The Day That Deathwing Came Questline

After patch 4.0.3a, Blizzard introduced a Broken World of Azeroth without the need of the Cataclysm expansion. New level 1-60 quests were introduced revamping each zone.

Badlands is one of the regions deeply altered from what we were used to. The central area of Badlands is currently a massive charred fissure on the ground known as the Scar of the Worldbreaker. Terrifying name indeed. Deathwing was in Badlands and melted down the top of the mesas and mountains in there. Kargath was completely decimated with a landslide, and now overrun by black dragon whelps and dragonkin.

Most of the quests in Badlands are related to the Purified Black Dragon Egg storyline. However, there is a particular three-part questline on the southwestern edge of the Scar of the Worldbreaker zone that will no doubt bring out a lot of chuckles from players.

Blizzard Entertainment’s developers have a really nice sense of humor. There you will find three NPCs: Martek the Exiled (orc), Thelduring the Lost (dwarf) and Lucien Tosselwrench (gnome). Each of them have a quest that explains each side of their story on what happened The Day That Deathwing Came.

After playing the entire Purified Black Dragon Egg questline, I intently started this new quest to find out exactly how Deathwing came to be in Badlands and why the region is so melted down and devastated. To my surprise, I got a completely different and unexpected outcome: uncontrollable laughter.

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