Fiffty Copper’s Ghetto Azeroth
Chapter 3 – Entry #1 – Redridge Mountains
Levels 15 – 20
My gut was telling me to run a dungeon (Wailing Caverns) so I could break up questing. I ended up leaving the group, I was lost and the group kept going. I did acquire some worthy loot though. I took off my heirloom pieces to slow down the leveling pace, and so that I could enjoy the zones more.
Upon arriving in Lakeshire, I was quickly told about a gnoll problem. It was nothing at first but as I continued to quest, the more I saw evidence of a sneak attack by not only gnolls, but of the Blackrock orcs as well.
My next quest was, finding a war hero, Johnny Keeshan. Troutman told me that he was fighting in an underground fight club at the local inn. My next destination was set. I went to speak with him and he told me he wasn’t interested. Back to report to Trautman with his response and he said to get Johnny’s bow and combat knife, to lure him back.
Johnny’s weapons weren’t enough for him though. I had to bust out his squad as well. They were being held by the orcs. The orcs had so much hate towards them that at one point my mission was just to kill any Blackrock orc for the hell of it. I located the first Keeshan’s squad member in a cage, I didn’t have a key though, it was in the middle of a camp with about 30 sleeping worgs surrounding it. Luckily they were sleeping but there was a sole orc out on patrol, he proved to be nothing but a mere annoyance, I snuck by him and grabbed the key. I unlocked the cage and the prisoner told me where to locate the next person.
The next prisoner wasn’t so hard to find, he also knew where the other man was. The last prisoner was found in a cave strung up by chains on each of his arms. We had to kill an orc called Barbarius to access a lever that would release the man. With him freed all we had to do was report back to Trouteman and get Johnny back.
To be Continued….
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