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Setting Up the Bomb (Horde)

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HordeSetting Up the Bomb
Start
End
Level

69 (Requires 67)

Category
Experience

12300 (7g 38s at level 70)

Previous

H [69] To Legion Hold

Next

Objectives

Obtain a Fel Reaver Power Core and a Fel Reaver Armor Plate, then bring them to Blood Guard Gulmok at Shadowmoon Village.

Description

We can't allow the Legion to trample us on their march to Black Temple.


Find a way to destroy the infernals they intend to use against us. That's not a request, <name>; it's an order.


The Fetid Pool near Legion Hold holds an old fel reaver power core you could use as the basis for a kind of fel bomb. Search the other wreckage near the fel reaver for a section of armor plating. You should be able to make a bomb powerful enough to take out those infernals and give the hold a nice shake!

Rewards

You will receive: 4g 10s

Progress

<You hand the materials to Gulmok.>

Completion

<Gulmok slips the power core inside of the casing, then seals it.>


That should do the trick. I wouldn't want to be in the hold when that thing goes off.

Gains

Upon completion of this quest you will gain:

Progression

  1. A [67] Visions of Destruction or H [67] Kroghan's Report
  2. B [69] Besieged!
  3. B [69] To Legion Hold
  4. B [69] Setting Up the Bomb
  5. B [69] Blast the Infernals!
  6. B [69] The Deathforge
  7. B [69] Minions of the Shadow Council
  8. Complete both:
  9. B [69] Bring Down the Warbringer!
  10. B [69] Gaining Access
  11. B [69] Invasion Point: Cataclysm
  12. B [69] The Art of Fel Reaver Maintenance
  13. B [69] The Fel and the Furious
  14. B [70] News of Victory

Notes

The armor plate is not near the Fetid Pool as the quest text may imply. Search north of Legion Hold for what looks like a small Fel Reaver being assembled.

Trivia

The name of this quest could be a reference to the phrase "Someone set us up the bomb", which is part of the opening scene to the 1980s video game Zero Wing. The game became infamous for the "All your base are belong to us" phenomenon.

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