Elwynn Forest, aka the Forest of Elwynn or simply Elwynn, is a vast woodland of stately hardwoods nestled just below the foothills of the Burning Steppes to the north. To the west are the dry prairie fields of Westfall.
Location: Azeroth (continent)
Inhabitant's races/creatures: Gnome, Human, Kobold, High Elf, MORE
Leader: Marshal Dughan
Where is Elwynn Forest?
The idyllic Redridge Mountains lie to the east, and to the south, across the Jerod's Landing is where Duskwood is located. It is the heartland of the human Kingdom of Stormwind and consequently is the starting point of all human characters. Elwynn is a gorgeous span of fertile land and thick forests.
How do I get to Elwynn Forest from Stormwind?
Eastern Kingdoms. From Dun Morogh, go to the Tinker Town in Ironforge, then take the Deeprun Tram to Stormwind City. From Elwynn Forest, go to the Dwarven District in Stormwind City, then take the Deeprun Tram to Ironforge. From Silverpine Forest, go north or swim across Lordamere Lake from Dalaran.
How do I get to the Elwynn Forest horde?
From the Undercity or Tirisfal Glades, go to the Ruins of Lordaeron. Head west from the central courtyard to find the Orb of Translocation. From Stranglethorn Vale, go north to Duskwood, then go north again. From the Undercity, go to Silverpine to Hillsbrad to Arathi to Wetlands to Loch Modan, then go west.
Elwynn lies below the southern foothills of Blackrock Mountain. The Forest is a labyrinthine mixture of rushing rivers, various lakes, and forests of magnificent trees and lush glades. Its rich farmland is a result of frequent rains. Recently several of the lakes have been found to be inhabited by hostile murlocs. Stormwind City itself sits proudly in the northwestern hills of the region, its gates opening down onto the Forest. East of Stormwind and behind a thick wall lies the peaceful Northshire Valley and its Abbey. Northshire was the pride of Stormwind's vineyards until recently, when Defias bandits drove off the farmers and occupied the farm and fields.After the Shattering, Northshire was no longer peaceful and now infested with goblin assassins and Blackrockorcs. The formerly infested mine of kobolds has been closed up due to old threat.
Bears, wolves, spiders and boars constitute the bulk of the region's large wildlife. The creatures are hostile everywhere except for Northshire. The roads leading from Stormwind and Northshire converge to the southeast just north of Goldshire. Goldshire is Elwynn's largest settlement besides Stormwind itself. Second to Goldshire is the Eastvale Logging Camp in the east near the border with Redridge Mountains. Eastvale is the center of Elwynn's lumber industry. On the road from Goldshire to Eastvale is the Tower of Azora where mages conduct arcane experiments in seclusion. On the road to Westfall from Goldshire is the imposing Westbrook Garrison. This barracks and surrounding grounds house a number of the Stormwind Guard, and protects Elwynn's western border. Dotted throughout the forest are small farmsteads growing crops such as wheat, pumpkins, melons and grapes.
Kobolds infested the Jasperlode Mine and Fargodeep Mine. Gnolls have erected camps in the Forest's Edge region and the northern rim of Stone Cairn Lake. It is rumored that both the kobolds and gnolls are somehow associated with the Defias Brotherhood. Murlocs have taken up residence in and around Stone Cairn Lake and Crystal Lake. Defias presence in the region has been growing and their people have holdings at Mirror Lake Orchard, Northshire Vineyards, the Brackwell Pumpkin Patch, Jerod's Landing and Stone Cairn Lake.
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|Zone Name||Faction||Level Range||Direction||Access|
|Duskwood||20 - 60||South||By east bridge, swimming south across the Nazferiti River, or flight path.|
|Redridge Mountains||15 - 60||East||By foot or by flight path.|
|Westfall||10 - 60||Southwest||By west bridge, swimming west across the Nazferiti River, or flight path.|
|Darkmoon Island||-||Inside||By taking the portal in Goldshire when the Darkmoon Faire is up.|