Postcards from Azeroth – Thunder Bluff
This time I am in Thunder Bluff, located in the far north of Mulgore, among the sprawling flatlands of the Golden Plains.
It comprises four towering buttes. The only access from the plains below is via elevators leading to the large central butte, which is connected to the others by large wooden bridges.Thunder Bluff’s central hub
is divided into three rises, and is surrounded by three additional buttes with distinct names. Right in the middle is a huge hollow pole, which holds a spiralling ramp giving access to each rise, as well as the flight master and quartermaster at the top.
(east from spiral ramp): The noble leader of Thunder Bluff, Baine Bloodhoof, can be found at the eastern hut on this rise. Profession trainers: Aska Mistrunner
(Cooking), Kah Mistrunner
(rope bridges from Middle and High Rise): Profession trainer: Otoh Greyhide
(Archaeology); Class trainers: Druid and Priest
(rope bridges from lower and high rise): Class trainers: Hunter, Paladin and Warrior. Those that enjoy PvP will find the Battlemasters here too.
(rope bridges from Lower and Middle rise): Class trainers: Monk, Priest and Shaman. Profession trainer: Pand Stonebinder
(First Aid). A zeppelin dock is located at the western edge of Spirit Rise, facilitating a more leisurely journey between Thunder Bluff and Orgrimmar.
Pools of Vision
Pools of Vision
(accessed via the cave entrance beneath Spirit Rise): Class trainers: Mage, Priest and Warlock. Profession trainer: Poshken Hardbinder
(Inscription). The portal to Hellfire Peninsula is located at the back of the cave.
The Wind Rider Master, Tal
, is located at the top of the spiral ramp inside the central pole, standing beside the quartermaster Brave Tuho