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I suggest redirecting this to the Instance and quest guide, which is linked from the front page and serves the same purpose. -- Kirkburn 14:19, 31 May 2006 (EDT)

Which now redirects here - save yourselves the click! :) -- Bartmoss (talk) 11:04, 3 January 2009 (UTC)


Seperate tables Edit

These 3 seperate tables (E-Kingdoms, Kalimdor, Outland) should be merged into one table, with the location (zone + continent) perhaps as a column. This will give a better overview of all instances. Perhaps there are even ways to make the table sortable (as with normal wikipedia)? Someone please second and third, then I'll do the work :)... (AmericanJay 2008-06-18 11.00 gmt)

Added SPLAT5 Edit

I added SPLAT5 to Magister's Terraces Acronyms. It is commonly used in some guilds. SPLAT5 is short for Sunwell Plateau 5-man

Imported stuff from Talk:Instances Edit

Please use the Instances Template when working on an instance page.

Also note that all instances are in the Instance Category; you can put a list to the category index by using Category:Instances.

Organization Edit

The information on instances is starting to turn into a bit of a mess, so in an attempt to clean things up I've renamed Instanced dungeon to Instances. This can act as the 'top-level' or root page for everything instance related. Instance Quests should no longer be used -- I'll keep the current content of that page until I'm sure everything has been copied to the relevant pages elsewhere.(i.e. the pages for individual instances) --Rahskala 19:30, 22 Jan 2005 (EST)

Everything in Instance Quests has been moved to the individual instance pages now -- Changing it to a redirect. --Rahskala 20:33, 22 Jan 2005 (EST)

Imported from Talk:Instance List Edit

This page appears redundant to me. Page Instance and quest guide has the same content as this page, and more. I suggest to whoever loves this page the most that it is made into a redirect or deleted.HammersmithDec 27 '05

Attunement for Tempest Keep Edit

I added "Flying Mount" as an attunement for the Tempest Keep instances - it's really no different than listing a key when it comes to this instance - you literally can't get in without it. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Pittsburghmuggle (talk · contr).

Blackrock Depths Edit

The Shadowforge Key is achieved through a questline as you progress inside BRD so it can't really be considered attunement.-Pittsburghmuggle (talk · contr)

2.4 - Tempest keep instances Edit

After 2.4 one does not need a flying mount to get to Tempest Keep, a warlock can summon you in. Someone should put that up, im to lazy. Juckum 13:35, 30 March 2008 (UTC)

I believe you're incapable of being summoned there if you don't have flight training. -- Dark T Zeratul (talk) 01:42, 18 June 2008 (UTC)


Soloing, time required? Edit

There are two bits of information I would find useful: 1) At what level does an instance become soloable, and 2) how long does a given instance take for an appropriate level party. Especially the later seems to vary wildly, and providing this information might help in reducing drop-outs during game (some WoW player really seem to lack time managemanet skills.) -- Bartmoss (talk) 11:04, 3 January 2009 (UTC)

The former will also vary wildly based on class, gear, spec, and skill. -- Dark T Zeratul (talk) 11:20, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
Naturally - in these days where it is nearly impossible to find groups for low level dungeons it may still be very interesting to have some information on it. -- Bartmoss (talk) 12:39, 3 January 2009 (UTC)

Instance History Edit

I can't seem to find it anywhere, but I would love to see a "timeline" of sorts as to when instances/raids were added to the game. Such as Naxx (original) wasn't around at launch, for example. For the life of me, I cannot even find this information readily available on Google. I suppose the only way (now) would be to perusing the patch note archives from launch until now? Anyway, the information wouldn't be too useful, aside from historical or nostalgia reasons.
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