|World of Warcraft: The Dark Below|
|Release date(s)||Early or late 2016|
|Platforms||Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X|
World of Warcraft: The Dark Below colloquially referred to as TDB, is the sixth expansion pack for World of Warcraft. It was officially announced on August 13th, 2013. Set primarily in a second reformed Kalimdor and Eastern Kingdoms on the world of Azeroth, the expansion set follows the return of the Burning Legion led by the evil Dark titan Sargeras, who is taking residence in a place where he plans to unleash chaos.
Dark Below returns players to the two continents of Azeroth for most of their campaigning, after two years away in defeating Deathwing and the southern continent of Pandaria, opening new zones such as Dark Below, Dragon Isles, and Zandalar.
From the official site:
Deep beneath Azeroth's surface, the entrance to the underground realm has been unlocked. It is called the Dark Below where its inhabited by the demons, devils and infernal creatures led by the fallen titan, Sargeras, the true creator of the Burning Legion. The Legion is not giving up in terrorizing Azeroth.
The new area reveals itself as the Alliance and Horde are preparing to make another stand against the Legion. Will they succeed in defeating the Burning Legion and Sargeras?
- Level cap raised to 110, new level 110 talents
- Five new high-level zones from level 100-110:
- New class: Demon Hunter
- Four new playable races: Forest trolls (Horde), Furbolgs (Alliance), High elves (Alliance), and Ogres (Horde).
- Goblins and Worgen will have new quest lines and have access to the Monk class.
- Many cinematics will be availiable in the expansion.
- A level 100 character upgrade—play immediately! Players will be able to instantly boost one character to level 100, which may be a pre-existing or a newly created character.
Among the many figures confirmed to have major roles in the Dark Below story arc are:
- , also known as the The Fallen, is the main antagonist of the expansion. He will play a major role in questing and end-game content, and is expected to be the final boss of the expansion (in a later patch).
- is the son of Varian Wrynn and the future king of Stormwind. After his father's death, he now leads the Alliance against the Burning Legion and its allies.
- is the first non-orc to become the Horde's honorable Warchief. He continues to rebuild everything that Garrosh Hellscream committed after the war between the Alliance and Horde. He now leads the Horde against the Burning Legion and its allies.
- returns to the Dragon Isles and brings the Blue dragonflight into the Alliance.
- Rastakhan forms the Zandalari Empire and prepares to face against the Alliance and Horde. He will play a major role in questing and end-game content, and is expected to be the first boss of the expansion.
- , the Black Prince, is the son of Deathwing, and one of the last uncorrupted Black Dragons that exist in the world of Azeroth. Siding with the Alliance, he will play a major role in the expansion.
- Vargastrasz becomes the new leader of the Red dragonflight and brings the faction into the Horde.
- returns in the expansion. After he and his family side with the Horde and become allies to the honorable Warchief, Chen will be involved in helping the Horde in several places in Kalimdor.
- Talgath, freed from the demonic corruption, becomes the new leader of the Draenei people after Velen was captured by the Burning Legion.
- Kel'Thuzad, the founder of the Cult of the Damned and principle agent of the Lich King, was thought to have been killed until it was revealed that he lived. He leads a small remnant of the Scourge to aid Rastakhan and the Zandalari Empire in the expansion.
- forms the True Forsaken and plans to use a deadly plague bomb which would eradicate all life in the Eastern Kingdoms.
Four new starting areas are available for the Forest trolls, Furbolgs, High elves, and Ogres:
- Barrow Forest: a level 1-12 starting area for the playable Furbolgs.
- Northeron: a level 1-12 starting area for the playable High elves.
- Maisara Hills: a level 1-12 starting area for the playable Forest trolls.
- Bladescar Highlands: a level 1-12 starting area for the playable Ogres.
Two new leveling zones are available for the expansion:
- Kul'Tiras: a level 12-20 human nation located on a large island, south-west of Lordaeron where it is ruled by the Proudmoore family. Its capital city is Boralus.
- Agamand Isles: a level 10-20 island which is located west near Tirisfal Glades. The island is set to be occupied by the Forsaken after Silverpine Forest was fully taken by Gilneas and the Alliance.
The expansion will introduce three new high-leveled zones:
- Zandalar: a level 100-103 island that lies south from the Maelstrom.
- Dragon Isles: a large group of three level 103-106 islands that lies between Kalimdor and Northrend.
- Dark Below: a large level 106-110 realm that lives deep beneath Azeroth.
Dungeon, raid and scenario contentEdit
Blizzard developers announced at BlizzCon 2015 that they intended for Dark Below to ship with new end-game content and cinematics.
Four additional dungeons from classic World of Warcraft, both low-level instances or former raids, have had level 100 heroic 5-man versions added with new content:
- The Deadmines in Westfall
- Shadowfang Keep in Silverpine Forest
- Zul'Gurub in Stranglethorn Vale
- Zul'Aman in Ghostlands
Dark Below will ship with three end-game raid dungeons and a PvP-unlocked raid dungeon, each with both 10 and 25-man settings. Once the final boss of each has been defeated, players can set each boss to heroic mode.
Factions and organizationsEdit
Numerous factions and organizations are introduced and are expected to play major roles throughout the expansion.
New racial factionsEdit
- Brownwood is the Furbolg racial faction.
- Quel'Dor is the High elf racial faction.
- Maulgruul is the Ogre racial faction.
- Zul'Daron is the Forest troll racial faction.
Alliance factions and organizationsEdit
- Aldor - an order of draenei priests that are led by Ishanah. They now side with the Alliance and are stationed in Azuremyst Isle in turning all corrupted Eredar into pure Draenei.
- Alterac Legion - a new organization that was formed by Isiden Perenolde and affiliates with the Alliance.
- Anvilrage - a large military of Dark Iron Dwarves that are part of the Alliance. The Anvilrage plans to reclaim Blackrock Mountain from the Burning Legion.
- Barkskin tribe - vast tribe of uncorrupted Furbolgs that now serve within the Alliance in Kalimdor. Led by Roth Barkskin, the Barkskin tribe is expected to aid the Alliance in conflicts that are happening in western continent.
- Blue dragonflight - a small organization that still remains in the world of Azeroth. Led by Kalecgos, the Blue dragonflight sides with the Alliance and plan to retake the Dragon Isles from the Burning Legion.
- Bowtotem tribe - a tribe of Tauren that were once members of the Grimtotem tribe. Led by Ton Windbow, the Bowtotem tribe affiliates with the Alliance and settle in the Eastern Kingdoms.
- Kirin Tor - an elite conclave of Mages that lead the nation of Dalaran. Jaina Proudmoore leads the organization to aid the Blue dragonflight in taking back the Dragon Isles from the Burning Legion.
- Maraudine clan - a clan of centaurs that occupy and maintain the temple of Maraudon. After the death of Aratas, the Maraudine clan was reorganized by Khan Zaeron, who leads his people to side with the Alliance.
- Northfall tribe - a large tribe of Wolvar that have united their tribes into one. After the effects of the cataclysm, the Northfall Wolvar were aided by the Alliance in finding a new home. Given sanctuary in Dun Morogh, the Northfall Wolvar become aligned with the Alliance.
- Northern Crusade - a vast High elven military that aligns with the Alliance.
- Obscurer tribe - a large tribe of lost Vrykul that refused to support the Scourge and remained hidden in the mountains. Destined to find a new home, the Obscurer tribe were given sanctuary by King Anduin Wrynn and joined the Alliance.
- Royal Tiras Navy - a new organized fleet that was formed to serve within the Alliance.
- Silver Covenant - a militant faction of high elves that serve within the Kirin Tor. Led by Vereesa Windrunner, the Silver Covenant helps the Kirin Tor and the Blue dragonflight in retaking the Dragon Isles from the Burning Legion.
- Stormwind Legion - a reorganized military that now serves within the Alliance. In the expansion, the Stormwind Legion travels to Zandalar to end the Zandalari threat.
- Winterskorn tribe - a tribe of vrykul that formerly lived in Skorn and Baleheim in Howling Fjord of Northrend. After leaving Northrend, the Winterskorn Vrykul were given sanctuary by the Dwarves of Ironforge and side with the noble Alliance.
Horde factions and organizationsEdit
- Bladescar clan - a vast clan of Ogres that have united their clans into one and sided with the Horde. The clan is named after the land that they settled in.
- Blightcaller Revolt - an open resistance that was formed by Nathanos Blightcaller, who stood against Sylvanas, and gathered many Forsaken to stand against her and the True Forsaken.
- Bloodsworn clan - a formed clan of Centaurs that have followed Dorthar and has becomes the first faction to join the Horde.
- Dragonflayer clan - a vrykul clan that was once under the control of the slumbering King Ymiron. Now, the clan has sided with the Horde.
- Magisters - are a group of blood elf mages and are one of three major factions in the government of Quel'Thalas. Led by Grand Magister Rommath, the Magisters travel to the Dragon Isles to battle minions from the Burning Legion.
- Mjordin - is a clan of Vrykul that were once aligned with the Scourge. After leaving Northrend, the Mjordin aligns itself with the Horde.
- Oracles - are a faction of several friendly gorloc tribes that once lived in Sholazar Basin. After the effects of the cataclysm, the Oracles side with the Horde while their Wolvar enemies side with the Alliance.
- Orgrimmar Legion - a reorganized military that serves within the Horde and its Warchief. In the expansion, the Orgrimmar Legion travels to Zandalar to end the Zandalari threat.
- Red dragonflight - a noble and honorable group of creatures that were once neutral. Now led by Vargastrasz, the Red dragonflight sides with the Horde and plan to retake the Dragon Isles from the Burning Legion.
- San'layn - a faction of darkfallen that served within the Scourge. It collapsed after the death the Lich King, but several Darkfallen were able to survive and became unemployed. Now led by Blood Lord Vorath, who was the one who reorganized the faction, the San'layn sides with the Horde.
- Scryers - a faction of blood elves led by Voren'thal the Seer. The Scryers now side with the Horde and are responsible for turning all the Felblood elves back into ordinary blood elves.
- Sen'jin tribe - a vast tribe of Jungle trolls that have united their tribes into one under the leadership of Warchief Vol'jin, who named it after his father.
- Treebash tribe - a vast tribe of Forest trolls that have united their tribes into one under the leadership of Chieftain Lexxia.
- Venture Company - is the most notorious goblin organization, deforesting and plundering the world for its natural resources. After Jastor Gallywix made peace with Mogul Razdunk, the Venture Company aligns itself with the Horde.
Neutral factions and organizationsEdit
- Burning Legion - the first main antagonist organization in the Dark Below. It is an a vast, innumerable army of demons, infernals, and corrupted races who seek to destroy any trace of order in the universe.
- Farraki tribe - a tribe of Sandfury trolls that have abandoned their service with the Zandalari and return to Tanaris.
- Forsaken Renegade Front - a small resistance that was formed by surviving Forsaken that were part of the True Forsaken. After Sylvanas' death, the Forsaken Renegade Front attends to takeover Western Darrowmere Forest for their own.
- Razorfen Legion - a vast organization of Quilboars that serve as allies to the Burning Legion. The Razorfen's main goal is to takeover Kalimdor and bring order for Sargeras' return.
- Sagepaw Legion - a vast organization of united Gnoll tribes that serve as allies to the Burning Legion. The Sagepaw's main goal is to takeover the Eastern Kingdoms and bring order for Sargeras' return.
- Thokar clan - a neutral clan of centaurs that united the Gelkis, Kolkar, and Magram into one. Now led by the Council of Khan, the Thokar clan must receive aid from the Alliance and Horde to battle the Burning Legion.
- Thorium Brotherhood - a group of dwarves who have split from the Dark Iron clan. The Brotherhood is expected to play a major role in the expansion where they battle minions of the Burning Legion.
- Zandalari Rebellion - is an open resistance that was formed to stand against Rastakhan and his newly formed Empire.
- Zandalari Empire - the second main antagonist organization in the Dark Below.
Two new options for player-versus-player game play are available with Dark Below, including:
Zones changed during Dark BelowEdit
Much of the Arathi Highlands has changed ever since the cataclysm and the discovery of Pandaria. All members of the Syndicate have aligned themselves with the Alliance while the Boulderfist ogres have joined forces with the Horde. Neutral Pandaren have now began to settle in this new land, but the whole nation is still crawling with Raptors and Spiders.
- Boulder'gor is the home of the Boulderfist ogres. The whole area has abandoned when all the ogres settled in Hammerfall. Now, the place has been taken by Gnolls.
- Boulderfist Hall is the fortress of the Boulderfist ogres. All the ogres somehow abandoned the fortress and settled in Hammerfall when they aligned themselves with the Horde. The fortress has been taken by Gnolls.
- Ying'mo Village, formerly known as Dabyrie's Farmstead, is a village of neutral Pandaren that came to settle in the new land.
- Galen's Fall is a Forsaken camp that was built near Thoradin's Wall. The camp has been ravaged by Gnolls.
- Go'Shek Farm is a farmstead that has been occupied by the Horde during the cataclysm. The whole area has become battle ground between the Hammerfall Grunts and Gnoll invaders.
- Hammerfall is a large internment camp that was taken by the Horde. After making peace with the Witherbark Forest trolls and Boulderfist Ogres, the whole camp has been turned into a large fortified fortress with newer structures that the Horde has built.
- Northfold Manor is a farm that was once occupied by forces of the Syndicate. After all members of the Syndicate abandoned the fortress and aligned themselves with the Alliance, the farmstead has been taken by Gnolls.
- Stromgarde is a large and fortified city that has been reconstructed by the Alliance, the Arathi Humans, and former members of the Syndicate. It is ruled by King Danath Trollbane.
- Witherbark Village is a village occupied by Forest trolls of the Witherbark tribe. When Gnolls took over the village, the Witherbark trolls align themselves with the Horde and fight to reclaim their village.
The Dwarves had constructed a bridge which connects from Loch Modan to the Badlands. Several areas in the Badlands have been overrun by the demons of the Burning Legion. The Alliance, Horde, and the Black dragonflight work together in defeating the Burning Legion. The Gnolls of the Sagepaw Legion have also infiltrated the land and have taken a few territorial spots.
- Agmond's End is an abandoned dig-site where the dwarven prospector Agmond met an unfortunate end thanks to the troggs which have infested the site. After Deathwing's fall, all the remaining Trogg have been transformed into ordinary dwarves and the whole the dig site becomes occupied until the Gan'args launch an attack.
- Angor Fortress is the main site of operations of the Dark Iron Dwarves. All the Dark Iron Dwarves inside the fortress have joined the Anvilrage of the Alliance. The fortress has become an Alliance military base.
- Camp Boff is the home of some of the Dustbelcher ogres. All the ogres in the camp have left and joined the Horde in New Kargath until the Gnolls took over.
- Camp Cagg is the home of some of the Dustbelcher ogres. All the ogres in the camp have left and joined the Horde in New Kargath until the Gnolls took over.
- Camp Kosh is the home of some of the Dustbelcher ogres. All the ogres in the camp have left and joined the Horde in New Kargath until the Gnolls took over.
- Camp Wurg is the home of some of the Dustbelcher ogres. All the ogres in the camp have left and joined the Horde in New Kargath until the Gnolls took over.
- Dustbelch Grotto is a large camp that was the home of the Dustbelcher ogres. The entire camp has been abandoned when all the ogres joined the Horde in New Kargath. The Gnolls have taken over the grotto.
- Fuselight is run by the Steamwheedle Cartel goblins. However, the goblins abandon their neutrality and join forces with the Horde.
- Hammertoe's Digsite is an area that was recently ruled by a gang of Dark Irons. The Alliance has taken full control over the area, but the Gnolls attack the dig site.
- Maker's Terrace is a large excavation site located just outside the entrance to Uldaman. The excavation site has become a battleground between the Dark Irons of the Anvilrage and the demons of the Burning Legion.
- New Kargath is a full-fledged Horde town that was built after the cataclysm. The town has been remodeled and expanded with newer structures, turning the whole place into a protective fortress when the Burning Legion launches an attack.
- Scar of the Worldbreaker is a massive scar that was caused by Deathwing. The Scar has been overrun by the Burning Legion that have taken over.
- Tomb of the Watchers is a dig site where Alliance and Horde excavators scour and hammer away at the land nearby. The dig site has been abandoned by the excavators until it was taken by Gnolls.
The Blasted Lands is still crawling with demons of the Burning Legion as they continue to corrupt the land under the command of Sargeras. All the Ogres have fled the Dreadmaul Furnace and aligned themselves with the Horde. Gnolls from the Sagepaw Legion have also invaded the land and aid the Burning Legion to annihilate the Alliance and Horde.
- The Altar of Storms was a place that was built by Lady Sevine. The Altar is now controlled by a group of Warlock gnolls to summon Felhounds.
- The Dreadmaul Furnace was a cavern which was populated with Ogres until the Gnolls took over the area.
- Dreadmaul Hold is a Horde town which was named by the Dreadmaul ogres who took control of it. After all the Ogres swore their allegiance to the Horde, the Hold has expanded with newer structures and turned into a fortified fortress to prevent the Infernal Raiders from attacking.
- Nethergarde Keep is a heavily defended Alliance town which was ruled by Quartermaster Lungertz. The town has been remodeled with newer structures and making the place more defensible when the Infernal Raiders were attacking.
- The Nethergarde Supply Camps is an area where Alliance and Horde soldiers were fighting for control. The camp has been taken by Gnolls.
- Red Reaches is a large beach shore along the southeastern most part of the Blasted Lands. All the Bloodwash naga that have enslaved the Rockpool Murloc were transformed into Night elves and serve alongside the Alliance as the Nightwash Infantry in Surwich and the Tainted Forest.
- Bloodwash Cavern is a large cavern where the Bloodwash naga have setup up a fortress and send many of their enslaved murlocs. The cavern has been taken by Gnolls, but the Rockpool Murlocs fight back to retake it.
- Bloodwash Fighting Pits is a small area on the Red Reaches in the Blasted Lands, where the Bloodwash naga force their enslaved murlocs to fight each other. The area has become a battle ground between the Rockpool Murloc and the Gnolls.
- Bloodwash Shrine is a small area on the Red Reaches in the Blasted Lands, where the Bloodwash naga built a shrine to Queen Azshara. The shrine has been taken by the Rockpool Murloc.
- Rockpool Village is the village of the Rockpool murlocs that were enslaved by the Bloodwash naga. The village has been retaken by the merlons after the naga were turned into Night elves.
- The Tainted Forest is an expanse of the revitalized area in the Tainted Scar, but was corrupted by the Burning Legion. The forest was later healed and became a more greener forest.
- Maldraz is a great tree, grown by Marl Wormthorn, in the Tainted Scar which it consumed creating the Tainted Forest in the Blasted Lands. The tree has been taken by a group of Night elf druids that were able to heal it, including the forest.
- Surwich is a Gilnean-controlled Alliance port and fishing village in the Blasted Lands. The port has been remodeled and expanded with new structures that were built by the Worgen and Night elves.
The snowy region of Dun Morogh has changed ever since the Cataclysm happened. The Dwarven population has increased rapidly when the Dwarves found a way to transform Trogg into ordinary Dwarves. The city of Ironforge has been constructed with more settlements and structures for newly-welcomed Grummle, Pandaren, Vrykul, and Wolvar, that have joined the Alliance.
- Bahrum's Post is a subzone of Dun Morogh. The post has been remodeled with newer structures and filled with newly-recruited Dwarves, Gnomes, Pandaren, Vrykul, and Wolvar to face against the Gnolls.
- Brewnall Village is a tiny dwarf village which served as the home for the Barleybrews, who constantly work to experiment and improve on the venerable dwarven beer brewing tradition. The village has been turned into a large village filled with new structures that were built by the Pandaren and Vrykul that came to settle in Dun Morogh.
- Frostmane Retreat is a Ice troll village in Dun Morogh. The village has been remodeled with newer structures.
- Ironforge is the capital city of the dwarves, a member of the Alliance. Much of Ironforge has changed and new areas are introduced in the expansion.
- Gol'Bolar Quarry is a large dig site which was inhabited by Trogg. All the Trogg in the site have been captured and turned into Dwarves, but the site was soon taken by the Kobold, and Frostmane trolls. The quarry has become a battleground when the Alliance attempts to reclaim the quarry.
- Iceflow Lake is a medium-sized lake where the dwarves of Brewnall Village keep a hole clear of ice in order to access fresh water and provide fishing opportunities. The lake is now filled with Frostmane trolls that have take over the lake.
- Ironband's Compound is a base of operations for a band of Dark Iron Dwarves who readily assault anyone unfortunate enough to wander too close. The compound has been taken by Frostmane trolls.
- Ironforge Airfield is an airfield located in a high mountain valley northeast of the dwarven capital city of Ironforge. The whole airfield has been remodeled and expanded, along with many recruiters that have joined the Ironforge Siege Brigade.
- Kharanos is a bustling little town that was surrounded by the stark wintry wilds of Dun Morogh. The whole town has changed with newer structures that were constructed by the Grummle, Pandaren, Vrykul, and Wolvar.
Eastern Darrowmere ForestEdit
- Browman Mill - a haunted mill that was crawling with Skeletons, Banshees and Abominations. The mill has been taken by Gnolls.
- Corin's Crossing - is a fairly prosperous crossroads trading town in Lordaeron. The Crossing was once aligned to the Scourge until the Argent Crusade was able to retake it. Now, the entire town has been rebuilt.
- Darrowshire - a small town that came under attack by a Scourge and remained in ruins. After the Gnolls took over the ruined town, Argent Crusaders fight to reclaim it.
- Fungal Forest - formerly known as the Fungal Vale, is a beautiful lush forest that is found north of the Marris Stead and Crown Guard Tower. The forest is filled with Gnolls that have taken over the area.
- Marris Stead - a long time family home of Nathanos Marris the Blightcaller, despite being one with the Forsaken and hunted by the Alliance. The Stead has been ravaged by Gnolls.
- Northdale - is a town that was destroyed by the Scourge. The place has been taken by Gnolls.
- Terrordale - a ghost town due to being one of the first human settlements overrun by the Scourge. The old town has become a war zone between the Argent Crusade and Gnolls.
- Tyr's Hand - a fortified city that was once belonged to the Scarlet Crusade until it was taken by the Argent Crusade. The city has been remodeled.
- Zul'Mashar - is the home to the Mossflayer, a small tribe of forest trolls. After the death of Warlord Thresh'jin, the Mossflayer trolls abandoned their old home and sided with the Horde when they traveled to the Maisara Hills. Now, the place has been taken by Dark trolls, loyal followers of the Zandalari Empire.
The whole land of Gilneas has been healed and changed ever since the Gilneans have returned to the Eastern Kingdoms to reclaim their homeland and destroy the plague that was used by the Forsaken. All the Gilneans have become Worgen in order to be immunized while many more feral Worgen are been cured and added into the Front.
- Aderic's Repose is a cemetery with a memorial hill, a gate and houses. The place has been overrun by Ratlings.
- Allen Farmstead is a livestock farm seemingly run by Marie Allen that raises horses, sheep, and mastiffs. The farmstead is filled with Sea hags.
- The Bite is a jagged reef that stretches above the shore of Gilneas. After the land has been healed, the Bite has been taken by Sea hags that constructed their village.
- The Blackwald is a forest that was the home of the Druids of the Scythe, who eventually became the first worgen. The whole forest has been taken by Gnolls.
- Bradshaw Mill is an abandoned mill that houses Belrysa Starbreeze. The mill is completely been ravaged by Gnolls.
- Duskhaven is a small town that was destroyed during the cataclysm. After the land was healed, Duskhaven has been rebuilt by the Gilneans and will be the new starting zone for the playable Worgen.
- Duskmist Shore is a coast of Gilneas southwest of Duskhaven that serves as the main initial landing ground for the Forsaken invasion of Gilneas. After the land was healed, Duskmist Shore has become a recent battle ground between the Gilneans and the Sea hags that have invaded the area.
- Emberstone Mine is a mine in northeastern Gilneas. The mine has been taken by the Kobold.
- Emberstone Village is a village that was once invaded by the Forsaken. Now, the village has been retaken by the Gilneans and whole place has been remodeled.
- Gilneas City was the capital city of the Kingdom of Gilneas. The city itself has changed and remodeled after the Gilneans returned to reclaim their homeland. All NPCs will be available.
- Greymane Manor is a palatial estate high in the hills of western Gilneas, owned by Genn Greymane and his family. The manor has been remodeled.
- Hammond Farmstead is a farm that grows corn run by Melinda Hammond. After the land was healed, the farmstead has been rebuilt, but used as a military base for the Gilneans.
- Headland Forest, formerly The Headlands, is forest located north of Keel Harbor. The forest will have a Gnoll camp at the heart, along with critters, foxes, and wolves.
- Keel Harbor is a small harbor in central Gilneas. The harbor itself has been remodeled and a boat will take Alliance players to Teldrassil.
- Koroth's Den is a hill where Koroth the Hillbreaker and his Ogre Minions reside. After Koroth aided the Gilneans and now resides in Keel Harbor, the den has been taken by Gnolls.
- Northgate Woods is a subzone of Gilneas. The woods is filled with Gnolls.
- Stormglen Village is a small village that was once filled with residents of Duskhaven were hoping for safety into friendly open arms. The village has been rebuilt by the Gilneans that returned to their homeland.
Several places in Hillsbrad Foothills has been retaken by the Alliance, but the Forsaken still dwell. The Hillsbrad Worgen, the Alterac Legion, and the Stormpike Guard work together and continue to drive off the undead invaders until the land itself has been invaded by a legion of Gnolls.
- Alterac City is the capital city of the kingdom of Alterac.
- Brazie Farmstead is a residence that has been erected on the former location of the Lordamere Internment Camp. The camp itself has been raided by Gnolls.
- Chillwind Point is a small ancient troll ruin and named for the chill winds that sweep through the nearby ravine. The point has become a small Horde base.
- Corrahn's Dagger is the second of the four fingers of Hillsbrad. The area has become a battle ground between the Stormpike Dwarves and Gnolls.
- Dun Garok was a dwarven fortress nestled into the southeastern hills of Hillsbrad Foothills. The Stormpike Guard battle against the Gnolls that have recently raided the fortress.
- Durnholde Keep is a ruined stronghold that was taken by the Forsaken. The fortress has been retaken and rebuilt by the Alliance.
- Eastpoint Tower is a tower which is occupied by the Forsaken. When a legion of Gnolls began invading the land, the tower will serve as neutral post for both Alliance and Horde.
- Purgation Isle is an island that has a mysterious, unknown history. The Alliance deserted the island, but the Sea hags have taken residence there.
- Southshore is the human port village that is one of the last intact Alliance towns in Lordaeron. The place has been rebuilt by the Alliance after the Forsaken were driven away.
- Southpoint Gate is a Forsaken outpost that was in Hillsbrad Foothills, on the border with Silverpine Forest.
- Strahnbrad was once a Syndicate controlled ghost town in the former human kingdom of Lordaeron. The town has been taken by the Forsaken Renegade Front, but the Alliance and Horde fight together to retake it.
The Hinterlands has changed a bit, but dark forces are at bay within the land. All the Forest trolls have aligned with the Horde, but User:Spenpiano/Dark troll|Dark troll]]s from the Zandalari Empire have arrived.
- Agol'watha is a troll ruin that was once a temple of the late Amani Empire. The troll ruin has been taken by Dark trolls.
- The Altar of Zul is a Vilebranch forest troll altar in the Hinterlands. The Altar has been taken by Dark trolls after the Vilebranch forest trolls left and traveled to the Maisara Hills.
- The Creeping Ruin is a forest troll ruin that was once overrun by hostile slimes. The ruin has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Jintha'Alor is the capital city that was built by the Trolls of the Amani Empire, and belonged to the Vilebranch tribe. The ancient troll city has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Shaol'watha is a Vilebranch forest troll ruin. The ruin has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Shadra'Alor is a settlement built by the trolls of the Amani Empire. Now, the place has been by Dark trolls after the Witherbark tribe of forest trolls have left and joined the Horde.
Parts of Loch Modan have been rebuilt after the drastic cataclysm that Deathwing committed. The Great Dam of Stonewrought has been rebuilt by the dwarves of the Alliance, allowing the lake to be restored again. All of the Trogg in the area have been turned into ordinary pureblood Dwarves and added into the Alliance.
- Ironband's Excavation Site is an extensive dwarves dig site that was invaded by hostile creatures, displacing the prospectors and miners. The whole site has become a battleground between the Dwarves and Gnolls.
- Loch Camp, formerly known as the Twilight Camp, is now crawling with Gnolls while all members from the Twilight's Hammer clan abandoned their camp and rejoined the Alliance after the cataclysm.
- The Loch is the single most prominent feature of the dwarven territory of Loch Modan. However, Deathwing's emergence into Azeroth resulted in the destruction of the Stonewrought Dam, draining much of the lake into the Wetlands. After the dam was fully rebuilt, the Loch has been refilled again with new water.
- Mo'grosh Stronghold is a set of ogre-infested caves. After Cho'Gall was defeated, which resulted the end of the cataclysm, all the Ogres that dwelled in the caves have all fled and joined the Horde while the Gnolls took over.
- Stonesplinter Valley is a valley that was crawling with hostile Stonesplinter trogg. All the Stonesplinter trogg have been captured and turned into ordinary dwarves while the Gnolls took over the valley.
- Stonewrought Dam was built by the dwarves of Ironforge and is one of the most impressive wonders of the world. Ever since the cataclysm erupted, Stonewrought Dam has been rebuilt and occupied by the Dwarves.
- Thelsamar is a dwarven town on the west side of Loch Modan. The town has been remodeled and expanded with newer structures.
The Redridge Mountains has changed a bit after the cataclysm ended. All the Blackrock Orcs in the land have fled the land and joined the Horde in Durotar. The Alliance has gained the upper hand in claiming a few places, but Gnolls from the Sagepaw Legion begin to launch attacks.
- Alther's Mill is an abandoned lumber which was overrun by spiders, buzzards and the occasional stray orc. The Mill has become battleground between a group of Alliance Farmers and Gnolls that are fighting to claim the Mill.
- Lakeridge Highway is an old highway that was originally highly traveled in the days before the First War. The Gnolls continue to to establish more camps and prepare to launch an attack on Lakeshire.
- Lakeshire is an ancient human town that sits on the banks of the majestic and large Lake Everstill. The town has been remodeled and expanded with newer structures that the Alliance constructed.
- Redridge Canyons is a labyrinthine network of passages nestled in the northwestern section of the Redridge Mountains. Many Gnolls have established more camps to prepare their attack on Lakeshire until the Alliance, along with the elite Ettin, battle against them.
- Render's Camp is an orcish outpost which contained a number of powerful Blackrock orcs. All the Blackrock orcs somehow abandoned the camp and joined forces with the Horde while the Gnolls took over.
- Render's Valley is an orcish outpost which was named after Rend Blackhand and contains a number of Blackrock orcs. All the Blackrock orcs abandoned the outpost when they joined the Horde in Durotar. Now, the outpost contains a number of Gnolls that have taken control over the area.
- Stonewatch is a human fortress which served as a defensive base in the Redrige Mountain Region from Orcish raids from the nearby Burning Steppes. The whole fortress was taken by the Blackrock clan under the leadership of their warchief Gath'Ilzogg, and his chief lieutenant, Tharil'zun. The fortress has been rebuilt and retaken by the Alliance while the Blackrock orcs abandoned the place and joined the Horde.
- Stonewatch Keep is the main structure of the human stronghold of Stonewatch. After the death of Darkblaze, the keep has been deserted when all the Blackrock orcs left and joined the Horde later on. The keep has been rebuilt by the Alliance.
- Stonewatch Tower is the secondary structure of the human stronghold of Stonewatch. The tower was once controlled by the Humans of Lakeshire, but was taken by orcs of the Blackrock clan. After the death of Gath'Ilzogg, all the Blackrock orcs somehow abandoned the tower and joined the Horde while the Alliance successfully retook Stonewatch and its tower.
The Searing Gorge has changed when the Dark Iron Dwarves of the Thorium Brotherhood have increased their numbers while the rest fled and joined the Anvilrage. However, the demons of the Burning Legion have arrived and plan to take power over the land.
- The Cauldron is an enormous excavation site in the center of the Searing Gorge. The whole excavation site has become a battleground between the Thorium Brotherhood and the Burning Legion.
- Firewatch Ridge is where the main campsite of the Dark Iron Dwarves had settled. The ridge has been taken by the Gan'args and Imps where several Dark Iron Dwarves are held as prisoners.
- Grimesilt Dig Site is a digsite commandeered by the Dark Iron Dwarves. The whole dig site has become a military base for the Thorium Brotherhood to take advantage against the Burning Legion.
- Pyrox Flats is an area that was once inhabited by Dark Iron Dwarves. The Dark Iron Dwarves of the Thorium Brotherhood are now defending the area from the Burning Legion.
- The Sea of Cinders is a relatively flat stretch of land in the southern area of Searing Gorge. The demons of the Burning Legion have built a several camps around the whole southern area.
- The Slag Pit lies deep within the Cauldron excavation site. After the cataclysm, all the Searing Flamewraiths under the command of Archduke Calcinder have been destroyed, but the Wrathguards and Imps had taken over the area.
- Thorium Point is a small, neutral town in northern Searing Gorge inhabited by the Thorium Brotherhood. The point has transformed into a large fortified fortress.
The forest of Silverpine is no longer under the control of the Forsaken. The land itself has been retaken by the combined forces of the Gilneas Liberation Front, the Stormpike Guard, and the Alterac Legion that fight for the Alliance. Most of the Forsaken were slaughtered while the rest were forced to retreat to Tirisfal Glades and close off the border.
- 7th Legion Base Camp is a dwarven base of operations headed by General Marstone. The base camp has been taken by Gnolls and several dwarves are held as prisoners.
- Ambermill was a human town that was occupied by the forces of the Kirin Tor who are friendly with the Alliance. The town itself has been retaken by the Kirin Tor.
- Beren's Peril is a cave that was home to creatures of the forest, and was sometimes used as a retreat for the wizards of Dalaran. The peril itself has been overrun by Gnolls.
- Decrepit Fields has become the home to a large number of Hillsbrad Worgen who chose to seek vengeance against the Forsaken rather than be raised into undeath. The place has become a battleground between the Worgen and Gnolls that raided the fields.
- Deep Elem Mine is a mine that was blown up by the Alliance. Much of it still exists, and the Kobold are seen mining for gold.
- Forsaken High Command is a Forsaken outpost that was ruled by Grand Executor Mortuus. The High Command is completely destroyed by the Alliance, but its ruin's are still controlled by Mortuus and a group of Deathstalkers that still control the area.
- Forsaken Rear Guard is a Forsaken base that is located in Northern Silverpine. The base is completely destroyed, but a group of Dwarves from the Stormpike Guard are battling Gnolls that have raided the place.
- Olsen's Farthing was once a bustling farmstead with direct contact into the main throughway of trade in the Silverpine Forest. The Farthing has been taken by Gnolls.
- Pyrewood Village was a settlement inhabited by a group of humans who had survived the coming of the Scourge, though not without paying a large price. The village has been retaken by the Hillsbrad Worgen and the whole place has been rebuilt and expanded with new settlements: a forge, a new chapel, houses, and a fortified wall.
- Sepulcher was once nothing more than a graveyard along the road to Lordaeron's capital city. The place has become a battle ground between the Hillsbrad Worgen Farmers and Gnolls.
- Shadowfang Keep is a haunted keep that named for the forces of its former master, the demented Archmage Arugal. The keep itself belongs to a group of Forsaken survivors that serve within the True Forsaken.
- Shining Strand belonged to the Forsaken that took over the area. After the strand was abandoned the Vile Fin Murlocs have retaken the area.
- Valgan's Field is one of the desolate farms that was occupied by Moonrage worgen. The place has been overrun by Gnolls.
- The Agamand Mills was a vast windmill network once controlled by the Agamand family in northern Tirisfal Glades until it was lost to the Scourge. The Mills has been ravaged by Gnolls.
- The Balnir Farmstead is one of the many places that used to belong to the farmfolk of Lordaeron, but since the Plague of Undeath it has fallen into the hands of the Scourge. Now, the farmstead has been taken by Gnolls.
- Brill is a small town that is controlled by the Forsaken. The town has been remodeled with new structures.
- Cold Hearth Manor is a farmstead which was formerly known for its warm atmosphere and bountiful crops. The place has become a battle ground between the Gnolls and the Forsaken that plan to seek control.
- Garren's Haunt is a large farmstead in the northern part of the Tirisfal Glades. The area becomes between the Blightcaller Revolt and the True Forsaken.
Westfall was once controlled by the Defias Brotherhood and was filled with many Stormwind Citizens and drifters that have become homeless and bankrupt. After Anduin Llane Wrynn becomes the King of Stormwind and all the remaining members of the Defias Brotherhood have surrendered, all the citizens and drifters were given food and wealth by their King, including the Jinyu, Pandaren, and Vrykul that have came to settle in the land.
- The Dagger Hills is a ridge that was once control by the Defias Brotherhood. Now, the hills has been taken by a large group of Gnolls that have settled there.
- The Dead Acre was once one of many farms that was once controlled by the Defias Brotherhood. After the mechanical Harvest Watchers were reconstructed to serve the Alliance, Gnolls roam the smoldering fields of the Dead Acre.
- Demont's Place is the remain of a the original farmstead that was once occupied by Defias agents. The place has been taken by a group of Gnolls.
- The Dust Plains is an area that is populated by Gnolls. The plains has become a battle ground between the Westfall Brigade and the Gnolls.
- Furlbrow's Pumpkin Farm is one of farms that were taken by the Defias Brotherhood. The farm has been remodeled with new farmhouses that were built over the area.
- The Jansen Stead is the northernmost farm in Westfall. The stead has been ravaged by Gnolls.
- The Molsen Farm is one of the farms of Westfall that have been taken over by the Defias Brotherhood. The farm has been retaken by the Alliance, but Gnolls begin invading the area.
- Moonbrook is an Alliance controlled town. The town has been rebuilt and expanded with newer structures that were built by the Alliance.
- Sentinel Hill is newly-constructed fortress that was built by the Westfall Brigade in hopes of rebuilding the former breadbasket of the kingdom. The whole area has been fully constructed and expanded with newer settlements. All the poor Stormwind citizens and drifters were given food and wealth by King Anduin Llane Wrynn.
Western Darrowmere ForestEdit
Formerly called the Western Plaguelands, Western Darrowmere Forest has been cleansed by the Scourge, but the Alliance and Horde must face against the Forsaken Renegade Front that plan to control the land and avenge Queen Sylvanas Windrunner.
- Andorhal is a destroyed human city that was overrun by the Scourge. The city has become a battle ground between the Forsaken Renegade Front, Thassarian Military, and the Deathweaver Battalion.
- Charred Outpost was an outpost that belonged to the Scarlet Crusade. Now, the outpost has been taken by Gnolls.
- Chillwind Camp is the Alliance encampment that is located in the south, at the entrance to the Darrowmere from Chillwind Point. The encampment has been abandoned when the Gnolls took over the area.
- Caer Darrow is a keep that was turned to ruins. The place has been taken by the Forsaken Renegade Front, but the Alliance and Horde forces launched their attack on Caer Darrow, hoping to cleanse the remaining Forsaken Renegade troops and their leader.
- Felstone Field was a life-sustaining farm until it was overrun by the vile Scourge. The place has been raided by Gnolls, and the Alliance Laborers fight to defend their home.
- Gahrron's Withering is an abandoned farmstead has been taken over by the Scourge. The Withering has been taken by Gnolls.
- Hearthglen is a town and former principality that belonged to the Scarlet Crusade until it was taken by the Argent Crusade. The town itself has been remodeled and expanded with new settlements and a training facility.
- Northridge Lumber Camp is a lumbermill that was operated by the Scarlet Crusade, but was taken by the Argent Crusade. The lumbermill has become a battle ground between the Argent Crusaders and Gnolls that are raiding the camp.
- Malicia's Outpost is an outpost that belonged to Instructor Malicia. The outpost has been taken by Gnolls and Malicia is held a prisoner.
- Redpine Dell is a small forest clearing south of Hearthglen, named for the Redpine gnolls that wander the area and patrol the road between it and the gates of Hearthglen. The forest has become a battle ground between the Argent Crusade and the Gnolls.
- Sorrow Hill is a large cemetery. The place has turned into a town when the Alliance took over.
- Weeping Cave is a cave filled with bog beasts and oozes, and also the location of a rare spawn elemental named The Husk. The cave has been taken by Gnolls.
- Writhing Haunt is a an area located in the central part of the land. The haunt has become a battle ground between the Argent Crusade and the Forsaken Renegade Front.
The Wetlands has changed when the Alliance and Horde have occupied the nation. After Warlord Zaela's downfall, all the remaining Dragonmaw Orcs have left the Wetlands and aligned themselves with the Horde when they settled in Orgrimmar. The Alliance has gained the upper hand in retaking the nation, but this is when the demons of the Burning Legion invade the land.
- Angerfang Encampment is home to a group of Dragonmaw orcs. After Nek'rosh Skullcrusher (who was thought to have been killed during the cataclysm) led all Dragonmaw orcs from the camp and led them to Orgrimmar. However, the camp has been taken by Fel gnolls that have aligned themselves with the Burning Legion.
- Black Channel Marsh is located in the southwestern area of Wetlands. The whole place is crawling with Gan'args that constructed a large camp.
- Bluegill Marsh is a site occupied by Bluegill murlocs. After Gobbler's death, some of Bluegill murlocs have sided with the Burning Legion while the rest have been enslaved while the children were imprisoned.
- Direforge Hill is a major campsite that once belonged Dark Iron dwarves led by the warlock Balgaras the Foul. After the cataclysm ended with all the Rampant Fire Elementals and Smouldering Oozes gone, the whole encampment has become a battle ground between the Trogg-turned Dwarves and the Gan'args.
- Dun Modr is a fortified middle-sized dwarves town that was turned to ruin and became occupied by the Dark Iron dwarves. The Dwarves have finally taken the city while the remaining Dark Iron Dwarves were forced to surrender and aligned themselves in the Alliance.
- Green Belt is an area of the eastern Wetlands where the trees and shrubs grow especially thick and where swamp flowers bloom all year around. The whole area has become a battleground between the Greenwarden Bog Defenders, along with Night elven allies, and the demons of the Burning Legion.
- Greenwarden's Grove is a night elven and bog beast themed Alliance town. When the Burning Legion launched an invasion, the town has been expanded and turned into a defensive, fortified fortress.
- Whelgar's Excavation Site lies east of Menethil Harbor and southwest of Dun Modr in the Wetlands. The site has become a battle ground between the Explorers' League and Gnolls that invaded the area.
Ashenvale is one of the most peaceful lands in Kalimdor. Much of the land has changed ever since the cataclysm and the war between the Alliance and Horde. However, both factions must defend the land from an upcoming invasion of Dark trolls from the Zandalari Empire.
- Bathran's Haunt is the site of an ancient Kaldorei ruin, long since abandoned by the night elves. The site has been taken by a group of Forsaken, that serve as agents of the Forsaken Renegade Front.
- Bloodtooth Camp was once filled with hostile Furbolgs that were all corrupted. Now, the camp has been taken by Quilboars after all the Furbolgs freed and sought refuge in Astranaar.
- Demon Fall Canyon is famous for being the site of a titanic clash between the demonic pit lord Mannoroth, and two orcs named Grom Hellscream and Thrall. The canyon has been retaken by the Dreadlords of the Burning Legion.
- Dor'Danil Barrow Den was the site of rest for night elven druids. The Den itself has been taken by agents of the Forsaken Renegade Front.
- Fire Scar Shrine was once corrupted by the demonic influence of the Shadow Council, and became a place of great evil. The place has been taken by a group of Dark trolls from the Zandalari Empire.
- Greenpaw Village is the home of the Foulweald tribe, led by Chief Murgut and the shaman Oakpaw. The village has become ruins, but the area has become a battle ground between the Alliance Pandaren and the Quilboars.
- Mor'shan Rampart is a makeshift defensive post that was built to withstand the push of Alliance forces into the region from Ashenvale to the north. Now, the Horde inhabitants of the rampart must defend the post from an upcoming invasion of Quilboars.
- Night Run is a plance that was once inhabited by the Felmusk satyr. After all the satyrs were turned back into Night elves and sought refuge in Astranaar and Forest Song.
- Raynewood Retreat was the place where the night elven army often retreated during the War of the Satyr. After the Horde force withdrew their attack, the Retreat is now under attack by Dark trolls.
- The Ruins of Ordil'Aran was a favorite spot for the Cult of the Dark Strand, who inhabited what is left of the ruins, ready to strike at any who approach. The ruins have been taken by Dark trolls.
- Ruuzel's Isle is a small island where Ruuzel commands her Wrathtail naga forces from a hill on the center of the island. Sometime after all the Wrathtail naga were turned back into Night elves and settled in Teldrassil, the island was taken by Dark trolls.
- Satyrnaar is one of the three Ashenvale satyr settlements. Sometime after all the Bleakheart Satyrs were transformed back into Night elves, Satyrnaar was taken by the Dark trolls.
- Thistlefur Village is the homeland of the Thistlefur Furbolgs. After all the Thistlefur Furbolgs were freed from their corruption, the village has become an Alliance area, but the place is under attack by Quilboars.
- Thunder Peak is a large mountain peak near the Remains of Iris Lake in Ashenvale and is home to Lord Magmathar. Now, the peak belongs to Ganthrifal.
- Xavian is a satyr sect which was once an ancient Night elf temple. All the Satyrs in the area were turned back into Night elves and sought refuge in Astranaar, but the place was taken by Dark trolls.
- Zoram Strand is a stretch of beach in the northwest corner of Ashenvale. The stretch is fully populated with Dark trolls that taken over the beach.
- Ancient Grove is a forest on the southern edge of Azshara. The Grove is taken by Dark trolls.
- Bear's Head is a remote subzone located by the southeastern edge of the mountains of Azshara. The area has been taken by Quilboars.
- Gallywix Pleasure Palace is the residence of Trade Prince Gallywix, master of the Bilgewater Cartel. The Pleasure Palace has been remodeled with new settlements.
- Legash Encampment is a place occupied by Legashi satyr. After all the Legashi satyrs have been turned to Night elves and sought refuge in Darnassus, the encampment has been taken by Quilboars.
- Ravencrest Monument is the time-worn statue that rests atop cliffs on the tip of Azshara's southern point, overlooking the Great Sea. The monument has been taken by Dark trolls.
- The Ruins of Eldarath is an ancient night elven city that was reclaimed by the Naga that were once Highborne. Now, the Goblins battle the Dark trolls that invaded the ruins.
- Sable Ridge, formerly part of the Bitter Reaches, was recently claimed by the Black dragonflight. Now, the ridge has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Ammen Vale is a small island starting area for the draenei. The Vale will be filled with newly-recruited Draenei that were once corrupted Eredar.
- Bristlelimb Village is a small furbolg village on western Azuremyst Isle. The village has been overrun by Quilboars.
- Emberglade is an area that was filled with friendly fire elementals. The area has been taken by Quilboars.
- Shadow Ridge is a series of high, craggy hills that were currently inhabited by many blood elves, who are responsible for tampering with the Exodar and forcing it to crash. After all the blood elves in the area have left and joined the Horde in Orgrimmar, the ridge was taken by Quilboars.
- Tides' Hollow is a damp cave occupied by the Wrathscale naga who also occupy the nearby Wrathscale Point ruins. After all the Wrathscale Naga were turned back to Night elves and sought refuge in the Exodar or Darnassus, the hollow has been occupied by Quilboars.
- Wrathscale Point a small night elf ruin overrun by naga. The point has been taken by a group of Dark trolls from the Zandalari Empire.
- Axxarien was once an outpost which belonged to the Axxarien Satyrs. Now, the outpost has been taken by the Dark trolls after all the Satyrs were turned back to Night elves.
- Bladewood is an infested area where blood elves are pumping energy from the blood crystals here to power themselves. The blood elves in the area have left and sided with the Horde in Silvermoon City, but the Dark trolls have taken over and are using their dark magic to suck the energy from the crystals.
- Bloodcurse Isle is a small naga-populated island off the east coast of Bloodmyst Isle. The isle has been taken by Murlocs after all the naga were turned back into night elves.
- Bristlelimb Enclave is a large Bristlelimb furbolg village located on Bloodmyst Isle just south of Wrathscale Lair. All the Bristlelimb Furbolgs were imprisoned and enslaved by the Dark trolls.
- Crimson Reach is the northeastern shoreline of Bloodmyst Isle, facing Wyrmscar Island to the east and Bloodcurse Isle to the southeast. The reach is now populated with Dark trolls that constructed their camps.
- Nazzivian is an extensive Nazzivus satyr encampment located in southwestern Bloodmyst Isle. Now, the encampment has been taken by the Dark trolls after all the Satyrs were turned back to Night elves.
- Ruins of Loreth'Aran are ancient remains of a large night elven city that was destroyed during the Great Sundering. After all the Wrathscale Naga have been turned back into Night elves and were brought to Teldrassil, the ruins of Loreth'Aran have been taken by Dark trolls.
- Talon Stand is a hill populated by many dragon whelps. The stand has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Veridian Point is the northern tip of Wyrmscar Island which was infested with dragon whelps. The point has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Wrathscale Lair are ancient remains night elf ruins cresting the apex of a hill on Bloodmyst Isle. The lair has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Bashal'Aran was once inhabited by Cursed Highborne and Writhing Highborne, the ghostly remains of the Highborne that once inhabited the city. The ruins is now inhabited by Saurok.
- Bashal'Aran Collapse is at least in part the remains of Bashal'Aran. The collapse has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Blackwood Den is comprised of a few corrupted furbolg camps and a small cave. All the Furbolgs in the area are free from their corruption and are now aligned with the Alliance, but the den has been invaded by Sauroks.
- Earthshatter Cavern is a cavern that was once filled with Twilight's Hammer agents and enslaved earth elementals near Ameth'Aran. The cavern has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Long Wash is the desolate stretch of sand that runs south from the town of Auberdine in Darkshore until due west of Ameth'Aran. The Dark trolls have established camps.
- Master's Glaive was once a night elf holy place that was under the control of the Twilight’s Hammer, who has begun excavating Soggoth's remains with the intention of restoring them to life. The glaive has been taken by Dark trolls.
- User:Spenpiano/Mist's Edge|Mist's Edge is by far the longest stretch of coast in Darkshore, reaching all the way from Auberdine in the south to the region's northern tip. The edge has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Nazj'vel is located far south off the coast of the Twilight Shore in Darkshore and is home to the Naga. All the Naga have been turned to Night elves, but the place is now populated with Sauroks.
- Ruins of Auberdine is a former night elf port town that was destroyed after the cataclysm. The area has become a battle ground between the Night elves and Saurok.
- Ruins of Lornesta is a flooded ruin that was once filled with Darkscale Scouts lead by Lady Janira. The area is now populated with Sauroks.
- Ruins of Mathystra was a former night elven city that was destroyed before the Great Sundering. The ruins have been taken by the Dark trolls, but the night elves are trying to fight back.
- Shatterspear Vale is a small valley surrounded by mountainous cliffs on all sides that houses a village inhabited by the trolls of the Shatterspear tribe. The vale has been taken by Dark trolls.
In the past, Desolace was nothing but a massive grey desert, filled with dead trees and skulls of dead kodo, along with warring tribes of Centaur and the malevolent Burning Blade. Now, the land has become a greenish land, but Quilboars have recently invaded the land.
- Gelkis Village is a centaur village located just to the east and slightly south of Shadowprey Village in southwestern Desolace. The village is populated with Quilboars.
- Bolgan's Hole is a large cave that houses the most prominent members of the Gelkis centaurs. The cave hs been taken by Quilboars.
- Magram Territory is a large centaur village in eastern Desolace. The village has become battle ground between the centaurs and quilboars.
- Mannoroc Coven is the location of a number of night elven ruins in Desolace. The coven contines to be the stronghold for the demons of the Burning Legion.
- Nijel's Point is an Alliance outpost located in the northern mountains of Desolace. The point has been remodeled.
- Ranazjar Isle is a small, rocky island off the northwest coast of Desolace. The isle is now inhabited by a group of Sauroks.
- Sargeron was once a night elven city, but has lain in ruins since the War of the Ancients. The place has become a battle ground between the night elves and quilboars.
- Shadowbreak Ravine is a well-hidden haven for Burning Blade cultists found in the mountains southeast of Shok'thokar in Desolace. The ravine has been taken by Quilboars.
- Shok'thokar was the Magram centaur's village before it was taken by the Burning Blade and their demon masters from the Shadowbreak Ravine. The village now belongs to the Thokar centaurs.
- Thunder Axe Fortress is a stronghold occupied by the Burning Blade cult founded by Klass Metalfist. Now, the fortress belongs to the Horde.
- Valley of Bones is a crag infested by skeletons and centaur necromancers. The valley has been taken by Quilboars.
- Valley of Spears is a valley where the Maraudine clan of centaur make their home in western Desolace. The valley has been overrun by quilboars.
Much of Durotar has changed ever since Garrosh Hellscream, the former Warchief of the Horde, betrayed his people for the sake of war. Now, the land has been reestablished by Vol'jin, who has taken the mantle as Warchief. Those that were loyal to Garrosh and surrendered during the Siege of Orgrimmar were forced to submit.
- Darkspear Strand is where the Darkspear trolls arrived upon their evacuation of the Echo Isles. The strand has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Deadeye Shore is a section of seashore named after Kilrogg Deadeye, orcish hero and former chief of the Bleeding Hollow clan. The shore has become battleground between the Orcs and Dark trolls.
- Dustwind Cave was once a haven for the exiled members of the Burning Blade clan. Now, the the cave has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Jaggedswine Farm is one of several pig farms located near the front gates of Orgrimmar in the orcish homeland of Durotar. The farm has been remodeled and used as a secure base to prevent the Dark trolls from coming.
- Northwatch Foothold, once known as the Kolkar Crag, is a valley located west of Sen'jin Village in Durotar. After the Alliance abandoned the Foothold peacefully, the area has been overrun by Dark trolls.
- Rocktusk Farm is situated in Durotar just down the western road outside the gates of Orgrimmar. The farm has been remodeled.
- Scuttle Coast is on the east coast of Durotar. The coast has become a huge battle ground between the Horde and the Dark trolls that have invaded Durotar.
- Tiragarde Keep is an Alliance outpost in Durotar. The keep has been rebuilt, but it is soon invaded by Dark trolls.
- Alcaz Island is a large island which features tropical vegetation and inhabited mostly by naga and hydras. The island has been taken by Dark trolls and Saurok.
- Blackhoof Village is a former Grimtotem clan village located in the northern part of the Dustwallow Marsh. The village has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Dreadmurk Shore is the name of the coastline and islands of Dustwallow Marsh between Theramore Isle and Northwatch Hold of the Barrens. The Shore has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Sentry Point is a tower acts as its name suggests, watching the comings and goings on the road to Theramore. The tower itself has been rebuilt by the Alliance.
- Theramore Isle was a human city and port town located in a rocky island east of Dustwallow Marsh, and was the capital of the kingdom of the same name. The city has been fully rebuilt.
The corrupted forest of Felwood still remains as it once was when the Burning Legion returned.
- Bloodvenom Post was a tiny Horde outpost in Felwood. The post has been retaken by the Horde.
- Deadwood Village is a village of the Deadwood tribe in southern Felwood. After all the Deadwood Furbolg were freed from the corruption, the village has been remodeled and serves as an Alliance town.
- Felpaw Village is an village that lies in the very north of Felwood near the entrance of Timbermaw Hold. The village has been taken by the Burning Legion.
- Irontree Clearing is a Horde-friendly area full of Irontree Shredders and a strip mining camp. The are hass been remodeled with new Goblin settlements, but the Burning Legion attends to take it.
- Jadefire Glen is an encampment of demonic satyr in southern Felwood. The glen has become a battle ground between the Night elves and demons.
- Jadefire Run is a satyr encampment in northern Felwood. The run has been taken by the Cenarion Circle.
- Jaedenar is an area in Felwood that has been completely taken over by a sect of the Shadow Council. All members from the Shadow Council have recently aligned with the Horde, and with the aid of the Alliance and the Cenarion Circle, they battle the Burning Legion.
- Morlos'Aran was once a great night elf settlement that was turned to ruins, long before the Great Sundering. The area has been rebuilt by the Night elves and Furbolgs of the Alliance.
The lush jungle of Feralas has changed, but both the Alliance and Horde fight together in defeating a legion of Dark trolls that have invaded the jungle.
- Feathermoon Stronghold is a Night elf port settlement on the Forgotten Coast in Feralas. The stronghold has been fully remodeled with new settlements.
- Gordunni Outpost is an area in the mountains north of Lariss Pavilion currently held by the Gordunni ogres. All the Gordunni Ogres have sided with the Horde, but they must defend their territory from Dark trolls.
- Grimtotem Compound is a large village which belonged to the Grimtotem Tauren. The compound is somehow abandoned, but taken by Gnolls that lived in Feralas.
- Isildien is a constructed Night elf city that was rebuilt by the Alliance. However, the city itself is invaded by Dark trolls, and the Alliance must prevail.
- Oneiros contains many night elf ruins where elite green dragonspawn used to patrol, however, not anymore. The area has become a war zone between the Green dragonspawn and Dark trolls.
- Ruins of Solarsal are some night elf ruins that were inhabited by Hatecrest Naga. After all the Naga were turned into Night elves in Feathermoon, the ruins has been taken by Dark trolls.
- Darkcloud Pinnacle is a village that the Grimtotem tauren call home. All the Grimtotem Tauren in that village have left and joined the Bowtotem tribe and the Alliance. Now, the village belongs to a group of Dark trolls that have taken the area.
- Fizzle's Speedbarge is a new Gnome speed barge floating raceway and dock located on the Shimmering Deep in Thousand Needles.
- Freewind Post was once a Horde town that was ruled by Cliffwatcher Longhorn. The village becomes neutral when the Night elves and Tauren work together to defeat the Dark trolls.
- Highperch is home to the proud Highperch wyverns and their nests. The place has been taken by Dark trolls and started capturing all the wyverns to use as slaves.
- Pozzik's Speedbarge is a new Goblin floating raceway and dock located on the Shimmering Deep in Thousand Needles.
- Southsea Holdfast is a Southsea Pirates outpost located on a shelf above the Shimmering Deep in Thousand Needles. Now the outpost belongs to the Dark trolls.
- Splithoof Heights is the Galak centaur village. All the Galak centaurs are now imprisoned when the Dark trolls and their Centaur Marauder allies arrived and took power over their village.