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Recap of the Legion Café at Gamescom!

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Blizzard announced a while back that there was going to be a Legion themed café at Gamescom for all attendees to come and enjoy! Our team at Gamescom has managed to collect some pictures of the venue, as well as of the various activities and refreshments available! Check it out!

When you enter the café itself, there's no doubt that it feels like you're stumbling into a fel-fueled atmosphere; from the lighting to the decorations, Blizzard has done a superb job preparing the venue. It's definitely a bit daunting looking up those stairs into the eyes of Illidan!

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As you enter the venue, you're faced with a huge orb of energy glowing in the centre, as you can see below:

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Blizzard have made sure you're not just standing around and looking at the venue. There are so many things to do in the café, including accepting a quest from a questgiver, marked precisely by the yellow exclamation mark we all know and love:

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In order to complete your quest, you'll need to take a selfie in front of the meeting stone and post it on social media. Once you complete your quest, you can return to collect your reward of an inflatable Illidari blade for everyone in the photo.

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Once you've grabbed your warglaive, you can venture on to one of the many booths around the café, including:

  • A make-up booth, where you can have fel-inspired make-up put on.
  • A VR picture booth, which allows you to pose in a certain position and then turns you into a Demon Hunter of either Night Elf or Blood Elf descent and male or female.
  • You can try out the game on one of the stations around the café.

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Once you're done with visiting the booths, why not sit down and relax with one of the many fel-themed items on the menu, as shown below:

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If you're struggling to read what's on there, here's a full list of the named items, as well as their flavour text:

Mains

  • THE TERROKAR SPECIAL - "Kind of a warp burger, but at least you know what's in it"
  • NOMI'S CURRYWURST - "100% Orgrimmar-raised pork"
  • CHEF OVERHEAT'S LEGION CHILI - "Can you take the heat?"
  • KUN-LAI NOODLES - "We have it, you should eat it"
  • THE TILLERS RICE BOWL - "Cooked with fresh vegetables from my farm"
  • STUFFED DALAPEÑO PEPPER

Desserts

  • DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE CAKE - "No tawny (alcohol from WoW) in it, sorry. Eeeps."
  • APPLE CAKE - "Baked with shiny red apples"
  • TIRAMISU
  • GRANNY SMITH'S FRUIT SALAD - "No apples were crushed in the process"

Drinks

  • DOM-Kölsch on tap
  • Coca-Cola / Zero / Fanta / Sprite
  • Apple Juice
  • Orange Juice
  • Mineral / Still water
  • Coffee
  • Tea

Cocktails

  • LEGION COCKTAIL - Orange juice, blue Curacao, pineapple juice
  • HORDE COCKTAIL - Wodka, cherry juice, lime juice
  • ALLIANCE COCKTAIL - Wodka, blue Curacao, bitter lemon and lime juice
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17 hours ago, PatrickHenry said:

...quest givers... lol

Nice touch, Blizz, nice touch.

That's exactly what we thought too! You can't see it that well in the photo, but they also had Horde/Alliance make-up on

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On 8/19/2016 at 4:50 AM, Blainie said:

You can't see it that well in the photo, but they also had Horde/Alliance make-up on

If you try to focus really hard on her quest-giving face, I swear I can see some red/black paint...

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