I'll admit it i love to explore and i have been to many areas most haven't. I have trudged through the wonder of mount Hyjal, Explored the depths of the lost city of Gnomelantis™, Conquered the snowy peak of Ironforge airport, Fished off Newman's landing.
In short i love to explore and i figured since i have a blog i may as well use it to show off a few of the places i have explored.
But where should i choose?
The choice was clear in the end in needed to be easy to get to and have a nice scenery atmosphere.
To that end i chose Quel'thalas. Not the area encompassing Ghostlands, Quel'danas and Silvermoon city, But a small area to the north of Tirisfal glades coast.
I first found this place pre-tbc when i was wondering if blizzard introduced any blood elf structure to the north so i decided to swim from hinterlands to Tirisfal a grueling swim and i found little till i saw quel'thalas.
I was accompanied by my good friend Itsnoteasy and we rolled two level 1 undead priests and began swimming from the northeastern tip of the Tirsifal glades coastline. Note be aware that the blood elf lands are for all intents and purposes instanced and cannot reach the regular world so you must begin in an un-instanced portion of the world.
This shot to my right shows the Huge tower of night elf origin and the dock in the distance looks pretty snazzy eh?
This shot to my left also includes the tower and the dock and the Acropolis-like ruins again they remind me of night elf structures and Zimmerman is Itsnoteasy.
A shot of the aforementioned tower the screenshot is quite devious in not showing how huge it truly is and the trees too are for that matter quite large.
Close up of the Acropolis 'Nuff said.
Close up of the pretty night elf dock
View from behind the cliff of the acropolis just took it becasue it looks good and shows the tower a little better
So thats Quel'thalas just roll an undead toon go to the coast and follow the coastline north east you will find it no problem. I think its a great place to fish and hangout as you won't be bothered and well it looks nice :P.
With that i leave you with a parting shot of all three buildings in the hopes you too will explore and don't worry i have way better places to show you but all good things must wait