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Mount Neverest lore and history - Field Photographer Friday

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Field Photographer Friday is a weekly look at the lore and history behind locations around World of Warcraft. This week, we're taking a look at Mount Neverest!

Prales at Neverest Pinnacle
Prales at Neverest Pinnacle

Mount Neverest is located in Kun-Lai Summit on the Pandaria continent, and is the highest mountain in all of Azeroth. The exact height is unknown, but flying in from the ocean gives a great sense of just how high above sea level it is. To access the Neverest Pinnacle (the summit of the mountain), you can follow a path marked with flags and rope starting on the north-eastern side of the mountain. The path takes you past snowy boulders and icy vortices before opening up to a small base camp called Seeker’s Point.

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Patch 7.2 Restoration Druid Changes, Updates, and Overview

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With Patch 7.2 coming on March 28, 2017, I thought it would be fun to compile a list of changes that are affecting Restoration Druids. This is my first time writing an article like this, and feedback is greatly appreciated - even if it's just to say whether or not you want to see articles like this for every patch. As usual, you can tweet @PrestonDvorak or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

There are quest and content spoilers ahead, proceed with caution if you want to avoid them!

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World of Warcraft: Legion - Patch 7.2 – The Tomb of Sargeras Trailer

Patch 7.2: Tomb of Sargeras releases on March 28, 2017.

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Twin Colossals lore and history - Field Photographer Friday

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Field Photographer Friday is a weekly look at the lore and history behind locations around World of Warcraft. This week, we're taking a look at the Twin Colossals!

Prales on top of the Twin Colossals
Prales on top of the Twin Colossals

The Twin Colossals are massive mountain spires located in north-western Feralas on the Kalimdor continent. Unfortunately, not much is known about the spires themselves or where they came from. At the base of the western spire, a night elf named Marli Wishrunner suggests the spires have existed since ancient times. She also used to be the only way to gain access to the top of the eastern spire in classic World of Warcraft, before flying was introduced to the world.

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Throne of the Elements lore and history - Field Photographer Friday

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Field Photographer Friday is a weekly look at the lore and history behind locations around World of Warcraft. This week, we're taking a look at the Throne of the Elements!

Prales with Gordawg in the background
Prales with Gordawg in the background

The Throne of the Elements is located in northern Nagrand on Outland, with an alternate version also present on alternate-Draenor. In present-Azeroth, the Throne is the last home of the powerful elemental furies, which have seen their numbers fall drastically since the destruction of Draenor. The remaining furies work to keep the elements balanced and often act as ambassadors to the shaman who commune with them.

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Westfall Lighthouse lore and history - Field Photographer Friday

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Field Photographer Friday is a weekly look at the lore and history behind locations around World of Warcraft. This week, we're taking a look at the Westfall Lighthouse!

Prales near the Westfall Lighthouse
Prales near the Westfall Lighthouse

The Westfall Lighthouse is located off the south-western coast of Westfall on the Eastern Kingdoms continent. Very little is known about the Lighthouse itself, but it was likely built prior to the First War around the time the Deadmines went into production. Its purpose would have been to help guide ships into the back entrance of the mines to access the docks inside.

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