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WoW Classic City Tour: Orgrimmar (Official)

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We have another official tour of a capital city, and this time it's the Horde that's getting a look around their home. With a whole lot of class and profession trainers and vendors marked, and each part of the city mapped, the only other thing you really need to know is how long to spend running around the bank roof. The correct answer is: forever.

You can also check out the Stormwind tour and the various ways you can get around Azeroth.

Blizzard LogoOrgrimmar (source)

Finding trainers and supplies can take a little extra time to adjust to in WoW Classic, but we’ve got a handy guide to help you get around the Horde capital city of Orgrimmar.

Quick Index of Locations

*Weapon Trainer: (22) There are two Weapon Trainers located in the Valley of Honor—Weapon Master Hanashi and Weapon Master Sayoc.

  • Weapon Master Hanashi can teach bows, one- and two-handed axes, staves, and all manner of thrown weapons.
  • Weapon Master Sayoc can teach bows, daggers, fist weapons, one- and two-handed axes, and thrown weapons.
Profession Trainers Class Trainers and Supplies
Alchemy–The Drag (13) Hunter–The Valley of Honor (24) 
Blacksmithing–The Valley of Honor (21) Mage–The Valley of Spirits (3)
Engineering–The Valley of Honor (20) Priest–The Valley of Spirits (4)
Enchanting–The Drag (12) Rogue–The Cleft of Shadow (5)
Leatherworking–The Drag (14) Shaman–The Valley of Wisdom (10)
Tailoring–The Drag (15) Warlock–Cleft of Shadow (8)
Cooking–The Drag (16) Warrior–The Valley of Honor (18)
First Aid–The Valley of Spirits (4b) Poison Supplies–The Cleft of Shadow (6)
Fishing–The Valley of Honor (23) Stable–The Valley of Honor (25)
Herbalism–The Drag (17) General Trade Goods–The Valley of Strength (1)
Mining–The Valley of Honor (19) Reagents Vendor–The Valley of Strength (2) and The Valley of Wisdom (11)
Skinning–The Drag (14)  
Tip: Don’t forget you can speak to one of the many guards throughout the city who can direct you to a variety of locations including: the bank, the wind rider master, the guild master, inns, mailboxes, stable masters, weapons masters, officers’ lounge, battlemasters, class trainers, profession trainers, and zeppelin master. They’ll mark your map with a red flag to indicate where you need to go. Keep in mind the bank in WoW Classic Orgrimmar isn’t in the same location as you may be familiar with in World of Warcraft.

Full Index of Locations 

Location

Category

NPC Type

NPC Name

1–Orgrimmar General Store Profession Supplies General Trade Goods Merchant Shimra
2–Spirit Fury Reagents

 

Class Reagents

Reagents Vendor

Horthus

Location Category NPC Type NPC Name
5–Shadowswift Brotherhood Class Trainer RogueTrainer Ormok
  Class Trainer RogueTrainer Shenthul
  Class Trainer RogueTrainer Gest
6–Rekkul's Poisons Class Supplies Rogue Poison Vendor Rekkul
7–Shadowdeep Reagents Class Supplies Reagents Vendor Hagrus
8–Darkfire Enclave Class Pet Trainer Demon Trainer Kurgul
  Class Trainer Warlock Trainer Grol'dar
  Class Trainer Warlock Trainer Zevrost
  Class Trainer Warlock Trainer Mirket

9–Ragefire Cavern Dungeon (Level 13-18)

Location Category NPC Type NPC Name
10–Grommash Hold Class Trainer Shaman Trainer Kardris Dreamseeker
  Class Trainer Shaman Trainer Sagorne Crestrider
  Class Trainer Shaman Trainer Sian'tsu
11–Asoran's Market Class Reagents Reagents Vendor Magenius
Location Category NPC Type NPC Name
12–Godan's Runeworks Profession Supplies Enchanting Supplies Kithas
  Profession Trainer Journeyman Enchanter Jhag
  Profession Trainer Expert Enchanter Godan
13–Yelmak's Alchemy and Potions Profession Supplies Alchemy Supplies Kor'geld
  Profession Trainer Journeyman Alchemist Whuut
  Profession Trainer Expert Alchemist Yelmak
14–Kodohide Leatherworkers Profession Trainer Expert Leatherworker Karolek
  Profession Leatherworker Journeyman Leatherworker Kamari
  Profession Trainer Skinning Trainer Thuwd
  Profession Supplies Leatherworking Supplies Tamar
15–Magar's Cloth Goods Profession Trainer Journeyman Tailor Snang
  Profession Trainer

 

Leatherworking Supplies Jillian Tanner
  Profession Trainer Expert Tailor Magar
  Profession Supplies Tailoring Supplies Borya
16–Borstan's Firepit Profession Trainer Cooking Trainer Zamja
  Profession Supplies Cooking Supplier Xen'to
17–Jandi's Arboretum Profession Trainer Herbalism Trainer Jandi
Tip: When seeking out a weapon master to train a new weapon skill, keep in mind that each one specializes in specific weapon types. Weapon Master Hanashi in the Valley of Honor in Orgrimmar can teach bows, one- and two-handed axes, staves and all manner of thrown weapons. Weapon Master Sayoc in the Valley of Honor in Orgrimmar can teach bows, daggers, fist weapons, one- and two-handed axes, and thrown weapons. Weapon Master Ansekhwa in the lower rise of Thunder Bluff can teach one- and two-handed maces, staves, and guns and Weapon Master Archibald in the War Quarter of Undercity can train crossbows, daggers, one- and two-handed swords and polearms.
Location Category NPC Type NPC Name
18–Hall of the Brave Class Trainer Warrior Trainer Grezz Ragefist
  Class Trainer Warrior Trainer Sorek
  Class Trainer Warrior Trainer Zel'mak
19–Red Canyon Mining Profession Trainer Mining Trainer Makaru
  Profession Trainer Mining Trainer Gorina
20–Nogg's Machine Shop Profession Supplies Engineering Supplies Sovik
  Profession Trainer Expert Engineer Nogg
  Profession Trainer Artisan Engineer Roxxik
  Profession Trainer Journeyman Engineer Thund
21–The Burning Anvil Profession Trainer Expert Blacksmith Snarl
  Profession Trainer Journeyman Blacksmith Ug'thok
  Profession Trainer Armor Crafter Shayis Steelfury
  Profession Trainer Armorsmith Okothos Ironrager
  Profession Trainer Weaponsmith Borgosh Corebender
  Profession Trainer Artisan Blacksmith Saru Steelfury
  Profession Supplies Blacksmithing Supplier Sumi
22–Arms Legend Weapon Trainer Weapon Master Hanashi
  Weapon Trainer Weapon Master Sayoc
23–Lumak's Fishing Profession Supplies Fishing Supplies Shankys
  Profession Trainer Fishing Trainer Lumak
24–Hunter's Hall Class Trainer Hunter Trainer Sian'dur
  Class Trainer Hunter Trainer Xor'juul
  Class Trainer Hunter Trainer Ormak Grimshot
  Class Pet Trainer Hunter Pet Trainer Xoa'stu
25Stable Area Stable Stable Master Xon'cha

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