Very nice guide! This can help me improve on my hunt for treasures! :D
Nice! I've managed to find four treasures thus far without any help, but this will help me A LOT!
Rather than waiting for respawns or farming these items, I recommend using NPCScan and TomTom and just checking by the locations as you go about your business/when you have a moment. The Valley of the Four Winds NPCs are especially easy to check for as you fly to go do Shieldwall dailies or farm. Dread Wastes is a good place to start your hunt, since there are so many items there to check.I also recommend focusing on the hard items first, like the Mining Pick or the Staff of the Hidden Master for example, because they have several spawn points that must be checked more carefully.
where's the hunter weapons?
This is cool. I would really like it if they had included a bow with the weapons. Since I'm a hunter, the weapons they have don't do me any good.
Why is the staff and polearm swapped around?
thx for that guide ! Very usefull :)
Wish I had this guide a month ago when I did these. Never the less, awesome!
You guys are AWESOME. Thanks so much!
Why did you have to make this AFTER I got my title >.>
The models of the BoA Dread Wastes staff and Polearm models are switched on this page. The Dissector's staff of mutation has the crook at the top and Malik's stalwart spear is the large, fangshaped amber spear. Please fix that.
Hopefully a simple question:This is not the first time I've seen "Click the cut to ..." on Wowhead.Sorry to be hopelessly newb, but what does that mean? I searched for a definition without any luck; all I can hypothesize is one of those dotted/dashed lines with a scissor icon used near RL coupons or a graphic image of a fresh, well-blood-supplied incision used as a link.Thanks in advance for any hints!
is this in 5.1 or 5.2 ?
Sigh, and of course when I finally got my title this gets put up.There goes the rare title, was fun the few days it lasted -.-
i'm happy to say i have already found a few of these items in game before this great guide was made. although i mostly found them on accident.
There is an addon plugin for TomTom called Treasure Hunter available through curse(AFAIK) that places waypoints to all the possible locations and has informational tips, like "next to the tree" or "underwater" and it even marks the entrances to caves for items that are inside them. It can be configured to only show you locations of stuff you've not gotten or all locations regardless. It's pretty easy to use and makes this whole affair so much less "grindy", jus fly a circuit when you are able and eventually you'll get everything you want.