Shadowprey Village

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HordeShadowprey Village

Shadowprey Village.jpg

Type

Small village

Government

Tribal

Race(s)
Language(s)
Faith(s)
Affiliation(s)
Location

Southern Desolace

Characteristics
Facilities

Done.gif Inn          Done.gif Mailbox

Done.gif Stables

Done.gif Anvil & Forge

Undone.gif Bank       Undone.gif Auctions

Trainers

Undone.gif Class
Done.gif Profession

Travel

Done.gif Flight Master(s)
Undone.gif Mass-transit
Undone.gif Portal(s)

Status

Active

Sources: World of Warcraft

Shadowprey Village is a port located on the southern end of the coast of Desolace.[26, 75] Primarily a troll fishing village, Shadowprey is also a travel node for Horde adventurers. It lies along the Sar’theris Strand, south of the Valley of Spears. Nearby a representative of the Cenarion Circle, the dryad Selendra, investigates the whereabouts of Zaetar’s remains.

This village is home to a number of professional troll fishermen, whose catches help supply food to the Ghost Walker Post and are always in high demand.Recently Blubbergut, a greedy orca, has been feasting upon all the fish near the village making it difficult to caught any and feed the residents.

Travel Connections

Flight

Horde Thunder Bluff
Horde Furien's Post, Desolace
Horde Malaka'jin, Stonetalon Mountains
Horde Sun Rock Retreat, Stonetalon Mountains
Horde Camp Ataya, Feralas
Horde Camp Mojache, Feralas

Shadowprey Village NPCs

Vendors
Trainers

Notes

  • In the WoW Game Manual, this village is called "Jagged Spear Village".
  • The exact leader of the village is unknown, however, the Cenarion Circle sends Horde players to see Mai'Lahii. Often bread crumb quests send players to the person in charge of particular areas, before further quests open up.
    • The only other, currently in-game NPC, choice would be Taiga Wisemane. He sees to the safety of the village by asking players to kill lobstrok that are taking over the area south of the village.
  • Although a troll village, it's interesting that the major facilities (inn, stable master, and flight master) are being handled by the tauren.
  • According to the non-canon Warcraft RPG book Lands of Mystery The trolls of Shadowprey village tolerate Selendra's presence because they are aware that the centaur are a threat to them as well, and the Alliance here helps their cause against the Burning Blade.[1]

References

  1. ^ Lands of Mystery, pg 32-33