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Our next trio of Order Halls includes the righteous paladins, the holy priests (unless you're of the shadowy persuasion), and the always dubious rogues. Each has a small surprise in store for their respective classes, all oddly enough involving people we thought were dead.

Kick back, relax, and sip some Noggenfogger Elixir while you read!


Ever since the fight with the Lich King that liberated the Knights of the Ebon Blade, people have wondered what lies beneath Light's Hope Chapel in the Eastern Plaguelands. Now, paladins get to make the chambers beneath their order hall - and as far as most of the halls go, this one appears to be the most fleshed out in regards to both NPCs and architecture. Perhaps the grandest portion of all is the Hall of Champions, ringed with enormous statues of paladins that have fallen in battle (hey, that's Turalyon...).

The Knights of the Silver Hand, largely decimated, are reforming with our hero as its head, combining the forces of the Blood Knights, Fist of Argus, and Sunwalkers.

There are far too many NPCs to list, but those that may be the most familiar are Eadric the Pure, Gidwin Goldbraids, Tarenar Sunstrike, and Arator the Redeemer.


Netherlight Temple for the priests is largely devoid of notable NPCs, though much of the architecture appears complete. Priests cleanse the Naaru in the temple, then use it as their order hall. The biggest surprise of them all is the introduction of long-lost Calia Menethil, protected all this time by the machinations of her ever-loyal subject Alonsus Faol. We're not sure what this might mean for Lordaeron with the only heir to the throne reappearing, but for now her focus seems to be on her priestly duties in helping the heroes drive back the Burning Legion.


Finally we have the Hall of Shadows for the rogues - and ever since the announcement it was going to be within the Underbelly of Dalaran, people either seemed to love or absolutely hate the idea. Having finally stepped foot inside, I'm sold on the concept, though not entirely certain why there are Grim Patrons drinking at the bar.

It looks like, this whole time we've been engaged in heroics across the globe, the thieves, rogues, and assassins of Azeroth have combined forces and have a nifty little council of their own. Our hero - you guessed it - becomes leader, wresting it from an expectant Vanessa VanCleef (what, you thought you killed her?). The remainder of the council is a who's who among the black market: Garona Halforcen, Mathias Shaw, Jorach Ravenholdt, and Valeera Sanguinar.

And speaking of the Black Market, rogues are the only class with anything resembling an auction house in their order hall.

Rogues will also encounter some other notables, including Griftah and Marin Noggenfogger.

Next time we'll dive into the shaman, warlock, and warrior halls!