Dalaran (also called Dalaran City or the City of Dalaran and pronounced DAHL-uh-RAWN) is the capital of the magocratic nation of the same name, located over the Crystalsong Forest in Northrend during the time of the War against the Lich King, and later near the shores of the Broken Isles during the renewed Legion invasion.
Originally located by the Lordamere Lake on the Alterac Mountains shore in the Eastern Kingdoms, the city was moved to the "roof of the world" by the guided power of all its inhabitants. This was done in order to use Dalaran as a front against Malygos's crusade to eradicate the mortal magi who were not under his reign. Additionally, the magi intended to do what they could against the dread undead forces of the Lich King. Some time later, Dalaran was set in motion and flied high above the seas, as seen during the purges, until it finally stopped near the shores of the Broken Isles to serve as a focal point to counter the Burning Legion's invasion.
The city's inner fortress has served as the focal point for magi and the study of the arcane throughout human history.
Possibly so it doesn't become the one hub for absolutely everything. It already has the most out of any city ever in it so I'm fine with it not having one thing.
This way SW/Org and the other cities still get some use outside of lv1-99's :p
If there were everything in Dalaran there would be absolutely nobody in any other part of the world..
its the main reason for anyone to be in and around main cities..like go to SW, look around the place
The Park - empty
The Keep - empty
The Dwarven District - empty
The Old District - empty
only place with people is auctionhouse and bank.,, maybe the training area for numbercrunching and justice/honor sets.
I want know why blizzard don't put.
Is reason new zone have AH. Make all old zones empty, really?
- TBC have zone AH
- WOTLK same TBC
- Cata was all normal AH in races's city
- MOP first time don't have AH in Vale of Eternal Blossoms. Only Engineers
- WoD had AH in Ashran. (Again empty old zones?)
- Legion new Dalaran don't have AH like MOP.
Auctions are a great tool for finding items you might need. These items can get expensive, so be prepared when locating and pricing items at auctions. Auctions are also a convenient means of getting rid of excess inventory one might not be able use due to level or class restrictions, or products that you make using your professions. The game is set up so that some players get items they don't need while others who do need the items will find them difficult to obtain. An example of this is cloth since every player will get more cloth than they'll use for first aid, but tailors need a constant supply. So the auction house is designed to be an integral part of the game. Auction house prices reflect, as well as directly influence, the inflation ratio of the economy.
Whether buying or selling, your most important resource is information. For buyers, you need to know whether the price for an item is a bargain you can't pass up or a rip-off you should stay away from. For sellers, you need to set a price low enough for the item to sell quickly, but no lower than that.
What you can find out directly from the auction house is the current supply of an item and an idea of its 'going rate'. Unfortunately, the action house does not display what the item was selling for in the past, so if no items are currently on sale the going rate is more difficult to estimate. If there are few auctions for a specific item, try looking up similar items as well to get a clearer picture.
What you can't find out directly from the auction house is what is the current demand for an item. For example, you may have an item to sell and, seeing that the going rate based on 4 players having the same item for sale for 5000g, you put the item on sale for 4900g feeling confident that you've undercut the competition. The problem is that just because there are five people trying to sell the item for 5000g doesn't mean there are any people willing to buy the item for 5000g, as you may discover when the item comes back to you 48 hours later. The vast majority of auctions are unsuccessful, so finding the best price which will get your item sold in a reasonable time can be very tricky.
Ideally, you'd check the item every hour for a week to get a complete picture of the current market on your realm, but that's not really practical. But third party web-sites and apps have appeared which do just that. See the External links section below for a list of some of these tools.