Vengeance Demon Hunter Artifact Weapon: Aldrachi Warblades
This overview covers the basics of the Vengeance Demon Hunter artifact weapon,
. This will be your primary weapon in Legion, allowing you to customize its appearance with numerous styles and tints.
When you equip
, you automatically also equip the offhand
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Appearances and Tints
Each spec's weapon has 6 styles, which can come in 4 color variations. All of these tints can be previewed on the Appearance tab of the
Legion Dressing Room
. The Umberwing style is notable for having differently-shaped mainhand and offhand weapons.
Aldrachi: Default, Recover one Pillar of Creation, Recover
and bring it to Order Hall, Complete First Major Order Campaign
Illidari Crest: Complete the Class Hall Campaign (
), Unlock every Artifact Trait (
), Fully research the history of your artifact (
), Obtain 8 rare Archaeology finds (
Dreadlord's Bite: Complete the questline Balance of Power (
), Defeat 8 Broken Isles world bosses (
), Complete a Mythic+ Dungeon with a Level 15 Keystone (
), All Legion Dungeon achievements (
Boneterror: This entire tier is devoted to PvP achievements.
Unberwing: Unlocked through the
Note: The basic tint of the challenge appearance is unobtainable as of Battle for Azeroth prepatch. The other tints can still be unlocked if you finished the Mage Tower Artifact Challenge during Legion.
Iron Warden: Unlocked via
(select the Order Hall trait
then take the Twisting Nether portal and kill demons), 100 dungeons using hidden artifact appearance, 200 world quests using hidden artifact appearance, kill 1,000 players using a hidden artifact appearance
Artifact weapons and order halls drew their inspiration from past iconic tier sets, so here are some transmog ideas for each artifact style. You can also
save and share an Outfit with this artifact
Below is the questline for Vengeance Demon Hunter to acquire
. More artifact videos can be found on our
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The related quest is
and the description of the Aldrachi Warblades is:
The mighty Aldrachi were one of the few to stand against the Burning Legion.
It took Sargeras to fell their greatest champion, seizing his warblades in process.
Now the traitorous Illidari Carla, servant of Kil'Jaeden, wields the infamous warblades. The more souls she claims, the more powerful she becomes...
You will have to travel to the Broken Shore and find Carla, but first you must gather more information on her position. You need to find a crystallized soul for the communicator, and Khadgar knows where it is. This takes place in the following quest series:
is an amusing quest as it pokes fun of Khadgar collecting annoying items from past expansions:
Hold on for just a moment. I'm afraid I'm a bit of a pack rat.
Now let's see...apexis crystals? no, no, those won't do at all.
I must have put it over here.
Arcane powder...soul shards...that's definitely not it...
In the quest
and related scenario
, you retrieve the weapons:
– Picking Up the Pieces
Free Allari from her chains.
– Their Blood Will Flow
Cut through the demon hordes and destroy their portals.
Carla: I thought I sensed a paltry whelp wandering where it shouldn't. I'll reduce this enitre canyon to rubble if I have to.
– A River of Souls
Two of Caria's lieutenants are performing a dark ritual. They must be stopped.
Allari: Do you see those corpses? Their souls have been torn right out of their bodies.
– In the Darkness of the Pit
Gorgonnash has risen to stop your assault.
– Nowhere to Hide
Use your demonic senses to pickup Caria's trail.
– Vengeance for the Illidari
Caria Felsoul's time has come.
Carla: The Legion is only the beginning. My blades call upon power from beyond!
For every soul I claim, my power grows. I will rule this world...ALL worlds!
Varedis has shown me the true path. The Legion can make us strong once more!
Yes, I can feel your will weakening.
i WILL claim your soul, even if I have to tear it from your lifeless body.
– Right by Ascension
Claim the Aldrachi Warblades as your own.
After acquiring your artifact, you unlock the portal to your class Order Hall,
, and select your initial zone to quest in:
. You also learn about additional Legion threats:
Behold the Tomb of Sargeras - the Legion's primary gateway into Azeroth.
The situation is more dire than we thought. The demons have already spread across much of the surrounding isles.
We must act soon, or I fear the situation will become...unsalvageable.
Artifact Book Text
As players progress with their Artifact Knowledge research, more pages unlock in the Artifact Book in your Class Hall:
The Aldrachi Warblades
The countless nicks and gouges that mar the Aldrachi Warblades form a map of their violent history. These weapons have vanquished thousands of demons and absorbed their twisted souls. It is said that the warblades even drew the molten blood of the Burning Legion's ruler, Sargeras.
Truly, there is extraordinary power in these otherworldly blades. In your hands, there is no telling what havoc they will wreak on the Legion.
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part One
The scattered legends that remain of the ancient aldrachi speak of their unsurpassed skill as warriors. These proud people were bred from birth for combat. Their entire culture revolved around it. Military service was mandatory for all aldrachi, and it began as soon as a child could walk.
So it was with Toranaar. After he took his first step, he was cast into the merciless aldrachi war machine.
He came from a long line of respected warriors, and his elder brother was the greatest among them. Given Toranaar's pedigree, expectations for him were high. He would not disappoint.
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part Two
Toranaar endured years of brutal training, tests of strength meant to cull the weak from the strong. One thought propelled him through the pain and suffering: winning the right to carry warblades.
More than titles or wealth, the aldrachi coveted weapons as prized possessions and symbols of status. Warblades eclipsed all other types of arms in prestige. These mighty weapons were fashioned from rare crystals found deep below the earth. The strange minerals had many unique properties, the greatest of which was their ability to absorb the spirits of the dead. Blacksmiths employed closely guarded techniques to enchant these crystals and forge them into instruments of death.
The resultant warblades could consume the souls of their victims. Each devoured spirit imbued the weapon with greater power. The most ancient warblades contained thousands of souls, and they were revered just as much as-if not more than-the fearsome aldrachi warriors who bore them in battle.
As the young Toranaar lay in bed every night, his body bruised and broken, he pictured himself carrying warblades of his own. He willed that vision to become a reality.
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part Three
Toward the end of his training, Toranaar had his final and greatest test. The aldrachi military high command chose an elder warrior at random to battle the young initiate in a fight to the death. The day of the duel came, and Toranaar stepped into the ritual fighting pit to face his opponent.
It was his older brother.
Toranaar spared his sibling only a passing glance. He fixed his eyes on his opponent's gleaming warblades. Toranaar's dream was within reach, and nothing would keep him from it. Not even family.
The two brothers grappled through the night and into the next day. Both were on the verge of death when Toranaar finally disarmed his kin and took the warblades for himself. Without uttering a word, he buried the weapons in his brother's chest, and they drank deep of the fallen warrior's soul.
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part Four
Stories of the aldrachi reached the Burning Legion and its ruler, Sargeras. He and his demon army had decimated countless mortal civilizations in their quest to extinguish life from the cosmos. Sargeras was always eager to find mighty new races that he could bend to his will and use as agents of destruction. The aldrachi seemed like the perfect candidates for servitude.
Rather than destroy the aldrachi world outright, Sargeras ordered his forces to invade it. The Legion would wear the warriors thin until they were ripe for demonic conversion. Sargeras knew that his followers would suffer great losses against the enemy, but that did not discourage him.
Whether it took a year, or ten, or a hundred... Sargeras would make the aldrachi his.
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part Five
Excerpt from the nathrezim records known as The Codex of the Dead:
""Curious creatures, the aldrachi. Much more resilient and promising than anticipated.
""The Legion stormed their little world with overwhelming force, a sea of pit lords and felguard, of shivarra and mo'arg, ebbing and flowing from horizon to horizon. Still, the aldrachi held the invasion at bay. Hundreds of demons fell just to claim one of their warriors. The aldrachi fought like ravenous beasts, and none with more ferocity than the creature called Toranaar the Indomitable.
""His warblades howled over the clamor of battle, rending anything that came near. Each demon Toranaar vanquished seemed to fill him with renewed vigor and strength. He was an army unto himself.""
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part Six
Wave after wave of demons slammed into the aldrachi lines. Toranaar and other seasoned warriors repelled each attack, but the Legion's numbers never diminished. For every demon defeated, another would take its place. Slowly and methodically, the Legion whittled away the aldrachi resistance and pushed them back to the towering stronghold in the heart of their war-torn capital.
Only Toranaar and a handful of champions remained. Each of them carried warblades teeming with the souls of thousands of victims they had cut down. In all directions, corpses of aldrachi and demon alike blanketed the earth. It is said that not a bare patch of ground could be seen for leagues.
Toranaar rallied his allies in preparation for another Legion attack, but it never came. To the aldrachi's confusion, the demons halted their advance. A monstrous figure then emerged from the Legion's ranks.
It was Sargeras, and he had come with an offer for Toranaar.
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part Seven
No one knows for sure what form Sargeras took to confront Toranaar. Some nathrezim records say that the Legion's colossal ruler infused a sliver of his power into an avatar and dispatched it to the aldrachi stronghold. Whatever the truth, it is certain that he called for Toranaar to join the Legion.
Sargeras promised the aldrachi warrior and his allies power beyond anything they had ever dreamt of. They would serve as his personal guards, and they would command tens of thousands of demons in war. Sargeras believed that such an offer would prove irresistible to the battle-loving aldrachi.
Toranaar's rejection was emphatic. He vowed to destroy the Legion for all of the aldrachi the demons had killed, or die trying. Either way, he would never bow to Sargeras.
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part Eight
Demons still whisper of the battle between Toranaar and Sargeras. The gathered Legion host watched with rapt attention as their ruler dueled with the aldrachi warrior. At any moment, Sargeras could have simply annihilated Toranaar, but destruction was not what he wanted.
Sargeras desired to corrupt the aldrachi champion, and he would need to exhaust Toranaar to succeed. For days, the Legion's ruler did so. Like a cruel predator toying with prey, Sargeras battered Toranaar with just enough force to wear him down.
Toranaar was a seasoned warrior, and he recognized Sargeras's ploy. He knew he could not best the Legion's commander in combat, and so he decided on one final act of defiance. Toranaar feigned submission. When Sargeras let his guard down, the aldrachi champion struck.
His warblades ripped through Sargeras's hide, and fire burst from the wound. Though it was only a minor injury, the other aldrachi howled in triumph.
It was the last time such war cries would ever echo through their once-great capital.
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part Nine
Toranaar's defiance infuriated Sargeras. In an instant, he ripped the warrior and his fellow aldrachi champions to pieces. So great was Sargeras's wrath that nothing was left of their bodies but dust. The Legion's ruler then commanded his armies to bathe the aldrachi world in an inferno that would smolder for eternity.
Though Sargeras had failed to corrupt the aldrachi, all was not lost. He had left the warblades used by Toranaar and his kin intact. If the aldrachi would not serve the Legion, their formidable weapons would.
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part Ten
Sargeras ordered his lieutenant Kil'jaeden the Deceiver to distribute the warblades of the aldrachi. Over thousands of years, the demon sought out the Legion's greatest warriors. Those who met Kil'jaeden's standards received a set of warblades. In demonic hands, these weapons went on to massacre civilizations, exterminate entire races, and consume the souls of a hundred thousand dead.
In time, Kil'jaeden had circulated all of the warblades, save the ones that had belonged to Toranaar. These were the most powerful arms taken from the aldrachi. Kil'jaeden kept them under close watch, awaiting a champion ruthless enough to wield the fabled weapons that had made Sargeras bleed.
The Aldrachi Warblades, Part Eleven
After years of waiting, Kil'jaeden found someone worthy of wielding Toranaar's warblades. Her name was Caria Felsoul, and she was one of the Illidari's most cunning and adept demon hunters.
Caria had willingly turned on the Illidari and pledged herself to the Legion in exchange for power, and Kil'jaeden rewarded her. He flooded the demon hunter with dark energy and molded her into his perfect servant. Before unleashing Caria on his enemies, he gifted her the Aldrachi Warblades.
Kil'jaeden relished this final act, knowing it stood against everything Toranaar had fought for. The aldrachi had used his warblades to uphold the dignity of his people and reject Sargeras's offer of power. Wielded by a traitor like Caria, the weapons would become tools of betrayal, murder, and dishonor.
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FYI, your information on unlocking the Iron Warden skin is wrong. It drops from the demon you summon by clicking the sanctum crystal next to Loramus on the lower level of the Fel Hammer. This ports you to an open area with a Fel Tome that you click which summons in a large demon. It looks like these can change but you have a chance to get the one that drops the Iron Warden skin.
The Iron Warden skin is the "hidden appearance", the Umberwing appearance is one that is coming later in the expansion, but data-mined now.
please help im stuck on stage 5 everything is dead and need to find carla's trail but cant find it anywhere
To find Carla's Trail at Stage 5, use
at the yellow quest marker to reveal the way forward, and to enable you to remove the rubble blocking your way.
ok does anyone know if the buff from the pepper balls heal with the charred warblades perk?
It strikes me curious and confused wondering why they chose one of the slots to be Arcane.
Given Fiery Brand, Soul Carver, Immolation Aura and Charred Warblades (artifact), you'd think it would be more suitable to make that a Fire rune slot, no?
How to get Umberwing? I like it more than others exept Dreadlord's Bite i like it as well.
blocking the acquisition of the Vengeance hidden skin behind complete and utter ridiculous RNG is the dumbest decision next to items having an endless number of upgrade options -_-
i've been farming the skin since launch and nothing.
For pete's sake Blizzard, make it obtainable via a quest, the withered training or something other than pure bull^&*! RNG.
Every quest directs to druid quest, guide is completely broken
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