Feralas

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Feralas

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Feralas
Level: 40-50
Capital(s)

Dire Maul (300)

Population
Races

Ogre (770)
Tauren (660)
Night elf (440)
Naga (330)
Harpy
Sea giant

Government
Ruler(s)

General Shandris Feathermoon
King Gordok
Lord Shalzaru

Major settlements

Camp Mojache (360)
Feathermoon Stronghold (240)
Isle of Dread (180)

Affiliation
Location

Southwestern Kalimdor

Unlike its barren neighbors to the north, south and east, Feralas is a lush jungle. Both the Horde and the Alliance lay claim to the area and both factions have to contend with powerful local forces, which include, most notoriously, the bloodthirsty Gordunni ogres which populate the region and control a number of ancient Elven ruins scattered in the area, including the vast dungeon of Dire Maul. Gordunni ogres have desecrated and defiled much of Feralas and have damaged the land with their taint. The Horde, in particular, is concerned with the unchecked expansion of the Gordunni clan and has put out a call for adventurers to aid the war effort against the Ogres. Feralas is also home to a number of scattered Grimtotem tauren tribes, members of which are hunted by Horde agents on the orders from Belgrom Rockmaul in Orgrimmar. In addition the far western islands are crawling with Naga and recently several Silithid hives have been spotted in the region.

  • 3Geography
    • 3.4Travel Hubs

History

Once part of the great expansion of Night Elf power, the forest of Feralas holds many ancient ruins as well as the great city now known as Dire Maul that have long since been overgrown by the native plant life. One possible explanation for its abundant flora and fauna could lie in the fact that Kalimdor was once nothing but lush forests prior to the Great Sundering. It is likely that the high mountains that surround the area served as a protective barrier from such outside factors.

Getting There

The Forgotten Coast
Alliance
Alliance may find some trouble getting into the zone. Adventurers can travel south from Nijel's Point in Desolace, but then you will have to pass between the Twin Colossals which is full of beasts 47-50, and heading directly to Feathermoon Stronghold. Alternatively, they can travel west from Thalanaar but you will encounter the Horde town: Camp Mojache which can also be tough to pass. The easiest way for Alliance adventurers is water route. From Nijel's Point they can go west and after passing by Thunder Axe Fortress and Ethel Rethor jump to water in Sar'theris Strand. From there is high possibility to swim without encountering any mobs. Swimming on that route adventurer should avoid the pier in Shadowprey Village. After passing it by there is straight and mobless water route to Feathermoon Stronghold.
Horde
From Freewind Post travel north west along the main road until you enter Feralas. You will pass by the Alliance outpost of Thalanaar that you must avoid. Shortly into the jungle is the town of Camp Mojache. There is a flight path there.

Geography

Feralas is a large rainforest of huge, ancient trees stretching from Thousand Needles to the coastline in the west and from the wasteland of Desolace in the north to the lush Un'Goro Crater to the south.

Dire Maul, ancient ruins now populated by ogres, is an instanced dungeon which can be found in this area. There are no raid dungeons or battlegrounds here, but there are multiple micro dungeons.

Maps and subregions

Camp Mojache • Dire Maul • Dream Bough • Feathermoon Stronghold • Feral Scar Vale • The Forgotten Coast • Frayfeather Highlands • Gordunni Outpost • Grimtotem Compound • The Hidden Reach • High Wilderness • Isle of Dread • Jademir Lake • Lariss Pavilion • Lower Wilds • Oneiros • Rage Scar Hold • Ruins of Isildien • Ruins of Ravenwind • Ruins of Solarsal • Sardor Isle • Shalzaru's Lair • Thalanaar • The Twin Colossals • Verdantis River • Wildwind Lake • Woodpaw Den • Woodpaw Hills • The Writhing Deep
Dire Maul

Dungeons

Dungeon NameLevel RangeGroup SizeApproximate Run Time
Dire Maul54-615-man1.5 hours / wing

Elite areas

Travel Hubs

Flight paths from Feathermoon Stronghold

  • Auberdine, Darkshore
  • Nijel's Point, Desolace
  • Thalanaar, Feralas
  • Cenarion Hold, Silithus
Thalanaar

Flight paths from Thalanaar

  • Theramore Isle, Dustwallow Marsh
  • Feathermoon Stronghold, Feralas
  • Gadgetzan, Tanaris

Flight paths from Camp Mojache

  • The Crossroads, the Barrens
  • Freewind Post, Thousand Needles
  • Shadowprey Village, Desolace
  • Gadgetzan, Tanaris
  • Cenarion Hold, Silithus

Regions Adjacent to Feralas

Zone NameFactionLevel RangeDirectionAccess
Thousand Needles20-35EastBy foot or by Horde flightpath from Camp Mojache to Freewind Post
Desolace30-40NorthBy foot or by flightpaths from Camp Mojache to Shadowprey Village or from Feathermoon Stronghold to Nijel's Point

Notable Characters

Camp Mojache
Main article: Feralas NPCs

Feralas is home to several characters of note. At Thalanaar, Falfindel Waywarder seeks aid in the battle against the Death's Head cult. In Feathermoon Stronghold, Shandris Feathermoon attempts to cleanse the taint that is the naga led by Lord Shalzaru. And at Camp Mojache, Witch Doctor Uzer'i sends bold adventurers into the deepest parts of the jungle in search of mystical muisek. Kindal Moonweaver requires help to free Sprite Darters being help captive by Grimtotem tauren.

Quests

Main article: Feralas quests
Main article: Feralas questing guide

Resources

The Twin Colossals
  • Herbs
    • [Liferoot]
    • [Goldthorn]
    • [Khadgar's Whisker]
    • [Purple Lotus]
    • [Sungrass]
    • [Golden Sansam]
  • Ore

Wild Creatures

Ruins of Isildien

Notes

  • Feralas is the location of one of the four Great Trees leading to the Emerald Dream and guarded by the four Emerald Dragons. The three others are in Ashenvale, Duskwood, and the Hinterlands.

External links

  • Camp Mojache
  • Dire Maul
  • The Forgotten Coast
  • High Wilderness
  • Isle of Dread
  • Jademir Lake
  • Lower Wilds
  • Oneiros
  • Sardor Isle
    • Ruins of Feathermoon/Feathermoon Stronghold
  • Woodpaw Hills
Northern Kalimdor
  • Ashenvale
  • Azshara
  • Azuremyst Isles
    • Azuremyst Isle
    • Bloodmyst Isle
  • Darkshore
  • Felwood
  • Teldrassil
  • Winterspring
Central Kalimdor
  • The Barrens
    • Northern Barrens
  • Desolace
  • Durotar
  • Dustwallow Marsh
  • Mulgore
  • Stonetalon Mountains
Southern Kalimdor
  • Feralas
    • Classic
  • Silithus
  • Tanaris
  • Thousand Needles
  • Un'Goro Crater
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The subject of this article was removed from World of Warcraft in patch 4.0.3a but is present in World of Warcraft: Classic.
  • The subject of this article does not exist on the retail realms anymore.
  • The categories should reflect this, and should not include retail realm categories.
For the lore of the zone and its status after the Cataclysm, see Feralas.
Feralas
Level: 40-50
Capital(s)

Dire Maul (300)

Population
Races

Ogre (770)
Tauren (660)
Night elf (440)
Naga (330)
Harpy
Sea giant

Government
Ruler(s)

General Shandris Feathermoon
King Gordok
Lord Shalzaru

Major settlements

Camp Mojache (360)
Feathermoon Stronghold (240)
Isle of Dread (180)

Affiliation
Location

Southwestern Kalimdor

Unlike its barren neighbors to the north, south and east, Feralas is a lush jungle. Both the Horde and the Alliance lay claim to the area and both factions have to contend with powerful local forces, which include, most notoriously, the bloodthirsty Gordunni ogres which populate the region and control a number of ancient Elven ruins scattered in the area, including the vast dungeon of Dire Maul. Gordunni ogres have desecrated and defiled much of Feralas and have damaged the land with their taint. The Horde, in particular, is concerned with the unchecked expansion of the Gordunni clan and has put out a call for adventurers to aid the war effort against the Ogres. Feralas is also home to a number of scattered Grimtotem tauren tribes, members of which are hunted by Horde agents on the orders from Belgrom Rockmaul in Orgrimmar. In addition the far western islands are crawling with Naga and recently several Silithid hives have been spotted in the region.

  • 3Geography
    • 3.4Travel Hubs

History

Once part of the great expansion of Night Elf power, the forest of Feralas holds many ancient ruins as well as the great city now known as Dire Maul that have long since been overgrown by the native plant life. One possible explanation for its abundant flora and fauna could lie in the fact that Kalimdor was once nothing but lush forests prior to the Great Sundering. It is likely that the high mountains that surround the area served as a protective barrier from such outside factors.

Getting There

The Forgotten Coast
Alliance
Alliance may find some trouble getting into the zone. Adventurers can travel south from Nijel's Point in Desolace, but then you will have to pass between the Twin Colossals which is full of beasts 47-50, and heading directly to Feathermoon Stronghold. Alternatively, they can travel west from Thalanaar but you will encounter the Horde town: Camp Mojache which can also be tough to pass. The easiest way for Alliance adventurers is water route. From Nijel's Point they can go west and after passing by Thunder Axe Fortress and Ethel Rethor jump to water in Sar'theris Strand. From there is high possibility to swim without encountering any mobs. Swimming on that route adventurer should avoid the pier in Shadowprey Village. After passing it by there is straight and mobless water route to Feathermoon Stronghold.
Horde
From Freewind Post travel north west along the main road until you enter Feralas. You will pass by the Alliance outpost of Thalanaar that you must avoid. Shortly into the jungle is the town of Camp Mojache. There is a flight path there.

Geography

Feralas is a large rainforest of huge, ancient trees stretching from Thousand Needles to the coastline in the west and from the wasteland of Desolace in the north to the lush Un'Goro Crater to the south.

Dire Maul, ancient ruins now populated by ogres, is an instanced dungeon which can be found in this area. There are no raid dungeons or battlegrounds here, but there are multiple micro dungeons.

Maps and subregions

Camp Mojache • Dire Maul • Dream Bough • Feathermoon Stronghold • Feral Scar Vale • The Forgotten Coast • Frayfeather Highlands • Gordunni Outpost • Grimtotem Compound • The Hidden Reach • High Wilderness • Isle of Dread • Jademir Lake • Lariss Pavilion • Lower Wilds • Oneiros • Rage Scar Hold • Ruins of Isildien • Ruins of Ravenwind • Ruins of Solarsal • Sardor Isle • Shalzaru's Lair • Thalanaar • The Twin Colossals • Verdantis River • Wildwind Lake • Woodpaw Den • Woodpaw Hills • The Writhing Deep
Dire Maul

Dungeons

Dungeon NameLevel RangeGroup SizeApproximate Run Time
Dire Maul54-615-man1.5 hours / wing

Elite areas

Travel Hubs

Flight paths from Feathermoon Stronghold

  • Auberdine, Darkshore
  • Nijel's Point, Desolace
  • Thalanaar, Feralas
  • Cenarion Hold, Silithus
Thalanaar

Flight paths from Thalanaar

  • Theramore Isle, Dustwallow Marsh
  • Feathermoon Stronghold, Feralas
  • Gadgetzan, Tanaris

Flight paths from Camp Mojache

  • The Crossroads, the Barrens
  • Freewind Post, Thousand Needles
  • Shadowprey Village, Desolace
  • Gadgetzan, Tanaris
  • Cenarion Hold, Silithus

Regions Adjacent to Feralas

Zone NameFactionLevel RangeDirectionAccess
Thousand Needles20-35EastBy foot or by Horde flightpath from Camp Mojache to Freewind Post
Desolace30-40NorthBy foot or by flightpaths from Camp Mojache to Shadowprey Village or from Feathermoon Stronghold to Nijel's Point

Notable Characters

Camp Mojache
Main article: Feralas NPCs

Feralas is home to several characters of note. At Thalanaar, Falfindel Waywarder seeks aid in the battle against the Death's Head cult. In Feathermoon Stronghold, Shandris Feathermoon attempts to cleanse the taint that is the naga led by Lord Shalzaru. And at Camp Mojache, Witch Doctor Uzer'i sends bold adventurers into the deepest parts of the jungle in search of mystical muisek. Kindal Moonweaver requires help to free Sprite Darters being help captive by Grimtotem tauren.

Quests

Main article: Feralas quests
Main article: Feralas questing guide

Resources

Feralas Map

The Twin Colossals
Feralas rares
  • Herbs
    • [Liferoot]
    • [Goldthorn]
    • [Khadgar's Whisker]
    • [Purple Lotus]
    • [Sungrass]
    • [Golden Sansam]
  • Ore

Wild Creatures

Ruins of Isildien

Notes

  • Feralas is the location of one of the four Great Trees leading to the Emerald Dream and guarded by the four Emerald Dragons. The three others are in Ashenvale, Duskwood, and the Hinterlands.

External links

Feralas Flight Point

  • Camp Mojache
  • Dire Maul
  • The Forgotten Coast
  • High Wilderness
  • Isle of Dread
  • Jademir Lake
  • Lower Wilds
  • Oneiros
  • Sardor Isle
    • Ruins of Feathermoon/Feathermoon Stronghold
  • Woodpaw Hills

Feralas Ahi

Northern Kalimdor
  • Ashenvale
  • Azshara
  • Azuremyst Isles
    • Azuremyst Isle
    • Bloodmyst Isle
  • Darkshore
  • Felwood
  • Teldrassil
  • Winterspring
Central Kalimdor
  • The Barrens
    • Northern Barrens
  • Desolace
  • Durotar
  • Dustwallow Marsh
  • Mulgore
  • Stonetalon Mountains
Southern Kalimdor
  • Feralas
    • Classic
  • Silithus
  • Tanaris
  • Thousand Needles
  • Un'Goro Crater

Feralas Quests

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