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Koobluh's WotLK Beta Blog

This blog is about my experiences in the WotLK beta!

Author: bobafett573

WotLK Beta Blog -- Day 7

Posted by bobafett573 Friday August 29 2008 at 10:27PM
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Guess what the first thing I saw was upon entering Dragonblight?  If you guessed a dragon, you're wrong.  I saw a walrus.  These walrus were in a state of panic.  Dark omens and scary wulvar (which look like man-bear-pigs) have been haunting the residents of Moa'ki Harbor.  They are packing up and needing you to clear the way for them.  After gathering crabs from their ocean traps, killing sharks in the water and wulvar on land, I am sent to check on the nearby village that was destroyed.  Apparently an energy rift had been opened by the Blue Dragonflight (those are the bad dragons) and it either killed or drove insane the tuskarr in the village.  After redeeming their souls, you have one last must seek out the sea goddess and get her blessing.  As always, things don't go as planned.  The sea goddess foresees that Northrend will fall should the walrus run away.  Apparently the only thing holding the undead back is the walrus.  Upon delivering this message to the leader back in Moa'ki Harbor, they decide to stay and all your time was wasted.

Of course in a land of dragons, there's bound to be a little more trouble.  I head north until I reach Stars' Rest.  The night elf commander there is worried about the blue dragonflight and the ley lines (which are the energy rifts that flow into the Nexus in Borean Tundra) that are being blown apart.  The release of energy from these rifts is causing horrible problems across Northrend.  Also the undead and cultists at the Icemist Village to the north are causing the animals to become blighted.  I burn the animals to the ground and kill the cultists...blah blah blah end of story.  Back to the ley lines,  after a while you discover that the blue dragonflight and the ethereals are joining together.  This is a major problem as the two forces could destroy Northrend and possibly Azeroth as well.  I get sent to kill both ambassadors but I arrive too late.  The arrangements have already been made but I still kill them.  I then get sent to try to fix the ley lines, which I start to do but it's already been a long day so after the first one, I call it quits...

Bruticus_XI writes:

This sounds like a freakin' children's book. Save the walruses from men-bear-pigs! Oh noez!

Thanks for the update, Dragonflights at least are cool...

Fri Aug 29 2008 11:18PM Report writes:
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