|World of Warcraft: The Dark Below|
|Release date(s)||Early or late 2014|
|Platforms||Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X|
World of Warcraft: The Dark Below colloquially referred to as TDB, is the fifth 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
- 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.
Four 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.
- 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.
- Plunder Isle: a level 20-25 island under the control of the Bloodsail Buccaneers with its capital, Bloodsail Hold. All the Bloodsail Humans, Dwarves, Gnomes, and Worgen pirates have joined forces with the Alliance while the Bloodsail Goblins, Jungle trolls, Orcs, and Tauren have traveled to Hiji and sided with the Horde.
- 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.
- Hiji: a small level 20-25 island in the South Seas. The island is now occupied by Bloodsail pirates (Goblins, Jungle trolls, Orcs, and Tauren) that have aligned themselves with the Horde and built a city called Buccaneer Port.
- 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
Factions and organizationsEdit
Numerous factions and organizations are introduced in the Dark Below.
Alliance factions and organizationsEdit
- The Aldor is a faction of draenei that serve as an order of priests who revere with the naaru. Led by Priestess Ishanah, the Aldor now aid the Alliance in their warfare against the Burning Legion and heal those that were corrupted.
- The Alliance Bloodsail Buccaneers is a new faction of Bloodsail Buccaneers that have aligned themselves with the Alliance.
- The Alterac Legion is a military organization that was formed by Isiden Perenolde. He gathered many former members of the Syndicate and Ravenholdt to join by his side and aid the Gilneas Liberation Front and the Stormpike clan in eliminating many of the Forsaken out of Gilneas, Hillsbrad Foothills, and Silverpine Forest.
- The Anvilrage is a military of Dark Iron Dwarves that served under General Angerforge. Following Dagran Thaurissan's death, the Anvilrage now supports the Alliance.
- The Barkskin tribe is an uncorrupted tribe of Furbolgs that lived in a hidden land called Woodland Forest. When the Dark trolls from the Duskblade tribe attack the land, the Barkskin tribe receive aid from their Night elf allies and join the Alliance.
- The Brownwood is the Furbolg faction. Led by Chief Roth Barkskin, the citizens of Brownwood align with the Alliance.
- The Dawnseeker Crusade is a large high elven military organization that was reorganized by Tharama Lightbringer. It was named after Thalorien Dawnseeker.
- The Northfall tribe is a new primitive faction of wolvar from the Bloodpaw, Frenzyheart, Rageclaw, and Snowfall tribe. They have all combined their tribes after making peace and left Northrend during the effects of the cataclysm. When the Gorloc have sided with the barbaric Horde, the Northfall tribe joins the Alliance when they were given sanctuary by the Dwarves.
- The Obscurer tribe is a vast tribe of Vrykul that have remained hidden in the mountains of Northrend for refusing to support the Scourge and sacrifice their children under the rule of King Ymiron and the Lich King. After the fall of the Lich King and Ymiron, the Obscurer tribe ventured far south to the Eastern Kingdoms and would join the Alliance after they were given refuge in Stormwind.
- Quel'Dor is the High elf faction. Under the rule of Lord Tharama Lightbringer, the High elves of Quel'Dor have aligned themselves with the Alliance.
- The Royal Tiras Navy is a reorganized military that was formed by King Tandred Proudmoore to serve the Alliance.
- The Thassarian Military is an undead military of Death Knights and others that serve alongside Thassarian and fight for the Alliance.
- The Winterskorn tribe is a tribe of vrykul that once lived in Howling Fjord of Northrend, under the leadership of Bjorn Halgurdsson. After Bjorn's death, Thane Halgurdsson took his father's mantle and led the tribe out of Northrend. Venturing south to Eastern Kingdoms, the Winterskorn tribe arrived to Dun Morogh and joined the Alliance after making peace with the Dwarves of Ironforge.
Horde factions and organizationsEdit
- The Bladescar clan is a hidden Ogre clan that lived in Bladescar Highlands. After been discovered, Ro'gash called in many Ogres from separate tribes to join by his side and join hands with the Horde.
- The Blightcaller Revolt is a resistance that was formed by Nathanos Blightcaller to stand against Sylvanas Windrunner, who designed a powerful plague bomb which would destroy all life in the Eastern Kingdoms. The Blightcaller Revolt will major a role in the expansion.
- The Deathweaver Battalion is an undead military of Death Knights and others that serve alongside Koltira Deathweaver and fight for the Horde.
- The Dragonflayer clan is a vrykul clan that was once under the control of the slumbering King Ymiron. After Ymiron's death, the Dragonflayer Vrykul left Northrend and ventured west to Kalimdor. Arriving at the shores of Durotar, the Dragonflayer Vrykul welcomed to the Horde at the request of Warchief Vol'jin.
- The Horde Bloodsail Buccaneers is a new faction of Bloodsail Buccaneers that have aligned themselves with the Horde.
- The Oracles is a faction of several friendly gorloc tribes that once inhabited in Sholazar Basin of Northrend. After leaving Northrend during events of the cataclysm, High-Oracle Soo-say and the Oracles ventured west to Kalimdor and join the barbaric Horde while the Wolvar joined the noble Alliance.
- The Orgrimmar Legion is a reformed military organization that serves within the Horde. Formerly the Kor'kron Warchief Vol'jin had the military reorganized and promoted several leaders to serve in the ranks.
- The Scryers is a faction of Blood Elves that broke away from Kael'thas Sunstrider and assist the naaru in rebuilding Shattrath City. Led by Voren'thal the Seer, the Scryers now aid the Horde in their warfare against the Burning Legion and heal those that were corrupted.
- The Salscale tribe is a large faction of Saurok that have combined the Deepscale tribe, Hatescale tribe, Muckscale tribe, Slitherscale tribe, and Wildscale tribe into one. Under the command of Chief Salyis, the Salscale tribe joins forces with the Horde when Warchief Vol'jin gave them sanctuary.
- The Sen'jin tribe is a new and large organization of Jungle trolls from the Atal'ai, Bloodscalp, Darkspear, Gurubashi, Shatterspear, and Skullsplitter tribe have made peace and aligned themselves with the Horde under Warchief Vol'jin.
- The Treebash tribe is a vast tribe of Forest trolls that have lived in the Maisara Hills. Led by Chieftain Lexxia, the Treebash tribe continued to expand when all other Forest troll united in a single banner and joined the Horde.
Neutral factions and organizationsEdit
- The Argent Crusade is an order of holy warriors formed from the union of the Reformed Order of the Silver Hand and the Argent Dawn. The crusade had recently joined forces with the Cenarion Circle and healed the Eastern Plaguelands from its plagued state. However, a small remnant of the Scourge still remains and the Knights must exterminate them all.
- The Burning Legion is a vast, innumerable army of demons, infernals, and corrupted races who seek to destroy any trace of order in the universe. Led by Sargeras, the Burning Legion prepares for another attempt in attacking the world of Azeroth once again.
- The Forsaken Renegade Front is an undead military of Forsaken that serve under the leadership of Magan Blastlich, a former servant of Sylvanas Windrunner. After Sylvanas' death, the Forsaken Renegade Front was established by Forsaken defectors that were still loyal to the Banshee Queen, but refused to serve with their new leader Nathanos Blightcaller.
- The True Forsaken is an organization formed from Sylvanas Windrunner who plans to unleash a destructive plague that would destroy all life in the Eastern Kingdoms.
- The Zanblade tribe is an organization of Saurok that have recently combined the Mistblade, Paleblade, Riverblade, and Skumblade tribe into one and join the Zandalari Empire in Zandalar. The Zanblade tribe is led by Chief Zanblade, a noble ally to Emperor Rastakhan.
- The Zandalari Rebellion is a small resistance that stands against the Zandalari Empire.
- The Zandalari Empire is a new organization that was formed by King Rastakhan during the War against the Zandalari. The Zandalari Empire plans to prepare for their ultimate conflict against the Alliance and Horde.
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 a colony of Gnolls invade the village, the Witherbark tribe join forces with the Horde.
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 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.
Much of the Blasted Lands has changed. Parts of the wasted desert of red clay have sprouted a couple of forests and a lake. However, the demons of the Burning Legion continue to wander and corrupt the land under the command of Sargeras. All the Ogres have fled the Dreadmaul Furnace and join the Horde. Gnolls from the Blasted-paw tribe have joined forces with the Legion and plan to annihilate the Alliance and Horde.
- The Altar of Storms was built by Lady Sevine. The area is now controlled by Warlock Fel gnolls.
- 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, Mogu, Pandaren, Vrykul, Wolvar, and Yaungol 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, Wolvar, and Yaungol 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, as well as Gnoll camps that have been settled in this area.
- Ironforge is the capital city of the dwarves, a member of the Alliance. Much of Ironforge has changed and expanded with newer structures that have been built over the capital.
- 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 Gnolls, Kobold, and Frostmane trolls. The quarry has become a battleground when the Grand Ironforge Front attempt 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, Mogu, Pandaren, Vrykul, Wolvar, and Yaungol.
Eastern Darrowmere ForestEdit
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 until the Gnolls 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.
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.
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.