This is how the Wintergrasp map looks when controlled by the Alliance.
This is how the map looks like when Wintergrasp is controlled by the Horde.
Wintergrasp Keep between battles.
These Wintergrasp Fortress Gates are destructible.
This fortress wall is destructible, as well. Players may go through the narrow doorway in the middle.
There are four of these towers around Wintergrasp Keep. It houses two cannons each during battles.
This is the view from the outer courtyard.
This is the Fortress Gate viewed from the outside.
During battles, turrets spawn on the raised platforms, giving the Keep some defense.
Elite Honor guards stand ready.
Warsong Honor Guards stand at the ready.
There are two large portals in the keep, in front of the East and West workshops. These are for vehicles to teleport outside the keep.
Players on offense seeing this are on the home stretch.
This is the last line of defense before the chamber housing the Titan Relic is breached.
Outside the Keep flanking towers are small transporters that defending players can use to get inside Wintergrasp Keep.`
Wintergrasp Keep has two workshops to build siege vehicles.
Players ranked Corporal or higher may talk to the Goblin or Gnome inside the workshop to build a vehicle.
There are also workshops outside the keep, used by the offense to build vehicles.
Siege Engines, built from the workshops, are slow but powerful against walls and towers.
Players can pick up these RP-GGs in front of workshops. These deal long range damage to siege tanks.
Titan architecture at its finest.
Inside the Wintergrasp Fortress Tower. The stairs lead up to two small platforms with cannons mounted to defend the Keep.
Ancient Titan structures found directly outside the gates.
The Flamewatch Tower is on the Southeastern part of the map, overlooking the Cauldron of Flames.
The Shadowsight Tower is on the Southwestern part of the map, overlooking the Forest of Shadows.
Winter's Edge Tower is directly South of Wintergrasp Keep.
The Eastern Bridge leads to the Eastspark Workshop and Flamewatch Tower.
The Western Bridge leads to the Broken Temple to the North, with Shadowsight Tower to the South.
The view of the Central Bridge coming from the South.
The Central Bridge leads directly to the gates of Wintergrasp Fortress.
This is Wintergrasp Fortress as viewed from the Broken Temple.
Wintergrasp, even though it's a combat zone, has beautiful foliage. It's a good farming place for Icethorn.
A quiet moment in Wintergrasp.
A view of Winter's Edge Tower from afar.
A relic of an old time.
There are lots of bodies of water in Wintergrasp. The Glacial Falls on the East is home to many water elementals.
The Cauldron of Flames on the Southeast is a small, but heavily frequented farming ground where fire elementals roam freely.
One of the most hauntingly beautiful places in Wintergrasp is the Forest of Shadows. Always covered in a ghostly mist and filled with shadow elementals.
You'll see this quite often in Wintergrasp during battles...
This is the inner sanctum of Wintergrasp Keep. During a battle, a Titan Relic spawns in this room.
This is the entrance to the Vault of Archavon, found in the heart of Wintergrasp Keep.
Archavon is the raid boss of Wintergrasp. He has 10- and 25-man versions and drops a mix of Tier 7 and Season 5 gear.