Azshara is located in northeastern Kalimdor, a level 45-55 zone for players of both factions. It contains the ancient ruins of night elf cities from ages ago.
Talrendis Point is the Alliance flight path to Azshara, located at the entrance of the zone from Ashenvale Forest.
Shadowsong Shrine is now inhabited by ghosts and banshee. The name Shadowsong is no doubt a reference to Maiev and her brother Jarod.
The Haldarr encampment is named for the Haldarr satyr that populate the area.
Valormok is a Horde outpost located in Azshara. A Horde quest hub, it also contains the Horde flight path for Azshara.
The Southfury river cuts through the ravine that forms the border between Ashenvale and Azshara.
This unused location was rumored to be the Alliance entrance to the Azshara Crater battleground, which was never implemented. The flags and cave entrance are still visible and accessible, but go nowhere.
This unused location was rumored to be the Horde entrance to the Azshara Crater battleground, which was never implemented. The flags and cave entrance are still visible and accessible, but go nowhere.
The Forlorn Ridge cuts through the center of the lower Azshara peninsula, between the two entrances to the defunct battleground.
Lake Mennar is the location of ancient night elf ruins -- and host to a small fleet of blue dragonkin.
The Ruined Reaches are along the southern edge of Azshara.
This building is the home of the Gadgetsprings, who sell the schematic for the Deepdive Helmet.
The spirit of the blue dragon Azuregos can be found wandering the Ruined Reaches. Occasionally the real, attackable and easily-annoyed Azuregos can be found out here, too.
Cliff giants roam the area here along with hippogryphs, and the land is sprinkled with a strange substance called "Azsharite." Some Azsharite looks oddly like figures frozen in terror.
The ruins of a giant statue are all that remains of the Ravencrest Monument, which was built in honor of Lord Kur'talos Ravencrest, a hero of the War of the Ancients.
Duke Hydraxis is a waterlord, and originally provided raiders with a way to douse the runes in Molten Core.
Far to the southeast, this landing pad was a marking point for Alliance players to use a flare for a quest.
The Rethress Sanctum is a small naga settlement along the coast south of Ravencrest Monument.
Loramus Thalipedes is a demon hunter stationed on a small island in the Bay of Storms. He assists players with the quest chain involving the Fallen Hero of the Horde.
This spot in the Bay of Storms is where players summon Maws as part of the quest chain for the Scepter of the Shifting Sands.
This cave, located on a small island in the Bay of Storms is the home of Scalebeard -- a rare spawn turtle who is visible here.
This collection of rocks in the Bay of Storms is the home of Hetaera, a hydra.
This is the home of Arkkoran, the supposed god of the sea giants.
Arkkoran himself resides on the upper floor of the temple, and he's friendly to both factions.
The Shattered Strand lines the coast of the northern edge of the Bay of Storms.
At the very tip of the northeastern portion of the Bay of Storms rests the abandoned Tower of Eldara.
Along the upper portion of the northern peninsula are the Bitter Reaches.
Every now and again the Bitter Reaches are invaded by Thundering Invaders, led by Avalanchion.
The Legash Encampment is named for the Legashi satyr that populate the area.
The Thalassian Base Camp may be full of blood elves, but they are hostile to both Alliance and Horde. They may be working for Kael'Thas...
...although they may be up to something darker than just that.
The Jagged Reef runs along the northern coast of Azshara.
Ursolan, named after the Ancient Ursol, is a Timbermaw furbolg settlement.
The great gates of Timbermaw Hold cut into the cliffs of Azshara, however whatever lies inside remains a mystery.
Bear's Head contains more Timbermaw villages and outposts.
Along the base of the cliffs, players can find Sanath Lim-yo, who will teleport you up the cliffs if you ask...
High on the cliffs above Bear's Head, Nyrill waits to teleport you back down if you wish, or you can continue on...
The tower of Archmage Xylem is perched up here, though what the mage is doing so far from Dalaran, nobody seems to know.
Archmage Xylem lives in the tower, and draws many a comment for his stylish choice of spaulders.
In the heart of Azshara lie the Ruins of Eldarath, an ancient night elven city that is now host to a small army of naga.
In the center of the Ruins of Eldarath rests the Temple of Zin-Malor, a former night elven temple now home to the naga Warlord Krellian.
Down below the Ruins of Eldarath, Southridge Beach runs along the west and south edge of the Bay of Storms.