Hemet Nesingwary Found in Dragonflight
18.07.2022 um 02:15
On the first alpha build of Dragonflight, we were able to explore the Azure Span, the ancient home of the Blue Dragonflight and the third leveling zone players go through. On our adventures in the zone, we found an old friend of ours, and we detail our encounter with them in this post!
The friend in question is none other than Hemet Nesingwary, the famous Hunter that has shown up in almost every WoW expansion! Nesingwary was last seen in the Battle for Azeroth expansion, where Horde characters interact with him on a questline involving participating on the Great Hunt, a hunting competition promoted by the Zandalari Trolls.
In Dragonflight, Nesingwary can be seen roaming the roads of the Azure Span. However, he's not there to hunt for sport - He is retired and accompanying the Dragonscale Expedition, running a gig as a wagon driver. Players can hop on his wagon and take a scenic route through the Azure Span!
You didn't think retirement would keep me out of the game, did you?
My eyes aren't what they used to be, and my hands are certainly less steady... but they can hold these reins!
This whole Dragonscale Expedition is quite the operation, and I've a mind to do my part!
As for the Azure Span, well... It reminds me of some of the best places I've explored!
> So you're not here to hunt?
I've bagged enough trophies to last me ten lifetimes! Take Tiny and Junior here... Sure, I could put their heads on a wall as easy as pulling a pint of Dun Morogh stout, but it'd make my job as a wagon driver significantly harder!
I suppose that makes me something of a conservationist!
Nesingwary's wagon does stop at several Flight Point spots across the zone, with each point giving one (or multiple) Nesingwary hunting quests. Only this time, he's not hunting for sport, but hunting creatures that are being nuisances to the zone or that otherwise need to be put down, such as a gnoll torturing wild animals, a mammoth so old and in pain he's blindly crashing around, or an ice giant mutilating the fauna of the zone.
Once stopping on a location, Nesingwary offers its specific quest stays there for around 7 minutes before moving on to the next one. He does the most stops in Camp Antonidas, as the camp is located in the center of the Azure Span. Because of the way Nesingwary does his patrol, the best spot to wait for him is by Camp Antonidas.
Nesingwary moves from Camp Antonidas to Camp Nowhere, then heads back to Camp Antonidas.
He then moves to Iskaara, and once again back to Camp Antonidas.
On the last leg of his patrol, Nesingary goes to Rhonin's Shield, later stopping at Theron's Watch, then returns to Camp Antonidas.
At each stop, Nesingwary offers a quest to get rid of a predator threatening the area.
Camp Antonidas: Old Stonetusk, A Shadow In The Ice
Camp Nowhere: Hunting the Huntmaster
Iskaara: Protect And Herd
Theron's Watch: The Face of Death
Ronin's Shield: Pruning The Pack
I have a grim task for you, <player>. Not every kill is a measure of skill. Some are measures of kindness.
There's an old bull mammoth wandering the forest east of Camp Antonidas. I saw him from a distance awhile back, and I hear his sad trumpeting every so often. Clearly he's in great pain.
He's started crashing blindly through the undergrowth, and I'm worried he's becoming a danger to others.
It'd make my old heart glad if you put a fellow weary soul to rest. Bring me his tusk so we can honor him.
I've heard whispers while passing through Camp Antonidas. Talk of mutilated fauna being found across the icy steppes. Some nothing more than bloody splatters.
Whatever it is, it's got the mages scared and made the local wildlife scarce.
Poke around the top of the glacier. If I was a betting dwarf, I'd say that's where any apex predator worth its salt would stake its claim.
Bring me a piece of it so we can sooth the Kirin Tor.
I heard from one of the guards in Camp Nowhere that there's a nasty piece of work mutilating the local wildlife. Calls itself a 'huntmaster'.
Hunting is one thing, but I can't abide torturing any living thing.
Besides, my wagon could use a good luck charm.
<Nesingwary spits over the side.>
Bring me back its paw.
I was talking with some hunters out of Iskaara the other day, and they mentioned finding a grisly scene.
Apparently, a particularly murderous rhino, Bloodhorn, has been goring the smaller bruffalon in the area.
The bruffalon have enough competition in Azure Span without worrying about getting their herds thinned out by an invasive brute from out of town!
Bring me his horn. I'd like to make a good impression on our Tuskarr friends!
Tell me, friend. Have you ever seen the face of death?
<Nesingwary pauses for dramatic effect.>
What am I saying? Of course you have.
Death, after all, has many faces.
I've heard tell from the Imbu tuskarr that one of its faces lives up in these hills. To even say its name is to invite a violent, frigid death:
<Nesingwary looks around warily.>
Well, now you have to hunt it--for my sake at least!
<Nesingwary gestures to the side of the path.>
See those imprints in the snow?
Something must of riled them up to hunt this close to the road. See if you can't hunt down their pack leader. We don't want them to start ambushing travellers!
If he's a particularly mean brute, collect his head. That should dissuade the others.
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