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World of Warcraft Tier 0.5 Armor FAQ

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   World of Warcraft
   Tier 0.5 Armor Guide
   By: omegachaos
   Version 2.0

   1. Intro

   Welcome to my FAQ!  This guide is for those people crazy enough to
   upgrade their tier 0 armor (like me).  Upgrading tier 0 to tier 0.5
   armor was introduced after patch 1.10 came out and is completely
   optional.  If you’re looking to upgrade your armor, read on.

   2. Quest Supplies

   This quest requires a lot of supplies and money for you to do this
   chain.  Most of these items you can find from the auction house or
   receive from your guildies and friends.  Here’s a list of the items:

   Step 1: Bracers
   - 20g

   Step 2: Belt and Gloves
   - 1 Delicate Arcanite Converter
   - 4 Greater Eternal Essences
   - 10 Stonescale Oil
   - 5 more Goblin Rocket Fuel
   - Fel Elemental Rod (see main guide)

   Step 3: Pants, Shoulders and Boots
   - 3 Dark Iron Bars
   - 3 Mooncloth
   - 20 Enchanted Leathe
   - 4 Cured Rugged Hides
   - 8 Large Brilliant Shards
   - 4 Dark Runes

   Step 4: Helm and Chest
   - Honored with Argent Dawn (to buy a Hallowed Brazier
      for 120g)
   - Twilight Cultist Set
   - Twilight Cultist Medallion of Station
   - 1 Flask of Supreme Power
   - Friendly with Cenarion Circle (to get the quest to get the
     Medallion of Station)

   You will most likely need a total of 700g for some of the mats and
   what you have to pay for the quest requirements.

   REMEMBER: You MUST have tier 0 armor first to get tier 0.5 armor from
   the quests

   3. Armor Guide

   I. Bracers

   To get the quest, go to Thrall’s Chamber in Orgrimmar and talk to
   Mokvar for Horde.  For Alliance, go to the throne room in Ironforge
   and talk to Deliana.  The quest is called An Earnest Proposition, but
   Horde goes to Silithus and Alliance goes to Winterspring.  You must
   also have 20g on you.

   An Earnest Proposition (Horde)

   For Horde in Silithus, you must kill spiders and scorpions for venom
   samples.  The drop rate for these things suck, so expect to be there
   for maybe 10-15 min or more.  After you collect them, head back to
   Orgrimmar and talk to Mokvar to get your bracers.

   An Earnest Proposition (Alliance)

   For Alliance in Winterspring, you must kill bears and wintersabers
   for blood samples.  The drop rate is about the same as Horde and
   should take you about the same amount of time.  After you collect
   enough blood, head back to Deliana to get your bracers.

   Note: For Alliance if you want to, you can go ahead and buy the Fel
   Elemental Rod for 40g so you won’t have to make the long trip back
   there from wherever you are.

   II. Belt and Gloves

   The Ectoplasmic Distiller

   Your quest giver will now send you to Gadgetzan to talk to Mux
   Manascrambler.  He wants you to get materials to make an Ectoplasmic
   Distiller, which is a Delicate Arcanite Converter, 4 Greater Eternal
   Essence, 10 Stonescale Oil, and 25 Volcanic Ash.  The Volcanic Ash
   can be found in the Burning Steppes near lava flows.  The rest of the
   mats can be bought at the AH or provided by your friends or guildies.

   Hunting for Ectoplasm

   After you get the materials, go back to Mux to get the distiller and
   his gift, which contains EZ Throw Dynamite, Discombobulator Ray, and
   some Goblin Rocket Fuel.  He then tells you to go to Silithus to get
   12 Scorched Ectoplasm, Eastern Plaguelands to get 12 Stable
   Ectoplasm, and Winterspring to get 12 Frozen Ectoplasm.  To get
   ectoplasm, simply put down the distiller near a group of the mobs you
   need to kill and pull the mobs into the radius of the distiller so
   you can get ectoplasm from the corpse.  Remember, the distiller use
   Goblin Rocket Fuel, so be sure to buy a few extra to use.  To
   maximize fuel, constantly pull mobs to the distiller with only few
   breaks inbetween battles.

   	Silithus – Southwind Village is the place you need to go to get
   ectoplasm.  Just put down the distiller and fight the mobs to get
   ectoplasm.  Pre-patch 1.12, there would usually be 1-3 Silithid Bugs,
   but now, there should only be 1 bug that spawns, giving you an easier
   time to farm these things.

   	Eastern Plaguelands – Northdale is your next stop.  If possible,
   have a warlock cast Greater Detect Invisibility so you’ll be able to
   see the invisible ghosts that wander around.  Either the banshees or
   invisible ghosts will give you ectoplasm.

   	Winterspring – Lake Kel’Theril is the last stop for ectoplasms.
   You can usually find a large number of ghosts by the ruins, so it
   shouldn’t take long to get all 12 ectoplasms.  If you happen to have
   40-50g, you can go to Darkwhisper Gorge, to the first cave you see,
   and buy the Fel Elemental Rod from Vi’el, a little imp, which will
   save a lot of time in the upcoming steps.

   A Portable Power Source

   Now that you have the ectoplasm, go back to Mux and he should give
   you a quest to kill Magma Lord Bokk in the Burning Steppes.  He is
   west of the Pillar of Ash, inside a small lava pool.  Just look for a
   giant earth elemental.  He’s pretty easy to solo, just watch out for
   his adds and the occasional 60 elite dragon.

   A Shifty Merchant

   Once he is dead, get his Magma Core an go back to Mux.  Now he’ll
   tell you to get a Fel Elemental Rod that hopefully you had gotten in
   Winterspring while collecting ectoplasm.  If not, just go to
   Darkhisper Gorge in southern Winterspring and look in the first cave
   you see to the right (be careful of the elite demons!).  After giving
   him the rod, he’ll tell you to go back to your quest-giver in
   Ironforge or Orgrimmar, where they should give you your belt and

        NOTE!: I’ve asked people about the price of the Fel Elemental Rod
      and looked on the internet, and everyone seems to be buying it at
      40g or 50g for many different reasons, like maybe people are buying
      it at 40g even though they’re on the quest, which is supposed to be
      50g, so if you find it at 50g, try waiting for a little bit, then
      checking back to see if it’s 40g.

   III. Pants, Shoulders, Boots

   Dead Man’s Plea

   Your quest-giver should now give you something called an Extra
   Dimensional Ghost Revealer and send you to the main entrance of
   Stratholme to find a ghost named Anthion Harmon.  Use the revealer at
   the entrance and a human ghost should appear in front of the meeting
   stone named Anthion Harmon.  He’ll tell you to rescue his wife from
   Baron Rivendare in UD Stratholme.  See the 45 Baron Run section for
   more info.

   Proof of Life

   Once you save his wife, talk to the ghost again and he’ll give you a
   quest to gather materials.  What you will need are 3 Dark Iron Bars,
   3 Mooncloth, 20 Enchanted Leather and 4 Cured Rugged Hide.  After you
   get the stuff and turn it in, he’ll send you to the Dire Maul library
   to talk to Falrin Treeshaper.

   Falrin’s Vendetta

   Falrin will tell you to get 25 Ogre Warbeads from ogres in Dire Maul
   and Lower Blackrock Spire.  Lower Blackrock Spire has the highest
   drop rate for the ogre beads, but there are fewer ogres in it than
   Dire Maul North and outside Dire Maul, but it’s up to you where you
   want to get the warbeads.

   The Instigator’s Enchantment

   After you get the 25 Ogre Warbeads, go back to Falrin, and then he’ll
   send you on another quest to get materials.  What he requires are 4
   Dark Runes, 8 Large Brilliant Shards, and 1 Jeering Specter’s
   Essence.  You can find the essence in Dire Maul West from a group
   drop off of ghosts.

   The Challenge

   Once you get the materials, turn them in to Falrin.  He’ll then give
   you a Banner of Provocation to put in Blackrock Depths.  But after
   you get the banner, you’ll be attacked by 5 or 6 ghosts.  If you
   defeat them, good for you.  If not, you still win.

   Anyways, go to Blackrock Depths and go to the arena.  When Theldrin
   starts to talk crap, put down the banner.  Instead of the usual
   mobs that come out, mobs that seem to be class specific come out.
   These mobs are immune to taunt, but not to fear effects or polymorph.
   Use that to your advantage while you beat down the mobs.  Once the
   mobs and Theldrin are defeated, he’ll drop a box of loot that only
   drops if the banner is down, and the Top Piece of Lord Valthalak’s

   Turn in the quest you get to Anthion at Stratholme. He will then send
   you back to your quest-giver in Ironforge or Orgrimmar.  Turn in your
   tier 0 stuff to get your new tier 0.5 pants, shoulders, and boots.

   IV. Helm and Chest

   Your quest-giver should now give you a quest to find a gnome ghost
   named Bodley in Blackrock Mountain.  Go to the mountain and use the
   ghost revealer on the balcony just before the entrance to Blackrock

   Three Kings of Flame

   He gives you a quest to get Incendicite of Incendius, Ember of
   Emberseer, and Cinder of Cynder.  Lord Incendius can be found in
   Blackrock Depths, Pyroguard Emberseer can be found in Upper Blackrock
   Spire, and the Duke of Cynders needs to be summoned in Silithus.  The
   items are group drops so anyone on the quest can get the items. For
   the Duke of Cynders you will need a Twilight Cultist set and a
   Twilight Cultist Medallion of Station to summon the duke.  You must
   be Friendly with Cenarion Circle to get the quest to get the
   medallion.  You’ll be able to summon him from a regular Wind

   Note: The Cinder of Cynder will still drop if you are in a raid.

   The Left Piece of the Amulet

   Turn in the items to Bodley and he’ll give you a random quest
   followed by a similar random quest to get the left piece of Lord
   Valthalak’s Amulet.  Here is the list of places he might send you to:

    - Purgation Isle in Hillsbrad Foothills where you have to kill
      Condemned Monks, Condemned Acolytes, Cursed Paladins and Writhing
      Mages for Soul Ashes of the Banished.  Bodley should then send you
      to Scholomance to summon the ghost of Kormok in Ras Frostwhisper’s
      room.  See the Bosses section for the strategy on him.

    - Tyr’s Hand in Eastern Plaguelands to kill Preatorians to find the
      Brilliant Sword of Zealotry.  You can find Preatorians in the
      inner part of Tyr’s Hand.  Bodley will then send you to Live
      Stratholme to summon the ghosts of Jarien and Sothos in
      Balnazzar’s room.  See the Bosses section for the strategy on

    - Hive’Regal in Silithus to kill Hive’Regal Burrowers, Hive’Regal
      Spitfires, and Hive’Regal Slavemakers to get Druidical Remains.
      Bodley will then send you to Lower Blackrock Spire to summon the
      ghost of Mor Grayhoof in War Master Voone’s Room.  See the Bosses
      section for the strategy on him.

    - Frostwhisper Gorge in Winterspring to kill Frostmaul Giants and
      Frostmaul Preservers for the Starbreeze Village Relic.  Bodley
      will then send you to Dire Maul East to summon the ghost of
      Isalien in Alzzin the Wildshaper’s room.  See the Bosses section
      for the strategy on her.

   Note #1: The quest to kill elites for stuff is easily doable with 2-3
   people, so don’t go crazy looking for a full group of people do this

   Note #2: You must NOT be in a raid when killing the ghosts.
   Otherwise, no amulet for you.  :(

   I See Alcaz Island In Your Future...

   After getting the amulet, Bodley will send you to Alcaz Island in
   Dustwallow Marsh to gather 20 Bloodkelp.  They drop off the elite
   Naga, and there is some Bloodkelp in Bloodkelp Baskets.  Again, 2
   people are good enough to fight the elites there.

   The Right Piece of the Amulet

   Now Bodley will send you to do two more random quests from above to
   get the right piece of the amulet.  Once you have the right piece,
   make it into Lord Valthalak’s Amulet and turn it in to Bodley.

   Final Preparations

   Bodley will then send you into Blackrock Spire to kill orcs to get 40
   Blackrock Bracers.  You also need to give him a Flask of Supreme

   Mea Culpa

   Once you have those items, turn them in to Bodley and he should let
   you summon Lord Valthalak, which can be done in The Beast’s Room in
   Upper Blackrock Spire.  Look in the Summonable Bosses section for his

   Once you defeat Valthalak, loot him and get the quest from
   Valthalak’s spirit to return to Bodley.  Bodley will then send you
   all the way back to your quest-giver in Ironforge or Orgrimmar to
   finally receive your 0.5 head and chest.

   You have just completed on of the most tedious and
   expensive quest chains in the game!

   Once you turn in the quest, you are then able to summon any of the 4
   bosses and Valthalak at any time you want.  You also get a book about
   the summonable bosses.

   4. 45 Baron Run

   - The most efficient classes to use in the party would be of course a
   warrior (to tank) and a mage to sheep the occasional humanoid and for
   ranged DPS.  A great class to have is a priest so they can shackle
   all those pesky undead mobs, along with healing of course.  Any other
   DPS class would be great for the remaining two classes like for
   example a rogue and warlock.  And of course, these guys should all be
   60 to make the run more efficient.

   - It would be a very good idea to stock up on mana pots, health pots
   and heavy runecloth bandages.  You should use the bandages on
   yourselves or other people a lot to save the healer mana and a lot of

   - You must constantly be pulling mobs.  Always concentrate on the mob
   with the lowest health first, then the next mob and so on and so
   forth.  You should only sit down to eat or drink for maybe a few
   seconds before getting back up and fighting more mobs.

   - If anything green or above drops, greed it all no matter what item
   it is.  You simply don’t have the time to discuss on who will get the
   loot.  If something epic drops, don’t argue over it, just need it and
   go on with your life.

   - When you need to kill the guys in the ziggurats, just have your
   mage go in there with his ice shield and have him AOE the mobs in
   there to death.  While he’s doing that, have the party go ahead and
   work on other mobs on the path to the Baron.

      Baroness Anastari – Before you face her, take out the mobs in the
   courtyard-type place near her, and then take out the mobs to the left
   of her.  You don’t need to kill the mobs to the right, since they
   shouldn’t aggro when you pull the baroness herself.  When fighting
   her, just DPS the crap out of her.  If she mind-controls anyone, DPS
   the person down fast so you can once again concentrate on the

      Nerub’Enkan – After Miz Anastari is dead, head towards
   Nerub’enkan.  Kill the mobs on the right side of the street and avoid
   the mobs on the left.  Once you get to the ziggurat, kill the mobs to
   the left of the ziggurat, then pull Nerub toward you without pulling
   the mobs on the right.

      Maleki the Pallid  –  Go through the rat trap near Nerub’s house
   (remember about all those rabid undead rats), then take out
   patrolling mobs.  Go along the right side of the fountain around the
   corner, taking out mobs along the way.  When you get to the stairs,
   take out the mobs to the left of the stairs first, then take out the
   mobs on the stairs.  Ignore the mobs to the right and fight Maleki
   where he is standing.

      Ramstein the Gorger  –  After Maleki, go along the right wall and
   go through the gate without pulling the left mobs or Magistrate
   Barthilas to the right (you can take down the magistrate after you
   defeat Rivendare).  Once you get into the gate, start pulling
   abominations immediately.  It’s better to do it one at a time, but if
   you’re in somewhat of a rush, It might be safe to pull two.  Remember
   to AOE the bile things that spawn when Bile Spewers die.  When there
   is one last abomination, fully heal up, then kill it.  Rammstein
   should then come out.  Once he’s dead, a group of elite skeletons
   will come out of the slaughterhouse.  Once they’re dead, a lot of
   non-elite skeletons will come.  Simply AOE them to death, then head
   into the slaughterhouse to fight Baron Rivendare.

      Baron Rivendare – You don’t have to defeat the baron to stop the
   time, but you need to at least start fighting him to stop the time
   limit.  If you have quite a bit of time left, take your time in
   getting ready.  Once you’re good, start the fight and the time limit
   should stop.  Remember to AOE his skeletons when they spawn and DPS
   the good baron to his doom.

   NOTE: If you wipe on Baron Rivendare, he will immediately kill Ysida,
   causing a shockwave of anger and frustration of your party members
   and the inevitable “/leave party” command...

   5. Bosses

             - Summons 4 non-elite Skeletons every 10-15 secs
             - Shadowbolt Volley
             - Bone Shield

           STRATEGY: This guy isn’t very hard.  Simply DPS him down
   while doing crowd control on the skeletons.  When he summons
   skeletons, have the mage (or whoever is doing AOE) break DPS and AOE
   the suckers down.  At one point, Kormok will summon 2 elite skeleton
   mages that will use a Fire AOE every 5 secs, and will immediately
   focus on your healer.  Have everyone except the tank break DPS from
   Kormok, DPS the mages down, and continue working on Kormok.  He will
   summon those type of guys for the rest of the fight.
   Kormok also casts a Bone Shield that he casts on himself.  If any
   melee attacks are done with the shield up, it will reflect shadow
   damage back at them.  If you see it go up, simply dispel it.

   Note: He puts the shield up at the beginning of the fight, so don’t
   forget to dispel it then!

   Jarien and Sothos

                        - Cleave

                        - Fear
                        - Random Charge
                        - Shadowbolt Volley

   	        STRATEGY: This fight may be a little tricky, but it
   isn’t too hard.  It doesn’t hurt to take along a few extra Shadow
   Protection potions (or just have your priest buff Shadow Protection
   on you) as well.  Usually it’s best to take out Sothos, as he likes
   to randomly charge people, fear a lot, and do some nasty damage with
   his Shadowbolt Volley.  Have an offtank tank Jarien while Sothos is
   being killed.  When Sothos id dead, his spirit will come and help in
   the fight against Jarien (although it’s not much).
   Jarien isn’t too hard as all she has is a Cleave attack, but it does
   around 1000 damage to everyone in the room everytime she does it, so
   DPS her down quick.

   Mor Grayhoof

               Caster Form:    - Shapeshift
                               - AOE Moonfire
                               - Hurricane
                               - Rejuvenate
                               - Healing Touch

               Bear Form:      - Maul

               Cat Form:       - Sunder Armor (?)

               Sprite Darter:  - Sleep
                               - Arcane Explosion
                               - Reflection

           STRATEGY: This may seem hard with all the forms, but it’s
   not.  Just think of fighting a druid with a lot of health and
   powerful attacks.  Anyways, he starts out in his Caster form.  Be
   careful of his AOE attacks Hurricane and Moonfire, especially
   Moonfire.  The magic effect should be dispelled immediately by your
   priest or paladin (if one is there).  He is also able to heal
   himself, as all druids can.  Once he is at around 75% health, he’ll
   shift into Bear form.  Not exactly challenging, since all it did was
   give him increased armor and more attack power.  At 50% health, he
   switches to Cat form, boosting his attack power more and gaining a
   stackable debuff similar to Sunder Armor.  Healers should be
   overhealing the tank when he’s sundered.  At 25% health, he changes
   into a Sprite Darter.  This little guy can be slightly annoying,
   since he randomly sleeps a party member.  He also has Arcane
   Explosion and a thing called Reflection, which is a shield he puts
   up.  It reflects all spells back at the caster for about 10 secs.


             - Heal
             - Starfire
             - Root
             - Summon Hippogryph

        STRATEGY: This boss is a joke.  About 10 secs. into the fight,
   she’ll summon her pet hippogryph.  DPS the thing down and concentrate
   on Isalien.  Her Starfire does decent damage, but nothing to worry
   about.  She can also Root people in place, but it’s no big deal.  The
   thing you should worry about most is her healing spell.  Whenever
   possible, you should interrupt her when she is healing.  Otherwise,
   it’s gonna be a long fight.

   Lord Valthalak
  - Shadow Wrath
               - Life Drain
               - Summon Spectral Assassins
               - Enrage
               - Shadowbolt Volley

        STRATEGY: This is the most challenging boss in the quest chain.
   He has three distinct phases, the first of which is slightly
   complicated.  It is a very good idea to stock up on Shadow Protection
   potions for the third phase.

        PHASE ONE: Have the main tank get 5 sunders on Val and have him
   face away from the raid.  Once the sunders are up, DON’T DPS until
   Val has his mana drained.  It makes the fight MUCH easier.  Once it’s
   drained, DPS can start (remember to keep his mana drained).  Have
   melee chars stay at max range from Val so Shadow Wrath doesn’t jump
   from the tank to the melee chars.  Shadow Wrath also heals Val every
   time damage is done with it.  His Life Drain is also able to jump
   from people.  This must be interrupted whenever it is done, since it
   heals Val.  If possible, mana drain Val so he won’t be able to do
   some of his moves.  Val also summons two Spectral Assassins which
   cast a spell called Defile, which basically kills the player
   instantly after 10 secs.  Have hunters and rogues DPS them down
   before they get a chance to finish casting their spell.  It’s also
   possible to use stun spells and scattershot from the hunters to
   disrupt the assassin’s spellcasting.

        PHASE TWO: When Val is at 40%, he gets Enraged and starts
   hitting really hard.  To make it easier on your life, DISARM him.
   Trust me, it helps a lot.  In this stage, he won’t summon the
   annoying Spectral Assassins, so you can keep steady DPS on him.
   Remember to always keep his mana drained.  When he gets to around
   20%, drink a Shadow Protection potion, since you’ll be getting hit
   with shadow spells.

        PHASE THREE: This phase starts when he is at 15% health.  This
   is basically like phase two, except now he casts Shadowbolt Volley on
   everyone in the raid.  Use a Shadow Protection Potion if you haven’t
   already, and DPS the crap out of him.  Again, always have his mana

   6. Tier 0 Armor Locations

   For those of you who want to get your tier 0 armor and upgrade it to
   0.5, or just want to get tier 0 armor and screw over 0.5, here is a
   list of the locations of the tier 0 armor for each class.


    Wildheart Raiment

      Wildheart Bracers: 	 Stratholme: (various mobs)
                   	    	 Scholomance: (varios mobs)

      Wildheart Belt:    	 Scholomance: (various mobs)
   	                   	 Blackrock Spire: (various mobs)

      Wildheart Gloves:  	 Stratholme: (The Unforgiven)
   	           	   	 Blackrock Spire: (various mobs)

      Wildheart Boots:   	 Blackrock Spire: (Mother Smolderweb)

      Wildheart Kilt:    	 Stratholme: (Baron Riverdare)

      Wildheart Spaulders:   Blackrock Spire: (Gizrul the Slavener)

      Wildheart Cowl:	      Scholomance: (Darkmaster Gandling)

      Wildheart Vest: 	      Blackrock Spire: (General Drakkisath)


    Beaststalker Armor

       Beaststalker’s Bindings:   Blackrock Spire: (various mobs)
                          	        Stratholme: (various mobs)

        Beaststalker’s Belt:   Blackrock Spire: (various mobs)

        Beaststalker’s Glove:  Blackrock Spire: (War Master Voone)

        Beaststalkers Boots:   Stratholme: (Nerub’enkan)

        Beaststalker’s Pants:  Stratholme: (Baron Rivendare)

        Beaststalker’s Mantle: Blackrock Spire: (Overlord Wyrmthalak)

        Beaststalker’s Cap:    Scholomance: (Darkmaster Gandling)

        Beaststalker’s Tunic:  Blackrock Spire: (General Drakkisath)


     Magister’s Regalia

   	Magister’s Bindings:   Blackrock Spire: (various mobs)

   	Magister’s Belt:       Stratholme: (various mobs)

   	Magister’s Gloves:  Scholomance: (Doctor Theolen Krastinov)

        Magister’s Boots:      Stratholme: (Hearthsinger Forresten)

   	Magister’s Leggings:   Stratholme: (Baron Rivendare)

   	Magister’s Mantle:     Scholomance: (Ras Frostwhisper)

   	Magister’s Crown:      Scholomance: (Darkmaster Gandling)

   	Magister’s Robes:     Blackrock Spire: (General Drakkisath)


     Lightforge Armor

   	Lightforge Bracers:   Scholomance: (various mobs)

   	Lightforge Belt:      Stratholme: (various mobs)

   	Lightforge Gauntlets: Stratholme: (Timmy the Cruel)

   	Lightforge Boots:     Stratholme: (Balnazzar)

   	Lightforge Legplates: Stratholme: (Baron Rivendare)

   	Lightforge Spaulders: Blackrock Spire: (The Beast)

   	Lightforge Helm:      Scholomance: (Darkmaster Gandling)

   	Lightforge Breastplate: Blackrock Spire: (General Drakkisath)


      Vestments of the Devout

   	Devout Bracers:     Stratholme: (various mobs)

   	Devout Belt:        Blackrock Spire: (various mobs)

   	Devout Gloves:      Stratholme: (Archivist Galford)

   	Devout Sandals:     Stratholme: (Maleki the Pallid)

   	Devout Skirt:       Stratholme: (Baron Rivendare)

   	Devout Mantle:      Blackrock Spire: (Solokar Flamewreath a.k.a Father

        Devout Crown:       Scholomance: (Darkmaster Gandling)

        Devout Robe:        Blackrock Spire: (General Drakkisath)


     Shadowcraft Armor

        Shadowcraft Bracers:  Scholomance: (Instructor Malicia and various mobs)

        Shadowcraft Belt:     Blackrock Spire: (various mobs)

        Shadowcraft Gloves:   Blackrock Spire: (Shadow Hunter Vosh’Gajin)

        Shadowcraft Boots:    Scholomance: (Rattlegore)

        Shadowcraft Pants:    Stratholme: (Baron Rivendare)

        Shadowcraft Spaulders: Stratholme: (Cannon Master Willey)

        Shadowcraft Cap:      Scholomance: (Darkmaster Gandling)

        Shadowcraft Tunic:    Blackrock Spire: (General Drakkisath)


     The Elements

        Bindings of Elements:  Stratholme: (various mobs)

        Cord of Elements:    Blackrock Spire: (various mobs)

        Gauntlets of Elements: Blackrock Spire: (Pyroguard Emberseer)

        Boots of Elements:   Blackrock Spire: (Highlord Omokk)

        Kilt of Elements:    Stratholme: (Baron Rivendare)

        Pauldrons of Elements:  Blackrock Spire: (Gyth)

        Coif of Elements:    Scholomance: (Darkmaster Gandling)

        Vest of Elements:    Blackrock Spire: (General Drakkisath)


     Dreadmist Raiment

        Dreadmist Bracers:   Blackrock Spire: (various mobs)

        Dreadmist Belt:      Scholomance: (various mobs)
                             Stratholme: (various mobs)

        Dreadmist Wraps:     Scholomance: (various mobs)

        Dreadmist Sandals:   Stratholme: (Baroness Anastari)

        Dreadmist Leggings:  Stratholme: (Baron Rivendare)

        Dreadmist Mantle:    Scholomance: (Jandice Barov)

        Dreadmist Mask:      Scholomance: (Darkmaster Gandling)

        Dreadmist Robe:      Blackrock Spire: (General Drakkisath)


     Battlegear of Valor

       Bracers of Valor:    Blackrock Spire: (various mobs)

       Belt of Valor:       Blackrock Spire: (Highlord Omokk)
                            Stratholme: (various mobs)

       Gauntlets of Valor:  Stratholme: (Ramstein the Gorger)

       Boots of Valor:      Scholomance: (Kirtonis the Herald)

       Legplates of Valor:  Stratholme: (Baron Rivendare)

       Spaulders of Valor:  Blackrock Spire: (Rend Blackhand)

       Helm of Valor:       Scholomance: (Darkmaster Gandling)

       Breastplate of Valor:  Blackrock Spire: (General Drakkisath)

   7. Contact Info

   My e-mail is  If you want to
   e-mail me, here are the things I would like in the e-mails to me and
   what I don’t want

   What I want

   - Criticism that doesn’t contain anything stupid
   - Asking for permission to use my FAQ on your site
   - Info that could be added to the FAQ

   What I don’t want

   - Criticism consisting of “UR FAQ IS GHEY”
   - Asking for my personal information
   - Giving info that is already in the FAQ
   - Anything else that I probably won’t care about

   If you want to contact me in-game, my char name is a 60 Tauren
   warrior, named Ranglor on the Greymane server.  But only contact me
   for a good reason, otherwise you might find yourself on my ignore

   8. Credits

   Thanks to:

   - for some of this info
   - Gamefaqs for posting my FAQ of course
    - Daniel Hnizdo -  For politely reminding me that you actually CAN
   get the Ember, Incendicite and Cynder from the three kings of flame
   during a raid, and for telling me to put a Boss section.

   Copyright omegachaos 2006.

   THE END.  Now go upgrade your armor n’ stuff.