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This zone is a perfect example of how the Daily Quest hub should look like. Lots of quests, very little running.

Bobrock, on October 23, 2009 10:31:41   [ Reply ] 


It was a true hell on PVP Servers. Great layout, tho.

Fsomalia, on October 23, 2009 12:51:44   [ Reply ] 


I've never been here before. My DK has the flight point, but I can't think of what could be there for me.

Chrono, on October 23, 2009 03:54:12   [ Reply ] 


Even now, there is nothing quite like Isle of Quel'Danas. It's totally epic. The whole place is just one big battle and the dailies seem to fit the lore placed within it. I love it. Lots of flavor and lore, as well as fun to play. Very well designed zone

Crazystan, on October 23, 2009 05:59:16   [ Reply ] 


Seven thousand years ago, when Quel'Thalas was founded, the magisters of the new elven kingdom created a mystic fountain at a convergence of ley lines on this island off the northern coast of Eversong Woods, utilizing a vial of water stolen from the Well of Eternity sometime before the Sundering. As a result, the island - which became known as Quel'Danas - is also known as the Sunwell Isle. The Sunwell's power allowed the elves to build their cities and shape their land, as well as defend their city; during the Second War, the elven magisters used its power to erect a shield around Silvermoon City to hold off the Horde's invasion.

Separated from the mainland by a channel of the North Sea, this island nonetheless came under attack during the Third War, when the corrupted Prince Arthas Menethil led the Scourge in its slaughtering rampage through Quel'Thalas. Using the power of Frostmourne, Arthas had created a bridge of ice linking Quel'Danas to the mainland, allowing him and his forces to reach the Sunwell Isle and carry out their dark mission to resurrect Kel'Thuzad. The Dead Scar, the path of Blight that splits Quel'Thalas in two - marking the route that Arthas' legions took to the Sunwell - abruptly ends about halfway across the island, near the entrance to the Sunwell Plateau. The Sunwell was befouled with the resurrection of Kel'Thuzad, and the island left to rot as the Scourge continued its relentless march through northern Lordaeron.

After the merciless campaign of Arthas, the essence of the sunwell endured, kept hidden by those who sought to protect it. Today, nearly six years after its destruction, the Sunwell has been reactivated by the power-mad Kael'thas Sunstrider, and is being used as a mystic portal to summon his master, the eredar overlord Kil'jaeden. At the end of the Dead Scar, near the still-shattered structures at its edge, eredar warlocks and wrathguards stand vigilant, and even some remnants of the Scourge's forces remain.

In response to the threat presented by Prince Kael'thas' operations on the Sunwell Isle, the Sha'tar - masters of Shattrath City - rallied the draenei priests of the Aldor and the blood elf magisters of the Scryers into a unified army, and dispatched them to Azeroth to end Kael'thas' nefarious scheme. This army, known as the Shattered Sun Offensive, has claimed the outpost of Sun's Reach and begins to retake the island from Kael'thas' legions.

Quel'Danas is also the island refuge of the blood elf dragonhawks. It is home to the aeries where the dragonhawks and giant eagles originated and are bred for the elite windriders. Aquel'Luer'Thala is the blood elf in charge of the units stationed on the island.

Tortus, on October 24, 2009 10:32:49   [ Reply ] 
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