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Zangarmarsh Leveling Guide

Flying Mounts
At level sixty you can train the expert riding skill and purchase a mount for 650 gold or less. You’ll gain a 10% discount for being Honored with Honor Hold/Thrallmar (which you should be by now) making your total cost 585 gold. If you’ve been farming resources and doing quests then this shouldn’t be a problem now. I would highly recommend purchasing a flying mount once you get to Zangarmarsh if you haven’t already. This guide will make extensive use of them, but won’t exclude anyone who hasn’t purchased one by now.

You can learn the skill in either Honor Hold or Thrallmar and purchase your mount at the same time. If you’re a Death Knight then you’ll probably have to wait awhile until you can afford a flying mount unless you have a main character who can quickly farm the gold up for you.

Cenarion Expedition and Swamprat Post

Enter Zangarmarsh from the western side of Hellfire Peninsula. You’ll walk right into the Cenarion Refuge. You’ll have a single quest to turn in here called The Cenarion Expedition. After you turn that quest in go ahead and pick up all of the available quests (Plants of Zangarmarsh, The Umbrafen Tribe, Leader of the Darkcrest, Leader of the Bloodscale, A Warm Welcome, Disturbance at Umbrafen Lake, and The Dying Balance).

Next go to Swamprat Post and get the flight point. It’s located north at (85,54). Turn in Report to Zurai and accept (Report To Shadow Hunter Denjai, Thick Hydra Scales, News from Zangarmarsh, There’s No Explanation for Fashion, ‘No More Mushrooms!’, and Menacing Marshfangs)

That is a lot of quests, but they’re all done in a very small area so you will not have to walk too far. The first quest you’ll want to do is Menacing Marshfangs.

Just walk north of Swamprat Post to (85,50) and you’ll find a ton of Marshfang Rippers. You’ll need to kill ten of them. They are all around the eastern part of the zone so if you want to leave at 8 or 9 that’ll be alright.

Next go do the group quest to kill Boglash who is located at (82,78). He’s very easy and doesn’t require a group.

While in the area you’re going to want to head to (83,85) and pick up a very easy escort quest on the way that ties in with The Umbrafen Tribe. Kayra will walk out and follow the road north. There will be a couple of scripted attack by your sword or magic will make quick work of any aggressors and Kayra herself is a beast. She’ll easily tank one while you work on another. When she’s near the town you can turn around and head back to finish The Umbrafen Tribe.

Start with the named who is located at (83,85) and look for a large tower. It’s the tallest hut in the area. Mount your flying mount and fly to the top floor (or walk through the entrance at the bottom if you want to fight your way to him). Land and make quick work of Kataru.

Now kill 8 Umbrafen Seers, 6 Umbrafen Oracles, and 6 Umbrafen Witchdoctors. Witchdoctors hang out in the tower Kataru is in so if you have a problem with then you’ll know where to look. Now head to (65,68).

I would personally recommend just flying to (65,68) and landing a little bit in front of the elite in the water. This elite is very difficult, but classes such as the Paladin, Druid, and Hunter can easily take him. He does a knockback so clear around and try to put your back up against the wall as you fight him (unless your pet is fighting him then it doesn’t matter). He’ll shred most cloth casters apart in a few hits, but still give him a try. It’s a short walk back and you can skip both of the Leader of _____ quests if you need to.

The nearby naga drop Naga Claws (which you’ll need 30 of) for A Warm Welcome, but you’ll be meeting more of them later and as you do the next couple of quests.

You’re going to want to loop around Umbrafen Lake (stopping at (72,58) to do Disturbance at Umbrafen which just requires you to walk near the steampump) killing Hydras and Eels.

Finish any naga in your way too for their claws. You’re also going to want to look out for Umbraglow Stingers (there is a good camp at (72,58) that I found) for 8 Diaphanous Wings.

After you’ve gained 8 Eel Meat and 12 Hydra Scales you’re going to want to try the other naga elite. Raji is at (64,41) and is a caster. Like before clear around her because she’ll easily call anyone near her. Casters will have an easier time with her because she does a ranged Ice Bolt while melee will have to be careful when she uses her Circle of Freezing. Move when you see the runes on the ground. When she’s almost dead she’ll run away so just chase her and take her down.

At this point if you don’t have 30 Naga Claws you can farm them up here, even if you can’t kill Raji.