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The quest for the Spear of Rethu Polearm heirloom is currently up in Dalaran for two weeks in both regions, and it takes 30 minutes to get it.
Spear of Rethu is a Polearm heirloom that comes from a Legion Archaeology quest.
Legion Archaeology has no prerequisites, so you only need to head to the Dalaran Archaeology Trainer Dariness the Learned to learn Archaeology and accept the History of Highmountain quest.
Make your way to Thunder Totem in Highmountain and seek out Lessah Moonwater for the follow-up quest Surveying Student.
Speak to Luron, who stands behind her, and you can now start surveying and complete 20 successful surveys with Luron present.
Head to one of the digsites in Highmountain (see areas marked with a shovel icon on the map).
Summon Luron using Archaeologist's Whistle and start surveying in the red area marked on your minimap.
When your first digsite progress fills to 100%, visit the remaining digsites in Highmountain, complete 20 successful surveys, and return to Lessah.
For the final quest (Neltharion's Lair: Misdirected), you must enter Neltharion's Lair in Highmountain and slay Dargrul, the final boss of the dungeon, to recover Ancient Highmountain Artifact.
The dungeon is located near Thunder Totem (see map below for coords).
Normal difficulty will suffice to complete the quest. Ancient Highmountain Artifact is looted near the final boss. Do not forget to kill Dargrul!
Head back to Lessah Moonwater in Thunder Totem to turn in the quest, and you will receive Spear of Rethu. The heirloom can be upgraded twice.
Image courtesy of Reddit user QuastQuan
We have some more amazing fan art to share today, with this one being of particular interest considering Shadowlands' potential plot. Szabó-Fokt Szilárd, aka LightCurse on DeviantArt, has imagined another reforging of Frostmourne, this time made by the Light.
With the first Afterlives short focusing on Uther, Arthas and the interaction between Frostmourne itself and the Light, as it saved/ripped apart Uther's soul as it was being taken into the blade, this particular fan interpretation perhaps isn't as far off as it looks. We know the shards of the sword were already re-used in the making of the Frost DK artifact, Blades of the Fallen Prince, but there are ways around that. The Light has already tried meddling with some of the other Cosmic forces, as it forcefully wanted to convert Illidan (but that didn't turn out so great), so it might also want to take on Death. In any case it's a great concept piece, regardless of actual plausibility in-game, and it's always great to see ideas like this get made.
We also had a brief chat with Szabó-Fokt Szilárd, talking about his reasons for picking this and any future projects he might have:
What made you think of reforging Frostmourne with the power of the light?
It was hit with the Ashbringer when it was broken so it might have got infused with light while doing so.
Do you have a story in mind as to how this happened?
Yes. Maybe now the Light-Infused Frostmourne can resurrect any fallen champion / hero, who wields the sword.
Any future projects you have in mine we should keep an eye out for?
At the moment none, but I am interested in painting WoW related paintings. And here's a couple more images of the the blade itself in its full glory once again, and let the "Pala weapon/DK weapon" arguments commence (it's obviously a Warrior weapon, as are all others)!
Magicus, an avid goldmaker, is giving away 10 Reins of the Mighty Caravan Brutosaurs in the EU region ahead of their removal in the Shadowlands pre-patch!
Reins of the Mighty Caravan Brutosaur comes with an Auctioneer and costs 5 million Gold. The mount will be removed and added to the Black Market Auction House starting in the Shadowlands pre-patch.
The giveaway ends October 5 and it is hosted on the Warcraft Traders Discord Server, so don't forget to join the Discord Server and check out the #giveaways channel for a chance to win!
One Brutosaur will be given away in about an hour from now! At the same time, they are giving away 1 X-51 Nether-Rocket X-TREME (TCG) mount, and more.
Here we have a few words from the organizer himself:
Much has been said about the inflexibility of the Covenant system, with it being the focal point of Shadowlands dissatisfaction even prior to its release. A lot of the focus has been on the switching Covenants for the abilities because of their differing benefits for different activities like Mythic+, raids and PvP, from a main's perspective, but as our own Shadow Priest guide writer Publik is pointing out, it gets a lot worse if you're a multi-spec player, and it's not limited to just the abilities.
Publik goes into how the system is much worse for players that like to change specs, from the soulbinds sharing power across them, conduit resets not being spec-based, how the system doesn't actually offer meaningful choice and more. Most importantly, the system very much discourages spec and role switching and is much more alt than multi-spec friendly, with players already planning out having separate characters of the same class so they can play the different specs. You can check out the video or the full forum post below, and it's well worth a read.
And here's the full forum post:
So if you really like a specific class and want to get the full experience for more than one of its specs, you might have to get some same-class alts going.
Reddit user Outlaw-Hercules was attacked by Tirion Fordring on live servers during the Lich King encounter at the Icecrown Citadel, and here's why.
If you regularly farm the Lich King for Invincible's Reins, you probably know that Tirion Fordring is friendly to players during the final encounter with the Lich King before he gets frozen in ice.
On the other hand, Redditor Outlaw-Hercules got attacked by Tirion. That's because the player owns the Corrupted Ashbringer from Vanilla that has become unobtainable after they removed Naxxramas.
Corrupted Ashbringer makes the wielder Friendly with the Scarlet Crusade. At the same time, they become Hated by the Argent Dawn/Crusade.
And So Highlord Tirion Fordring, as a member of the Argent Crusade, attacked the player wielding the Ashbringer instead of being friendly. Here's a fun screenshot shared by Outlaw-Hercules that shows a hostile Tirion.