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Azshara

Azshara

Azshara is located in northeastern Kalimdor, east of Ashenvale, south of Winterspring, and north of Durotar. It is a beautiful coastal area cloaked in eternal autumn. The trees and other flora are tinged in brilliant oranges and reds, and nearer the coast, great cliffs and sandy beaches line the ocean. The region’s inhabitants can make life hard for the nature lover, however. Enraged ghosts, vicious satyr, stalking naga and ferocious wildlife can quickly put an end to those who venture too far from the road.

A shattered stretch of coastline on Kalimdor’s northeast, Azshara was once the greatest night elf metropolis. The city fell millennia ago in the War of the Ancients, but a few ragged buildings perch on the cliffs overlooking similar ruins among the coral.[1] Much of the city of Azshara fell into the ocean. The Horde has established a small outpost, Grim Ulang, in the area, but naga are a constant danger.

Azshara: Once a part of the night elven capital of Zin-Azshari

After the devastating Cataclysm, the Bilgewater Cartel goblins took Azshara and claimed it as their land. There were difficulties from the start, including having to battle the naga and storm giants.

The Shattered Strand shows the best evidence of this, now turned into a vast battlefield. On the western end of the zone, the night elves were pushing farther inside, expanding their holdings at Talrendis Point and going so far as to attack Valormok. Ever the protectors of nature, they send scouts close to the new goblin Mountainfoot Strip Mine in an attempt to thwart operations there. Even further inland they appear to have befriended the furbolgs at the new Blackmaw Hold, and even taken over what was formerly known as the Thalassian Base Camp, now called the Darnassian Base Camp. Gnomes have also taken the stretch of beach at the Ruined Reaches.

The Blue dragonflight seems to have vanished from the land, abandoning Lake Mennar. Members of the Black dragonflight have taken hold of some northern reaches, including the Bitter Reaches. They are hunting for remnants of the blue dragons, Deathwing believing that the dragonflight has weakened since the death of Malygos. Unbeknownst to him, however, the blue dragons Kalec and Azuregos conspire against him.

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