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Ragefire Chasm | The Deadmines | Wailing Caverns | Shadowfang Keep
Blackfathom Deeps | Gnomeregan | Razorfen Kraul | The Scarlet Monastery
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Lemming Runs is The Village Peoples equivalent to other guilds Lowbie Nights - a time for the guild celebrities to help the wannabes by running them quickly through the 5 man dungeons of Azeroth.
Each Lemming Run consists of a Leader (Usually a high level and high ranking member of the guild) and 4 Lemmings (Usually some low level members or alts from the guild).
The leader is responsible for guiding the lemmings safely through the dungeon making sure that they complete all the quests they've picked up.
The lemmings in turn are responsible for picking up all quests related to the specific dungeon prior to the Lemming Run.
All uncommon loot (BoE) not needed by the lemmings goes to the leader as a token of appreciation.
All rare+ loot (BoE) not needed by the lemmings goes to the Guild Vault with credit to the Leader.

Ragefire Chasm (Levels 13-15)

Ragefire Chasm consists of a network of volcanic caverns that lie below the orcs' new capital city of Orgrimmar. Recently, rumors have spread that a cult loyal to the demonic Shadow Council has taken up residence within the Chasm's fiery depths. This cult, known as the Burning Blade, threatens the very sovereignty of Durotar. Many believe that the orc Warchief, Thrall, is aware of the Blade's existence and has chosen not to destroy it in the hopes that its members might lead him straight to the Shadow Council. Either way, the dark powers emanating from Ragefire Chasm could undo all that the orcs have fought to attain.

5 quests total, 1 quest series
- Hidden Enemies (Get the first quest in this series from Thrall in Orgrimmar [31.37])
- Searching for the Lost Satchel (Get this quest from Rahauro in Thunderbluff [70.29])
- Slaying the Beast (Get this quest from Neeru Fireblade in Orgrimmar [49.50])
- Testing an Enemy's Strength (Get this quest from Rahauro in Thunderbluff [70.29])
- The Power to Destroy... (Get this quest from Varimathras in Undercity [56.92])

The Deadmines (Levels 15-20)

Once the greatest gold production center in the human lands, the Dead Mines were abandoned when the Horde razed Stormwind city during the First War. Now the Defias Brotherhood has taken up residence and turned the dark tunnels into their private sanctum. It is rumored that the thieves have conscripted the clever goblins to help them build something terrible at the bottom of the mines - but what that may be is still uncertain. Rumor has it that the way into the Deadmines lies through the quiet, unassuming village of Moonbrook.

No quests

Wailing Caverns (Levels 15-21)

Recently, a night elf druid named Naralex discovered a network of underground caverns within the heart of the Barrens. Dubbed the 'Wailing Caverns', these natural caves were filled with steam fissures which produced long, mournful wails as they vented. Naralex believed he could use the caverns' underground springs to restore lushness and fertility to the Barrens - but to do so would require siphoning the energies of the fabled Emerald Dream. Once connected to the Dream however, the druid's vision somehow became a nightmare. Soon the Wailing Caverns began to change - the waters turned foul and the once-docile creatures inside metamorphosed into vicious, deadly predators. It is said that Naralex himself still resides somewhere inside the heart of the labyrinth, trapped beyond the edges of the Emerald Dream. Even his former acolytes have been corrupted by their master's waking nightmare - transformed into the wicked Druids of the Fang.

7 quests total, 3 quest series
- Deviate Hides (Get this quest from Nalpak at Wailing Caverns)
- Serpentbloom (Get the first quest in this series from Apothecary Helbrim in Crossroads [51.30])
- Trouble at the Docks (Get this quest from Crane Operator Bigglefuzz in Ratchet [63.37])
- Smart Drinks (Get the first quest in this series from Mebok Mizzyrix in Ratchet [62.37])
- Deviate Eradication (Get this quest from Ebru at the Wailing Caverns)
- Leaders of the Fang (Get the first quest in this series from Tonga Runetotem in Crossroads [52.31])
- In Nightmares (Get the first quest in this series from a Glowing Shard dropped by Mutanus the Devourer in Wailing Caverns)

Shadowfang Keep (Levels 18-25)

During the Third War, the wizards of the Kirin Tor battled against the undead armies of the Scourge. When the wizards of Dalaran died in battle, they would rise soon after - adding their former might to the growing Scourge. Frustrated by their lack of progress (and against the advice of his peers), the Archmage Arugal elected to summon extra-dimensional entities to bolster Dalaran's diminishing ranks. Arugal's summoning brought the ravenous worgen into the world of Azeroth. The feral wolf-men slaughtered not only the Scourge, but quickly turned on the wizards themselves. The worgen sieged the keep of the noble, Baron Silverlaine. Situated above the tiny hamlet of Pyrewood, the keep quickly fell into shadow and ruin. Driven mad with guilt, Arugal adopted the worgen as his children and retreated to the newly dubbed 'Shadowfang Keep'. It's said he still resides there, protected by his massive pet, Fenrus - and haunted by the vengeful ghost of Baron Silverlaine.

4 quests total, 1 class quest
- Deathstalkers in Shadowfang (Get this quest from High Executor Hadrec in The Sepulcher [43.40])
- The Book of Ur (Get this quest from Keeper Bel'dugur in Undercity [53.54])
- Arugal Must Die (Get this quest from Dalar Dawnweaver in The Sepulcher [44.39])
- The Orb of Soran'ruk (Warlock) (Get this quest from Doan Karhan in the Barrens [49.57])

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