Look! Up in the Sky!

After Kil’jaeden is defeated, Illidan uses a magic crystal to open a portal between the worlds so that they (and, presumably, we) could get back home. But, what’s that saying? A door swings both ways, I blieve?  While we could see Azeroth from over Argus … we can see Argus from here!

Initially, only those that brought down KJ in raid could see it, but this Tuesday, they opened the final wing of The Tomb to use LFR-ers (uh, “Raid Finder”, they say over at Blizz).  And on that magical day, Argus appeared everywhere.  Except for Northrend!Dalaran.

Be warned! Lots of pics and a video below!

The old capitals had a good view.


But, sadly, Exodar missed out again.


Kaz Modan …

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… and Kalimdor …


Sometimes it showed in the most unusual and interesting ways …


And while I couldn’t see it from Northrend!Dalaran, other places in Northrend had a good view.

Borean Tundra

Even Pandaria had a good view, now that the mists have cleared.


And, in case you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the cinematic that explains this little bit of fel candy in our skies.

Posted on August 11, 2017, in Lore, Spoiler Alert and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. What a cool tour! The screenshot or Argus in the sea is gorgeous.

    It fits some zones better than others, I think – I hate it in Moonglade! But that’s my old time favorite place too so…

    Thanks for sharing, it was great to see how it looks around the world(s) 🙂


    • Glad you like! I just had this question as to where it might be visible from so I had to find out 🙂

      Kinda annoyed at myself for not getting a couple of pics from the Plaguelands and Arathi, which would have shown it off pretty well. But the kegs been tapped, so might as well enjoy the ale, as me pappy would say!

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      • No doubt, I did enjoy it 🙂

        Yeah, good idea with such a tour!

        Aww, hah, well if the kegs been tapped, then what are you gonna do, right! I’m sure it will be around for a while though, so plenty of opportunities for a visit to Plaguelands and Arathi along the way. 🙂


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