Fancy Meeting You Here

Imagine my surprise yesterday when I was in the middle of a pet battle and I saw this familiar figure in my frame of view.

I almost left the battle early just to get a closer look as she walked out of range shortly after starting.

Pet battle guest

Notice I only had two pets at the time. I still won though… :)

She only walks a short distance from the spot you see there, turning around and walking towards the end of the ravine.

Myzreal

This is what she has to say if you’ve done the (now obsolete) chain in Arathi Highlands:

I know you. I have you to thank for my freedom from the deepening corruption that consumed me for so many years.

Welcome to my home. Deepholm. It is a shadow of what it used to be, but still, here I can be free. I shall never take such freedom for granted after what we have endured.

I know not why you are here, but I hope you find what you seek within the stone walls of this place. Stay safe, [name].

I’m told she says this if you haven’t done the chain:

Deepholm has changed much in recent years.

It’s hardly recognizable. Still… here I am free from corruption. Free from the tainting influence of ancient gods.

It seems that sometimes your freedom must be stripped away for you to truly appreciate its value.

It’s funny how I went through a whole expansion (on multiple toons) and never saw her before. She is fairly hidden though so if you’re looking to say hi, head over to the north-western side of the Temple of Earth and look for the ravine just short of Needlerock Chasm (38.0, 44.8).

Author: Cymre

Disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items and all things pets.

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4 Comments

  1. That’s cool, It’s nice to see in game what your past actions have done!

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  2. You know, I think I refused to do these quests because I figured – in character – I wouldn’t fall for that kind of a trick. Nope, nope, nope.

    Having been duped over and over and over again since that time, I should probably go back and do them now.

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