Some new faces have popped up in Orgrimmar, including Seer Bahura, a member of The Earthen Ring.
Worried citizens listen to what Bahura and Blood Guard Torek have to say.
Bahura's first quest, Tablets of Fire, sends players out to investigate the disappearance of a courier carrying important tablets from Northrend.
The courier, Durak Flamespeaker, is outside, surrounded by burning corpses.
Durak asks for your help in defending the Tablets from the Twilight's Hammer.
Sure enough, there's a Twilight Seeker -- wait, is that a black drake she's perched on?
Durak has you channel the power of a strange crystal to fight back the elementals the Twilight Seeker summons. Neat event!
Success! The Twilight Seeker takes off.
The conversation between Durak and the Twilight Seeker. Wait -- did she just say Cho'gall?
Blood Guard Torek however has some other stuff for you to investigate.
In the Drag, Doomsayers are riling up the public. What're they up to?
A wild Doomsayer has appeared!
The Doomsayer gives a lovely motivational speech.
The motivational speech. Heartwarming, isn't it?
The text from the three pamphlets you are sent to retrieve.
These strange floating spinning baubles aren't just limited to the Drag -- they're scattered all over Orgrimmar, which is vaguely disturbing.
Torek is unhappy about this development, and does not wish to subscribe to the Doomsayer's newsletter.
Another quest -- poster placing. I'm a hero of the Northrend front, and I'm reduced to this?
This is what the marker for the poster looks like.
Once placed, citizens read the message. Can I have your stuff?
Torek is really concerned, and wants you to investigate this strange organization of Doomsayers further.
Now we're talking. Cult infiltration time!
While we're at it, we need to find some missing people that have gone to join the cult.
Upon asking to join the cult, you receive your very own official and stylish cult robe! The quest chain ended here, as the NPCs to continue the chain weren't in game yet.