Not much is known about the mysterious region in Northrend known as The Storm Peaks, and the facts that are known about it just adds to the area's mystique. Players who want to find out more about the Wrath of the Lich King The Storm Peaks zone will be frustrated by the lack of information about it. However, I hope to help you with that in this article. Hopefully, my take on the zone and the things I have found out about it will help you glean a better understanding of the area to prepare you once you have the World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King in your possession. This article will focus on the area's mystifying past, and the general description of the land.
A Shady Past:
There is an air of secrecy that surrounds the Storm Peaks’ past. According to legend, the Titans themselves once lived in the Storm Peaks. They created Storm Peak's Capital, Ulduar. It has been suggested that the powerful Storm Giants, Dwarves, and Troggs originated from the Storm Peaks as well. The sudden vanishing of the Titans just added to the Wrath of the Lich King The Storm Peaks zone's allure and mystery. Now, only the stone giants and other ferocious creatures such as Magnataurs and Wendigos live in the Storm Peaks. The Stone Giants are very private, while there is no talking to the wild beasts. Thus, learning more about the Storm Peaks becomes more difficult.
A Forbidding Land:
Perhaps one of the reasons why not a lot of things have been found out about the Storm Peaks is because of its location. Although one might think that the Storm Peaks are mountains, they are in fact, cliffs. To reach them, one would have to contend with several forces of nature. One is the treacherous and rocky path towards the Storm Peaks. On your way there, you would also be struck by the fierce wind. In fact, the winds at the the Wrath of the Lich King The Storm Peaks zone are so strong, they have been known to throw people off the cliffs. Another danger that you can do nothing about is the sunlight that glares off of the ice that covers the cliff. This blinds travelers, making them slip and fall to their death. Weather in the Storm Peaks only serves to worsen the situation. If you travel there in sunlight, you're bound to be blinded by the snow's glare. In rainy weather, the paths are slick and you might fall off. Add to all that the creatures that are far from neutral or friendly, such as the wendigo, the storm giant's golems, and the magnataurs.
So if you want to travel to the Wrath of the Lich King The Storm Peaks zone, make sure to watch your step all the time. Practice caution because it might mean life and death for you!
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