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Demoniac's Threads (aka Demoniac Jewels)[1] (DF 98) is the Zandalar Tribe set for warlocks.

Source

Most Items of Demoniac's Threads can be acquired through quests given by Al'tabim the All-Seeing, who can be found on the Yojamba Isle in Stranglethorn Vale.

The quests require a given Reputation with the Zandalar Tribe and a token from a boss in Zul'Gurub.

The only exception is [Hazza'rah's Charm of Destruction], which is formed by combining a [Punctured Voodoo Doll] with Gri'lek's Blood, Renataki's Tooth, Wushoolay's Mane, and Hazza'rah's Dream Thread. While the voodoo dolls can be found in Jinxed Hoodoo Piles (which are found throughout Zul'Gurub), the rest can be found on the respective boss in the Edge of Madness, in Zul'Gurub.

Sources for Demoniac's Threads
Item Quest Token Item Reputation needed
[Zandalar Demoniac's Wraps] Paragons of Power: The Demoniac's Wraps [Primal Hakkari Stanchion] friendly
[Zandalar Demoniac's Mantle] Paragons of Power: The Demoniac's Mantle [Primal Hakkari Sash] honored
[Zandalar Demoniac's Robe] Paragons of Power: The Demoniac's Robes [Primal Hakkari Kossack] revered
[Kezan's Unstoppable Taint] Kezan's Unstoppable Taint free exalted

Images

A gnome female wearing Demoniac's Threads.


Items

Demoniac's Threads
Inv bracer 07.png
Inv jewelry necklace 26.png
Inv shoulder 17.png
Inv chest cloth 12.png
Inv jewelry necklace 19.png


Notes

See also: Set look alikes.

RPG

Warcraft RPG - may not be canon This section concerns content exclusive to the Warcraft RPG, and thus unlikely to be canon.

"It is said that the witchcraft used to empower these ghoulish accessories is similar to the dark magic employed by the Atal’ai priests of the fractured Gurubashi empire. Only the most accomplished troll priests are capable of crafting these macabre artifacts without falling under the sway of the malevolent powers they must wield to do so."[1] (DF 98)

External links

  1. ^ a b DF, 98
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