Kun-Lai Summit is one of my favourite areas in Pandaria, partly due to the Yak Wash (which first caught my eye on the beta) as well as the wild pets – some even look good enough to eat! Mmm… Szechuan Chicken. It would be hard to miss the Sha of Anger popping up throughout the zone though given his monstrous size and yells.

High atop the frigid northern peaks of the Kun-Lai Summit looms the Temple of the Tiger, an ancient training ground protected by an elite force of martial priests, along with the spirit of the White Tiger itself. Deeper into the mountains is the hideout of the Shado-pan: a mysterious order charged with protecting Pandaria from the dark things buried beneath its surface. When the isolated people of Kun-Lai are threatened by marauders from the west and a Zandalari troll menace invading its northern shores, they turn to the Alliance and Horde for help.

~Blizzard

As soon as we hit 87, we made a special journey to the Summit, particularly the Temple of the White Tiger picking up all the flights on the way.

Gate leading to the Vale

Gate opens

After finishing up in the Wilds, we headed back to Kun-Lai Summit to see what else it had to offer.

saving camp

Yak wash

Working at the Yak Wash

leading yaks

Rounding up stray yaks

Dominos

After a long day of questing we played a game of Dominos to wind down

Yeti

Hungry Hungry Yeti

Yeti rampage

The only thing scarier than a lone hungry yeti is two yetis on the rampage.

beer reward

Here I am enjoying some of the fruits of my labour…

Just before we finished the zone, I suggested we try the new and improved Brewfest boss. Phew! I must say it was harder than I expected being fresh 89s and the three DPS we pugged were pretty dodgy as the fight itself took over 3mins. Sigh…

Once we came out, we finished the last few quests which led us into The Shadow-Pan dungeon and resulted in the completion of the zone with our Slum It in the Summit achievement.

Slum It in the Summit