Things You May Have Missed in Northrend
If you are one of many players who have rushed through the areas, leveling to 80 as fast as you can, there might be a few things you may have missed. I’ve taken my time, going through pretty much all the quests in each area that I have explored, and taken a few pictures to remember some of the good ones.
There is an area in the Borean Tundra where there is a quest hub at a Murloc camp. There you will rescue baby Murlocs or even dress up as one in order to infiltrate an enemy base to defeat a boss.
Also in Borean Tundra, you get to disguise yourself as the opposing faction and kill things to put the blame on them. Here you can see my flawless Horde costume.
In the same area where you get to wear the Murloc outfit, you will also be rescuing baby Murlocs. If you are a Mage and you are looking at this picture, you should know what I attempted to do next.
In the Underbelly of Dalaran, you can find Master Splinter and the Ninja Turtles in the sewer in the training area. They are still babies, and haven’t fully mutated yet.
Throughout different areas in Northrend, there will be different options of transportation during certain quests. Like riding a Bomber Plane in Howling Fjord.
Or surfing on a Crocodile’s back. As you can see, there seems to be a glitch where if you are mounted before you accept the ride, you stay mounted. This was in Sholazar Basin.
Ok not really a Gundam, but you get to ride on this Titan’s shoulders, as he Hulk Smashes his way through hundreds of scourges. Oh and you get to control the Hulk Smashing. This was also in Sholazar Basin.
Here you put on your Iron Man suit, and rocket jump your way to the top of the mountain. Silly Gnomes and their Engineering. You can find this quest somewhere in the Icecrown.
If you skipped through many areas while rushing your way to 80, you should really go back and do some of these quests. Blizzard really has put in a lot of effort in making these quests very entertaining, and it would be a shame if you missed out on them.
There are many many more quests and things in Northrend that I’ve seen and forgotten to take a screenshot, or haven’t seen them myself yet. But I’m going through all the areas and trying to do as many of the quests that I can, in order to get the full experience of this new expansion.