Krasarang Wilds Quests - Part 2 - Page 2

Posted Mon, Jul 30, 2012 by Messiah

Krasarang River / Crane Wing Refuge / Red Crane Temple

This little area on the way to meet Dezco is where you will finally meet up with Koro Mistwalker for the Into the Wilds quest that you initially headed west for. This area is really the Crane Wing Refuge quest hub but starts where you find Koro along the riverbank and have to escort him in.

Unsafe Passage Blinding the Riverblades
Koro Mistwalker
Krasarang River
Koro Mistwalker
Crane Wing Refuge

You have finally found Koro but there are issues. He needs help getting refuges from the Red Crane Temple to the Crean Wing Refuge nearby.

This is an escort quest where you must follow the group and fight off several attacks before making it to the Crane Wing Refuge.

There is even a part of the quest that pokes fun at the Skyrim phrase "I took an arrow to the knee", a bit of cross game humour.

The area is swarming with Saurok raiders and Koro would like you to help blind thier main raiding group by killing off thier scouts.

Find and kill at least 8 Riverblade Pathstalkers around the Crane Wing Refuge.

Tread Lightly The Murksweats
Koro Mistwalker
Crane Wing Refuge
Anduin Wrynn
Crane Wing Refuge

The jokes about old asian movies and proverbs continue unabated through these quest chains. This time with the statement that "The way is rife with danger - tread lightly, and with scrutiny." Koro then hands you a big stick called scrutiny.

Your task is to go and use the big stick to set off traps in the area from a safe distance. Find and set off 10 traps before returning to Koro.

You find an unlikely ally here at the refuge, especially being a member of the horde, the prince of Stormwind is looking to lend a hand.

He needs venom from the murkscale striker snakes in the Krasarang river to make anti-venom for the refuges that were bit while fleeing. Kill enough snakes to gather 6 heads before returning. The snakes will not leave the water so you have to jump on it.

Ahead on the Way Striking the Rain
Koro Mistwalker
Crane Wing Refuge
Koro Mistwalker
Crane Wing Refuge

This quest starts with another really bad pun or a proverb: "She who mends torn umbrella will be more dry than she who strikes at rain."

Koro wants you to strike at the source of the issue and take our the Maws of Despair at each of the two pagodas at the Temple of the Red Crane.

They can be found in each of the eastern and western pagodas, right at the top.

As well as striking at the source, Koro says sometimes it is just as fun to strike at the rain. Therefore he would like you to take out at least 18 of the Haunts of Despair at the Temple of the Red Crane.

There are several different kinds ranging from small easy to kill, to medium difficult to kill, to darn right dangerous elites. Make sure you pick on ones you can deal with, and kill them near the objectives of the next quest.

Sha Can Awe In the House of the Red Crane
Anduin Wrynn
Crane Wing Refuge
Anduin Wrynn
Red Crane Temple

Anduin wants your help getting the Monks and Acolytes of the Temple to fight back. They have been overwhelmed with by the Sha of Despair.

He wants you to inspire them by killing haunts of despair by them. Complete this quest at the same time as the previous "Striking the Rain" quest by draging the haunts near the monks or acolytes. When the sha dies you will flash inspiration around yourself and if a monk is in range they will be inspired.

Having defeated the minions of the Sha of Despair Anduin feels it is time to venture into the Temple of the Red Crane and confront the Sha of Despair itself.

You can find the Sha of Despair in the basement of the temple. Be warned it is a difficult fight to solo, and while it can be done it might be easier to find someone else on the same quest.

 
Red Crane
Red Crane Temple

This isn't a quest, but I wanted to show you the Red Crane spirit that you save by completing the quests here. You also get an achievement for saving the area.

The Red Crane goes on to explain a bit about the Sha and how your fight has only just started. It is now time to continue your trek west to meet up with Kor.

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