- Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of the Windseeker
- Item Level
- Binds when picked up
- Speed 1.90
- 36 - 68 Damage
- (27.59 damage per second)
- +3 Agility
+5 Fire Resistance
+6 Nature Resistance
- Durability 130 / 130
- Requires level 60
- Chance on hit: Blasts your enemy with lightning, dealing 209 Nature damage and then jumping to additional nearby enemies. Each jump reduces that victim's Nature resistance by 17. Affects 5 targets. Your primary target is also consumed by a cyclone, slowing its attack speed by 20% for 12 sec.
- Sell Price: 12 31 40
Ragnaros the Firelord, and his lieutenants Garr and Baron Geddon, defeated Thunderaan, Prince of Air, during the war following the First Age of Creation. Ragnaros was unable to fully destroy Thunderaan’s essence, so he forced what little remained into a talisman of elemental binding and shattered it. He gave the two halves to his lieutenants. Ages passed, and somehow the talisman halves found their way into the hands of Highlord Demitrian, a follower of Thunderaan. He recombined the talisman but was unable to release his master. Instead, he did the best he could: He crafted a blade to serve as a vessel for his master’s essence.
Thunderfury is a vicious sword, crafted from elementium and containing a crackling electrical core that might be all that remains of Prince Thunderaan. The hilt is unusually long, wrapped in black dragon hide, and studded with small spikes of black dragon bone. ( )
The quest chain begins when you loot the Left or the Right half of the , which drop off Baron Geddon and Garr respectively, in Molten Core. Upon looting either of these, you must travel to Silithus and talk with Highlord Demitrian. He will give you the which starts the quest chain.
The next quest requires you to present the following items to Demitrian:
- both left and right halves of the
- - a 100% drop, assuming one has the quest, from Ragnaros, final boss of Molten Core
- 10x - each bar requires 1 (from Blackwing Lair), 1 , 10 , and 3 .
Bring a raid with you when you return with the required items to Demitrian because he will summon Thunderaan, who promptly attacks you. Upon defeating Thunderaan, you receive a . Deliver this to (the now rather cowed) Highlord, and he will make Thunderfury for you.
- Patch 2.0.10 (2007-03-06): The threat generated from the proc has been substantially reduced. The threat generation from a proc of Thunderfury was previously equivalent to that of approximately one application of from a lvl 60 warrior.
- The warrior ability offers the same 20% slow and will overwrite the Thunderfury rebuff. The secondary nature resistance reduction debuff that is applied to the targets does not break crowd control effects, this generates approximately half an application of from a lvl 60 warrior.[[[WoWWiki:Citation|<span style="border-bottom:1px dotted gray;cursor:help;" title="It's not clear if the nature resistance rebuff matters after Mists of Pandaria.">citation needed</span>]]]
- Thunderfury still saw use in the Burning Crusade era, but has been easily outdated by current weapons. It is now considered a collector's item at best.
- Wowhead's info seems to be incorrect (doesn't match official Armory) as of Patch 4.0.6a.
- "Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of the Windseeker" is a constantly used term as a conversation starter in trade chat. It is seen as annoying to most players as the term is more than often spammed.
- A sword of the same name exists in Diablo III. The description implies that the two Thunderfuries are the same sword, in fact, and that it somehow travelled between universes before ending up in Diablo's world of Sanctuary.
Patch changes Edit
- Patch 6.0.2 (14-October-2014): Lots of stats reduced by stat squish.
- / Patch 4.0.1 (12-Oct-2010): Item stats changed. +16-30 nature damage removed, physical damage increased from 44-115 to 82-153.
- Patch 3.1.1 (2009-04-21): The quest can be started by any class.
- Patch 3.0.8 (2009-01-20): The quest can be started by Death Knights.
- Patch 2.0.10 (2007-03-06): The threat generated from the proc has been substantially reduced. The threat generation from a proc of Thunderfury was previously equivalent to that of approximately one application of Sunder Armor from a lvl 60 warrior.
- Patch 1.12.0 (22-Aug-2006): Thunderfury may be equipped in either hand.
- Patch 1.8.0 (10-Oct-2005): The Thunderfury effect's spell damage will no longer be increased by other item effects.
- Patch 1.6.0 (12-Jul-2005): Added.
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