The Great Lift[32, 22]
Longrunner ends  , and Moonhorn starts  ; both will attack Alliance players on sight. Most Alliance players who are high-level enough to survive in the southern Barrens have no need to kill either NPC — once an Alliance player steps onto either elevator platform, they will stop attacking. Unlike other elevators, this pair is synchronized: when one reaches the top, the other reaches the bottom. This makes it fairly simple to time your approach from the Barrens' side: when one elevator is at the top, start riding toward the other elevator; the elevator should arrive just as you reach the end of the ramp (normal mount). In addition, both guards will hesitate before attacking Alliance players who are a significantly higher level than they are (i.e., any player who sees the level numbers in the guards' portraits as grey).
This section concerns content exclusive to Cataclysm.
The Great Lift is no longer functioning; the floods destroyed it, but the remains still stand precariously. The Thousand Needles are now accessible only through the use of walkways carved into the mesa, and a series of rope bridges constructed by the Tauren. Travel is further complicated by the arrival of the Grimtotem who battle Horde Tauren throughout the area.