There are multiple entraces to Zul'Drak, home of the <a href="http://www.wowwiki.com/Drakkari_tribe">Drakkari Empire</a>. Each of them are marked with an absolutely massive set of stairs.
Zul'Drak is obviously very heavily Troll territory, and you can see it in the architecture all over the zone. Zul'Drak is much, much more massive in its scale. This gong... thing overlooks the <a href="http://www.wowwiki.com/Amphitheater_of_Anguish">Ampitheater of Anguish</a>. <br><br> The next handful of images are additional shots of Drakkari Architecture.
More Drakkari buildings.
Even more Drakkari architecture!
More buildings! Huzzah!
These aqueducts run throughout the entire zone seamlessly, twisting and branching to various destinations.
The Drakkari Trolls have more than just trolls and animals to send against you and the Scourge. <br><br> These constructs are definitely Troll-esque, but are oddly similar to the ones the Titans use.
Like the colossuses... coloses... collosi... Uh.<br><br>The Drakkari Colossus isn't the only unique thing the Ice Trolls have to bolster their army. These tiki warriors can also be seen in their ranks.
Dynamic action pose!
This is one of the many zones you'll be encountering <a href="http://www.wowinsider.com/2008/11/01/ask-a-beta-tester-icecrown-quest-rewards-and-scary-monsters/">Revenants</a>, the Elementals of Northrend.
The middle 'layer' of Zul'Drak contains a number of <a href="http://www.wowwiki.com/Argent_Crusade">Argent Crusade</a> camps, fending off the Scourge. This is one of the smaller camps you'll need to help out.
<a href="http://wotlk.wowhead.com/?npc=28039">Commander Kunz</a> at the Argent Stand will supply you with a chain of daily quests. Do them quickly and get better rewards!
Eitrigg, personal friend of <a href="http://www.wowinsider.com/2008/09/04/know-your-lore-tirion-fordring/">Tirion Fordring</a>, joins the Argent Crusade in Zul'Drak. The gang from the Eastern Plaguelands is with him as well.
Bullseye! Are you really supposed to throw hammers at those things? Especially when they're made of pure holy power?
Generic nature shots go!
The Drakkari Trolls have managed to shoot down a <a href="http://www.wowinsider.com/2008/10/29/the-plural-of-necropolis/">necropolis</a> before it breached entered their inner walls.
Scourge Plague Spreaders spread blight from the air.
Plague Spreaders at work in the middle layer of Zul'Drak.
A fallen <a href="http://www.wowwiki.com/Nerubian_vizier">Nerubian Vizier</a> tried to repair to broken necropolis.
The <a href="http://www.wowwiki.com/Loa">loa</a> goddess <a href="http://www.wowwiki.com/Quetz%27lun%27s_Spirit">Quetz'lun</a> is one of the many Drakkari gods and goddesses you'll encounter here.
The loa god <a href="http://www.wowwiki.com/Sseratus">Sseratus</a> is another of the gods you'll encounter.
Mam'toth's Crater is what happens when a god doesn't like being used.
Another view of a god's wrath.
<a href="http://www.wowinsider.com/2008/05/08/know-your-lore-azjol-nerub/">Nerubians</a> have overtaken part of Zul'Drak in the name of the Scourge and captured many members of the Argent Crusade. Are you a bad enough dude to save them?
Gurgthok relocates from Nagrand to Zul'Drak to further his career. The Ampitheater of Anguish is Wrath's Ring of Blood.
This is one of three Gundrak entrances. Depending on which door you enter, you'll start in a different part of the dungeon.
This is the main building of <a href="http://www.wowwiki.com/Gundrak">Gundrak</a>, the Drakkari capital. You can't currently go inside this part. A <a href="http://www.wowinsider.com/category/raiding/">future raid</a>, maybe?
Another shot of Gundrak's exterior.
Some of the Zul'Drak aqueducts empty into <a href="http://www.wowwiki.com/Gundrak">Gundrak</a>, capital of the Drakkari Trolls. Part of Gundrak is also a dungeon for high-70s players.