26 (Requires 24)
Obtain a from a Bloodscalp Shaman.
I never got to properly thank you for saving me.
Thank you, <name>.
I'm still a little fatigued from my captivity, so I thought you might help me with my studies. As a shaman of the Wildhammer clan, I'm very interested in the shamanic practices of the Bloodscalp tribe.
Their magic seems to have diverged in an interesting direction. If I had one of the totems that their shaman use, I could begin my studies. You'll find them at the Bal'lal ruins, on the coast to the southwest.
Beware: they may put up a fight.
<Berrin studies the inscriptions on the totem.>
I think I can read this text... Fascinating!
Tsul'kalu, Mahamba, Pogeyan... what are these names?
- Patch 4.0.3a (2010-11-23): Added.
26 (Requires 24)
+250 Silvermoon City
Well met, <class>. I’ve made a habit of studying the fighting techniques of the various troll tribes in my travels, and I’ve noticed a trend. The Bloodscalp trolls at the Tkashi Ruins and Bai'lal Ruins to the north use some of the same tactics as the Amani of the northern forests.
Their magic seems to have diverged in an interesting direction and they’ve used it to become the strongest tribe in the area. It could form the core of a powerful weapon against the Amani, but first I must find out more about it.
Do not fail me, <name>. If we can bend this Bloodscalp magic to our will, my people may yet eliminate the Amani threat.
Well done. Now, this is curious...
The inscription on this totem is in a language no troll could ever hope to learn, but one that is known to us. It names the bearer as an ally of a water elemental named Naias and marks him as one worthy to channel his power.
This is most unexpected, but not entirely bad, <name>. With your help, I'd like to pursue this further.
- Patch 4.0.3a (2010-11-23): Updated for Cataclysm.