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Alliance 32 C'Thun's Legacy
StartEye of C'Thun
Requires Level 59
CategoryHellfire Peninsula
Experience40-500 XP
or  at Level 100
ReputationWildhammer +100-500
Rewards[Stoneskin Totem] or [Earth Totem]
123Gold 45Silver 67Copper
PreviousYour Place In The World
NextScarab Shells
Icon-information-22x22To add in an example of what your template will look like when called, create a sub-page from the template. See Template:Questbox/code as reference. Add in an example of your code by creating a sub-page from the template. Then include it, like below.

Use this space to describe what your template does, and an example of where it could be used.

 | name = C'Thun's Legacy
 | faction = Alliance
 | level = 60
 | levelreq = 59
 | type = Elite
 | category = Hellfire Peninsula
 | start = [[Eye of C'Thun]]
 | end = [[Caelestrasz]]
 | reputation = [[Wildhammer]] +100-500
 | experience = 40-500
 | rewards = {{loot|common|Stoneskin Totem}} or {{loot|common|Earth Totem}}
 | money = {{Cost|123|45|67}}
 | repeatable = Yes
 | previous = {{quest|Your Place In The World}}
 | next = {{quest|Scarab Shells}}
 | id = 788
Icon-information-22x22Now add in what each argument of the template does, and make sure you head it as appropriate.

Important Fields Edit

The name of the quest. Defaults to "Untitled".
"Alliance", "Horde", or "Neutral". Denotes which faction is eligible for the quest, or both. Defaults to "Neutral".
The NPC, item, or object responsible for initiating the quest. Braces required. Defaults to "Unknown".
The NPC, item, or object responsible for ending the quest. Braces required. Defaults to the value of start.
The difficulty level of the quest, exposed by the quest API or an quest viewer add-on. Defaults to "1".
The minimum level required to accept the quest. Datamined from Thottbot. Defaults to "1".
A list of linked items rewarded by the quest. Written in English, e.g. [Reward A] or [Reward B], and [Reward C].

Recommended, but Optional Edit

The amount of experience gained from completing the quest.
The quest required to be completed before starting the current quest. Written using {{quest|<quest_name>}} or similar.
The quest that follows the current quest in a series. Written using {{quest|<quest_name>}} or similar.
The internal id of the quest for Thottbot and Allakhazam (if they are the same). Helps link the quest to external databases. Don't use if you are using the optional separate IDs below: idt or ida.

Optional Edit

"Group", "Dungeon", "Raid", "PvP". Defaults to hidden.
The category under which the quest appears in the quest log (usually a class or a zone). No default value, braces not required.
The amount of reputation affected by the quest, written in the style +100 Wildhammer or -100 Undercity. Braces necessary.
The amount of experience gained from completing the quest.
The amount of money awarded by completing the quest. Use the cost template {{cost|<256>|<128>|<64>}}
Accepts "Yes". Indicates if the quest is repeatable. Defaults to hidden.
The internal id of the quest for Thottbot-only. Helps link the quest to Thottbot external database. Don't use if you are using the recommend, but optional "id" above.
The internal id of the quest for Allakhazam and Wowhead. Helps link the quest to Thottbot external database. Don't use if you are using the recommend, but optional "id" above.
Neutral 32 Untitled
Start Unknown
End Unknown
Level 1 (1)


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