The blade itselfEdit
The hunt for the elusive Assassin's Blade has been on since before the Wrath of the Lich King release. The blade being highly sought after by lvl 19 Twink Rogues can only be found in Shadowfang Keep and drops from any of the lvl 19 to lvl 21 mobs in the instance, but has a very, very low drop chance.
Quest for the BladeEdit
From what Ghostlands historians have managed to piece together is that Fenza did in fact try to find the dagger with his main character, but has pretty much given up on it dropping. On his own account, Fenza has run through Shadowfang Keep numerous times before giving up.
Wanted: Assassin's BladeEdit
The Quest for the Blade has taken on mythical proportions among Alliance trade chat dwellers. Fenza has put a bounty on anyone carrying the elusive blade, with initial money offerings in excess of 500 gold. The highest recorded offering made by Fenza himself has been 2500 gold, leading to a rise in fortune finders trying to farm the weapon inside Shadowfang Keep. As an average geared lvl 80 player can fight his way through all the mobs of the Keep within 20 minutes, players have been known to farm for one to two hours for the weapon before giving up -for the day-. Resetting the instance after each run.
WTS: Assassin's BladeEdit
As Fenza's daily begging for the Blade increased over the following months, more and more players became annoyed with the endless flooding of requests for the Blade. Which lead to people (threathening to) put the little Twink on ignore. As could be expected, players ended up making fun of Fenza, or anyone on the mad quest to get a lot of cash by finding this 'little treasure'.
Players have so far responded in various ways, including and not limited to:
- Linking the weapon with the message: "Omg Assassin's Blade dropped, but I vendored it.", usually said after Fenza asked for the blade, leading to much hilarity on general and trade chat. Whether the statement is actually true in some cases is unknown.
- Offering the blade up on trade chat when Fenza is not around.
- Doing this still leads to a massive flood of /whispers from people who want to buy the weapon cheap and sell it at a high price to Fenza, even though the twink himself has not been spotted for a long while now on trade channel.
- People claiming to have hit, but holding onto it for their twink Hunter.
The current status of the Quest for the Blade is unknown at this point. Fenza has not been seen on trade chat for a while now. Those who are unfamiliar with the player behind Fenza do not know who is the main player, so contacting Fenza through his main character on this matter is problematic at best.