|Hemet Nesingwary Jr.|
Requires Level 28
or at Level 90
Hemet Nesingwary Jr. is a neutral quest in which Kravel Koalbeard asks players to deliver a crate to Hemet Nesingwary Jr., a dwarf in Stranglethorn Vale. This is a pull into Stranglethorn Vale, a very good questing area from the low 30s to mid 40s, and Nesingwary and his group give a lot of those quests.
How to Get This Quest Edit
At the Mirage Raceway in the Thousand Needles, talk to Kravel Koalbeard the dwarf. It seems you may have had to complete one or two of his other quests for this one to open up, specifically  , though some Alliance characters have reported being able to receive the quest as soon as they arrive at the raceway.
You will need:
Nesingwary is easy to get to for either faction. Horde characters should take a zeppelin from either Undercity or Orgrimmar to Grom'Gol, and from there head north along the road. Follow the road all the way north until it crosses a river, near the northern border with Duskwood. Instead of crossing the bridge, jump down to the left (west) and follow the river west. Alliance characters should head south along the road from the Rebel Camp at the northern end of Stranglethorn Vale and hack out into the jungle to the south-west of the road once they have crossed the second bridge. Either way you will come to a small camp of hunters with Nesingwary among them.
I have a package for a new customer of mine, a dwarf named Hemet Nesingwary Jr.. The package took weeks to arrive, and Hemet's long gone by now. He said he was going to Stranglethorn to take his father's place and hunt the beasts there, but he left me some money to send his delivery when I could.
Junior's a rich dwarf and it's a good idea to keep up relations with the rich ones, yeah? So... you want to deliver the package for me?
I heard he has a camp in Stranglethorn, north of Grom'gol.
Great, my package from Koalbeard! Thank you <name>. This crate holds special-gauge ammunition - my father swears by it - and it'll serve us well out in the jungle!
Here's your pay, and tell me, how is crusty old Kravel these days? Up to no good I'd wager...