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Jintha'Alor

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MobJintha'Alor

Jintha'Alor.jpg

Type

City

Leader(s)
  Formerly
Race(s)
Language(s)
Faith(s)

Loa

Affiliation(s)
Location
Status

Active; contested between the Vilebranch, the Horde, and the Alliance

Jintha'Alor (or Jintha'alor) is the capital city of the Vilebranch tribe located in the Hinterlands. Jintha'Alor was built by the trolls of the Amani Empire, it is the second largest city of the forest trolls, second only to Zul'Aman. The leaders of Jintha'Alor were Vile Priestess Hexx and Hitah'ya the Keeper. Rumors exist of an ancient egg of Hakkar the Soulflayer residing in the city.[1] It is named for the great Amani warrior Jintha.

The Totem of Akil'darah can be found here.

History

Former cave of Vile Priestess Hexx.

Cataclysm

Cataclysm This section concerns content related to Cataclysm.

The Horde now have a very small encampment at the base of the ruins. Further up in second-to-last tier is a pit that holds a large, roped down troll. The top cave now is filled with spiders, while the exterior area is filled with sacrificed Vilebranch trolls. In addition, the area where the bird cage used to be there are now three Wildhammer clan dwarves.[2]

Quests

Removed quests

Jintha'Alor digsites

The Jintha'Alor ruins are a troll archaeology dig site. For [Survey] purposes, they are broken up into the Upper City Digsite, consisting of the uppermost two tiers, and the Lower City Digsite, covering the rest of the ruins.

In the RPG

Icon-RPG.png This section contains information from the Warcraft RPG which is considered non-canon.

The Vilebranch trolls call this settlement home. Several smaller troll enclaves are scattered throughout the Hinterlands.[3]

Gallery

Patch changes

References

 
  1. ^ N [50] The Ancient Egg
  2. ^ Frejya's (MVP) Cataclysm Compilation. Archived from the original on 2009-08-30.
  3. ^ Lands of Conflict, pg. 100

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