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Dazar'alor is King Rastakhan's palace in Zuldazar. The Great Seal, in its interior chamber, serves as the Horde's embassy on Zandalar and includes some portals to each major city and expansions, profession trainers, bank and guild banks, transmogifier and a mission table.

History

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With the damage caused by the Cataclysm, Rastakhan's palace tilted to the side.[1] However it, like most of the rest of the city, was rebuilt.[2]

In Battle for Azeroth

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Geography

Maps and subregions

Map of Dazar'alor and the rest of the city.

Subzones

Notable inhabitants

Main article: Dazar'alor NPCs

Travel connections

Portal room of Dazar'alor.

Portals

Boats

Media

Images

Notes

  • In the Battle for Azeroth beta, there was an Unknown Device in Dazar'alor that served as a portal to the Chamber of Heart. It dated back further than the Zandalari knew.[3][4] It was removed during beta.

Speculation

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  • It is likely that Dazar'alor translates to "Dazar's temple", with Dazar referring to the first king of the Zandalari, and with the Zandali word "Alor" possibly meaning temple or altar.

Patch changes

References

  1. ^ Waterlogged Zandalari Journal
  2. ^ Quest:The Word of Zul: Dockmaster Cobo says: He was wrong. Oh there was damage, but Zul fled, with our fleet, and started a few wars. Those of us who stayed, endured. We rebuilt. Because THAT is what it means to be a Zandalari.
  3. ^ Quest:Speaker of the Horde
  4. ^ Quest:The Heart of Azeroth (Horde)

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