You will need in total:
I just opened one of these and I don't think I collected any gold from the purchases that were made. This item turns you into a vendor, gives you a bunch of cook's clothing and items and gives you the ability to Wave to customers, Cook, Dance, and shoot a firework to attract attention.
The questline to get the noodle recipes begins at
, upon finding a
broken sign tablet
to the northeast of Mossgreen Lake, among the rubble of the broken bridge; the tablet gives the quest
, that sends you on a search of someone “
”, a name that was written on the sign.
dwells in the village of
in the southwestern part of Timeless Isle. Upon finding her, you will be granted the quest
, which sends you to Temple of Jade Serpent dungeon and requires you to defeat the Sha of Doubt - it can be done on any difficulty.
After the Sha is defeated, you can find a small scroll on the left side of the wall, inside the same room - the quest is being delivered straight to it. The scroll mentions a character in the text that means “recipe”, but it is possible that the scroll itself may have become corrupted by the sha presence inside the temple.. and upon opening the scroll, you find out that it is true, and the only way to cleanse the old recipe is to release the evil energies hidden within and defeat them.
is the next part of the questline and is being done in the same room - upon reading the scroll, the
Ghost of Lin Da-Gu
appears with an inspiring yell “Who wants soup!”.
He is an elite pandaren ghost with currently 7.878.000 hp and has a set of abilities:
at the pull he summons three sets of whirling frying pans (or
) that bounce around, from wall to wall, in the straight fixed lines, hitting for ~115.000 physical damage;
regularly he throws a set of noodles on the ground (looks like ivory spider web), they slow the movement if being stepped on; also seem to disappear over time;
more often that not, he also throws four
that create a patch of flame on the ground and deal ~200.000 fire damage (more annoyingly, he can throw them right under his current target, with 0.5 seconds to react to it), these don’t seem to disappear and sooner or later can cover the whole balcony;
finally, he has a long-distance breath attack
, only way to avoid it seems to be walking behind him, but
he keeps turning his face to his tank even while casting this
, before the damage hits, so at the moment, on the PTR, it’s impossible to avoid the first tick of damage. Hits for 102.000 fire.
After defeating the ghost, you pick up the recipe and venture to Halfhill Market in hopes to find someone who can help you decipher it - Sungshin Ironpaw
Upon meeting her, you are ought to go to the granary to the south and catch 20 sacks of grain, to make the noodles -
. As a reward for completing this quest, you get taught a recipe of 250 stat noodle cart.
You are given a quest
to create one noodle cart, a recipe of which you've just learned, and head inside Stormstout Brewery, to pickup 20 Sloshes of Brew from the alementals there. Each alemental, large or small one, drop only one, and you need to defeat all of them inside the dungeon, up to the last pack that is included in the last boss' encounter. This quest provides you with a 275 stat noodle cart recipe as a reward.
Next in the chain is
, requiring you to create a newly learned noodle cart and collect meat from the turtles on the Timeless Isle. Pretty straightforward. You can find the turtles on the western landing shores of the Isle.
The last quest is
and requires you to do a fun solo scenario, to serve customers with your noodle soups, in attemps to find the "secret ingredient". There are three soups you can make - one for each type of customer:
young trainees in blue robes prefer common cheap soup (first one);
merchants, dressed in dark clothes, prefer a soup of extra taste (second one, with fish);
farmers, dressed in red farmer shirt and wearing a straw hat, prefer a meaty soup to replenish their strength (third one).
After successfully completing the quest, you reveal what the secret ingredient truly is, learn the recipe for 300 stat noodle cart, as well as open two more daily quests, each awarding an Ironpaw Token for your cooking needs.
At this point in time, you do
get gold from people buying noodles from you.
So just for clarification,
I spend a bunch of time and resources, go back to places I have no interest in, to be able to spend more gold, mats, etc. to become a vendor to sell food to my raid group, but I don't get the gold or even free food for myself?
What is the benefit to me exactly?
My dwarf is a bit too short to run the stand properly, so a pile of books appears for him to stand n while he's serving noodles :P
I thought this would provide me a tool to create high level food whenever I wanted. But I created this cart and get only 5 installations. Of course, you can create the installation and it lets you create food up to 5 that you need. And no more. So you create all of these foods before hand and then create only 5 that you need? So with this you can create 25 foods that you need for buff. But to create the cart, you need to gather multiple foods just to create the cart. To gather the other food is to gather quite a diverse set of supplies and it assumes you can make all these foods for each food specialization. So in essence, if you need food to buff, don't use this cart because it is not worth the effort. This also applies to the deluxe cart.
This is the new +250 low-level "feast" introduced in Patch 5.4: Seige of Orgrimmar.
The cart turns the user into a vendor of
, which anyone nearby can purchase and stacks to 5, whether in party or not. The cart vendor DOES NOT get to keep the money. While there were initially 10 man and 25 man version carts on the PTR that held a maximum number of charges (50 charges and 125 charges respectively), it seems that Blizzard did away with this and the cart now holds unlimited soup, or at least 150 charges from our testing of this cart kit. While it requires many more mats than a single feast, if you're planning on wiping more than a few times, it's much cheaper to use this. A video guide to the cart kit quest chain is
for anyone having trouble with it.
The most cost-efficient and time-saving way to use these in raids (10 man or 25 man) is to have every person grab 5
, eat one of them for the
buff, and then buy one more before the noodle vendor exits the cart. This way you get an extra round of food for free, rather than the normal five. Granted, few people would recommend using +250 food on hardcore progression, but if you're just learning a fight and plan on wiping a lot, this is a very cheap option for an extra stat boost.
Also, whoever is the vendor must absolutely shoot off fireworks every time. Because they look awesome. :P
This is one of three Noodle Stands added in patch 5.4.
Noodle Cart Kit
Deluxe Noodle Cart Kit
Pandaren Treasure Noodle Cart Kit
Each one turns your character into an NPC with a
, and a
, and sets your view point to a cart in front of you. The appearance of the cart varies depending upon which kit you use. While you are an NPC you sell one of three soups to go with the currently active cart,
Deluxe Noodle Soup
Pandaren Treasure Noodle Soup
You also have a vehicle toolbar with the following abilities:
: Displays a message to a random nearby target or the currently selected target in the "NPC Language" that all races can understand.
With Target: "Hey there,<Target Name>. Won't you try some of my hot noodle soup?"
Without Target: "Get your Noodle Soup here!"
: Your character will perform the cooking animation for a few seconds.
: Your character will perform the /dance animation for a few seconds.
: Launches a firework from your noodle cart. The firework used varies based on the noodle cart currently active.
You may only have five of each of the soups at a time and the soups currently have no level requirement, the soups also appear to have a unique eating model, a bowl of soup on the ground and your character eats it with chopsticks. Soups do not seem to have a price as of 9/16/2013.
Scales to any level. The stand stays up for approximately 3 min. The 250 noodle cart gives less stats to a lower level than the 300. A Level 58 gains 23 stats with the 250 noodle cart, and 27 stats with a 300 noodle cart.
This cart is an incredibly good deal.
It costs 25 food to for the recipe, but you make five cart kits.
In a 25-man raid, everyone can get a stack of five noodles.
So, that 25 food turns into 5 x 25 x 5 = 625 food.
Noodle cart chefs will now receive a well-fed buff while serving other players bowls of noodle soup.
5.4 Hotfixes: October 16
This will work on the following:
This thing also serves as a portable vendor. Making it is cheap, you can farm all mats in 1 hour, or just buy them from AH. It has 1 sec cooldown, and you can sell items to yourself. Great for long farming runs if you dont have mammoth or yak with vendors!
This item is a new indispensable for most people who solo old content: it's a portable, non-exclusive to engineering,
(1s isn't worthy of note) with useful food - and
on top of buying food, you can also empty your bags turning all the vendor trash to gold
. It also works in instances, where you can't rely on your
Traveler's Tundra Mammoth
The main issue when soloing is the lack of bag space. Now, most of us gold-savvy soloers are running with a
to vendor stuff on the go... and some pick engineering for
. The problem with these is the lengthy cooldowns, and only engineers can use the cooldown-less, and relatively cheap and easy to make
Now, this cart is, as other commenters note, fairly cheap and easy to make, and the food you can buy from yourself is undeniably useful, but you can also use the vendor functionality to sell for gold all the gray vendor trash and what-not, as many times as you want to (and your stock of carts allows).
每碗汤面会在20 sec内恢复3365点生命值和3500点法力值，进食时必须保持坐姿。如果你花费至少10秒钟来进食，你会获得“进食充分”效果，并使你的一个有用属性提高5点，持续1 hour。
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