By Abalathes | August 24, 2010
Foreman Razelcraz thinks the Outlands suck. Beside of the usual problems (Alliance, lost items, malicious monsters and bad luck when fishing) here is nothing than wide empty skies filled with some floating rocks, mad demons and fire bursts which always and everywhere could shoot out of the ground.
To soothe him a bit I collect his lost shredder parts from the nearby canyon. While I am doing so I got a call for help from Threzzpai, a level 61 tauren druid, who needs some support as well.
This suits me well as I could profit myself if I had a companion for some more difficult missions. I meet him in the hell fire valley where he is placing his demonic focus device. Only shortly later dark black clouds appear out of nothing. To make the thing more interesting I place my demonic device right next to his one. But the issue is solved so quickly and easily that directly afterwards we go to kill Grillok “Darkeye” in his cavern.
Now again I have reached the Spinebreaker Post. A good opportunity for a visit at my unshakable friends. But not alone that my hosts are quite shaking also their world seems to went to a subsidence slope. So I better hurry to find Field commandant Thalvos to get his combat horn. Afterwards I speed up to leave this camp before it totally crumbles.
To avoid crossing the whole shaking camp again I leave it on the nearest side and immediately the sky darkens. Lightning is flashing and instead of imps voidwalkers are running around here – I have found the sphere fields. But all in all the voidwalkers look quite stable to me, especially when punching them into their huge tummies. But I am looking for unstable voidwalkers. To lure them I take my Warp Rift Generator out of my bags and activate it. I do not have to wait for too long until three premium species of unstable voidwalkers appear. As they almost explode by just watching them it is no hard work to kill them.
I leave the sphere fields. But even though it gets noticable brighter the dark smoke and some lightening remains. But this time it aren’t spherical phenomenons but another spectacular crash of the stupid folk of the gnomes. Not the first but at least the third crash which comes to my mind spontanously. As I consider it my duty I ask whether any of the survivors has been hurt. But they seem quite well and introduce themselves as “Screaming” Screed Luckheed and as Legassi. They do not want to be rescued but already have a bunch of new ideas and plan. This over activeness bothers me a bit and so I decide to take a rest for now.
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