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Battle across the unexplored continent of Kalimdor. Unearth dead civilizations in chilling Northrend. Duel pirates across the tropical South Seas. A world of adventure awaits!
Uncover Warcrafts Secrets
Designed with extensive input from the creative minds behind Blizzards best-selling Warcraft computer game series. Narrated by famed dwarven explorer Brann Bronzebeard.
w w w. s w o r d s o r c e r y. c o m
This campaign setting sourcebook explores the regions of Kalimdor, Northrend and the South Seas, from inhabitants to geography to key individuals. Discover mysterious civilizations and devious organizations. New adventures, feats, prestige classes and other mechanics immerse you in the setting.
Hope You Survive the Discovery
Descriptions of the major regions of Kalimdor, Northrend and the South Seas.
Three adventures set in the lands of mystery to ignite your World of Warcraft RPG game.
New prestige classes (the buccaneer, holy strider and techno mage), new feats, new magic items, and new civilizations steeped in the flavor of Warcrafts unexplored regions. Provides a wealth of lore and material for Warcraft fans. Immerses the players into Blizzards best-selling Warcraft computer game franchise, with over 19 million copies sold.
ISBN 1-58846-784-8 WW17206 $29.99 U.S.
LANDS OF MYSTERY
Scott Bernie (nerubians), Bruce Graw (Chapter 3, Off to the Races, new rules), Luke Johnson (Chapter 4, Ghost Ship, Bloodsail Buccaneers, new rules), Mur Lafferty (organizations, prestige classes), Aaron Rosenberg (Chapter 5, murlocs, Troll Meat, new rules), Andrew Rowe (Chapter 1 and 2, blue dragonight, magnataur, new rules).
Layout and Typesetting:
Chris Metzen and Bob Fitch
Creative and Rules Design Assistance and Additional Material: Developer:
Ellen P Kiley.
Special Thanks Luke Johnson
To Dave Arneson and Gary Gygax, for making D&D. To Chris Metzen and Blizzard, for making Warcraft. To Del Close, for making comedy improv. To Mom and Dad (again; they deserve it) for making me.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Credits Legal Information Introduction Chapter 1: Northern Kalimdor
Ashenvale Azshara Darkshore Felwood Hyjal Summit Moonglade Teldrassil Winterspring
Coldarra Crystalsong Forest The Dragonblight Grizzly Hills Howling Fjord Icecrown Glacier The Stormpeaks ZulDrak 109 111
Chapter 6: Civilizations
The Blue Dragonight Magnataur Murlocs Nerubians
Chapter 7: Adventures
Off to the Races Ghost Ship Troll Meat The Bloodsail Buccaneers The Burning Blade Druids of the Fang The Scourge Prestige Classes Buccaneer Holy Strider Techno Mage Feats Magic Items Steam Armor and Equipment Special Material Spells
Chapter 2: Central Kalimdor
The Barrens Desolace Durotar Dustwallow Marsh Mulgore Orgrimmar Stonetalon Mountains Thunder Bluff
Chapter 8: Organizations
Chapter 9: New Rules
Chapter 3: Southern Kalimdor
Feralus Silithus Tanaris Thousand Needles UnGoro Crater
Chapter 4: The South Seas
The Broken Isles The Eye Isle of Kezan Plunder Isle Zandalar
Table 61: The Blue Wyrmkin Table 62: The Murloc Table 91: The Buccaneer (Buc) Table 92: The Holy Strider (Hst) Table 93: The Techno Mage (Tmg) 201
Chapter 5: Northrend
Azjol-Nerub The Borean Tundra
To His Highness, King Magni Bronzebeard, Rightful Sovereign of Ironforge and Dun Morogh, and Grand Explorer of the Guild; To High Explorer Tomli Magellas and all august members of the Excursion Council: Well, Im done. After months of slogging through swamps, plodding across deserts, slinking through forests, swimming through (and beneath) seas, and trudging across icy wastelands, I nished the task you set before me back in the Weary Boots. (I had had a few, as you might recall, and so wasnt in the clearest state of mind when you asked if I would undertake this journey. Especially considering I had just returned from my travels in the eastern lands that very day. Ah, we dwarves are crafty.) The western lands are interesting perhaps more so than the lands of the east, for I knew very little about the west before striking out on this expedition. Kalimdor, the islands of the South Seas, and Northrend were realms of mystery to me; and despite the secrets I uncovered, these regions retain a good many puzzles yet. Thus, I have entitled this volume Lands of Mystery, which accurately captures the feel of these western lands. What I found is ferociously interesting but disconcerting for our plans. The orcs, tauren and trolls of the Horde are rmly established on Kalimdor and (boil my beard) they could be staunch allies against the Scourge and the Burning Legion. They certainly have every reason to hate the demons and the undead. Yet instead of working with them, the Alliance forces on Kalimdor (and the rest of the world, for that matter) squabble with the Horde over petty conicts, mostly for traditions sake. I say squabble, but the situation is escalating toward outright war again, my friends. I cant think of anything the Scourge and the Legion would like better than to watch the mortal races chop each other to bits so they can inherit whatevers left when were done. We need diplomacy and handshakes, Magni, not swords and guns. The western lands hold other potential allies as well the most obvious are the night elves. However, they face their own problems, both internal and external. Other forces also exist, but instinct (and the fact that they tried to kill me) tells me theyll prove hostile to our cause. Centaur, trolls, naga the world is full of people who want to eat your liver, and I fear we dont have enough
strong dwarves to stand against them. These are dark times, my friends. At least theyre interesting times, too. I suppose I should summarize the contents of this volume. That way you can zip right to the most interesting bits (though obviously, since I wrote it, its all interesting).
In Chapters 1 through 5, I recount my travels through northern, central and southern Kalimdor, then through the South Seas and nally up into Northrend. I provide estimates (which range from wild guesses to accurate statements backed by ofcial records) of the populations in each of the regions within these areas, as well as the regions resources, rulers, settlements and the like. I should point out that the Language section of each region entry lists the regions most prominent language rst, and the others follow in alphabetical order. Scattered throughout these chapters are scraps of information that I picked up from some of the denizens in the region. These are journal excerpts, transcripts of conversations, and the like; so if you dont believe me, believe the natives. Speaking of natives, also scattered throughout these chapters are descriptions of some especially interesting denizens. Cultures and civilizations fascinate me, so Chapter 6 explores four of the most intriguing civilizations in the western lands: the blue dragonight, magnataur, murlocs and nerubians. I heard all sorts of adventurous tales in my travels; I describe three of the most exciting in Chapter 7. If any young bucks would care to test the truth of these rumors, be my guest; I may even do so myself some day. Chapter 8 describes some of the organizations I encountered on my travels: the Bloodsail Buccaneers, the Burning Blade, the Druids of the Fang, and the damnable Scourge. Know thy enemy. Finally, Chapter 9 includes various miscellanies that I thought would interest you. What does it take to be a techno mage? How do people survive in the north? If you challenge a goblin in XK-77 steam armor to a duel, what are you up against? The answers are here.
Summary of Contents
A Closing Thought
I have now traveled the whole of the world. Im possibly the only (and certainly the handsomest) individual who has done so in all of history. One might imagine, then, that the thought of continuing my career as an explorer (and archeologist, and adventurer, and anthropologist) suddenly holds little interest. What can I see, a hypothetical questioner might wonder, that I havent seen before? What else is there? Wont the rest of my life be a disappointment, as I have already accomplished this greatest of exploratory feats? To this I say: Well, hypothetical questioner, why dont you go off and squirt some lemon juice up your kilt? Trying to make me feel bad like that. If theres one thing I learned in my travels through the lands of mystery, its that the world holds innumerable wonders. My expedition turned up at least as many questions as it answered, and I am eager to return to the wilds to seek more answers and the best part about the questions Ill answer is that theyll lead to more questions. The world brims with possibilities and with the unknown, and I will always be there to partake. And thats just Azeroth. There are other worlds than this whats next for me, Magni? Brann Bronzebeard
I can hear the complaints on the message boards (www.warcraftrpg.com) now: Why didnt they include maps for each of the regions?! They could have just taken them from the World of Warcraft computer game! The answer is: We have only so much room in the book, and it seems silly to ll that room with maps that people can nd online. We gured readers would prefer some new and original content instead.
People apparently like writing about Warcraft, because I had to cut huge chunks out of this book to make everything t. Hopefully, well make the choppedout sections available for free at www. warcraftrpg.com, so check it out. Luke Johnson, Developer
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