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Objectives (Pre-Burning Crusade) Edit
Objectives (Burning Crusade) Edit
Details (Pre-Burning Crusade) Edit
Rexxar wanders the road from Feralas to Stonetalon Peak, except he cuts north from the area with the demons and goes through the Kodo Graveyard, before taking the road north out of there (or south into there). He also wanders slightly into Stonetalon Peak and Feralas (as far as The Twin Colossals in Feralas) so if you're having no luck finding him, search a little into both zones.
Details (Burning Crusade) Edit
Rexxar was moved from his patrol area to the Thunderlord Stronghold in the Blade's Edge Mountains of northern Outland. He has been replaced by an orc named Rokaro, who resides at Shadowprey Village. He does not patrol as Rexxar did, and thus is easy to find.
Description (Pre-Burning Crusade) Edit
I have received word from one of my champions that a way into the lair of the dragon may exist. You are to seek him out.
Description (Burning Crusade) Edit
Rexxar, one of my most loyal champions, has discovered a way into the lair of the dragon. However he has left Azeroth to join our expedition into Outland.
Keep at it, <name>.
Completion (Pre-Burning Crusade) Edit
There is but one way into the dragon's lair, <race>.
You see, only the strongest of the Black Dragonflight are allowed entry into the lair of the brood mother. Many trials must be passed and the key to enter ceremoniously enchanted by General Drakkisath himself!
Since you are not of black dragonkin, you may have some difficulty in obtaining passage.
Completion (Post-Burning Crusade) Edit
There's only one way you'll be getting into the dragon's lair. Unless, of course, you happen to be an honored member of the Black Dragonflight.
Even then, you'd have to pass many trials and then have the key enchanted by General Drakkisath himself.
But aren't you lucky? That's where I come in.
This quest was a part of the Onyxia's Lair attunement chain.