Thursday, December 18, 2008, posted by WoW Fan at 8:27 AM
This is my Wintergrasp mining and gas cloud route. It's still good even without engineering, but engineering makes it even more amazing. Wintergrasp is such a fantastic zone because there are so few people that go there due to being wary of PVP. When used at night, I can easily get a stack of Titanium or more, mixed with the Saronite and Eternal Fire which adds up to a lot of gold per hour. (On my server it can be anywhere between 500g and 800g/hour)

I usually start off at the Fortress if my faction controls Wintergrasp and if we don't, then I fly in on my mount to the fire Revenant area. I find it best to follow the path counter clockwise, because some of the nodes are on hills and looping back is a waste of time.


The map is self explanatory except there are a few spots that can be a little tricky. If you look closely at the northwest corner there's a line that goes around, only go that way if there's a node that seems out of reach on your minimap then you jump down onto it. Once you get to the big river/lake in the middle, you can run on either side (or right down the middle with waterwalking).

Once you get to the southeast corner, this is where engineering comes in handy. I marked 4 red dots on the map where clouds usually spawn. NOTE: If your faction controls wintergrasp, I would suggest killing the Flame Revenants as it will give you a decent amount of Crystallized Fire. After the fire area after going north you'll come to a cliff, just jump off the waterfall so you don't die.

There are some notes at the south which I didn't highlight because by the time you get back to where you started on the map, it's respawned already anyway. So going to the south area for me is wasting precious farming time.

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3 Comments:


At February 3, 2009 at 4:57 AM, Anonymous Convoy

Very nice man thank you for the guide, it will help alot.

 

At July 24, 2009 at 2:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous

I love you man - I just made a fortune thanks to you :D

 

At October 21, 2009 at 2:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous

Thanks, making gold a lot faster now. Nice route!