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I’ve been taking small breaks from Shadowlands to level with Kasheena. I’d gotten her to level 60 and Old Dalaran before Patch 9.0.1 arrived. After Patch 9.0.1, shortly before the Death Rising event began, I Chromie Timed her to Draenor and established her Garrison, so she could camp out there during the zombie invasion. During the past week, I returned her from Draenor. Then I Chromie Timed to Pandaria and played through just enough of the opening sequence to get to the village, so that I’d have that portal open in the Orgrimmar Portal Room. Next, I dropped out of Chromie Time and did the Battle for Azeroth opening sequence — skipping the Stormwind Extraction scenario — so I’d have that portal open. Then I was ready to Chromie Time to Legion. I discovered, somewhat to my dismay, that I didn’t have the option to skip the Broken Shore scenario and go straight to New Dalaran. Oh well, it had been long enough since I’d done it that it wasn’t so bad to do it again. With Balance as my favorite Druid spec, of course she chose the Scythe of Elune first. I might also get her the Fangs of Ashamane at some point.

I think it’s rather silly that Highmountain Tauren PCs don’t get that campaign marked as completed and their reputation set to Exalted, the way Nightborne PCs get the Suramar campaign and reputation flagged as already done for them. At any rate, she’s questing through Highmountain and shaking her head at being treated like an ignorant outsider. When she’s finished with Highmountain, she’ll probably do Val’sharah, too. She’s currently level 33; if she’s not level 50 by the time she’s finished Val’sharah, well, I guess I’ll figure out what I want to do next when I get there.

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The first coloration of this style is obtained from Mogu’shan Vaults, Pandaria reputations, and by using Timeless Isle tokens as a Holy or Discipline Priest. The second coloration is obtained from Pandaria reputations. The third coloration is obtained by using Timeless Isle tokens as a Shadow Priest, Mage, or Warlock.

Eternal Dynasty Regalia, Quiet Meditation set, Cloudscorcher set


Eternal Dynasty


Amaranthine set with Inscribed Crane Staff

Shado-Pan Mystic

Replica Shado-Pan Helmet, Consortium Mantle, Amaranthine Robe, Silver-Thread Sash, Black Mageweave Gloves, Arakkoa Divining Rod, Inscribed Fan, Stylish Black Shirt


Quiet Meditation

Quiet Meditation

Yalia’s Cowl, Tenderheart Shoulders, Robe of Quiet Meditation, Galaxyfire Girdle, Exiled Dabbler’s Gloves, Ringo’s Blizzard Boots, Dusklight Drape, Embroidered Shirt, Karabor Arcanist Rod



Scorched Clouds

Jewel of the Firelord, Mantle of Closed Doors, Cloudscorcher Robe, Angkhal Cord, Feralfen Mystic’s Handwraps, Ogre Slayer’s Cover, Funeral Pyre

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The first two colorations of this robe style are obtained from quests in higher level zones in Pandaria. The third coloration is a BOE drop. I have chosen to name the style after one of the names for the blue coloration, as I think that is the most distinctive name.

Mistborne Robe, Waterfall Robe, Brewer’s/Trellised Robe

Confusingly, there is a lookalike of the Brewer’s/Trellised Robe that is also called “Waterfall Robe”. The green variation, however, can only be obtained from the Kun Lai quest.



Mistborne Regalia

Mistborne set with Torch of Noon



Waterfall Cricket

Greenweave Mantle, Waterfall Robe, Councillor’s Sash, Replica Virtuous Gloves, Rejuvenating Scepter, Purehearted Cricket Cage



Pandaren Parasol

Faded Forest Silk Cowl, Brewer’s Robe, Galaxyfire Girdle, Breezebinder Handwraps, Kurkenstoks, Skystrider Katana, Umbrella of Chi-ji


I am not so fond of the style of the quest reward robes from lower-level Pandaria zones, so I have only made this one outfit with this one coloration of the set, and will probably not make more.

Nayeli Regalia

Nayeli set with Mok’Morokk’s Beat Stick

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