Temple of the White Tiger

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Leader(s)

 Xuen

Race(s)
Affiliation(s)
Location

Northeast Kun-Lai Summit

Characteristics
Facilities

Done.gif Inn          Done.gif Mailbox

Undone.gif Stables

Undone.gif Anvil & Forge

Undone.gif Bank       Undone.gif Auctions

Travel

Done.gif Flight Master(s)
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High atop the frigid northern peaks of the Kun-Lai Summit looms the Temple of the White Tiger (or Tiger Temple),[1] an ancient training ground protected by an elite force of martial priests, along with the spirit of the White Tiger itself.[2]

Near the building holding Xuen himself is The Emperor's Burden - Part 6, providing a small bit of lore about Shaohao, the last emperor of Pandaria. Interacting with the shrine is one of the objectives of [The Seven Burdens of Shaohao], a Pandaria exploration achievement.

The Tiger Temple Tournament takes place here.

Quests

Gurgthock and Wodin the Troll-Servant return for the fourth round of their Ring of Blood, er... Amphitheater of Anguish, um... Crucible of Carnage, ah... Arena of Annihilation event, for level-90 adventurers only!

Several NPCs at the most likely areas a level 87 would be, namely Wanderer Chu, Farmhand Bo, Hopsmaster Chang and Leni Kelpenstout start the Vale of Eternal Blossoms storyline with B [87] Temple of the White Tiger.

NPCs

Unnamed
Guards

Flight path connections

Scenarios

Two scenarios take place here: the Arena of Annihilation, and the single-player Proving Grounds.

Speculation

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When Kang started teaching the way of the monk to the pandaren slaves, he eventually relocated with his followers to Kun-Lai Summit in order to escape the wrath of their mogu oppressors. In secret, the pandaren built a monastery among the wind-lashed peaks and kept training for their revolution.[3] This monastery probably ended up as the Peak of Serenity temple or the Temple of the White Tiger.

Patch changes

References

  1. ^ As evidenced when hovering over the Temple signpost with the mouse
  2. ^ Zone Previews: Kun-Lai Summit
  3. ^ World of Warcraft: Chronicle Volume 1, pg. 88