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Ode To The Tundrastriders Lorebook

Collection: Poetry and Song
Location(s): Alik’r Desert, Eastmarch, Malabal Tor
Alik’r Desert
Location Notes: Found around west central part of Alik’r Desert, near Lesser Circle group enemy POI (west of Tu’whacca’s Throne).
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Loc 2: Found near some coyotes and what seems to be a destroyed caravan south of Lesser Circle POI.

Loc 3: Inside Badwater mine. Entrance to the mine is in the southern cliff of Sentinel. Screenshot above shows the map location of the entrance to the mine.

Loc 3: Inside the mine you will find the book on one of the barrels.

Alik'r Desert map

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Eastmarch map

Malabal Tor
Location Notes: This lorebook is located in Jathsogur (Ruins POI), southeastern Malabal Tor.
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Loc.1 – Inside the Silvenar’s Prison. You might need the quest The Prisoner of Jathsogur in order to enter this part of settlement.

Loc.1 – On top of one of the tables.

Malabal Tor map

Lorebook text

O mighty tundrastrider!

How you and your mighty tusked beast silhouette against the great orange expanse.

Thundering footsteps herald your herd. Man and beast blazing trail together.

One in nature, each relying upon the other, more than just man and beast, but equals who need one another to survive.

How I long to run across the tundra in their mighty wake.

That would truly be my greatest honor.

The morning would be spent gathering dyes to paint our mammoths and then carve the fiercest images into their tusks.

Then it would be time for the skeever hunt. Our clubs would rain down upon the rat pests smashing the life out of them.

In the evening we could sit around the campfire and I would regale those nearby with songs of their majesty and grace.

They would let me sample some of the mammoth’s cheese. A food so foul yet with healing properties so great.

We’d snack on the roasted skeever we’d freshly caught that day before, lying under the stars to sleep.

I’d slowly fade to dream nested in the radiating heat of mammoth fur, its cold-resisting properties keeping me snug.

What a grand time we would have.


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