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Archive for May 8, 2012
One of the first things to notice is that we’ll only be using two JC slots now instead of three: Here’s an example: Delicate Serpent’s Eye which you’ll be able to cut once you reach 550 skill level.
The BIG thing I’ll be looking forward to are the panther mounts you’ll be able to make at max level; namely the Sunstone Panther, Jade Panther, Ruby Panther and the Sapphire Panther which combine into one very cool Jeweled Onyx Panther flying mount who’s been likened to Voltron. Good news for non-JCs is that they are BoE. I know Coolidge is already in line for the green one :)
The main thing that concerns me at the moment is the price for each one. On the other hand, you won’t see too many of them around so that’s definitely a perk, at least for a while.
This is what they look like at the moment, so far they’ve already had a re-skin.
All the recipes can be purchased from the Order of the Cloud Serpent Quartermaster once you’re exalted with the faction.
So who’s looking to make one or more come Mists? I know I plan to make the set.
The Hinterlands are are home to the Wildhammer Dwarves to the west at Aerie Peak and the forest trolls to the east who are divided into three separate tribes. The Revantusk tribe is the only one of the three that has declared sides in the Horde/Alliance conflict and support the Horde. The Vilebranch tribe holds residence in the massive troll city of Jintha’Alor as well as the Altar of Zul while the Witherbark tribe holds the smallest influence, hailing from the temples of Shadra’Alor.
In the northern part of the region is the ancient, massive tree, Seradane where the agents of the Green dragonflight have been corrupted. A massive portal on the side of the tree previously connected the servants of the Aspect Ysera to her own realm, the Emerald Dream.
The Swamp of Sorrows is a marshland in southern Eastern Kingdoms previously filled with green dragons serving Ysera (which could be farmed for the Tiny Emerald Whelpling). These days you can farm the whelps in Northern Feralas for the pet.
When the Dark Portal imploded during the Second War, The Black Morass was split in half – the northern part became the Swamp, while the southern half became the barren Blasted Lands. The Horde base of Stonard remains while the Alliance now have a town located on the lakeside near the Sunken Temple.
In addition, the coastline that once enclosed the Temple’s Pool of Tears is now open to the sea.