Friday, May 24, 2013

Top five most desolate and remote places in WoW

Thanks to modern technology, the world is forever becoming a smaller place. This situation is similar to the wow , there are still some places off the map—or just barely on it—that remain shrouded in mystery simply by virtue of being really difficult to reach. But we always believe that the beautiful places are always in the most desolate and remote locations, Check out our list, the following are the top five most desolate and remote spots in WoW
1. Blasted Lands – Red Reaches
There are several “red deserts” in WoW - the other candidates for this spot were the Badlands and HellfirePeninsula. The Red Reaches are at the very southern end of the Blasted Lands, which earned their name because after the Dark Portal was opened, the taint from HellfirePeninsula seeped through and eventually blasted all life from the area around it. This whole area actually used to be a part of the Swamp of Sorrows – a zone that is undeniably lush despite its unfortunate name. Within the Blasted Lands the Red Reaches are especially depressing both for their remoteness, the hostile naga colony, and the agonizingly huge fossil archaeology site that spawns there.
2. Borean Tundra – Bloodspore Plains
At first glance, this area actually has an eerie sort of beauty – the colorful landscape, the pristine blue sky above. But don’t let looks alone fool you, the Borean Tundra is canonically huge, a sprawling arctic plain inhabited only by shambling undead, vicious monsters, D.E.H.T.A., and those hapless adventurers that dare travel there. Even the stoic taunka were ultimately forced to abandon their homes on the Borean Tundra.
3. Burning Steppes – Ruins of Thaurissan
Destroyed by Ragnaros when the mad sorcerer Thaurissan accidentally summoned him to the earthly plain, the Burning Steppes were once a rather lovely portion of the RedridgeMountains. Alas, those days are gone. If the charred trees, smoldering ruins, and ashy red sky don’t get to you, that lonely statue in the background will. Erected to commemorate both the death of Anduin Lothar and Alliance victory over the old Horde in the First War, it now stands as a bittersweet reminder of a mightier time. The only creatures that currently make the Burning Steppes their permanent home are ogres, Dark Iron dwarves, Blackrock orcs, nasty imps, sinister black dragons, and a few brave souls from the Alliance and Horde.
4. Deadwind Pass – Deadwind Ravine
DeadwindPass is an aptly named, spooky, and dangerous part of Azeroth. Patrolled by vicious carrion birds, marauding ogres, and even some wandering undead, DeadwindPass is home to Medivh’s haunted fortress of Karazhan. It’s also one of the few zones in WoW that lacks a single flight point.
5. Dragonblight – Dragon Wastes
Western Dragonblight may be home to some stunningly beautiful boreal forests, but eastern Dragonblight is another story entirely. A snowy wasteland whose landscape is broken only by rocky outcroppings and bleached dragon skeletons, this barren zone is home to all manner of nasties including undead, frostwyrms, and magnautar. WyrmrestTemple and the various dragonflights’ personal shrines offer some relief from the monotony of the snow, but not much.If you are looking for a full guide on all professions and a complete leveling guide for WOW then check out

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