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is a human town[1] located slightly southwest of Lordamere Lake in the Silverpine Forest. It is occupied by the forces of the Kirin Tor who are friendly​​ with the Alliance. 2,000 people inhabit the town, including soldiers and wizards from Dalaran.

Ambermill is the only human settlement in the Silverpine Forest, other than worgen-infested Pyrewood Village. Dalaran soldiers protect the inhabitants from the Forsaken and the forest’s other dangers. Ambermill is a haven for the Dalaran wizards who frequently survey the forest. The Dead Wolf Inn is known for its venison stew.[2]

Prior to the advent of the Third War, Ambermill was a relatively unimportant site in the Silverpine Forest and was mainly used for lumber harvesting, but following the rampage of the Scourge and Burning Legion through the "northlands", the rebuilding wizards of Dalaran began to form plans for the strategic use of the town. Ambermill was located atop a dormant ley line energy node, and in order to combat the Forsaken and other menaces, the Kirin Tor has attempted to reactivate the node.

Ambermill provides a safe haven for those Alliance adventurers traveling to the Tirisfal Glades and beyond. However, Ambermill is not the safest Alliance haven because the Forsaken desire to know why the Kirin Tor maintain the haven, and are just as eager to destroy it.

There are only two named NPC's in Ambermill, Archmage Ataeric, whom you must kill and loot for the quest H [22] The Weaver and Dalaran Spellscribe, a rare spawn who drops Cat Carrier (Black Tabby).

It also contains a lumber mill that has no saw.

In World of Warcraft: Cataclysm

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm This section concerns content exclusive to Cataclysm.

In Cataclysm, Ambermill will be taken by the Forsaken as a part of a chain quest, its inhabitants and the magi are risen as Forsaken after the event.


  1. ^ Lands of Conflict, pg. 102, 104.
  2. ^ Lands of Conflict, pg. 104.