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Latest revision as of 05:23, May 5, 2012

Not to be confused with Aerie Peaks.
Alliance 32 Aerie Peak
Aerie Peak
TypeCapital
Population8,000
Leader(s)Falstad Wildhammer
Race(s)IconSmall Wildhammer MaleIconSmall Wildhammer Female Wildhammer dwarf (7,200)

IconSmall HighElf Male AltIconSmall HighElf Female High elf (800)

IconSmall Gryphon Gryphons
AffiliationAlliance
LocationNorthwestern Hinterlands
Characteristics
FacilitiesDone Inn          Done Mailbox

Done Stables   Done Anvil & Forge

Undone Bank       Undone Auction House
TrainersUndone Class       Done Profession
TravelDone Flight Master Undone Mass-transit
StatusActive

Aerie Peak is the capital of the Wildhammer dwarves affiliated with the Alliance and located in The Hinterlands, complete with a Gryphon master. Also found here is a Master Leatherworking trainer.

Aerie Peak, the large Wildhammer city, is carved into an enormous mountainside. The city is located in the northwestern Hinterlands and overlooks Darrowmere Lake. Aerie Peak resembles a gargantuan gryphon head, with open spaces at its eyes and nostrils. Generations of Wildhammers worked on this undertaking, and the sculpture is an excellent likeness. Even the individual feathers are apparent. Wildhammer structures and battlements jut from the cliff’s base. Gryphons make their nests in the carved head and the mountain and forever flap around the place like bees about a real gryphon’s head.

The Wildhammers know who their friends and enemies are. They welcome the former and savagely defend their city against the latter. Aerie Peak’s architecture is reminiscent of Ironforge’s, but its buildings jut into the air with open ceilings to allow the Wildhammers to see the sky. The dwarves practice gryphon riding and hammer tossing on the ground and cliffs surrounding Aerie Peak.[1]

History Edit

Aerie Peak is the home of the Wildhammer dwarves, a faction that broke off from the rest of dwarven society after the War of the Three Hammers. Following the total defeat of Thaurissan during the war, the Wildhammers returned to their home in Grim Batol. What they had found was that the death of Modgud had left an evil taint in their fortress. The Wildhammers found Grim Batol uninhabitable; and founded a new home in the Hinterlands. Because of the horrific underground battles the Wildhammers were forced to fight against the Dark Iron dwarves during the war, the Wildhammers chose to build most of their dwellings above ground, instead of burrowing into the mountain as is typical of dwarven designs.

The dwarves of Aerie Peak are master Gryphon riders, and their contributions to the Alliance during war cannot be overstated. Their High Thane, Falstad Wildhammer can be found near the gryphon master at the higher part of the city.

Flight PathsEdit

Neutral 15 Acherus: The Ebon Hold, Eastern Plaguelands Wrath-Logo-Small IconSmall Deathknight
Neutral 15 Light's Hope Chapel, Eastern Plaguelands
Official alliance mini-icon Ironforge, Dun Morogh
Official alliance mini-icon Refuge Pointe, Arathi Highlands
Official alliance mini-icon Chillwind Camp, Western Plaguelands
Official alliance mini-icon Stormfeather Outpost, Hinterlands

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References Edit

  1. ^ Lands of Conflict, pg. 100

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