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Anomaly at the Umfrafenn Lake

By Abalathes | October 2, 2010

A new herb
A new herb
(Screenshot from “World of Warcraft”
by Blizzard Entertainment)

I nevertheless use the flight point to return to the Zangarmarsh. At the Umbrafenn Lake I find the first exemplar of a plant which I urgently need for my alchemy reciepes: the Ragveil.

A curios slayer
A curios slayer
(Screenshot from “World of Warcraft”
by Blizzard Entertainment)

While I am still collecting this worthy herb there is the next lucky situation. A curious Bogslayer is watching what the friendly warlock is doing there. I take the time to explicitely explain him what I am doing which lets it glow in several diffent colours.

All is so blue - where is the voidwalker?
All is so blue – where is the voidwalker?
(Screenshot from “World of Warcraft”
by Blizzard Entertainment)

But this seems to be not the anomaly I need to look for at the lake. Maybe I can find it at the very center where I can see some strange islands. I decide to swim over to there.

Icy circles
Icy circles
(Screenshot from “World of Warcraft”
by Blizzard Entertainment)

On the island I find many Nagas. Those are quite anomal as well and try to lock me within one of their ice traps which they actually manage to do sometimes. But such an ice trap is hardly lowering my magic skills and so can’t really stop me. All in all I collect fourty Naga claws from them, which even without ice traps would have taken a while. And after finishing the Nagas I manage to find the real source of the anomalie as well.

The flight of the crow
The flight of the crow
(Screenshot from “World of Warcraft”
by Blizzard Entertainment)

When I tell Ysiel Windsinger of the source of the anomaly she reacts quite unexpectedly and invites me to a flight as a crow through the Zangarmarsh. This is a nice alternation, but here as well I have only limited control on the flight. I stay with my opinion: A flying mount of my own would be better by far.

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