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8-20-2008 @ 1:21PM
Sometimes when I'm bored (prot spec warrior - a LOT of boredom), I hop on my roflcopter (see Turbo-Charged Flying Machine) and fly around SMV and Netherstorm looking for chests. I've gotten to memorize a lot of their spawn points, so it's not total guess work. If you don't know where they spawn, just look inside ruins, tents and buildings, usually surrounded by mobs.As opposed to the big "cartoon pirate treasure" style chests, they're small brown boxes, about as high as your knees (or forehead if you're a gnome).
8-20-2008 @ 1:26PM
As an addition, Blizzard forgot to make unique loot tables for all of the outdoor Outlands chests, so they all share a loot table with the chests you would find about level 50-60 Azeroth zones.No real point in looking for them, unless you're like me, and take joy in opening things >.>
8-20-2008 @ 5:51PM
Heavy Fel Iron and Adamantite Chests certainly have good loot tables with TBC items. Only regular Fel Iron have the gimped loot tables.http://www.wowhead.com/?object=181800http://www.wowhead.com/?object=181802
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