Path: Dungeons :: Eastern Kingdoms :: Uldaman
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The Raiders of the Lost Arc room? Sh-weet!
Rafen, on October 7, 2009 06:17:48 Reply
Indeed that part was a nice surprise.
i however find the instance on the whole a bit boring, and those troggs! brrr... hate troggs
Zubjuwal, on October 7, 2009 02:14:06 Reply
Not bad, but I don't like the fact that I have to go back to the instance several times to complete all the quest chains. Takes forever and for some reason most of the quests don't count towards the Loremaster achievement.
Almariel, on October 15, 2009 01:38:49 Reply
Agree, I finally gave up the quest chains because the grouping was this
1: Already finished quest
2: Was just picking up quest
3: Was grinding for EX
4: Gear
by the end of the instance nobody gave a rip about turning quests in lol
Frost, on October 23, 2009 02:50:03 Reply
Uldaman is an ancient Titan vault that has laid buried deep within the earth since the world's creation. Dwarven excavations have recently penetrated this forgotten city, releasing the Titans' first failed creations: the Troggs. Legends say that the Titans created troggs from stone. When they deemed the experiment a failure, the Titans locked the troggs away and tried again - resulting in the creation of the dwarven race. The secrets of the dwarves' creation are recorded on the fabled Discs of Norgannon - massive Titan artifacts that lie at the very bottom of the ancient city. Recently, the Dark Iron dwarves have launched a series of incursions into Uldaman, hoping to claim the discs for their fiery master, Ragnaros. However, protecting the buried city are several guardians - giant constructs of living stone that crush any hapless intruders they find. The Discs themselves are guarded by a massive, sapient Stonekeeper called Archaedas. Some rumors even suggest that the dwarves' stone-skinned ancestors, the earthen, still dwell deep within the city's hidden recesses.
Tortus, on October 24, 2009 09:35:41 Reply
Ashadai, on October 25, 2009 02:48:47 Reply

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