|An OOX of Your Own|
|Level||50 (Requires 50)|
|Experience||7100 EXP (or 42 at level 70)|
|Reputation||+500 Booty Bay|
-500 Bloodsail Buccaneers
This quest completes the quests about Oglethorpe's Homing Robots.
You've recovered three of my OOX homing robots! You've gone above and beyond what you needed to, so I will give you something special for all your help. It is a miniature version of the very same robot that you have come to know and love, the OOX!
I normally wouldn't let anyone have such a potentially lethal device, but you've been a real help. Besides - the combat mechanisms and the homing logic on this one have been disabled.
Other than that, it's an OOX by golly!
Upon completion of this quest you will gain:
|Oglethorpe's Homing Robots|
Oglethorpe's Homing Robots is not so much a chain of quests, as a series of prerequisites enabling a concluding quest.
In each of 3 zones, an OOX homing robot (which looks like a robotic chicken) has been lost, and needs rescuing.
By hunting in each of these zones (for Tanaris, also in Zul'Farrak), you will eventually run across the corresponding homing beacon. Each homing beacon offers a quest to find the corresponding homing robot. Once you have found the robot, you are offered a quest to rescue it.
These rescues involve following the robot to a point where it can take off on its own:
- In Feralas, you follow the robot from inside the cave in Feral Scar Vale to the dock along the Forgotten Coast.
- In the Hinterlands, you follow the robot from just northeast of Agol'watha to the shore beyond the Overlook Cliffs.
- In Tanaris, you follow it from just east of the Gaping Chasm to just south of the Caverns of Time.
Each time, the robot will be attacked twice or three times by groups of 3 or 4 (depending on the particular ambush) mobs. Also, the robot will attract the attention of any wandering mobs along the way.
Complete all 3 escort and beacon missions, and Oglethorpe Obnoticus will reward you with a scale model of the OOX robot... With the combat and homing mechanisms disabled, of course. Wouldn't want it pecking someone's eye out...