Suramar Exploration Video

I spent about 2-hours exploring every inch of Suramar city and outdoor locations. I found countless amount of content: treasure chests, Vignettes, Elite rare bosses, demons, Nightborne, and even deep sea content on the east coast of Suramar (Jandvik) which is occupied by the naga forces.

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Suramar is even bigger than what one actually sees in the map, and I think this is the first time that Blizzard adds a zone that has so much underground content.

 

The western Suramar area, Falanaar, feels like Azjol-Nerub — the underground zone we never got to see in whole in Northrend. Falanaar has a huge ancient underground catacombs filled with Nerubian-Nightborne hybrids and spiders.

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Felsoul Hold has various caverns and catacombs filled with demons, and ghosts. Many of these mobs are elite. These areas are definitely not for the faint of heart, and I wouldn’t recomment running through — aggroing a train of mobs.

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Suramar City is vast in size and beautiful. Took me nearly an hour to explore the city and I likely missed a few spots. The city is immense considering it also has a catacombs beneath, filled with Nightborne, and also a second floor high above. Lots and lots of ground to explore.

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The first quest for Suramar seems to be at Moonguard Stronghold. That’s the only one I could find. That area has been invaded by Nightborne. Not far from that area you can also find Harpies.

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Suramar Exploration Video

 

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