Guides to Important Locations in BFA Capital Cities Boralus and Dazar'alor
It's been a while since we've had proper new faction cities in World of Warcraft, with small outposts in Warlords and revamped Dalaran in Legion. However, in Battle for Azeroth, the Alliance gets the naval city Boralus while the Horde gets Dazar'alor, the heart of the Zandalari Empire.
There are so many things to do in these cities, Vills has put together tourism guides for both cities, including maps and directions to important NPCs. As these cities also portray the cultural heritage of Kul Tiras and Zandalar, we've also included sections in both guides highlighting fun atmospheric details, such as a hedge maze in Boralus and drum music bar in Dazar'alor.
It's been a while since we had a brand-new large city, so navigating these towns may be difficult at first. At the start of each guide we've broken down each city into 11 districts, explaining what can be found in each as well as map locations. For example, Dazar'alor has the Terrace of the Speakers, an area where representatives from all troll tribes live, and Boralus has Stormsong Monastery, the home of the Tidesages which bless all ships.
In each city, your character can complete important actions including:
Accessing the Conquest and Mythic+ Chests with gear
Reforging Azerite Gear
Queueing for Island Expeditions and Dueler's Guild
Turning in Emissary Quests
There are also the usual amenities such as Flight Masters, inns, banks, and portals. In the "Attractions" and "Amenities" sections of each city guides, you can learn more about these NPCs, their coordinates, map location, and why they are important.
Fun Personalities and Landmarks
These towns are not just places to turn in dailies and hop in a portal--they are filled with details to reflect the vibrant cultures of Kul Tiras and Zandalar. Each district has unique NPCs and quirky shops that help convey the character of the city. Here are some examples.
Laurence E. Craft, the author of the steamy romance novels, is signing books.
Jay the Tavern Bard, a reference to 2017 Blizzcon talent contest winner, is performing in a tavern.
There's a lovely hedge maze located between Unity Square and Proudmoore Keep.
Dock 1 Exports is a reference to the home and decor store Pier 1 Imports.
Catherine Morgan has a house with 25 cats!
Griftah is back, with a mini-game to earn a toy.
The Drunken Drummer has 13 diffrent playable drums.
Rid'lah has a fun series of riddles to answer.
The Yojamba Exchange has some of the original ZG vendors!
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