Kronos next scheduled content release is nearly upon us. Office site will introduce Patch 1.4 into the game. The important release is Elemental Invasion. This patch will open up the Warlock & Paladin epic mount quests, new items in various dungeons and the spell reflector recipes. Here mmogah.com will share the new patch with you.
The Elemental Invasions that are invasions by elementals at different locations on Kalimdor, which has reportedly been occurring sporadically every few days. Apparently, you can see how far into these territories they can penetrate, and then beaten back by the forces of the Horde or the Alliance.
Investigate these regions: Silithus, Winterspring, Un'Goro Crater, & Azshara, and aid your allies in countering these mysterious invasions.
What happens during an invasion?
At first, portals will open to the Elemental Plane and invaders will begin to pass through. During an invasion, you will find two to three times as many elementals in the area, usually slightly higher in level than the standard ones.
At some time during the invasion, the elemental leader will appear and begin yelling challenges in the area. More and more invaders will spawn, while the elemental leaders are alive. Once the leader has been destroyed, no new invaders will appear. Those already present will remain until they are killed.
How often invasion happens?
Not sure, though some rumors suggest once every three days.
Invaders’ Types and locations
[54-56] Blazing Invaders appear at the Fire Plume Ridge volcano in Un'goro Crater. Visually, they look similar to regular fire elementals, but are green-yellow in color. When you approach the volcano and see glowing blue-green portals floating slightly off the ground, you know an invasion is in progress.
[58+] Baron Charr leads the Blazing Invaders. He heralds his invasion with a challenge: "Hear me, denizens of the crater! I come to burn this land of its impurity!" While he is patrolling, Charr frequently yells, "Where are the so-called heroes of this world? Too frightened to come out and play?" When he vanishes, he yells a final taunt, "You have not seen the last of me fools! All will be consumed in the end!"
[55-57] Thundering Invaders appear in northeast Azshara on the upper part of the crescent of land. Visually, they look virtually indistinguishable from regular rock elementals. Fighting the thundering invaders is especially hazardous, as they wander the same area as the elite giants, and the unwary adventurer can often find himself beset on all sides.
The Thundering Invaders are led by [58+] Avalanchion. Although immensely powerful, he seems to be significantly less intelligent than either Charr or Tempestria, yelling out taunts like "Where you hiding? I find you!"
[60+] Princess Tempestria leads the Watery Invaders. She and Baron Charr are definitely the most intelligent of the invasion leaders. Tempestria imperiously demands: "This frozen land shall suffice for a start. Come to me, mortals - and I shall give you a quick and painful death."
[57-58] Whirling Invaders appear in Northwest Silithus, and resemble silver-black versions of regular air elementals, crackling with blue-green electricity. Look for greenish white shimmery portals as a sign of their invasion.
The Whirling Invaders are led by [60+] The Windreaver, who travels with his four guards throughout the Dust Stormer area of Silithus. Those unfortunate enough to see him appear receive dire warnings: "The Windreaver and his invading forces appear amidst a tumultuous conflagration in the northwest of Silithus."
A full accounting of the new content can be found as below.
Lord Grayson Shadowbreaker
Emphasis on Sacrifice
What Niby Commands
Daio the Decrepit