to 370440 Fire damage.

NEW   When Marked Shot deals damage, the damage of your next
Sidewinders
Sidewinder
Arcane Shot is increased by
Sidewinders
20
20% or Multi-Shot damage by 20%, and your next
Sidewinders
Sidewinder
Arcane Shot will generate an additional
Sidewinders
7
5 Focus, or your next Multi-shot will generate an additional 1 Focus.

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Teach Taxi Node  
NEW  
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NEW  
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Teleport  
NEW  
Teleport  
Teleport  
NEW   Temporal explosion alters how time flows around nearby players, increasing haste and movement speed by 3%.

NEW  
NEW  
NEW   The Temporal Portal keeping you in this world is about collapse and send you back to your world.

NEW  
Test – BJI   Open the container.

NEW   Dripping wet, causing the caster to create pools of Drenching Water at their location every 6 sec.

NEW  
NEW   The Paraxis fires deadly Artillery Strikes at all enemies in the Stygian Wake, inflicting Fire damage to all enemies of the legion.

NEW   The Paraxis has arrived! Seek shelter with the Army of the Light!

Time Dilation   The stream of time flows faster here, increasing haste and movement speed by 20%15%.

NEW  
Time Rewind  
Time Rewind   Time pockets occasionally cause you to teleport back to where you were 5 sec seconds ago.Temporal pockets occasionally show you where you should be until cancelled in the future. Moving there avoids triggering Time Paradox, inflicting 682500 to 717500 Arcane damage.

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Touch of Darkness   Sister OmbraAsara hurls darkness made manifest at her enemies, inflicting 2312500 Shadow damage to each target.

NEW   Releases a cloud of dark energy, increasing damage done for all allies by 25%

NEW   When your Deadly or Wound poisons critically strike the target, you have 101% chance to gain 1 Energy.

NEW   F’harg and Shatug have been unleashed from within Antorus and will trample all enemies underfoot.

NEW   F’harg and Shatug have been unleashed from within Antorus and will trample all enemies underfoot.

NEW   Fires out twin beams of fel energy, inflicting Fire damage to all enemies in front of the caster.

NEW  
Unholy Aura   Increases Movement speed by 10%, and regenerates 20 health every 5 sec.

NEW  
NEW   Unleashes pent-up energy, inflicting Arcane damage to all nearby enemies.

NEW   Summons a series of Unleashed Familiars around the caster. After being summoned, each familiar explodes, inflicting Arcane damage to all nearby enemies.

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NEW   When you Envenom a target, your Deadly and Wound poisons have 0% increased chance to critically strike the target.

NEW   Expands the caster’s mental capacity, increasing haste by 25% for 10 sec.

NEW   Lets out an unearthly howl, inflicting Shadow damage and causing enemies to flee in fear

Void Tendril   Your damaging spells have a chance to summon a void tendril atnear your target’s location, that lashes enemies with 5 yds fordealing 0 Shadow damage to all enemies within 4 yds after a brief delay.

Void Tendril   Your damaging spells have a chance to summon a void tendril atnear your target’s location, that lashes enemies with 5 yds fordealing 0 Shadow damage to all enemies within 4 yds after a brief delay.

Void Tendril   Your damaging spells have a chance to summon a void tendril atnear your target’s location, that lashes enemies with 5 yds fordealing 0 Shadow damage to all enemies within 4 yds after a brief delay.
Range changed from 40 yd range to 100 yd range
NEW   Grabbing the spores from this vine has filled you with intense energy, causing you to run uncontrollably. Any Spore Stalks you pass through will burst, giving you Embedded Spores.

NEW   Grabbing the spores from this vine has filled you with intense energy, causing you to run uncontrollably. Any Spore Stalks you pass through will burst, giving you Embedded Spores.

NEW   The air is so thick with spores that players get embedded with them just by standing in the area. The energized vines will react to any such players in their vicinity, inflicting 323750 to 376250 Nature damage and removing any applications of Embedded Spores.

NEW  
Waning Power   Energy fluctuates in this world, damage and healing done oscillates, increasing up to 25%20% and decreasing up to 25%20%.

NEW   Time near the hearth’s flames bolster you against the impending darkness. Shadow damage taken reduced by 20%. Stacks up to 5 times.

Whirling Saber   IgnixNoura throws a flaming sword towards a random player, inflicting 1630000 to 1710000 Physical damage upon landing. The blade then begins to spin and return to IgnixNoura, inflicting 536250 to 563750 Physical damage every 1 sec to all nearby enemies as it moves.

Whirling Saber   IgnixNoura throws a flaming sword towards a random player, inflicting 1630000 to 1710000 Physical damage upon landing. The blade then begins to spin and return to IgnixNoura, inflicting 536250 to 563750 Physical damage every 1 sec to all nearby enemies as it moves.

Whirling Saber   IgnixNoura throws a flaming sword towards a random player, inflicting 1630000 to 1710000 Physical damage upon landing. The blade then begins to spin and return to IgnixNoura, inflicting 536250 to 563750 Physical damage every 1 sec to all nearby enemies as it moves.

Whispers of L’ura   Listen to the Whispers of L’ura for 45 sec, sec, causing your healing effects to have a chance to dogranting the chance for your healing spells to heal for an additional 0.healing.

Tornado  
Tornado  
Tornado  
Torndao  
NEW  
NEW   Slices the target with a rapid strike, inflicting Physical damage.

NEW  

Sporous

  • Something Wicked
    Defeat the Legion’s Commander.
  • Scattered to the Winds
    Defeat the Legion’s forces.
  • Repel the Legion
    The Legion is sending reinforcements, repel them.
  • NEW Remains of a Paragon
    The mantid empire predates the arrival of the Titans. This ancient civilization of highly intelligent insectoids is ruled by the mantid Empress, and is organized by caste. Mantid society revolves around kypari trees and the amber produced from their sap.
  • NEW Mithril Chain of Angerforge
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Wisp Amulet
    This beautiful amulet is formed of loops and angles of bright gold, framing a large tear-drop emerald. Within the depths of the emerald you can see a small glowing sphere with a vaguely night elf face. The sphere seems to move about within the emerald, not trapped exactly as much as flitting about like an insect.
  • NEW Pewter Drinking Cup
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Scepter of Charlga Razorflank
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Silver Neck Torc
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Silver Scroll Case
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne, the upper class of the elves unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in the death uncounted.
  • NEW Purple Hills of Mac’Aree
    In their haste, the draenei brought few artifacts with them as they left Argus. This book is one of the few relics that has survived the trip to this day.
  • NEW Cloak Clasp with Antlers
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Anatomical Dummy
    Something about this anatomical dummy makes you think “malevolent”, rather than “medical”.
  • NEW Infernal Device
    Many a reckless adventurer has met her end by activating one of these devices without knowing its function. It is often unclear as to whether its activation will summon a single imp or a legion of pit lords.
  • NEW Scorched Staff of Shadow Priest Anund
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Pandaren Game Board
    The Pandaren are an enigmatic race native to the long-hidden continent of Pandaria. Honorable and filled with a love of good company and food, the Pandaren have been content to live in seclusion, allowing their culture to flourish and thrive away from the influence of the outside world. While the Pandaren are predominantly a peace-loving race, their history is marked with turmoil and strife.
  • NEW Imp Generator
    Under the guidance of uncooperative mo’arg engineers, demon hunters were able to create several of these portals to Mardum. Unfortunately, they never quite caught on, as they usually let more demons out than in.
  • NEW Mortar and Pestle
    Preferring to show off their physique, ogres eschew garments that cover too much skin. In order to look more fearsome to their enemies, they adorn their bodies with warpaints created in these grinding tools. This mortar and pestle set is stained yellow, indicating it was used by the Boulderfist clan.
  • NEW Worn Monument Ledger
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior despots ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Crystalline Eye of Undravius
    The eye of a powerful demon, preserved in the cold, stony ground of Stormheim. Writings from the time of the War of the Ancients state that Undravius was a fel lord commander with designs on removing all life from Azeroth.
  • NEW Spirit of Eche’ro
    Eche’ro was the pet, mount, and battle companion of Huln Highmountain, legendary hero of the War of the Ancients.
  • NEW Dented Shield of Horuz Killcrow
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Stone Gryphon
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Tyrande’s Favorite Doll
    This is a simple night elven doll. The hands and feet are of porcelain, painted with flaking purple. The garments are fine but fraying. The doll’s long tresses are the most remarkable and could possibly be real night elf hair.
  • NEW Weighted Chopping Axe
    Taking their namesake literally, warriors of the Shattered Hand clan will ritualistically smash their own hand before cutting it off. The stump is cauterized and replaced with one of many varieties of weaponry. This blade, which resembles a simple butcher’s cleaver, is heavily weighted to assist in making a single clean cut at the wrist.
  • NEW Fossilized Hatchling
    There is something unusual about these tiny raptor bones. The empty eye sockets don’t quite seem empty. In fact, are they twinkling with a hint of life?
  • NEW Apexis Crystal
    Scattered in the most ancient of ruins on Draenor are fragments and whispers of the Apexis civilization, who attained a height of power during the Age of Order and then abruptly vanished. The arrival of the Iron Horde has prompted a secret but urgent escalation in retrieving Apexis artifacts by the Adherents.
  • NEW Spear of Rethu
    Revered by miners and blacksmiths, Rethu Ironhorn was one of the first tauren settlers in the Broken Isles. His descendants carry on his tradition of metalworking at Ironhorn Enclave, near the peak of Highmountain.
  • NEW Druid and Priest Statue Set
    These are the remains of a pair of statues of precious metal. They do not seem carved or molded so much as grown, as if free from an artisan’s touch. Both figures are night elves. The priest is apparently male and the druid female, which must carry some significance.
  • NEW Drogbar Gem-Roller
    While most drogbar appreciated the rough edges of a raw gemstone, others preferred a smoother, rounder jewel. Rather than using standard gemcutting tools, they used a hand-cranked stone device, which tumbled the gems over the course of several weeks. These were typically operated by servants, slaves, or disobedient youngsters.
  • NEW The Innkeeper’s Daughter
    This small stone resembles a Hearthstone. It is warm to the touch and makes very faint giggling noises at inopportune moments.
  • NEW Orb of Sciallax
    This immensely powerful Highborne spell focus was shattered in a reckless archaeological expedition. Its shards are all that remain.
  • NEW Eye of Har’gunn the Blind
    While most ogres are born with two eyes, a handful in every generation regress and are born with a single eye. All but a few clans recognize these ogres are exceptional and destined for great things. An unlucky one-eyed ogre mage lost his eye in a duel and replaced it with this fist-sized stone, discovering it to have magical properties when he did so.
  • NEW Apexis Scroll
    This battered scroll case has corroded shut, and the scroll within is barely readable with very careful examination. These appear to be plans and measurements for a glorious “Temple in the Sky,” written in an ancient hand. It’s unclear whether such a splendid structure was ever built.
  • NEW Key of Kalyndras
    Black Rook Hold was maintained and upkept by a small army of servants. One such servant was named Kalyndras, who was responsible for overseeing the Hold’s armory and munitions storage. Like most of Ravencrest’s servants, he fell to demons during the War of the Ancients.
  • NEW Highborne Soul Mirror
    While the glass has been shattered into a thousand fragments, the detailed work of the mirror’s frame itself convinces you that this artifact was once highly magical, and might still be if every piece could be recovered. It is a large mirror, like a lady might have mounted in her dressing room.
  • NEW Test: Rare Dwarf Project Test 1
  • NEW Scepter of Bronzebeard
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Scepter of the Nathrezim
    The draenei were originally eredar who fled from the Burning Legion and settled on the world of Draenor, where they came into contact with the orcs. When the blood elves arrived, many draenei fled again, this time coming to Azeroth, where they joined the Alliance.
  • NEW Hooked Dagger
    The Shattered Hand celebrate victory in battle with self-mutilation. Their most celebrated warriors are covered with scars and piercings, and it becomes increasingly difficult with age to tell which were inflicted by enemies or by the triumphant orc.
  • NEW Quietwine Vial
    “Quietwine” was an ancient Highborne term that simply meant “poison”. Ironically, after ten thousand years in the ground, the substance typically loses its lethality and becomes a mild intoxicant.
  • NEW Crown Jewels of Suramar
    The ruling princes and princesses in Suramar chose only to wear their crowns at the most formal events. They were kept locked up at all other times, and were considered unstylish.
  • NEW Delicate Music Box
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Starlight Beacon
    This handheld device was used by star-augurs to focus immense amounts of starlight into a small, concentrated area. The device was mainly used during festivals, star-worship rituals, or when the augur needed to reach something on a high shelf.
  • NEW Spiked Gauntlets of Anvilrage
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Strange Silver Paperweight
    The draenei were originally eredar who fled from the Burning Legion and settled on the world of Draenor, where they came into contact with the orcs. When the blood elves arrived, many draenei fled again, this time coming to Azeroth, where they joined the Alliance.
  • NEW Scandalous Silk Nightgown
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Houndstooth Hauberk
    A massive piece of “mail” chest armor, crafted entirely out of demonic hounds’ teeth. The points of the teeth face upward and inward, making the armor impossible to remove once worn – that is, impossible to remove without tearing the flesh of the wearer.
  • NEW Stone Dentures
    Ogres are straightforward in combat and often suffer as much punishment as they dish out, relying on their strength and stamina to carry them to victory. These serrated-tooth dentures are proof that at least one ogre had all of his teeth knocked out and lived to fight another day.
  • NEW Hairpin of Silver and Malachite
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Orb of Inner Chaos
    Chaos does not come easily to all demons – some struggle with the ways of the Burning Legion. Those that did often carried an enchanted orb that invoked the rage required of any good demon. It is not known how the orbs were made, or who made them.
  • NEW Silver Kris of Korl
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Carved Harp of Exotic Wood
    The draenei were originally eredar who fled from the Burning Legion and settled on the world of Draenor, where they came into contact with the orcs. When the blood elves arrived, many draenei fled again, this time coming to Azeroth, where they joined the Alliance.
  • NEW Headdress of the First Shaman
    Learning to speak with the elemental spirits of Draenor was a pivotal achievement in destiny the Orc clans. Many clans claim the mythical “First Shaman” arose from their ranks, but the truth is that no one is sure of his or her allegiance.
  • NEW Malformed Abyssal
    The ritual to summon an abyssal is complicated, and often fails. When a failure occurs, a small piece of the demon typically remains behind, seething with a combination of latent demonic rage and despair at its own dysfunction. Ancient battlegrounds are littered with such stones.
  • NEW Ancient Amber
    A particularly large hunk of petrified tree resin containing what appears to be a small humanoid figure.
  • NEW Ancient Shark Jaws
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Flayed-Skin Chronicle
    Different breeds of demon exhibit different behaviors between battles. Succubi, for example, have a tendency to keep detailed logs of their day-to-day activities. Their accounts are often lurid, almost always grotesque, and were typically written onto “paper” made from the skin of an enemy or a captive.
  • NEW Green Dragon Ring
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Anklet with Golden Bells
    The draenei were originally eredar who fled from the Burning Legion and settled on the world of Draenor, where they came into contact with the orcs. When the blood elves arrived, many draenei fled again, this time coming to Azeroth, where they joined the Alliance.
  • NEW Inlaid Ivory Comb
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Imp’s Cup
    Imps have to drink too, and many prefer to bring their own cup with them. Some theorize that an ancient imp-like race revered their drinking vessels as something sacred, and a part of that ritual remained even after they were indoctrinated into the Burning Legion.
  • NEW Stonewood Bow
    The limbs of the bow are carved from a rock-hard tree wood, which make it nearly impossible to draw. Archaeologists disagree as to whether the bow was originally so hard, or whether the wood simply petrified with age. Either way, the size and heft of the bow suggest that it was only used by the most practiced of tauren hunters.
  • NEW Kaldorei Amphora
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Key to Nar’thalas Academy
    This key does not open any door. Rather, it is a ceremonial gesture of invitation to the Academy, as a way of saying, “Our doors are open to you.”
  • NEW Vizier’s Scrawled Streamer
    The nerubians are descended from an ancient race known as the aqir, roughly half of which migrated far to the north after continual warfare with the trolls. There they founded a gigantic city-state below Northrend, the legendary Azjol-Nerub. The arrival of the Lich King was brutally hard on the wicked nerubian race, with many of the spiderlike creatures converted to the Scourge and others driven deep into hiding.
  • NEW Headdress of the First Shaman
    You have found some scraps of a cowl fashioned out of a wolf’s head. And yet, for all its simplicity, you suspect that this item is old, important and powerful.
  • NEW Arrival of the Naaru
    The naaru are a near god-like race of energy beings who are strongly aligned with the Light. The naaru first came into contact with the draenei when Prophet Velen prayed for help to escape the corruption of the Burning Legion. The naaru answered that call, helping Velen and his people escape. The name ‘draenei’ means ‘exiled ones.’
  • NEW Hand-Smoothed Pyrestone
    It was customary for a widow, child, or grandchild to keep a pyrestone from the funeral pyre of an especially loved one. These stones were carried in a pocket and rubbed for courage, comfort, or in rememberance of a lost companionship.
  • NEW Moosebone Fish-Hook
    Moosebone was, at the time, the most common material for fishhooks: solid enough carve a barb into, but pliable enough not to break off in the mouth of a large salmon. Many fishermen carved elaborate designs into their “lucky hooks”.
  • NEW Insect in Amber
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Nobleman’s Letter Opener
    As is always the case with letter openers, this is a completely useless tool, kept only as an excuse to have a murder weapon nearby in situations where it would be socially unwise to carry a dagger.
  • NEW Six-Clawed Cornice
    The nerubians are descended from an ancient race known as the aqir, roughly half of which migrated far to the north after continual warfare with the trolls. There they founded a gigantic city-state below Northrend, the legendary Azjol-Nerub. The arrival of the Lich King was brutally hard on the wicked nerubian race, with many of the spiderlike creatures converted to the Scourge and others driven deep into hiding.
  • NEW Fiendish Whip
    The orcs of Azeroth originally inhabited the world of Draenor, the source of most of these ancient orcish artifacts. At first, orcs were a largely peaceful people, but they turned to outright barbarity under the influence of the Burning Legion. The orcs arrived in Azeroth through the Dark Portal and fought against the Alliance in two wars. Another may be on the horizon.
  • NEW Highborne Pyxis
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Trailhead Drum
    Not all Highmountain tauren were hunters, but those that were typically commemorated their first kill with a ceremonial drum, stretched with the hide of their quarry. Most trailhead drums are made with rabbithide or foxhide. Hunters typically carried them for the rest of their lives.
  • NEW Pre-War Highborne Tapestry
    Tapestries woven before the time of Queen Azshara’s pact with the demons typically display a unique “under-over-over” style of needlework that has not been seen since.
  • NEW Devilsaur Tooth
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Inert Leystone Charm
    Many Highborne superstitiously carried bits of leystone as a lucky charm. Such charms were typically worn by rural farmers, struggling academy students, or those sitting on the cusp between commonfolk and nobility.
  • NEW Infested Ruby Ring
    The nerubians are descended from an ancient race known as the aqir, roughly half of which migrated far to the north after continual warfare with the trolls. There they founded a gigantic city-state below Northrend, the legendary Azjol-Nerub. The arrival of the Lich King was brutally hard on the wicked nerubian race, with many of the spiderlike creatures converted to the Scourge and others driven deep into hiding.
  • NEW Tile of Glazed Clay
    The orcs of Azeroth originally inhabited the world of Draenor, the source of most of these ancient orcish artifacts. At first, orcs were a largely peaceful people, but they turned to outright barbarity under the influence of the Burning Legion. The orcs arrived in Azeroth through the Dark Portal and fought against the Alliance in two wars. Another may be on the horizon.
  • NEW Violetglass Vessel
    The Highborne’s penchant for all things purple predates the War of the Ancients. Glass bowls were fairly common, and used to hold anything from grain to gold ingots.
  • NEW Calcified Eye in a Jar
    This well-preserved eye must have once belonged to a chieftain of the Bleeding Hollow clan. Upon ascension to ruler of the clan, each chieftain undertakes a shamanic vision quest in which they sacrifice their own eye to receive a vision of their own death. You can only imagine the grisly fate this clouded eye bore witness to.
  • NEW Ancient Frostwolf Fang
    In life, no two creatures will share a stronger relationship than that of a Frostwolf orc and his or her companion wolf. The two eat, sleep, and fight side by side until one or both dies an honorable death. Even then, sometimes not even death itself can stop a frostwolf from coming to the aid of its beloved orc.
  • NEW Atal’ai Scepter
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Ancient Nest Guardian
    Harnessing the power of the sun as a never-ending power source, these constructs were originally built as caretakers for young Arakkoa. With the escalating conflict between the Adherents of Ruhkmar and the Outcasts, many have been repurposed as instruments of war.
  • NEW Ceremonial Tattoo Needles
    These bone needles are taken from the corpses of fallen enemies and meticulously sharpened. The mystics of the Shadowmoon often inscribe secret runes into their flesh to more clearly speak to their ancestors and the elemental spirits.
  • Anatomical DummySkull Drinking Cup
    Something about this anatomical dummy makes you think “malevolent”, rather than “medical”The orcs of Azeroth originally inhabited the world of Draenor, the source of most of these ancient orcish artifacts. At first, orcs were a largely peaceful people, but they turned to outright barbarity under the influence of the Burning Legion. The orcs arrived in Azeroth through the Dark Portal and fought against the Alliance in two wars. Another may be on the horizon.
  • NEW Beautiful Preserved Fern
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Beakbreaker of Terokk
    Eschewing traditional Arakkoan weaponry, Terokk carried this cudgel as a symbol of his fall from king to outcast heretic. Rumors have persisted for centuries that rather than employing traditional wing-cutting as a punishment, Terokk simply shattered the beaks of those who dared to oppose him.
  • NEW Kypari Sap Container
    The mantid empire predates the arrival of the Titans. This ancient civilization of highly intelligent insectoids is ruled by the mantid Empress, and is organized by caste. Mantid society revolves around kypari trees and the amber produced from their sap.
  • NEW Gahz’rilla Figurine
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Apexis Hieroglyph
    Brittle and ancient beyond measure, this stone tablet contains carvings that vaguely describe an engine of incredible power, claiming to harness the power of the sun.
  • NEW Imprint of a Kraken Tentacle
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Sorcerer-King Toe Ring
    Imperial ogres jealously guard the secrets of magic in order to keep their status among the ruling class. The wealthiest among them adorn themselves with magically-enhanced jewelry and other wearable artifacts.
  • NEW Prizerock Neckband
    The drogbar have always been masters at jewelcrafting. In particular, tribal shaman would wear heavy, three-stoned necklaces. These necklaces were passed down from master to student.
  • NEW Outcast Dreamcatcher
    Outcast Arakkoa have repurposed the dreamcatcher not to ward off the Curse of Sethe, but to capture and harvest tiny amounts of essences from their lost gods. Rumors persist of an ever-growing mass of swirling energy buried deep beneath Skettis, whispering promises of power to any who will listen…
  • NEW Canopic Jar
    The tol’vir were originally stone constructs created by the titans to safeguard the secrets of Uldum. They possess feline lower bodies and heads as well as human torsos. Like many other titan creations, the tol’vir succumbed to the curse of flesh. Three tribes exist in the present day: Ramkahen, Orsis (nearly wiped out) and Neferset. The latter tribe has allied with Deathwing in order to regain the tol’vir’s stone form.
  • NEW Bracelet of Jade and Coins
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Sundial
    This delicately-engraved instrument, when positioned correctly, acts as both a sundial and an arakkoa seasonal calendar. The base of the instrument is covered with callouts for celestial events, most of which are accompanied by grave warnings. Interestingly, the device seems to have cryptically predicted the arrival of the draenei a century before it happened.
  • NEW Thorned Necklace
    The vrykul are a race of giant warriors native to the Howling Fjord in Northrend. They have a close affinity with the sea and with native proto-drakes. Many vrykul were absorbed into the vast armies of the Lich King.
  • NEW Spear of Xuen
    The broken pieces of this spear radiate power. Perhaps they can be reassembled into a usable weapon?
  • NEW Black Trilobite
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • Ancient Nest GuardiStaff of Sorcerer-Thane Thaurissan
    Harnessing the power of the sun as a never-ending power source, these constructs were originally built as caretakers for young Arakkoa. With the escalating conflict between the Adherents of Ruhkmar and the Outcasts, many have been repurposed as instruments of warThe pieces of this staff still crackle with energy. Yet it also appears to have suffered extensive fire damage.
  • NEW Fine Bloodscalp Dinnerware
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Skull-Shaped Planter
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Decree Scrolls
    The incomplete writings here seem to indicate a decree of a sort of martial law, and reminders to be vigilant for signs of the curse amongst neighbors and friends.
  • NEW Burial Urn
    In death all Arakkoa seek to join the Sun-God Rukhmar in the skies above Draenor, thus cremation is vastly preferred to burial. Some have their ashes scattered high in the skies, others are collected in ornate urns and placed in crypts.
  • NEW Fierce Wolf Figurine
    The orcs of Azeroth originally inhabited the world of Draenor, the source of most of these ancient orcish artifacts. At first, orcs were a largely peaceful people, but they turned to outright barbarity under the influence of the Burning Legion. The orcs arrived in Azeroth through the Dark Portal and fought against the Alliance in two wars. Another may be on the horizon.
  • NEW Ceramic Funeral Urn
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Warmaul of the Warmaul Chieftain
    The first great technological innovation in ogre society was the concept of attaching a rock to the end of a very long stick to smash your enemies, rather than attempting to bash them with a rock held in your hand. The schism this innovation created amongst ogre society resolved itself only when the now-forgotten tribe broke in to the Warmaul and Boulderfist clans.
  • NEW Imperial Decree Stele
    Assembled fragments from this stone stele place it in Talador several hundred years before the draenei arrived. It marks an ogre imperial decree to raze several orc settlements in retaliation for a number of rebellious raids against Gorian slave trade caravans. The orders were likely carried out, since the towns no longer exist, and this stone was erected to memorialize the dark deed.
  • NEW Tiny Oasis Mosaic
    The tol’vir were originally stone constructs created by the titans to safeguard the secrets of Uldum. They possess feline lower bodies and heads as well as human torsos. Like many other titan creations, the tol’vir succumbed to the curse of flesh. Three tribes exist in the present day: Ramkahen, Orsis (nearly wiped out) and Neferset. The latter tribe has allied with Deathwing in order to regain the tol’vir’s stone form.
  • NEW Rylak Riding Harness
    A brilliant ogre once had a thought that riding a rylak would make travel much faster than using pack animals or walking. Roughly crafted from thick leather and utilizing an excessive number of knots, this seat could comfortably accommodate an ogre. However, it could only be saddled on a rylak the size of a small mountain which seems to explain why no one has ever seen ogres fly.
  • NEW Gladiator’s Shield
    Disagreements between ogres usually end in violence. During the early decades of the Age of Order, a sly chieftain decreed that disputes in his clan would be settled via proxy in one-on-one combat between slaves. The mortality rate amongst the ogres plummeted, leading to a golden age of expansion.
  • NEW Scepter of Nekros Skullcrusher
    The orcs of Azeroth originally inhabited the world of Draenor, the source of most of these ancient orcish artifacts. At first, orcs were a largely peaceful people, but they turned to outright barbarity under the influence of the Burning Legion. The orcs arrived in Azeroth through the Dark Portal and fought against the Alliance in two wars. Another may be on the horizon.
  • NEW Belt Buckle with Anvilmar Crest
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Vrykul Drinking Horn
    A large, sturdy, silver-chased and rune-carved horn.
  • NEW Necklace with Elune Pendant
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Ironstar’s Petrified Shield
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Pipe of Franclorn Forgewright
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Mantid Sky Reaver
    A light, elegant blade. Perhaps you can find a way to put it back together.
  • NEW Rusted Steak Knife
    The orcs of Azeroth originally inhabited the world of Draenor, the source of most of these ancient orcish artifacts. At first, orcs were a largely peaceful people, but they turned to outright barbarity under the influence of the Burning Legion. The orcs arrived in Azeroth through the Dark Portal and fought against the Alliance in two wars. Another may be on the horizon.
  • NEW Ogre Figurine
    Expressing with sculpture what most ogres could struggle to explain in words, this statue summarizes the most important ogre physical attribute: size. The clefthoof held above the ogre’s head displays strength, while the robust waistline symbolizes great wealth.
  • NEW Metalworker’s Hammer
    Despite many dents and scratches, you can see the Blackrock clan iconography etched in to this once-proud hammer. The first of the Orc clans to master the art of shaping their namesake metal, the Blackrock prefer to wield blunt weaponry in battle to honor their ancestors.
  • NEW Dreamcatcher
    When Terokk returned from exile he was broken and flightless. Rumors of his cursed state swept like wildfire through the Arakkoa, giving rise to superstitious charms and cures. Dreamcatchers endure as one of the most clung-to icons of safety, for the Arakkoa believe the curse will entangle itself in the dreamcatcher and fade in the morning sunlight.
  • NEW Winged Helm of Corehammer
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Stonemaul Succession Stone
    Chieftains rule small bands of ogres with an iron fist, and are never short on challengers. The Stonemaul clan have notoriously high turnover rate in their leadership; judging from the layers of bloodstains this stone appears to have been instrumental in deposing multiple Stonemaul chieftans.
  • NEW Banner of the Mantid Empire
    The mantid empire predates the arrival of the Titans. This ancient civilization of highly intelligent insectoids is ruled by the mantid Empress, and is organized by caste. Mantid society revolves around kypari trees and the amber produced from their sap.
  • NEW Gray Candle Stub
    The orcs of Azeroth originally inhabited the world of Draenor, the source of most of these ancient orcish artifacts. At first, orcs were a largely peaceful people, but they turned to outright barbarity under the influence of the Burning Legion. The orcs arrived in Azeroth through the Dark Portal and fought against the Alliance in two wars. Another may be on the horizon.
  • NEW Wooden Whistle
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Mantid Lamp
    The mantid empire predates the arrival of the Titans. This ancient civilization of highly intelligent insectoids is ruled by the mantid Empress, and is organized by caste. Mantid society revolves around kypari trees and the amber produced from their sap.
  • NEW Flask of Blazegrease
    Sticky, smelly, and highly flammable, the substance in this small container is liberally applied to the swords and axes of the Burning Blade clan before battle. Though some warriors choose to ignite their weapons before battle, most let the inevitable contact of blades and armor spark the blazegrease for unpredictable intimidation.
  • NEW Golden Chamber Pot
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Dignified Portrait
    The draenei were originally eredar who fled from the Burning Legion and settled on the world of Draenor, where they came into contact with the orcs. When the blood elves arrived, many draenei fled again, this time coming to Azeroth, where they joined the Alliance.
  • NEW Gronn-Tooth Necklace
    The Thunderlords are the greatest big game hunters in all of Draenor. For centuries they have used riding beasts and coordinated assaults to slay game and gronn alike. Their clan draws their name from an ancient chieftain who single-handedly slew a powerful gronn at the pinnacle of Thunder Peak.
  • NEW Maul of Stone Guard Mur’og
    The orcs of Azeroth originally inhabited the world of Draenor, the source of most of these ancient orcish artifacts. At first, orcs were a largely peaceful people, but they turned to outright barbarity under the influence of the Burning Legion. The orcs arrived in Azeroth through the Dark Portal and fought against the Alliance in two wars. Another may be on the horizon.
  • NEW Ancestral Talisman
    Consultation with the spirits of previous generations is considered essential to Shadowmoon shamans whenever an important decision is to be made. Talismans and other relics that were important to an ancestor during life provide a more clear spiritual conduit for shamans to speak to them in the afterlife.
  • NEW Cracked Ivory Idol
    An example of the Void worship once practiced but now banned by the Shadowmoon Clan elders, this idol is as dark as the night sky. Roughly and frantically chiseled from the tusk of what must have been a colossal Elekk, this idol was dyed and is inlaid with complex swirling and jagged patterns.
  • NEW Carved Bronze Mirror
    The Pandaren are an enigmatic race native to the long-hidden continent of Pandaria. Honorable and filled with a love of good company and food, the Pandaren have been content to live in seclusion, allowing their culture to flourish and thrive away from the influence of the outside world. While the Pandaren are predominantly a peace-loving race, their history is marked with turmoil and strife.
  • NEW Shattered Glaive
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Fine Crystal Candelabra
    The draenei were originally eredar who fled from the Burning Legion and settled on the world of Draenor, where they came into contact with the orcs. When the blood elves arrived, many draenei fled again, this time coming to Azeroth, where they joined the Alliance.
  • NEW Barbed Fishing Hook
    This arm-length nest of barbs has less in common with a traditional fishing hook and more with an elaborate halberd. You can only imagine the size of the leviathan that could be pulled in by such a hook, and it’s no surprise that most orcs prefer to hunt their prey from land.
  • NEW Tiny Bronze Scorpion
    The orcs of Azeroth originally inhabited the world of Draenor, the source of most of these ancient orcish artifacts. At first, orcs were a largely peaceful people, but they turned to outright barbarity under the influence of the Burning Legion. The orcs arrived in Azeroth through the Dark Portal and fought against the Alliance in two wars. Another may be on the horizon.
  • NEW Lizard Foot Charm
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Blackrock Razor
    Male orcs of the Blackrock Clan never cut their hair until they come of age, at which point their head is shaved and their role in this extremely regimented society is determined. This ancient switchblade is forged of blackrock and embellished with jewels, likely used by a prominent family for many generations of initiation.
  • NEW Elemental Bellows
    The Blackrock Clan originally used the naturally occurring elemental-fueled infernos of ancient Draenor to shape and harden their namesake ore. A Shaman could use these bellows to channel the power of a fire spirit directly to a blast furnace, allowing the Blackrock to set up forges anywhere.
  • NEW Bodacious Door Knocker
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Baroque Sword Scabbard
    The draenei were originally eredar who fled from the Burning Legion and settled on the world of Draenor, where they came into contact with the orcs. When the blood elves arrived, many draenei fled again, this time coming to Azeroth, where they joined the Alliance.
  • NEW Edicts of the Thunder King
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior despots ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Bone Gaming Dice
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Warsong Ceremonial Pike
    The riders of the Warsong clan are always on the move. In camp, a family’s tent is marked with a long pike thrust into the ground – often adorned with the skulls of defeated enemies. This example is over a hundred years old and is branded with the names of several key battles.
  • NEW Sonic Pulse Generator
    A strange device, that looks to have to do with the generation of sound waves. Perhaps it can be assembled back to full function.
  • NEW Screaming Bullroarer
    A bullroarer is an arm-length piece of rigid wood affixed to the end of a long rope and spun over the wielder’s head to generate a droning noise capable of traveling long distances. This example was grooved by the Warsong to emit a high-pitched whistling noise rather than the low hum used by most other clans.
  • NEW Coin from Eldre’Thalas
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Warsinger’s Drums
    Relying on shock and awe to overwhelm their enemies, the Warsong earned their name from their fearsome battle cries and thunderous drum marches. These macabre drums are constructed of Talbuk leather stretched tightly over what appear to be ogre skulls, celebrating the clan’s freedom from the ogre empire.
  • NEW Wolfskin Snowshoes
    With the icy Frostfire drifts providing little vegetative nourishment, the Frostwolf depend on their hunters for sustenance. These snowshoes, constructed of wolf bones and pelts, help keep trackers from sinking into deep drifts while pursuing prey.
  • NEW Vicious Ancient Fish
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Fetish of Hir’eek
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Ancient Sap Feeder
    The mantid empire predates the arrival of the Titans. This ancient civilization of highly intelligent insectoids is ruled by the mantid Empress, and is organized by caste. Mantid society revolves around kypari trees and the amber produced from their sap.
  • NEW Fossilized Raptor
    There is something unsual about these raptor bones. Whenever you look away, they seem to move slightly on their own.
  • NEW Fang-Scarred Frostwolf Axe
    In order to be granted full standing within the Frostwolf clan, each member must undertake a solo quest to befriend and bond with a wild Frostwolf. Not all clan members pass this trial, but those that do earn a lifelong companion.
  • NEW Pollen Collector
    The mantid empire predates the arrival of the Titans. This ancient civilization of highly intelligent insectoids is ruled by the mantid Empress, and is organized by caste. Mantid society revolves around kypari trees and the amber produced from their sap.
  • NEW Doomsday Prophecy
    This tablet speaks of the “end times.” From what you can decipher, the crude scrawls of multiple authors speak of at least seven different and sometimes conflicting versions of a final reckoning for all of the inhabitants of Draenor. Eerily, the iconography of a flaming hammer is clearly depicted – is this the ancestral origin of the Twilight’s Hammer clan?
  • NEW Feathered Raptor Arm
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Worn Hunting Knife
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW The Praying Mantid
    The mantid empire predates the arrival of the Titans. This ancient civilization of highly intelligent insectoids is ruled by the mantid Empress, and is organized by caste. Mantid society revolves around kypari trees and the amber produced from their sap.
  • NEW Test Project
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior desposts ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Cinnabar Bijou
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Fanged Cloak Pin
    The vrykul are a race of giant warriors native to the Howling Fjord in Northrend. They have a close affinity with the sea and with native proto-drakes. Many vrykul were absorbed into the vast armies of the Lich King.
  • NEW Gold-Inlaid Porcelain Funerary Figurine
    The Pandaren are an enigmatic race native to the long-hidden continent of Pandaria. Honorable and filled with a love of good company and food, the Pandaren have been content to live in seclusion, allowing their culture to flourish and thrive away from the influence of the outside world. While the Pandaren are predominantly a peace-loving race, their history is marked with turmoil and strife.
  • NEW Queen Azshara’s Dressing Gown
    The rumors of the Highborne’s poor fashion sense seem to be true.
  • NEW Blood of Young Mannoroth
    It is unclear why any being – demonic or Azerothian – would choose to put themselves on Mannoroth’s bad side by keeping some of his blood in a jar.
  • NEW Quilen Statuette
    These are stone shards of what was once a statuette of some sort. Oddly, they give the impression of pulsing with life.
  • NEW Mogu Coin
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior despots ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Warmaul of Burningeye
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Scramseax
    The vrykul are a race of giant warriors native to the Howling Fjord in Northrend. They have a close affinity with the sea and with native proto-drakes. Many vrykul were absorbed into the vast armies of the Lich King.
  • NEW Puzzle Box of Yogg-Saron
    Each of the fragments of this artifact emits a nonsense whisper that blends into a maddening susurrus as you accumulate more objects. You hope that you know what you’re doing.
  • NEW Kaldorei Wind Chimes
    There is something unusual about these bronze tubes. You detect a hint of magic that still resides within. When placed near each other or even within your pack, the fragments of the tubes seem to move closer to each other.
  • NEW Pterrordax Hatchling
    Could this fossilized egg still be… alive?!
  • NEW Iron Amulet
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior despots ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Thunder King Insignia
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior despots ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Eerie Smolderthorn Idol
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Intricate Treasure Chest Key
    The vrykul are a race of giant warriors native to the Howling Fjord in Northrend. They have a close affinity with the sea and with native proto-drakes. Many vrykul were absorbed into the vast armies of the Lich King.
  • NEW Petrified Bone Whip
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior despots ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Scepter of Xavius
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Terracotta Arm
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior despots ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Cracked Mogu Runestone
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior despots ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Frostwolf Ancestry Scrimshaw
    As part of the rite of passage into adulthood, a Frostwolf orc must slay a frostboar and carve their family genealogy as far back as will fit on the creature’s largest tusk. Family history and tradition are of great importance to the Frostwolf clan, so the largest frostboars are hunted each season to preserve clan lineage.
  • NEW Blessing of the Old God
    You have discovered a very bad thing. It hurts your mind to even look at fragments of this artifact and you worry that it might drive you insane were you to complete the final object.
  • NEW The Last Relic of Argus
    This is a simple draenei crystal that appears to be thousands of years old. You are fairly certain that it is not of this world.
  • NEW Umbrella of Chi-Ji
    The seemingly delicate pieces of bamboo and paper are remarkably resillient. They have clearly been imbued with magic that has made them last through time.
  • NEW Cracked Crystal Vial
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Standard of Niuzao
    The Pandaren are an enigmatic race native to the long-hidden continent of Pandaria. Honorable and filled with a love of good company and food, the Pandaren have been content to live in seclusion, allowing their culture to flourish and thrive away from the influence of the outside world. While the Pandaren are predominantly a peace-loving race, their history is marked with turmoil and strife.
  • NEW Stone Manacles
    Rather than using clasps and locks, Ogres bind their slaves using unbroken stone circlets. Their centuries of manipulating earth elements lets them simply shrink the manacles tightly around the slave’s ankles, wrists, or neck.
  • NEW Solar Orb
    Central to High Arakkoan culture is reverence of Rukhmar and the sun. Hundreds of Solar Orbs are scattered around Skyreach, which cast a never-ending light so no Arakkoan need go without the sun’s warmth, even on a cold and overcast day.
  • NEW Moltenfist’s Jeweled Goblet
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Empty Keg of Brewfather Xin Wo Yin
    The Pandaren are an enigmatic race native to the long-hidden continent of Pandaria. Honorable and filled with a love of good company and food, the Pandaren have been content to live in seclusion, allowing their culture to flourish and thrive away from the influence of the outside world. While the Pandaren are predominantly a peace-loving race, their history is marked with turmoil and strife.
  • NEW Walking Cane of Brewfather Ren Yun
    The Pandaren are an enigmatic race native to the long-hidden continent of Pandaria. Honorable and filled with a love of good company and food, the Pandaren have been content to live in seclusion, allowing their culture to flourish and thrive away from the influence of the outside world. While the Pandaren are predominantly a peace-loving race, their history is marked with turmoil and strife.
  • NEW Chest of Tiny Glass Animals
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Twin Stein Set of Brewfather Quan Tou Kuo
    The Pandaren are an enigmatic race native to the long-hidden continent of Pandaria. Honorable and filled with a love of good company and food, the Pandaren have been content to live in seclusion, allowing their culture to flourish and thrive away from the influence of the outside world. While the Pandaren are predominantly a peace-loving race, their history is marked with turmoil and strife.
  • NEW Apothecary Tins
    The Pandaren are an enigmatic race native to the long-hidden continent of Pandaria. Honorable and filled with a love of good company and food, the Pandaren have been content to live in seclusion, allowing their culture to flourish and thrive away from the influence of the outside world. While the Pandaren are predominantly a peace-loving race, their history is marked with turmoil and strife.
  • NEW Voodoo Figurine
    A medium-sized figurine of unusual complexity and troll manufacture.
  • NEW Gruesome Heart Box
    The nerubians are descended from an ancient race known as the aqir, roughly half of which migrated far to the north after continual warfare with the trolls. There they founded a gigantic city-state below Northrend, the legendary Azjol-Nerub. The arrival of the Lich King was brutally hard on the wicked nerubian race, with many of the spiderlike creatures converted to the Scourge and others driven deep into hiding.
  • NEW Test: Dwarf Project Test 2
  • NEW Haunted War Drum
    What appears to be an ancient, elaborate troll war drum. The hide is of an unusual color and appears to have been tattooed rather than simply painted or dyed.
  • NEW String of Small Pink Pearls
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Extinct Turtle Shell
    This turtle shell is supernaturally resilient. Perhaps if you collected all the fragments, you could assemble a powerful protective device.
  • NEW Scimitar of the Sirocco
    This scimitar is fashioned of bronze but inlaid with a great deal of gold. A warm wind seems to cling to it. The blade is sharply curved in the ‘sickle sword’ design called a khopesh by the tol’vir.
  • NEW Umbra Crescent
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Scepter of Nezar’Azret
    The nerubians are descended from an ancient race known as the aqir, roughly half of which migrated far to the north after continual warfare with the trolls. There they founded a gigantic city-state below Northrend, the legendary Azjol-Nerub. The arrival of the Lich King was brutally hard on the wicked nerubian race, with many of the spiderlike creatures converted to the Scourge and others driven deep into hiding.
  • NEW Warlord’s Branding Iron
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior despots ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Dwarven Baby Socks
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Zin’rokh, Destroyer of Worlds
    It is clear that you have recovered a piece of a very powerful troll weapon. Can it be reforged?
  • NEW Ring of the Boy Emperor
    This is a ring of gold featuring a scarab fashioned of polished turquoise. The ring itself is quite small and only fits on your fingers with some effort.
  • NEW Pendant of the Scarab Storm
    This is a heavy necklace, almost a piece of armor, covered with small scarabs of stone and bronze instead of chain links. The largest scarab is carved of lapis lazuli set in gold.
  • NEW Scepter of Azj’Aqir
    This short baton is set with a clawed amethyst at the crown. Your are fairly certain that the design is not tol’vir at all, but Qiraji. Perhaps the proximity to the Temple of Ahn’Qiraj has somehow allowed this artifact into Uldum despite the barrier.
  • NEW Spidery Sundial
    The nerubians are descended from an ancient race known as the aqir, roughly half of which migrated far to the north after continual warfare with the trolls. There they founded a gigantic city-state below Northrend, the legendary Azjol-Nerub. The arrival of the Lich King was brutally hard on the wicked nerubian race, with many of the spiderlike creatures converted to the Scourge and others driven deep into hiding.
  • NEW Staff of Ammunae
    This is a long staff with a gold head piece. In the center of the head is a green gem of some unknown mineral that allows light to shine through. The staff is warm to the touch and if left too long in one place, plants turn to face it as if facing the sun.
  • NEW Notched Sword of Tunadil the Redeemer
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Drakkari Sacrificial Knife
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Inert Sound Beacon
    The mantid empire predates the arrival of the Titans. This ancient civilization of highly intelligent insectoids is ruled by the mantid Empress, and is organized by caste. Mantid society revolves around kypari trees and the amber produced from their sap.
  • NEW Mummified Monkey Paw
    This appears as nothing more than the paw of a small primate. A closer inspection shows that the hand has been dried by centuries of exposure to the sands of Uldum. Still, you have no doubt that it is far more than meets the eye.
  • NEW Twisted Ammonite Shell
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Feathered Gold Earring
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Pictogram Carving
    While the written word is mostly used as an instrument for the upper echelons of imperial ogre society, occasionally an ordinary ogre will try his hand at making a story immortal. This pictogram appears to tell the story of an especially distressing culinary experience.
  • NEW Talonpriest Mask
    Believing they have been abandoned by the sun, cursed Arakkoa prefer to hide in the forests or beneath awnings during daylight hours. Talonpriests take this a step further and never show their faces to the sun, wearing ritual masks that act as a focus for their communes with Anzu.
  • NEW Tooth with Gold Filling
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Zandalari Voodoo Doll
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Sketch of a Desert Palace
    The tol’vir were originally stone constructs created by the titans to safeguard the secrets of Uldum. They possess feline lower bodies and heads as well as human torsos. Like many other titan creations, the tol’vir succumbed to the curse of flesh. Three tribes exist in the present day: Ramkahen, Orsis (nearly wiped out) and Neferset. The latter tribe has allied with Deathwing in order to regain the tol’vir’s stone form.
  • NEW Carcanet of the Hundred Magi
    The kaldorei are one of the most ancient races of Azeroth. One of the darkest moments in their history occurred when the quel’dorei, or Highborne – the highest caste of elven nobility – unleashed dangerous magic that brought the Burning Legion into the world and resulted in countless deaths.
  • NEW Soapstone Scarab Necklace
    The tol’vir were originally stone constructs created by the titans to safeguard the secrets of Uldum. They possess feline lower bodies and heads as well as human torsos. Like many other titan creations, the tol’vir succumbed to the curse of flesh. Three tribes exist in the present day: Ramkahen, Orsis (nearly wiped out) and Neferset. The latter tribe has allied with Deathwing in order to regain the tol’vir’s stone form.
  • NEW Pearl of Yu’lon
    The Pandaren are an enigmatic race native to the long-hidden continent of Pandaria. Honorable and filled with a love of good company and food, the Pandaren have been content to live in seclusion, allowing their culture to flourish and thrive away from the influence of the outside world. While the Pandaren are predominantly a peace-loving race, their history is marked with turmoil and strife.
  • NEW Castle of Sand
    The tol’vir were originally stone constructs created by the titans to safeguard the secrets of Uldum. They possess feline lower bodies and heads as well as human torsos. Like many other titan creations, the tol’vir succumbed to the curse of flesh. Three tribes exist in the present day: Ramkahen, Orsis (nearly wiped out) and Neferset. The latter tribe has allied with Deathwing in order to regain the tol’vir’s stone form.
  • NEW Chalice of the Mountain Kings
    You can tell right away that this drinking cup holds far more significance than mere drinking (not that dwarves have any problem with mere drinking). The bit of runes you can make out suggest a ceremonial purpose.
  • NEW Strange Velvet Worm
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Engraved Scimitar Hilt
    The tol’vir were originally stone constructs created by the titans to safeguard the secrets of Uldum. They possess feline lower bodies and heads as well as human torsos. Like many other titan creations, the tol’vir succumbed to the curse of flesh. Three tribes exist in the present day: Ramkahen, Orsis (nearly wiped out) and Neferset. The latter tribe has allied with Deathwing in order to regain the tol’vir’s stone form.
  • NEW Bones of Transformation
    These bones show a curious mixture of humanoid arms and serpentine tail, convincing you that they are probably from a naga. What is more interesting is that the skeleton has been articulated and posed as if it was once displayed in a museum.
  • NEW Jade Asp with Ruby Eyes
    The earliest known trolls belonged to the Zandalar tribe, from which all other trolls are descended. The Zandalari were regarded as an overarching priest caste for all trolls and worked tirelessly to record and preserve troll society and traditions. Of the many tribes that split off from the Zandalari, the two most dominant were the Gurubashi and Amani.
  • NEW Pandaren Tea Set
    The Pandaren are an enigmatic race native to the long-hidden continent of Pandaria. Honorable and filled with a love of good company and food, the Pandaren have been content to live in seclusion, allowing their culture to flourish and thrive away from the influence of the outside world. While the Pandaren are predominantly a peace-loving race, their history is marked with turmoil and strife.
  • NEW Word of Empress Zoe
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Clockwork Gnome
    You have found a few pieces of a mechanical construct of apparently high technology. It’s possible these parts come from one of the mechanognomes of Northrend. Why dwarves would have relocated the parts here is a mystery. You wonder if you could get the gnome working again if you could recover all of its pieces.
  • NEW Shard of Petrified Wood
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Ewer of Jormungar Blood
    The nerubians are descended from an ancient race known as the aqir, roughly half of which migrated far to the north after continual warfare with the trolls. There they founded a gigantic city-state below Northrend, the legendary Azjol-Nerub. The arrival of the Lich King was brutally hard on the wicked nerubian race, with many of the spiderlike creatures converted to the Scourge and others driven deep into hiding.
  • NEW Proto-Drake Skeleton
    Fossils are the preserved remains of animals or plants from the ancient past. Typically the living tissues are replaced with minerals that preserve the form of the original organism.
  • NEW Flint Striker
    The vrykul are a race of giant warriors native to the Howling Fjord in Northrend. They have a close affinity with the sea and with native proto-drakes. Many vrykul were absorbed into the vast armies of the Lich King.
  • NEW Nifflevar Bearded Axe
    This axe’s blade is asymmetrical, with a long cutting edge. You suspect it might retain its magic if you could reassemble it.
  • NEW Plated Elekk Goad
    The draenei were originally eredar who fled from the Burning Legion and settled on the world of Draenor, where they came into contact with the orcs. When the blood elves arrived, many draenei fled again, this time coming to Azeroth, where they joined the Alliance.
  • NEW Skull Staff of Shadowforge
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW Manacles of Rebellion
    The life-giving waters of the valley enabled a race of brutes to grow to enormous size, strength and intelligence. These creatures were called the “Mogu”. Their culture was built on strength: warrior despots ruling via iron fist. Their monuments of stone, built to last, still stand to this day.
  • NEW Cat Statue with Emerald Eyes
    The tol’vir were originally stone constructs created by the titans to safeguard the secrets of Uldum. They possess feline lower bodies and heads as well as human torsos. Like many other titan creations, the tol’vir succumbed to the curse of flesh. Three tribes exist in the present day: Ramkahen, Orsis (nearly wiped out) and Neferset. The latter tribe has allied with Deathwing in order to regain the tol’vir’s stone form.
  • NEW Boot Heel with Scrollwork
    The dwarves of Ironforge were originally composed of three clans: the Bronzebeards, the Wildhammers and the Dark Irons. As the result of a civil war, the Bronzebeards were left in control of the city of Ironforge while the Wildhammers eventually retreated to the Hinterlands and Twilight Highlands. The Dark Iron dwarves came to dwell in between the Redridge Mountains and the Burning Steppes, in the shadow of Blackrock Mountain.
  • NEW VICTORY_TEXT_LFD_BATTLEFIELD0
    Purple Team Wins
  • NEW VICTORY_TEXT_LFD_BATTLEFIELD_WINS
    %s Wins
  • NEW ARENA_TEAM_NAME_PURPLE
    Purple Team
  • NEW LEAVE_LFD_BATTLEFIELD
    Leave Brawl
  • NEW VICTORY_TEXT_LFD_BATTLEFIELD_DRAW
    Draw
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    Gold Team Wins



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