World of Warcraft

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World of Warcraft

Developer:Blizzard Entertainment Genre:RPG and MMO Release Date: Download Games Free Now!

About The Game

World of Warcraft is the most successful MMO in history, and for good reason. Combining a gripping storyline with compelling and addictive gameplay, Blizzard has once again proven they’re among the best in the business. Players must choose to join the fight for Azeroth as part of the vicious Horde or the proud Alliance, and battling each other as well as a host of otherworldly forces for control of the land. Choose between one of nine classes and battle with swords or spells to win yourself a place in Azeroth’s hall of heroes. With plenty of content for both casual and hardcore gamers, World of Warcraft succeeds as an MMO because it caters to everyone and does it well. Join the fight today!

  • • 60 levels of gameplay in a diverse, ever-changing world
  • • Engage in epic player-versus-player combat in one of three battlegrounds
  • • In-game rewards for recruiting your friends
  • • Battle against or alongside a host of characters from Blizzard’s classic real-time strategy series
  • • Constant patch updates ensure an evolving gameplay experience
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World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft Review

By Gus McZeal |

World of Warcraft is the most popular MMO ever, and for good reason. Blizzard combined the sprawling, in-depth lore of the Warcraft series with a huge, dynamic world, accessible graphics and gameplay, a fun PvP system and a large variety of dungeons, and it proved to be a winning formula. Sure, a lot of people found problems with it, but everyone knows that a lot of gamers are entitled whiners, so it’s not really surprising. In a couple of weeks the game will see the release of its fourth expansion set Mists of Pandaria, which Blizzard hopes will reinvigorate the franchise after a recent decline in subscriptions. Is World of Warcraft still worth playing after all these years?

Given that there are currently three expansions for this game, it’s kind of hard to explain the story in any detail without going on forever. Basically, there are two factions, the Horde and the Alliance, who exist in a state of perpetual warfare in the world of Azeroth. The Horde is popularly characterized as the “evil” faction because they’re the uglier of the two, but really, the two factions’ alignments are more complicated than that thanks to the game’s rich plot development. Although the Horde and Alliance spend a good amount of time fighting each other, they also have to content with a variety of mystical forces threatening to tear the world asunder—typical fantasy stuff—including a massive dragon possessed by an ancient and terrible god, a prince under the influence of a powerful orcish shaman, and an elven prince addicted to chaotic magic. This all sounds pretty serious, but the game also incorporates a huge amount of popular culture references and uses humor to tremendous effect. If you play through all the game’s content, which will take you a long time because simply tons of it, all of your emotions will be piqued at some point. It’s really quite an achievement.

World of Warcraft is a third-person MMORPG, with eight different classes to choose from if you don’t pick up any of the expansions. The classes are varied, although they’re also quite standard for MMO games: warrior, mage, priest, rogue, warlock, shaman, hunter, paladin, warlock, and druid. The Wrath of the Lich King expansion adds a death knight class to the mix, and Mists of Pandaria will add the monk, a kind of ninja-healer, which should shake things up a bit. The classes are all fun to play and well-designed: after all, this game has been under constant development during its existence, and had undergone thousands of balance tweaks and tons of content additions. This game is always being updated, ensuring an ever-changing gaming experience which provides tremendous value for money. However, be prepared to sink a lot of hours into the game!

You’ll spend your time in Azeroth running around the massive world completing quests, battling other players, exploring dungeons and participating in numerous mini games. Did I mention there’s a ton to do in this game? You can level professions like skinning, mining, blacksmithing, engineering, alchemy, tailoring, enchanting, fishing, cooking, and first aid, or spend your time raising your reputation with various factions in the game for epic rewards. There are rare spawning enemies, some of whom can be killed alone and others who take groups of up to forty players to take down. You can try and sneak into enemy cities, or defend your own capitals from player-driven invasions. And that’s barely scratching the surface. There’s a lot of content but it also unfortunately means you’ll have to grind sometimes. But, given that this is an MMO, you should be prepared for that.

World of Warcraft was released in 2004 and was designed to be able to run on a variety of system specs, so the graphics are pretty simplistic. However, this doesn’t mean that they’re bad; in fact, the game still holds up pretty well visually thanks to the game’s cartoonish aesthetic which is reminiscent of Warcraft III and its expansion Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. The new races (goblins, blood elves, draenei, and worgen) look slightly better than the original races that have been in the game since the beginning, but the difference isn’t huge, and Blizzard has made vague promises to update all the character models at some point in the future, so that’s something to look forward to. The sound design is great: while a lot of the game’s speech only appears in text form, expansion packs have brought in more and more voice acting, which, typically of Blizzard, is of consistently high quality. The game’s orchestral score is epic in all the right ways, and I don’t mean that in the throwaway sense: it really is good.

Overall, despite the fact that this game is aging, World of Warcraft remains vibrant and accessible. It truly is one of the greatest achievements in gaming, even if the formula is getting a little stale. Mists of Pandaria may be able to reinvigorate the franchise, but with the advent of more graphically-intensive MMOs like Guild Wars 2 which focus less on grinding and more on providing an experience that is fun the whole time you’re playing, World of Warcraft may have to substantially change its tack to remain relevant for a long time to come. Overall, World of Warcraft gets a Z-Score of 87/100: this score only improves with the addition of each expansion pack, all of which are available especially cheaply right now to coincide with the release of the game’s new Mists of Pandaria content. There’s a free trial, so definitely considering trying out World of Warcraft if you’re at all interested in venturing into MMO territory.

World of Warcraft Cheats

To make the 30 spullslitter tusks parts so much easier follow these simple steps.....

1)Get the Cyclonian (30 warrior quest) and the Hunt for Yenniku quest (from STV).

2)Fight the trolls north of Gromgol Camp (level 32-36) and get the 9 tusks for the hunt for Yenniku. (Tusks drop faster because drop rate on the Hunt quest is higher.

3)Once you have all 9 tusks drop the hunt for Yenniku quest (and the 9 will count towards the Cyclonian quest), then get the Hunt quest again and continue the process until you have all 30 tusks (and some left over for the Hunt for Yenniku quest).

Enter these in your chat window for desired effect. Follow a slash (/) with the command name.

 

Agree Amaze Angry Apologize Applaud Applause Beckon Beg Belch Bite Bleed Blink Blood Blow Blush Boggle Bonk Bored Bounce Bow BRB Burp Bye Cackle Calm Cat Catty Cheer Chew Chicken Chuckle Clap Cold Comfort Confused Congrats Congratulate Cough Cower Crack Cringe Cry Cuddle Curious Curt Curtsey Dance Disappointed Doh Doom Drink Drool Duck Eat Eye Farewell Fart Fear Feast Fidget Flap Flex Food Frown Gasp Gaze Giggle Glad Glare Gloat Goodbye Greet Greetings Grin Groan Grovel Guffaw Hail Happy Hello Hi Hug Hungry Impatient Insult Introduce JK Kiss Kneel Knuckles Lavish Lay Laydown Lick Lie Liedown Listen Mad Massage Moan Mock Moon Mourn No Nod Nosepick Panic Peer Peon Pest Pick Plead Point Poke Ponder Pounce Praise Pray Purr Puzzled Question Raise Rdy Ready Rear Roar Rude Salute Scratch Sexy Shake Shimmy Shindig Shiv Shiver Shoo Shrug Shy Sigh Sit Slap Sleep Smell Smirk Snarl Snicker Sniff Snub Sob Soothe Sorry Spit Spoon Stare Stink Strong Strut Surprised Surrender Talk TalkEx TalkQ Tap Taunt Tease Thank Thanks Thirsty Threat Tickle Threaten Tired TY Veto Victory Volunteer Wave Weep Welcome Whine Whistle Wicked Wickedly Work Wrath Yawn Yay

Note that you can cycle through commands with similar starting letters by typing, for example, /a> and then hitting the tab button to cycle through the commands that start with a. /bind - Gives your current bind location. /cast * - Allows you to cast spells by name. /chat, /chathelp - Lists the chat commands. /follow, /f - Causes your character to follow the selected player. /ghelp - Lists the guild commands. /party , /p - Sends a message to party chat. /r - Sends a reply to the last person who sent you a tell. /say , /s - Sends a message to people near you. /who - Lists the players online. /yell , /y - Yells a message to the area around you. /em - Creates an emote. See Emotes for more info. /played - Reports the amount of time you've played the game with that character.

* Type /cast (spell subtext) - Example: "/cast Fireball (Rank 1)". To add spell casting to a macro you can type it manually or shift-click a spell in your spell book to add the proper /cast line to the macro. Chat Channel Commands World of Warcraft will have a flexible chat channel system most likely familiar to battle.net players. Players can create custom chat channels in which to chat with friends. Players have the ability to set a password, create announcements, invite other players, ban/squelch players, and set moderators for the channel. Type /chat or /chathelp for a list of chat commands. /#, /c, /csay - Send text to channel # (E.G. /1 Hello!) /announcements, /ann - toggle join/leave announcements on a channel /afk, /dnd - Set your Away From Keyboard or Do Not Disturb flags /ban, /unban - ban/unban a player from a channel /chatlist, /chatwho, /chatinfo [channel] - List channels, or channel members /cinvite, /chatinvite - invite a player to a channel /join, /channel, /chan - Join a channel /kick - kick a player off a channel /leave, /chatleave, /chatexit [channel] - Leave a channel (or all channels) /mod, /moderator, /unmod, /unmoderator - change a player's moderator status /moderate - toggle moderation on a channel /mute, /squelch, /unvoice, /unmute, /unsquelch, /voice - change a player's permission /password, /pass - Change password Guild Commands Guild communication and management can be done through the guild commands. Players can get basic information about the guild, send guild chat messages, invite others to the guild, promote/demote them, remove them, set a message of the day, change the guild leader and even quit the guild. Type /ghelp for a list of guild commands. Note that some commands can only be used by the guild leader. /ginfo - Gives basic information about your guild /g - Sends a chat message to all members of your guild /o - Sends a chat message to all officers of your guild /ginvite - invites another player to join your guild /gremove - removes a player from your guild /gpromote - promotes a player one rank within your guild /gdemote - demotes a player one rank within your guild /gmotd - sets the guild's message of the day /gquit - removes you from your guild /groster - gives an entire guild roster /gleader - sets another player as the guild master (guild master only) /gdisband - disbands your guild (guild leader only)

World of Warcraft Game Walkthrough

Hallowed Be Thy Name (Horde/Alliance) by Rill on WOWVault.com

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Complete the Hallow's End achievements listed below. Rewards 10 Achievement
Points and the title .

As you travel during this guide, you ought to work on several achievements that
will take you time to complete.

    * G.N.E.R.D. Rage – As soon as you get some GNERD candies from trick
or treating, starting queuing up for battlegrounds. Remember, you will need to
eat a candy after every death to re-apply the gnerd buff.
    * The Masquerade - Pay attention to general and trade chat for people who
are giving away, trading, or selling wand costumes. You will be getting wands
when you trick or treat so you can generally be trading costumes with people.
You cannot put a costume on yourself.
    * Check Your Head – You need to throw a pumpkin head at every race.
Good places to do this are major cities, Scarlet Monastery, and Dalaran.
    * Sinister Calling – You need to get both the Hallowed Helm and the
Sinister Squashling. The Headless Horseman has a chance to drop them and you
have a chance to get them from Treat bags from Innkeepers. Watch your debuff
timer for trick or treating so you can do it as often as possible in order to
complete this achievement.
    * That Sparkling Smile - Toothpicks can be looted from treat bags. As soon
as you get one, use it.



Horde 1. Start in Orgrimmar. From a commoner, get the quest Masked Orphan Matron. 2. Visit the Orphan home in the Valley of Honor and get Hallow's End Treats for Spoops! 3. Visit the Inn in the Valley of Strength and get the quest Flexing for Nougat. Target the innkeeper and /flex then turn in the quest. 4. PumpkinSpeak with the Innkeeper again to Trick-or-Treat. Be sure to Trick-or-Treat at any Innkeeper as often as you can. Open the treat bags and you'll have a chance to receive a number of items needed for your achievements. The Hallowed Helm, a Sinister Squashling, Toothpicks, Masks, Wands, and various candy or money. 5. Use the Candy Bucket nearby to get some candy. ***Trick or Treat complete!*** 6. Travel to Razor Hill and turn in Masked Orphan Matron. 7. Get, complete and turn in Fire Training. There are burning wickermen nearby. Use the trough of water on the ground to get a bucket of water. Right click the bucket to get a targeting circle and toss it on the fire. Repeat until complete. 8. Get, complete and turn in Let the Fires Come! The Headless Horseman will routinely attack Razor Hill and set the buildings on fire. Use the water troughs to get buckets to put the fire out just like in the step above. You can toss the buckets to other players too to start a faster bucket brigade for putting out fires. This quest becomes a daily quest should you desire to do it for more treats or pumpkins. ***The Savior of Hallows End complete!*** 9. When you've successfully defended a town the Headless Horseman will land for you to kill. When he dies, he drops a large pumpkin that will give you the daily quest, Smash the Pumpkin. Turn it in once you have it. Please note that everyone can use the head so you do not need to get the kill or tag on the Headless Horseman. 10. Get The Headless Horseman. 11. Visit the Inn in Razor Hill and use the Candy Bucket. 12. Head south to the Sen'Jin Village and get the quest Incoming Gumdrop. Target Kali and /train then turn in the quest. 13. Return to Orgrimmar and fly to Everlook in Winterspring. Use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 14. Fly to Splintertree Post in Ashenvale and use the Candy Bucket. 15. Fly to Sunrock Retreat in Stonetalon and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 16. Fly to Shadowprey Village in Desolace and find the Candy Bucket. 17. Fly to Camp Mojache in Feralas and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 18. Fly to Cenarion Hold in Silithus and use the Candy Bucket. 19. Fly to Gadgetzan in Tanaris and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 20. Fly to Freewind Post in Thousand Needles and get your Candy Bucket. 21. Fly to Camp Taurajo in the Barrens and use the Candy Bucket. 22. Travel to Bloodhoof Village in Mulgore and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 23. Continue onward to Thunder Bluff and use the Candy Bucket at the inn on Lower Rise. 24. Get the quest Dancing for Marzipan. Target the innkeeper and /dance then turn in the quest. 25. Fly to Mudsprocket in Dustwallow Marsh and use the Candy Bucket. 26. Travel to Brackenwall Village and use the Candy Bucket there. 27. Fly to the Crossroads in the Barrens and use the Candy Bucket. 28. Fly to Ratchet and use the Candy Bucket at the Inn. ***Tricks and Treats of Kalimdor complete!*** 29. Take the boat to Booty Bay and go use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 30. Fly up to Grom'gol and use the Candy Bucket there. 31. Fly to Stonard in Swamp of Sorrows and find the Candy Bucket. 32. Fly to Kargath in the Badlands and use the Candy Bucket. 33. Fly to Hammerfall in the Arathi Highlands and use the Candy Bucket. 34. Fly to Revantusk Village in the Hinterlands and use the Candy Bucket. 35. Fly to Light's Hope Chapel in Eastern Plaguelands and use the Candy Bucket. 36. Fly to Tranquillen in the Ghostlands and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 37. Fly to Fairbreeze Village in Eversong Woods and use the Candy Bucket there. 38. Fly to Silvermoon City and locate the Candy Bucket at the inn in the Bazaar. 39. You'll find another Candy Bucket at the inn in the Royal Exchange. 40. Head over to the Ruins of Silvermoon and find the Candy Bucket at Falconwing Square. 41. Return to Silvermoon and travel to the Undercity. Find the Candy Bucket at the inn in the Trade Quarter. 42. Get the quest Chicken clucking for a Mint. Target the innkeeper and /cluck then turn in the quest. 43. Head outside to the Wickerman Festival area (west as you exit). Find Yanka and get the quests Rotten Eggs and Stinking Up Southshore. 44. Travel to Brill and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 45. Head northerly to the Scarlet Monastery. Get a group, enter the northern instance (Graveyard) and find the pumpkin. 46. Turn in The Headless Horseman and get Call the Headless Horseman. 47. When you're ready, turn in Call the Headless Horseman. He has a chance to drop the Hallowed Helm and Sinister Squashling, as well. The quest to call him is a daily quest and can be completed by each member of your party, giving you 5 chances to kill him each day. ***Bring Me The Head Of…Oh Wait complete!*** 48. After killing the Headless Horseman, don't forget to speak with Sir Thomas and get the quest Free At Last! 49. Also when you kill the Headless Horseman, candies rain from the sky. Eat a bunch of them until you throw up. ***Out With It complete!*** 50. Fly to the Sepulcher in Silverpine Forest and use the Candy Bucket. 51. Fly to Tarren Mill in Hillsbrad Foothills and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. ***Tricks and Treats of Eastern Kingdoms complete!*** 52. Sneak down to Southshore and complete Stinking Up Southshore. 53. Go into the Inn in Southshore and turn in Rotten Eggs. 54. Get Ruined Kegs. 55. Return to the Undercity and the Wickerman Festival area to turn in Ruined Kegs and Stinking Up Southshore. ***Rotten Hallow complete!*** 56. Go to the Magic Quarter in the Undercity and take the portal to the Blasted Lands. 57. Enter the Dark Portal to Outlands and fly to Honor Hold. Use the Candy Bucket in the inn. I highly recommend using your flying mount in Outlands instead of the flight paths. 58. Fly due south to either the Altar of Sha'tar(Aldor) or the Sanctum of the Stars(Scryer) and get some candy from the Candy Bucket. 59. Fly to Shadowmoon Village and use the Candy Bucket. 60. Fly to Stonebreaker Hold in Terrokar Forest and use the Candy Bucket. 61. Fly to Shattrath and find the Candy Bucket there. 62. Head over to Garadar in Nagrand and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 63. Go north to Zabra'Jin in Zangarmarsh and use the Candy Bucket. 64. Fly to Cenarion Refuge and use the Candy Bucket there. 65. Continue northerly and get your Candy Bucket at the Mok'Nathal Village in Blade's Edge Mountains. 66. Fly over to Thunderlord Stronghold and use the Candy Bucket. 67. Fly to Evergrove and use the Candy Bucket there. 68. Fly over to the Stormspire in Netherstorm and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 69. Fly to Area 52 and use the Candy Bucket there. 70. Fly due south to Thrallmar in Hellfire Peninsula and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 71. Fly to Falcon Watch and use the Candy Bucket there. ***Tricks and Treats of Outland complete! Tricks and Treats of Azeroth complete!*** 72. Hit up the portal to Orgrimmar back in Shattrath and turn in Hallow's End Treats for Spoops! 73. Head down to Razor Hill and turn in Free At Last! 74. If you have not finished them yet, the only achievements you should have left are That Sparkling Smile, G.N.E.R.D. Rage, The Masquerade, Check Your Head, and Sinister Calling. These were explained at the top of this guide. Good hunting! Grats! You are now the Hallowed!
Alliance 1. Start in Stormwind. From a commoner, get the quest Costumed Orphan Matron. 2. Visit the Orphan home in the Cathedral District and get Hallow's End Treats for Jesper! 3. Visit the Inn in the Trade District and get the quest Flexing for Nougat. Target the innkeeper and /flex then turn in the quest. 4. Headless HorsemanSpeak with the Innkeeper again to Trick-or-Treat. Be sure to Trick-or-Treat at any Innkeeper as often as you can. Open the treat bags and you'll have a chance to receive a number of items needed for your achievements. The Hallowed Helm, a Sinister Squashling, Toothpicks, Masks, Wands, and various candy or money. 5. Use the nearby Candy Bucket to get some candy. ***Trick or Treat complete!*** 6. Travel to Goldshire and turn in Costumed Orphan Matron. 7. Get, complete and turn in Fire Brigade Practice. There are burning wickermen nearby. Use the trough of water on the ground to get a bucket of water. Right click the bucket to get a targeting circle and toss it on the fire. Repeat until complete. 8. Get, complete and turn in Let the Fires Come! The Headless Horseman will routinely attack Goldshire and set the Inn and the Blacksmith on fire. Use the water troughs to get buckets to put the fire out just like in the step above. You can toss the buckets to other players too to start a faster bucket brigade for putting out fires. This quest becomes a daily quest should you desire to do it for more treats or pumpkins. ***The Savior of Hallows End complete!*** 9. When you've successfully defended a town the Headless Horseman will land for you to kill. When he dies, he drops a large pumpkin that will give you the daily quest, Smash the Pumpkin. Turn it in once you have it. Please note that everyone can use the head so you do not need to get the kill on the Headless Horseman. 10. Get The Headless Horseman. 11. Visit the Inn in Goldshire and use the Candy Bucket. 12. Return to Stormwind and travel to Ironforge. 13. Nab some candy from the Candy Bucket at the Inn in Ironforge. 14. Get the quest Chicken Clucking for a Mint. Target the innkeeper and /cluck then turn in the quest. 15. Go to the Mystic Ward and find Talvash in the northern corner. 16. Get, complete and turn in Incoming Gumdrop. Target Talvash and /train. 17. Travel down to Kharanos in Dun Morogh and use the Candy Bucket there. 18. Return to Ironforge and fly to Loch Modan. Use the Candy Bucket in the inn. 19. Fly to Wetlands and use the Candy Bucket in the inn. 20. Fly to the Hinterlands and find the Candy Bucket to use in the inn. 21. Fly to Eastern Plagulands and use the Candy Bucket in the chapel. 22. Fly to Southshore in Hillsbrad Foothills and use the Candy Bucket in the inn. 23. Get, complete and turn in The Power of Pine. Look for clouds of green gas around southshore and use your cleaner to clean them up. 24. Get Crashing the Wickerman Festival. 25. Head up to Tirisfal Glades just outside of the Undercity. If you're following the road as you enter the zone from the south, you'll see a large wickerman on the side of the road. You need to get close enough to it to complete your quest. 26. Travel to the Scarlet Monastery. Get a group, enter the northern instance (Graveyard) and find the pumpkin. 27. Turn in The Headless Horseman and get Call the Headless Horseman. 28. When you're ready, turn in Call the Headless Horseman. He has a chance to drop the Hallowed Helm and Sinister Squashling, as well. The quest to call him is a daily quest and can be completed by each member of your party, giving you 5 chances to kill him each day. ***Bring Me The Head Of…Oh Wait complete!*** 29. After killing the Headless Horseman, don't forget to speak with Sir Thomas and get the quest Free At Last! 30. Also when you kill the Headless Horseman, candies rain from the sky. Eat a bunch of them until you throw up. ***Out With It complete!*** 31. Return to Southshore and turn in Crashing the Wickerman Festival. ***Rotten Hallow complete!*** 32. Fly to Menethil Harbor and take the boat to Theramore. 33. Visit the Inn and get some candy from the Candy Bucket. 34. Fly to Mudprocket and use the Candy Bucket. 35. Fly to Tanaris and visit the Candy Bucket in the inn. 36. Travel to Silithus and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 37. Fly to Feathermoon Stronghold in Ferals and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 38. Fly to Desolace and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 39. Fly to Stonetalon Mountains and use the Candy Bucket there. 40. Fly to Astranaar in Ashenvale and find the Candy Bucket in the inn. 41. Fly to Darkshore and use the Candy Bucket in the inn. 42. Take the boat to Azuremyst and enter the Exodar. Find the Candy Bucket at the inn. 43. Travel to Azure Watch and use the Candy Bucket at the Inn. 44. Return to the Exodar and fly to Blood Watch. Use the Candy Bucket there. 45. Return again to the Exodar and take the boat back to Darkshore. Fly or take the boat to Darnassus. 46. Visit the Inn and snag some candy from the Candy Bucket. 47. Get Dancing for Marzipan. Target the innkeeper and /dance then turn in the quest. 48. Head over to Dolanaar and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 49. Return to Darnassus and fly to Everlook in Winterspring. Use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 50. Fly to Ratchet in the Barrens and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. ***Tricks and Treats of Kalimdor complete!*** 51. Take the boat to Booty Bay and get some candy from the Candy Bucket. 52. Fly to Westfall and use the Candy Bucket at the Inn. 53. Fly to Darkshire in Duskwood and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 54. Fly to Lakeshire in Redridge and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. ***Tricks and Treats of Eastern Kingdoms complete!*** 55. Fly to Stormwind and turn in Hallow's End Treats for Jesper. 56. Travel to Goldshire and turn in Free At Last! 57. Return to Stormwind and take the Blasted Lands portal in the mage tower in the Mage Quarter. 58. Enter the Dark Portal to Outlands and fly to Honor Hold. Use the Candy Bucket in the inn. I highly recommend using your flying mount in Outlands instead of the flight paths. 59. Fly due south to either the Altar of Sha'tar(Aldor) or the Sanctum of the Stars(Scryer) and get some candy from the Candy Bucket. 60. Fly to Wildhammer Stronghold and use the Candy Bucket. 61. Fly to Allerian Stronghold and use the Candy Bucket. 62. Continue onward to Shattrath and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 63. Fly to Telaar in Nagrand and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 64. Travel to Cenarion Refuge in Zangarmarsh and use the Candy Bucket. 65. Travel to Telredor and use the Candy Bucket. 66. Fly to Orebor Harborage and use the Candy Bucket. 67. Fly to Sylvanaar in Blade's Edge Mountains and use the Candy Bucket. 68. Fly to Toshley's Station and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 69. Fly to Evergrove and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. 70. Continue to The Stormspire in Netherstorm and use the Candy Bucket there. 71. Go southwesterly to Area 52 and get some candy from the Candy Bucket. 72. Fly due south back to Hellfire Peninsula to the Temple of Telhamat and use the Candy Bucket at the inn. ***Tricks and Treats of Outlands complete! Tricks and Treats of Azeroth complete!*** 73. If you have not finished them yet, the only achievements you should have left are That Sparkling Smile, G.N.E.R.D. Rage, The Masquerade, Check Your Head, and Sinister Calling. These were explained at the top of this guide. Good hunting! Grats! You are now the Hallowed!
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