Quintis Jonespyre

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AllianceQuintis Jonespyre
Image of Quintis Jonespyre
Gender Male
Race Night elf (Humanoid)
Level 55
Class Druid[1]
Reaction Alliance Horde
Affiliation(s) Darnassus
Location Feathermoon Stronghold, Feralas
Status Deceased

Quintis Jonespyre was a night elf quest giver located in Feathermoon Stronghold in Feralas. He was a researcher — curses were his specialty. He was concerned with why Arch Druid Fandral Staghelm in Darnassus was using the name of the Cenarion Circle, as well as the Circle's resources, to procure vast amounts of  [Morrowgrain]. Quintis had heard that morrowgrain, under the right conditions, exuded qualities like other herbs used in primitive curses.

He and Shandris Feathermoon had had long conversations about Staghelm, and both had futilely hoped that Tyrande Whisperwind would formally reprimand Staghelm for his strange activities, but the high priestess had only reminded them that the Cenarion Circle operated outside of her authority. Still, Quintis had been shrewd enough to see the darkness growing within Staghelm before the others, and shrewder still to know that he would be safe from the archdruid while under Shandris's watch in the stronghold.

He was killed by naga in an attack on Feathermoon Stronghold shortly after the Cataclysm. Shandris witnessed his death as he was speared in the back by a myrmidon's trident as he tried to sprint for cover.[2]




Greetings, <class>. What may this humble servant of the Feathermoon Stronghold do for you today?


  • He knew psychometry - the ability to reveal an item's history by touch.[1]
  • He was also a gambler and played Kalimdor Hold 'Em, but was very bad at it and was nicknamed "King of the Bad Beats".[1]


This section includes speculation on characters that might be related, usually because they may share a last name. It should not be taken as representing official lore.

He is survived by Quantas Jonespyre, no doubt a close relative.

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  1. ^ a b c A [44] The Knife Revealed
  2. ^ Seeds of Faith, pg. 7

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