Mechagon Zone Guide and Junkyard Tinkering

Last updated on Jul 03, 2019 at 18:17 by KingValnimsil 21 comments

Mechagon is an island off the coast of Drustvar. It was introduced in Patch 8.2 — Rise of Azshara and is one of two outdoor zones being introduced. It features a small main quest line for both Horde and Alliance and is very loosely connected to the events of the Rise of Azshara patch.

On the island, players will be given various activities to help Prince Erazmin of Mechagon, but will also have the opportunity to try the new Mythic-only dungeon, Operation: Mechagon and The Robodrome arena.

Rewards include a number of achievements, mounts, and many many items from Junkyard Tinkering. There are also profession recipes available after farming reputation with Mechagon's faction: the Rustbolt Resistance.

1.

Overview

As stated above, there is a small quest line that will be offered to both Horde and Alliance. Upon completion of the initial quest line for either faction, players will have the ability to explore and freely do any of the following activities:

  • More quests — There are two introduction quest lines to the island of Mechagon for both Horde and Alliance. The introduction quest lines will differ from each other, but eventually meet together on the island. There are two world quests that will appear and various NPCs that will come to the island to offer various daily quests. We will cover these in more depth later on.
  • New dungeon — Operation: Mechagon is a new 5-man, Mythic-only dungeon that launches alongside Azshara's Eternal Palace after the release of Patch 8.2. This mega-dungeon will consist of 8 bosses and ends with you destroying King Mechagon. A guide will be released for this closer to the release of the dungeon.
  • Reputations — The Rustbolt Resistance is one of the new factions that is releasing with Patch 8.2. Some of the rewards that players can expect as they begin to make their way to revered will include recipes, mounts, essences for your Heart of Azeroth Icon Heart of Azeroth, and blueprints to craft unique items and equipment.
  • Junkyard Tinkering is a new crafting system available to all players in Mechagon. It relies on collecting Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts and Energy Cell Icon Energy Cells around the island to craft a number of items: gear (up to item level 420), pets, mounts, toys, etc.
  • Construction projects — Throughout the island, you will find various broken machines that are in need of repair. There will be 2 active construction machines active at any given time. You can either repair the machine yourself with materials that you have gathered on the island or you can recruit other players to assist with repairing these machines.
  • Rare Elites — There are a total of 37 rare elites for players to defeat on Mechagon. Some will only spawn during the Drill Rig construction projects, Flame Turrets, or Reclamation construction projects.
  • New Mounts and Equipment — In Rise Of Azshara, Players will have the ability to earn new mounts from both Mechagon and Nazjatar. For Mechagon, there are obtainable mounts from questing and from within Operation: Mechagon.
  • Achievements — There are a dozen achievements that players can unlock on Mechagon. Completion of the meta-achievement Mecha-Done Icon Mecha-Done will unlock a unique mount from Mechagon, while completing Junkyard Tinkmaster Icon Junkyard Tinkmaster will reward you with the Junkyard title.
2.

Unlocking Mechagon

After players have unlocked their faction's new allies in Nazjatar, they will be able to pick up up the Mechagon breadcrumb quest (Fame Waits for Gnome One in Mezzamere and Rumors of Mechagon in Newhome). Players can also pick up the first quest The Legend of Mechagon/The Legend of Mechagon in Boralus Harbor/Dazar'alor from Tinkmaster Overspark/Gazlowe.

  1. The Legend of Mechagon
  2. Looking Inside
  3. Let's Get It Started
  4. You Must be This Height
  5. Report to Gila
  6. A Small Team
  7. The Start of Something Bigger
  8. Princely Visit
2.1.

Horde Questline

  1. The Legend of Mechagon
  2. A Quick Ear Hustle
  3. This is Our Vault Now
  4. Let's Get It Started
  5. You Must be This Height
  6. Machinations for Mechagon
  7. Only the Best Will Do
  8. To Mechagon!

Once you have unlocked Mechagon, you will need to earn the trust of Prince Erazmin's and work your way up the standings with the Rustbolt Resistance faction. The quest lines for each area will be the same for both Horde and Alliance from here onwards.

  1. Prospectus Bay
  2. We Come in Peace... and Profit
  3. The Resistance Needs YOU!
  4. Rescuing the Resistance
  5. My Father's Armies
  6. We Can Fix It
  7. Drill Rig Construction
  8. Send My Father a Message
  9. Welcome to the Resistance
3.

Spare Parts and Energy Cells

One of the first things you will notice in Mechagon is that you keep looting Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts and sometimes also Empty Energy Cell Icon Empty Energy Cells (and more rarely Energy Cell Icon Energy Cells). These items are used exclusively for Junkyard Tinkering, the Mechagon-exclusive profession. Please refer to our Junkyard Tinkering section for more information.

Only Energy Cell Icon Energy Cells are used in Junkyard Tinkering, but they are quite rare compared to Empty Energy Cell Icon Empty Energy Cells. Fortunately, Empty Energy Cells can be recharged using a Charging Station to become Energy Cells. Please refer to our Charging Station section for more information.

4.

Futher Questing in Mechagon

When you complete both quest lines, you can begin to freely explore the rest of the island. There is a total of 11 other locations on the island that you can discover and will have quest lines or daily quests for you complete. They are as follows (with quest lines listed).

As you can see, not all of these locations have quest lines, but they almost all have daily quests. We are now going to look at the rest of the non-daily quests before moving on to daily quests in the next section.

4.1.

Charging Station

The Bondo's Yard's quests listed above lead to unlocking the Charging Station. At the Charging Station, you can recharge your Empty Energy Cell Icon Empty Energy Cells to make them Energy Cell Icon Energy Cells.

4.2.
4.2.1.

Paint Vial Quests

There are a total of 7 Paint Vial quests that you can pick up from the rare elites that spawn in Mechagon. Please refer to our rare elite section for more information about finding/summoning the elites. Information about which mob drops which vial is from PTR comments on Wowhead.

Collecting all the vials rewards you with the Available in Eight Colors Icon Available in Eight Colors achievement, which counts towards the Mecha-Done Icon Mecha-Done meta-achievement (see the achievement section for more information).

4.2.2.

Shop Project Daily Quests

Recycler Kerchunk will have a daily, non-repetitive quest for you to complete. Each quest is a part of a series that ends with you acquiring the Scrapforged Mechaspider Icon Scrapforged Mechaspider mount. The completion time will span over a few weeks.

  1. Shop Project
  2. Right Bot for the Job
  3. Ready to Rumble
  4. Knock 'Em Out The Box
  5. A Little Leg Work
  6. The Nuts and Bolts of It
  7. Factory Refurbished
  8. Grease The Wheels
  9. Emission Free
  10. Test Drive
  11. Knock His Bot Off
  12. Drive It Away Today

Completing this quest line rewards you with the Making the Mount Icon Making the Mount achievement, which counts towards the Mecha-Done Icon Mecha-Done meta-achievement (see the achievement section for more information).

4.3.

Rare Elite Quests

Some quests are directly linked to Rare Elites and the Rest In Pistons Icon Rest In Pistons achievement.

In Toothly Shallows (the small islands between Mechagon and the Western Spray), there is a small quest line that leads to killing Deepwater Maw, which is needed for Rest In Pistons Icon Rest In Pistons. In order to begin the quest line, you need to speak with Danielle Anglers, who is located on the west coast of Mechagon. The quest line is made up of the following quests:

During the quest line, you will obtain Blueprint: Hundred-Fathom Lure Icon Blueprint: Hundred-Fathom Lure and after killing Deepwater Maw, you will get Blueprint: Canned Minnows Icon Blueprint: Canned Minnows. For more information about the blueprints, please refer to the Junkyard Tinkering section below.

4.4.

World Quests

5.

Daily Quests

Daily Quests on Mechagon increase your reputation with the Rustbolt Resistance, but many of them also count for the Outside Influences Icon Outside Influences achievement. In order to enable these visitor daily quests, you need to enable the Rustbolt Inn, by bringing a Blueprint: Rustbolt Kegerator Icon Blueprint: Rustbolt Kegerator to Pascal-K1N6 at the Junkyard, as we explain in the Junkyard Tinkering section.

5.1.

Daily Fishing Quests

All the daily Fishing quests provide a skill-up point in Kul Tiran fishing as well as reputation with the Rustbolt Resistance.

5.2.

Construction Projects

In the map above, you can see that there are 5 types of projects on Mechagon: Charging Stations, Reclamation Rigs, Flame Turrets, Drill Rigs, and Rustbolt Armory. Every day, you will be able to complete two different construction projects, each from a different type. These projects repeat all over again all day long for other players to do them, but you can only complete them once each day. The map above mark the possible spawn locations for each type of project.

As you can see in the rare elite section, some Rare Elites only spawn when a given project is up. So you need to pay attention to that, if you are hunting a particular elite.

To find out which projects are available on a given day, you need to speak with Waren Gearheart in Rustbolt. Then, head out to the respective locations to start the project, or help complete a team who has already started. After the project is started, you can contribute to it by donating the required materials (Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts and Energy Cell Icon Energy Cell in the screenshot above).

After the project starts, mobs will start spawning and try to destroy it. You role is to keep contributing and defend the project. To help you with construction, there are 2 items from Junkyard Tinkering that can be helpful: Emergency Repair Kit Icon Emergency Repair Kit and Emergency Powerpack Icon Emergency Powerpack.

There are two achievements linked to construction projects:

  • Junkyard Machinist Icon Junkyard Machinist requires you to complete 100 projects (so it will take at least 50 days);
  • Head Financier of Mechagon Icon Head Financier of Mechagon requires you to contribute to 1,000 projects (you can only complete 2 projects a day, but you can contribute to as many as you like).
6.

Rare Elites and Their Locations

There are 37 Rare Elites in Mechagon, 36 count towards the Rest In Pistons Icon Rest In Pistons achievement, which is part of the Mecha-Done Icon Mecha-Done meta-achievement (see the achievement section for more details) and Scrapclaw, which is not part of the achievement, for some reason.

7.

Treasure Chests

A new type of treasure chest can be found throughout Mechagon. Mechanized Chest will be located all over Mechagon and will contain items such as Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts, Azeroth Mini Figures, and, very rarely, paint vials that can be used to paint your Mechano-Cat.

Players that win the PvP deathmatch in Bloody Grotto will win a Fight Club Treasure Chest. This treasure chest may contain Annoy-o-Tron Gang Icon Annoy-o-Tron Gang or Protocol Transference Device Icon Protocol Transference Device.

Lastly, players will be able to obtain Bundle of Recyclable Parts Icon Bundle of Recyclable Parts from completing the Junkwatt Depot repeatable daily quests. This treasure may contain items, such as the variety of useful Mechagonian items, and unique low drop rate items, such as Paint Vial: Copper Trim.

8.

Junkyard Tinkering

Mechagon Junkyard Tinkering with Pascal-K1N6 Pascal-K1N6, in Rusbolt, is the robot that will be assisting you with your new profession: Junkyard Tinkering. In order for Pascal to be able to construct items, you will need to provide him with a blueprint. He will then learn it and, once you have the needed materials, he will construct it for you. This means that everyone can learn this new profession. The introductory quest line is very short and as follows.

  1. Junkyard Tinkering and You — This is your introduction to Pascal-K1N6.
  2. This One's on Me — Completing this quest will give you your first blueprint, Upload: Scrapmaster's Blowtorch Icon Upload: Scrapmaster's Blowtorch. This quest will only appear once you have reached honored with the Rustbolt Resistance.

Using Junkyard Tinkering, you can craft a number of useful items:

  • mounts;
  • pets;
  • toys of all sorts;
  • rings and trinkets (Item Level 395, 410, and 420);
  • Rustbolt Kegerator Icon Rustbolt Kegerator, which you need to craft to unlock the Rustbolt Inn and enable visitors to come to the island; they will give you the daily quests you need for Outside Influences Icon Outside Influences.
  • and much more.
8.1.

Junkyard Tinkering Reagents

The base reagent for Junkyard Tinkering recipes is Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts, which can be found all over Mechagon. The other reagents are as follows:

8.2.

Junkyard Tinkering Recipes and Items

In this section, you will find all of the Junkyard Tinkering recipes and items. We also explain where to get the blueprints from. If you unlock all of these items, you will be rewarded with the Junkyard Architect Icon Junkyard Architect achievement.

Blueprint and Item Materials Source and Info
Scrapmaster's Blowtorch Icon Scrapmaster's Blowtorch Players will be offered the quest This One's on Me after reaching honored with the Rustbolt Resistance. Upon completion of the quest, Players will be given the blueprint automatically.
S.P.A.R.E. Crate Icon S.P.A.R.E. Crate 250x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts Players will accumulate Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts in their inventory. This item will only stack to 250. Once it has reached that amount, they can speak to Pascal-K1N6 to have it converted into a S.P.A.R.E. Crate Icon S.P.A.R.E. Crate.
The blueprint from this item drops from Seaspit (please refer to our Rare Elites section for more information about this NPC). Once you have crafted a Rustbolt Kegerator Icon Rustbolt Kegerator, it will start a short quest and upon completion of it, the Rustbolt Inn will be active, allowing you to start receiving daily quests counting towards the Outside Influences Icon Outside Influences achievement (see daily quests section for more information).
This blueprint has a very small chance of dropping from Paol Pondwader and Jawbreaker. You can find more information on these two in our Rare Elites section. The item itself creates an Item Level 395 Ring or Trinket appropriate for your class and spec.
The blueprint for this item is sold by Stolen Royal Vendorbot, the Quartermaster for the Rustbolt Resistance, after you reach revered reputation. The item itself creates an Item Level 410 Ring or Trinket appropriate for your class and spec.
The blueprint for this item is sold by Stolen Royal Vendorbot, the Quartermaster for the Rustbolt Resistance, after you reach revered reputation. The item itself creates an Item Level 420 Ring or Trinket appropriate for your class and spec.
200x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts The blueprint for this item can drop from Crazed Trogg, a Rare Elite (see our rare elites section for more information on how to locate and defeat him. The item itself summons a spraybot that sprays Blue paint.
200x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts The blueprint for this item can drop from Crazed Trogg, a Rare Elite (see our rare elites section for more information on how to locate and defeat him. The item itself summons a spraybot that sprays Green paint.
200x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts The blueprint for this item can drop from Crazed Trogg, a Rare Elite (see our rare elites section for more information on how to locate and defeat him. The item itself summons a spraybot that sprays Orange paint.
In Bondo's Yard, on the floor, around coordinates 41, 61 (used to activate the Malfunctioning Beastbot, see the rare elites section for more information).
100x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts It looks as if the blueprint for this item has a small chance of dropping from Rare Elites in Mechagon (see our Rare Elites section for more information). The item itself sets up a trap on the ground that deals damage to enemies in Kul Tiras and Zandalar.
2x S.P.A.R.E. Crate Icon S.P.A.R.E. Crate The blueprint for this item drops from the Armored Vaultbot (see our rare elite section for more information). The item itself can be used to open the Armored Vaultbot, after it respawns.
200x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts The blueprint for this item drops from Scrapclaw (see our Rare Elites section for more information). This item allows you to steal all beneficial effects from a mechanical target in Kul Tiras and Zandalar on a 1-minute cooldown.
100x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts This blueprint has a small chance of dropping from Foul Manifestation, a Rare Elite in Mechagon, (see our Rare Elites section for more information). The item itself is an on-use damage that you can use to deal damage to enemies in Kul Tiras and Zandalar.
The blueprint can be purchased from Cork Stuttguard, at the south entrance of Bondo's Yard for 500 Gold. The item itself teaches you how to summon the X-995 Mechanocat mount, which can be painted in many colors (more information in our mount section).
125x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts This blueprint has a medium drop chance from OOX Avenger/MG. Please see our Rare Elites section for more information. This item can be useful for avoiding stabilizer damage from sudden gravity inflicted impacts. Hold on tight! (3-minute cooldown)
1x S.P.A.R.E. Crate Icon S.P.A.R.E. Crate Source Unknown — This item grants +100 reputation with the Rustbolt Resistance.
100x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts Source Unknown — We do not currently know what this item contains.
The blueprint for this item drops from Steel Singer Freza (for more information regarding the location of this creature, please refer to our Rare Elites section). The Rustbolt Gramophone Icon Rustbolt Gramophone is required for starting progression on the Junkyard Melomaniac Icon Junkyard Melomaniac achievement (see our achievements section for more information).
100x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts The blueprint for this item drops from The Scrap King and Gorged Gear-Cruncher. (for more information regarding the location of this creature, please refer to our Rare Elites section). The item itself is needed to earn the Scrappy's Best Friend Icon Scrappy's Best Friend achievement (see our achievement section).
This blueprint drops by Data Anomalys during the quest Large Storage Fragment which is a sequel to the daily quest Discs of Norgannon. This item is a new Toy Hearthstone with a specific casting animation.
Source Unknown — This item increases the lifespan of a construction project by powering it by an additional 5 minutes (see our construction projects section for more information).
150x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts The blueprint for this item is obtained during the Cogfrenzy's Construction Frenzy daily quest (see our daily quests section for more information). The item itself fully repairs a damaged construction project. (see our construction projects section for more information).
The blueprint for this item is obtained during the Deepwater Maw quests (see our rare elites quests section for more information). This item is a lure that you need to use to spawn Deepwater Maw.
The blueprint for this item drops from Deepwater Maw (see our rare elites quests section for more information). Canned Minnows Icon Canned Minnows is a well fed food specific to Mechagon that increases your movement speed by 100 for 1 hour while in Mechagon.
This blueprint has a chance to drop from the Rare Elite Mr. Fixthis. Please check our rare elites quests section for more information. This item creates a storm around you, for cosmetic purposes.
250x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts The blueprint for this item is sold by Stolen Royal Vendorbot, the Quartermaster for the Rustbolt Resistance, after you reach exalted reputation. The item itself gives you 100 War Resources Icon War Resources.
The blueprint for this item can drop during Chromie's daily quests. The item allows you to travel to an alternate future for Mechagon (Future Mechagon). This is needed in order to encounter the Rare Elite The Rusty Prince (see our rare elites section for more information).
Source Unknown — This item is a pet.
Source Unknown — This item is a pet.
The blueprint for this item drops from King Mechagon in Operation: Mechagon. This item is the rank 2 of the Vision of Perfection Essence (see our Essences guide for more information).
This blueprint has a chance of dropping from the Rare Elite Rustfeather. Please check our rare elites quests section for more information. This item allows you to fly in Mechagon after double-jumping.
150x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts This blueprint has a chance to drop from the Rare Elite Enforcer KX-T57. Please check our rare elites quests section for more information. This item throws a flame turret on the ground that will defend the area for 2 minutes. It is only usable in Zandalar and Kul Tiras and has a 1-minute cooldown.
100x Spare Parts Icon Spare Parts This blueprint has a chance to drop from the daily PvP chest in Bloody Grotto. This item unleashes annoying robots in an area to distract and reveal all enemies for 30 seconds. It is only usable in Zandalar and Kul Tiras and has a 1-minute cooldown.
The blueprint for this item is automatically provided upon completion of the quest Other Interests. This item allows you to access the Black Market Auction House remotely.
The blueprint for this item can be obtained from Recycling Requisition Icon Recycling Requisition.
The blueprint for this item can drop from Gear Checker Cogstar (see our rare elite section for more information). This items allows you to teleport to Rustbolt on Mechagon.
9.

Punch Card Trinket

The Upgraded quest from Christy Punchcog in Rustbolt grants you the Punch Card trinket, a Pocket-Sized Computation Device Icon Pocket-Sized Computation Device. On the PTR, she would just give you the item as a reward of the quest, but there is a Junkyard Tinkering skill that in the game files to create this item and it costs 8 S.P.A.R.E. Crate Icon S.P.A.R.E. Crates and 4 Energy Cell Icon Energy Cells.

This trinket has no stat, but can instead be entirely customized trough 3 Punchcard slots: Blue, Red, and Yellow. In each slot, you can insert a Punchcard of the corresponding, which will give you stats, on-use effects, or passive effects. Punchcards can be bought from different Quartermasters, drop from rare elites, or from the Operation: Mechagon Mythic dungeon. This system is intended as a fun catch-up mechanism (at least in terms of item level).

The introductory quests for the Pocket-Sized Computation Device Icon Pocket-Sized Computation Device are as follows:

  1. Upgraded — this quest will reward you with the Punch Card trinket;
  2. First One's Free — this quest rewards you with your first two free Punchcards: Omnipurpose Efficient Logic Board Icon Omnipurpose Efficient Logic Board (Yellow) and Subroutine: Overclock Icon Subroutine: Overclock (Red). Note that on the PTR, only the Yellow Punchcard was given, but the First One's Free quest now also list the Red Punchard as a reward.
9.1.

Blue Punchcard

Blue Punchcards do not increase healing or damage, but have interesting, useful effects. Here is the list of all the Blue Punchcards that we datamined (and their effects), but the source of most of them is currently unknown.

9.2.

Red Punchcard

Red Punchcards have healing or damage effects. Here is the list of all the Red Punchcards that we datamined (and their effects), but the source of most of them is currently unknown.

9.3.

Yellow Punchcard

Yellow Punchcards are stat sticks with 2 secondary stats. Here is the list of all the Yellow Punchcards that we datamined (and their stats), but the source of most of them is currently unknown.

10.

New Dungeon — Operation: Mechagon

Starting July 9th, players will begin to explore the new mega-dungeon Operation: Mechagon. This dungeon is an underground fortress of the mechagnome race led by King Mechagon. Players will experience a total of 8 bosses in this Mythic-only dungeon, but will have Mythic+ and Heroic versions added later on. Players will be able to loot items that are mostly set around item level 415 and can be warforged or titanforged. Along with gear, players can obtain punch cards, pets, mounts, profession recipes, and Heart of Azeroth essences. We will have a guide for this dungeon upon its release.

11.

Mechagon Mounts

Players can obtain 8 new mounts while Mechagon. While most are earned from killing elite mobs, one mount is crafted by you instead, another one is the reward of a long quest line, and the last one is a reward from the Mechagon meta-achievement Mecha-Done Icon Mecha-Done.

11.1.

X-995 Mechanocat

The X-995 Mechanocat is taught by Mechanocat Laser Pointer Icon Mechanocat Laser Pointer, which is crafted using Junkyard Tinkering. The blueprint can be purchased from Cork Stuttguard at the south entrance of Bondo's Yard for 500 Gold. The materials needed for crafting the mount are as follows.

What makes this mount so special is that it is also customizable in terms of color. There are a total of 7 colors available and an 8th one as a reward. Collecting all of the paint vials will reward players with the Available in Eight Colors Icon Available in Eight Colors achievement and is marked as progress for your Mecha-Done Icon Mecha-Done achievement. For more information on these quests, please refer to our mount-related quests section.

Please refer to our X-995 Mechanocat preview to see what the mount looks like, as well as all the re-colors.

11.2.

Scrapforged Mechaspider

The Scrapforged Mechaspider Icon Scrapforged Mechaspider is a reward for completing the quest line that ends with Drive It Away Today. Completing this quest grants you the mount and the following achievement: Making the Mount Icon Making the Mount.

Please refer to our Scrapforged Mechaspider preview to see what the mount looks like, as well as some animations.

11.3.

Rusty Mechanocrawler

The Rusty Mechanocrawler Icon Rusty Mechanocrawler is a recolor of the Scrapforged Mechaspider Icon Scrapforged Mechaspider. You can obtain this mount from the rare elite Arachnoid Harvester in the Mechagon zone. See our Rare Elites section for more information.

Please refer to our Rusty Mechanocrawler preview to see what the mount looks like.

11.4.

Junkheap Drifter

This mount is taught by Rusted Keys to the Junkheap Drifter Icon Rusted Keys to the Junkheap Drifter, which drops from the Rustfeather rare elite mob in Mechagon (see our Rare Elites section for more information). This mount is a rustier variant of Keys to the Model W Icon Keys to the Model W (the mount from the Mecha-Done Icon Mecha-Done meta-achievement).

Please refer to our Junkheap Drifter preview to see what the mount looks like.

11.5.

Aerial Unit R-21/X

Aerial Unit R-21/X Icon Aerial Unit R-21/X drops from within Operation: Mechagon, from the final boss King Mechagon. This mount has a unique mount special, which has a cannon that appears from its mouth.

Please refer to our Aerial Unit R-21/X preview to see what the mount looks like, as well as some animations.

11.6.

Mechagon Peacekeeper

Mechagon Peacekeeper Icon Mechagon Peacekeeper is another recolor of the Scrapforged Mechaspider Icon Scrapforged Mechaspider mount. Players can find this mount as a drop from the HK-8 Aerial Oppression Unit boss, found within the Operation: Mechagon dungeon.

Please refer to our Mechagon Peacekeeper preview to see what the mount looks like, as well as some animations.

11.7.

Rustbolt Resistor

Rustbolt Resistor Icon Rustbolt Resistor can be purchased from Stolen Royal Vendorbot in Rustbolt for 524,288 Gold, after reaching exalted reputation with the Rustbolt Resistance.

Please refer to our Rustbolt Resistor preview to see what the mount looks like, as well as some animations.

11.8.

Mechacycle Model W

This mount is taught by Keys to the Model W Icon Keys to the Model W, which is a reward for completing the Mechagon meta-achievement: Mecha-Done Icon Mecha-Done.

Please refer to our Mechacycle Model W preview to see what the mount looks like, as well as some animations.

12.

Toys

12.1.

Azeorth Mini: Mechagon Set

With Patch 8.2, players will be introduced to a new line of collectible toy games. Jepetto Joybuzz will have a daily quest, Toys Like Us, which will grant players with a starter Mechagon themed Azeroth Minis pack. Players will be able to collect and place each one on a pedestal. These minis are also known to fight each other while on the pedestal.

Like the other visitors of Mechagon, Jepetto Joybuzz is not going to always be in Mechagon, but once players obtain Azeroth Mini Collection: Mechagon Icon Azeroth Mini Collection: Mechagon from the starter pack, they will be able to begin collecting VIP mini figures. Players will be able to obtain these VIP mini figures from Mechanized Chests around Mechagon, rares that inhabit Mechagon, and from Operation: Mechagon dungeon bosses. At this time, there are currently only 16 of the minis available in game, but the Most Minis Wins Icon Most Minis Wins achievement requires you to have only 14.

13.

Battle Pets

13.1.

Wild Pets

  • Duskytooth Snooter is a rare spawn that can be found around the forest areas of Mechagon.
  • Fleeting Frog is a common spawn that can be found around the bodies of water in Mechagon.
  • Malfunctioning Microbot is a common spawn that can be found around the Industrial areas.
  • Motorized Croaker is a common spawn that can be found south of Rustbolt in the industrial area waters.
  • Rustyroot Snooter is a common spawn that can be found in the forest areas of Mechagon.
  • Specimen 97 is a unique spawn that can be found in the Scrapbone Den area of Mechagon.
  • Experimental Roach is an uncommon spawn that can be located near Rustbolt and the industrial parts of Mechagon and shares the spawn location with Junkheap Roach.
  • Junkheap Roach is a common spawn that can be located near Rustbolt and the industrial parts of Mechagon and shares a spawn location with Experimental Roach.
  • Mechagon Marmot is a common spawn that can be located all over Mechagon but mainly in the forest areas.
  • Rustbolt Clucker is a common spawn that can be located within Rustbolt.
  • Yellow Junkhopper is a common spawn that can be found near bodies of water around Mechagon and shares a spawn location with Fleeting Frog.
13.2.

Drops and Rewards Pets

13.3.

Operation Mechagon Pets

  • Alloyed Alleyrat is obtained from Mechagon Undergound. Players will not need to clear the dungeon fully to access the Underground portion of the dungeon.
  • Clanking Scrapsorter is obtained from Mechagon Undergound. Players will not need to clear the dungeon fully to access the Underground portion of the dungeon.
  • Copper Hopper is obtained from Mechagon Undergound. Players will not need to clear the dungeon fully to access the Underground portion of the dungeon.
  • H4ND-EE is obtained from Mechagon Underground. Players will not need to clear the dungeon fully to access the Underground portion.
  • Microbot 8D Icon Microbot 8D is obtained from the dungeon boss HK-8 Aerial Oppression Unit.
  • Golden Snorf Icon Golden Snorf is obtained from the final boss of the dungeon, King Mechagon.
14.

Achievements

The Mechagon meta-achievement Mecha-Done Icon Mecha-Done consists of 10 achievements that you will need to complete in order to unlock access to the Mechacycle Model W (Keys to the Model W Icon Keys to the Model W) mount. Because one of these achievements takes at least 50 days to complete, you cannot obtain your Mechacycle Model W before your 50th day on Mechagon.

There is another meta-achiement, Junkyard Tinkmaster Icon Junkyard Tinkmaster, which rewards you with the Junkyard title. It consists in the following achievements.

There is also a standalone achievement, Diversed Investments Icon Diversed Investments, which you will no doubt obtain while completing Junkyard Machinist Icon Junkyard Machinist. This achievement can expand further with Diversed Investments Icon Diversed Investments, where players will need to complete each contruction project and reach 100% on the progress bar.

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PvP

Players will be able to do PvP throughout the island of Mechagon. Players will be able to find an open world PvP arena called The Bloody Grotto, which is currently led by Bookie Longshot. Players will be able to locate this arena behind the waterfall at Fleeting Forest and is only open when Grumbol Grimhammer is one of the daily visitors in Rustbolt. Players will be given the chance to fight in a Free-for-All deathmatch arena, where they will fight for a treasure chest that spawns every 30 minutes. When players loot the chest, it will have a lockout, so they are only able to obtain what is inside once per day, per character. Players can obtain Mechagon materials from the chest, such as an Energy Cell Icon Energy Cell, or other helpful items that can be created by Blueprints.

Another form of PvP that is coming to Mechagon is The Robodrome. This will be a new instanced arena that is aimed for level 90 to 120 characters. Players will find that the arena is circular in shape, designed in the style of the engineering of Mechagon. Players can find 3 platforms in the center and each will allow you to get on them from behind, unlike the previous arenas. These ramps will work more like pillars, so that you can use them to break line of sight.

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Changelog

  • 03 Jul. 2019: Updated Daily Quests section.
  • 29 Jun. 2019: Updated Blueprints and Charging Stations
  • 28 Jun. 2019: Updated rare elites, achievements, quests, and battle pets. Added PvP, Treasure Chests, and dungeon information.
  • 23 Jun. 2019: Guide added.
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