Patch 8.3 PTR Recap


Patch 8.3 PTR - Worgen Heritage Armor Quest Preview
The quest chain to receive the Worgen heritage armor is now available for testing on the 8.3 PTR for max level worgen players exalted with Gilneas. The quest chain starts from Courier Claridge outside the Stormwind Embassy. Spoilers below.

  • The chain starts with "Shadow of Gilneas." Tess says that she has asked her parents to speak with her about the future of Gilneas, and wants you to meet her in the gardens of Stormwind Keep.
  • You arrive just in time to see Genn forbidding a request Tess has just asked of them. She responds by saying that if she is to one day lead her people, then she must understand their hardship and it is the only way.
  • It is then made clear that Tess has asked her parents to give her the Worgen curse so that she can understand her people. She gives the ultimatum that she will have you do it for her if her parents don't oblige, and Genn responds by saying that she knows not what she is asking for, being forever torn between rage and reason, fearing for loved ones anytime they are near. Mia intervenes, saying that the Worgen curse cannot be undone, but there might be another way to gain the understanding she seeks.
  • Mia gives you the quest "Into Duskwood", saying that she met a night elf in Teldrassil, Vassandra Stormclaw, who might be able to help Tess without resorting to an extreme measure. This is the same night elf that originally helped the worgen deal with their affliction. She asks you to seek her out in Duskwood.
  • When you arrive, Vassandra is busy explaining to Tess that Goldrinn's curse is dangerous. She says if her words alone do not suffice, then she knows another path to wisdom.
  • You then receive "Bane of the Nightbane", which tasks you to subdue a feral worgen named Bloodeyes. Upon finding the mound and placing some meat to lure her, you use a sedative and drag her back to Vassandra, who explains that the Worgen curse affects some worse than others. She then explains that she sent Tess on a task that she has yet to return from.
  • You then receive the quests "The Spirit of the Hunter" and "Cry to the Moon" in which Vassandra says she might be able to summon the spirit of Goldrinn to give Tess a taste of what she craves, but she needs bloodstained fangs from the leader of the pack at Manor Mistmantle, and a rare bloom called Elune's Grace from the east side of Duskwood.
  • You bring the items to Vassandra and Tess at the Twilight Grove, and then receive "Waking a Dreamer." You protect Vassandra as she summons Goldrinn. He appears and places Tess's essence into a section of the Emerald Dream he has twisted into her thoughts. He then requests that you enter the dream and help guide her with the quest "Let Sleeping Wolves Lie".
  • One inside, you begin a scenario that takes place on the day Gilneas fell. You wake Tess up, who is a Worgen in this Emerald Dream vision, and are tasked with clearing out the Forsaken and slaying Dark Ranger Thyala. You then pursue Nathanos's scent but fall into a trap and have to take out several phantasmal guards as Nathanos keeps fleeing. You then finally get to fight and kill vision Nathanos, but Tess is losing control and runs off. Vassandra shouts for you to chase after her.
  • You chase her down as she mows down Forsaken to find Sylvanas killing Liam while fighting Genn. As Slyvanas leaves, an essence of rage erupts from the rabid Tess and you must kill it to free her from her madness. She then learns that all the rage and fury of the Worgen curse was still not enough to save her brother, and in the end she became nothing more than a rabid beast lost in rage. She learns that her people are not defined by the curse, but that they have held on to who they are in spite of it. She then asks Goldrinn to end the vision and you leave via portal.
  • Tess wants to speak to her father, and gives you the quest "The New Guard" before returning to Stormwind Keep. Upon arriving, Tess explains to her parents that she was mistaken and that her people are not merely Worgen, but Gilnean. She then inducts you into the Greyguard and gives you the Heritage of Gilneas, which has a jacket version or a robe version.



This article was originally published in forum thread: Patch 8.3 PTR - Worgen Heritage Armor Quest Preview started by chaud View original post
Comments 49 Comments
  1. Lockport's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by korijenkins View Post
    This set is utterly horrific and a complete failure. It's clear they didn't give a single shit when making it, which I suppose is par for the course with BFA.
    I imagine it's exhausting being so utterly negative all the time.
  1. Kilz's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Lockport View Post
    I imagine it's exhausting being so utterly negative all the time.
    Come off your high horse. It's clear that this set doesn't have the same quality as other sets. Heritage armor is supposed to be much higher quality than normal sets because they only have to fit them to 1 race. This set could easily just be leveling greens for all races.
  1. Ealyssa's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Gratlim View Post
    Can you hide chest as well?? I remember they would not let you transmog the invisible green chest because reasons before.
    If I said everything outside pants and weapons, it's because it's everything outside pants and weapons...
  1. Wallmaker Yahzarah's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Lurker1 View Post
    Very cool looking armor i would say!
    really...?
  1. Razorice's Avatar
    Heritage armour was not worth the wait.
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  1. Biz's Avatar
    All I can think of is those fat neckbeards who tip their fedoras and go on about enlightenment and intellectualism like they are at all experienced in either.

    Still, it's definitely the Gilnean look- beasts in human skin trying to act like they're civil- how adorable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razorice View Post
    Heritage armour was not worth the wait.
    Not for Worgen anyway. R.I.P furries, on the upside, if you go horde you'll get a much sweeter version of your worgo.
  1. nubzaii313's Avatar
    Heritage armor is not worth re-subbing
  1. ABK Morgan's Avatar
    Thought i would have to get on and level my Goblin and Worgen to 120 for the sets, that's turned out to be a no. The Rocket on the goblins shoulder is a nice touch, the rest is boring, and this Worgen set...

    Is it just me, or does the gold disappoint ? Too similar to the Kul Tiran, was hoping for something similar to Genns cloths in game, not a rip off of the Kul Tirans set.

    The two heritage sets so far that i honestly wouldn't mind not having.

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