The Wowhead Client is a little application we use to keep our database up to date, and to provide you with some nifty extra functionality on the website! You can also use it to keep track of your completed quests, recipes, mounts, companion pets, and titles! Live PTR.
Zul'Mashar is located in the northeastern part of the Eastern Plaguelands. It was once the capital of the Mossflayer tribea small tribe of forest trollsbut the long arduous fighting with the humans of Lordaeron have caused the trolls' land to fall into disarray. Although they retook parts of the land, the coming of the plague of undeath wrought more destruction upon the land itself, and today Zul'Mashar is a shadow of its former glory. Currently, it is in danger of becoming a bastion for the undead as its own people are being covertly transformed.
I do still love coffee should you wish to help feed my caffeine addiction :. Right click anywhere on the map to show everything close by, including any NPCs and gathering nodes. You can now click on any icon on the map be it Vendor, Quest Marker, Inn Keeper etc, an appropriate help panel will popup showing additional information. We've extended our database to include the location of many more creatures within the world, search for them in the NPC panel, click the one you're looking for to see detailed locations.
The NPC panel has been upgraded to allow some specific zul mashar, you can now search accross the world for any NPC you desire. The dynamic will show you if we have any locations for that NPC denoted by the next to the icon.
More updates coming soon, drop me a shout on Twitter if you have a cool feature request or have found a bug : -Xaiin. Friendly Player. Enemy Player.
Text Overlay. Item Location. Rally Point. Shared Vehicle. Detailed Find Feature We've extended our database to include the location of many more creatures within the world, search for them in the NPC panel, click the one you're looking for to see detailed locations. Black Lotus. Doom Weed.
Ghost Mushroom. Gloom Weed. Golden Sansam. Grave Moss.