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1-17-2011 @ 2:07PM
Definately NOT only accessible by flying. I saw this with my Tauren Paladin at about level 10, trying to make my way from Mulgore into Stonetalon. There is a ramp up from Mulgore that connects to this.
1-17-2011 @ 2:19PM
yeah, its at the top of "stonetalon pass" a path presumably leading to stonetalon but which one can take to desolace as well. a fact i mistakenly discovered on my level 9 tauren yesterday. there weren't any battles on at the time tho, only some 85 hunter killing everything that moves
1-17-2011 @ 5:30PM
Correct. I was able to find this before you could fly in Azeroth. If you are doing the Tauren quests you will notice a pathway winding its way to the top, just north east of thunderbluff on the way to the clan that tried to attack Baine Bloodhoof.Also, this is a great way for low level pallies and other classes with slowfall/levitate abilities to move to the "counties" of stonetalon to the north and Desolace to the west.
1-17-2011 @ 5:48PM
I forgot to add, on the way up this path, you will also notice the "old rock" Do you remember seeing the rock in the old days with the drawings on it? It's up there now. It has a drawing of a horse and a cow and some cow hooves on it. google teh images of "mulgore rock painting" to see them.
1-18-2011 @ 3:05AM
You don't actually need any slow/levitate spells -- you can safely get to Malaka'jin without taking any falling damage at all, you just won't be able to go back the same way.
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