Feral set with Ranger Shoulders, Barbarian War Axe, and Deckhand’s Shirt. Exact matches for the NPC belt and axe are not available to players. With the addition of the Feral Gloves & Bracers, this outfit would be Transmogrification-Friendly for Druids, Monks, and Rogues.
For a time, she considered becoming a Horde Guard at Camp Taurajo or the Crossroads.
Sentinel set with Chieftain’s Shoulders and Grinning Axe. The NPC axe with red trim is not available to players. This ensemble is substantially similar to the Orgrimmar Grunt‘s armor, which uses the red Cabalist Spaulders and Monstrous War Axe. This outfit is Transmogrification-friendly for Druids, Monks, and Rogues.
Her parents weren’t very happy about that idea, however, and they convinced her to remain in Thunder Bluff.
Recently, she has gotten rather restless. She played hard during the first few months of the New Darkmoon Faire to earn the Darkmoon “Sword” and Darkmoon Mallet.
Darkmoon “Sword” shown with Shimmering Armor & Trousers and Copper Chain Belt; non-Transmogrification-friendly.
Darkmoon Mallet shown with Green Iron set and Captain’s Waistguard — the crafted set does not include a belt, but the Captain’s set item is a perfect match; Transmogrification-friendly for Hunters and Shaman.
Although Keija is well-pleased with these prizes, she still felt like there was something more she wanted out of life. Recently, I at last acquired the key item for a new outfit for Keija, only to discover that it required level 52 to equip — and she was only level 43. She had the quest for Deadmire in her log — had had it, in fact, since before the Shattering — and it was yellow for her level, so off she went to Dustwallow Marsh. When she’d finished making trouble for the black dragons there, she was level 45.
Upon reaching her 45th season, Keija could finally equip all the pieces of the Brutish set. This handsome chocolate-brown armor, which is also worn by the Kor’kron Overseers in Undercity, became her first Transmogrification Template Kit.
Brutish set with Rustic Workman’s Shirt and Dark Iron Axe; Transmogrification-friendly for Warriors, Paladins, and Death Knights.
Next, she decided to go make trouble for the black dragons in the Badlands. From there, I decided to go ahead and do Searing Gorge and Burning Steppes, too, so that I could check those zones off my list.
How the hex did the caves of Uldaman not collapse in the earthquakes that opened up this big huge chasm? And why aren’t there openings into the Uldaman cave system hanging out of the sides of the chasm?
Hey, look, there’s a back door entrance to Uldaman directly under Fuselight! I don’t remember this being here before the Shattering, but I suppose I could have just missed it.
This mini-game in the Tomb of the Watchers was rather fun. I had to abandon the quest and do it again to be able to get this screenshot, though, because the laser show disappears as soon as you make the final correct move to solve the puzzle.
Rheastrasza’s sacrifice will not be forgotten!
I’ve always wondered if the “Scar of the Worldbreaker” region of the Badlands lies directly above the identically-named portion of Blackrock Caverns.
At first, Keija was annoyed by Lunk. But when she was freeing the slaves in the Slag Pit, she dearly missed Lunk, and wished that he was there to show her a way to subdue the slaves who attacked her without having to kill them.
RAWR! Hey mister Firegut ogre, don’t you think I’m a hottie?
I was worried that the obsidian ashes were for the whelplings I’d rescued. I was glad that they were for Acride instead! It is intriguing that Acride chooses to appear as a Human in this questline and as a Blackrock Orc in Blackrock Spire.
It was an honor to serve with Eitrigg and Ariok. From a meta perspective, however, having quested through Redridge with Kymberlea, I am forced to conclude that the imminent invasion we thwarted here in the Burning Steppes was only the second (and more terrible) wave of a larger-scale plan whose first wave had already been launched. Well, that, or the invasion force in Redridge is the tattered, but undeterred, remnants of the force we decimated here.
By the time Keija had finished those three zones, she’d gotten to level 53.
With Eitrigg’s commendation for her contributions to the Battle of Dreadmaul Rock in hand, Keija at last achieved her goal of becoming Baine’s first female Honor Guard.
Grunt’s Plate Armor, Trickster’s Sash, Wolf Rider’s Leggings, Barbaric Iron Boots, Wanderer’s Shoulders, Grinning Axe. There is a blue-quality version of the chestpiece available, the Plate of the Shaman King, but because the ensemble uses mixed gear types and is thus non-Transmogrification-friendly anyway, I have chosen to use the much more easily obtained Grunt’s Plate Armor. Until I can acquire the exactly matching Wolf Rider’s Belt, the Trickster’s Sash is the best available substitute.