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The Roll Club

Matt Low
10.18.12
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You can bet that the builders of the Serpent's Spine wall in Pandaria never planned for this to be used. Who would've guessed that a defensive fortification meant to protect Pandaria from it's enemies would also be used as a form of amusement? There's a secretive group of Golden Lotus warriors. They're called the Roll Club. But of course, we're not supposed to technically talk about the Roll Club.

The Golden Lotus offers a daily quest where players literally roll down the wall. You can pick up Roll Club: Serpent's Spine from Kelari Featherfoot located in the Setting Sun Garrison. I'm not sure what the exact prerequisites are to get the quest. When I first picked it up today, I was halfway through revered with the Golden Lotus and had finished the quests involving the Battle Spear of the Thunder King, Battle Helm of the Thunder King, and Battle Axe of the Thunder King. I wish there was a timer that showed how fast you complete the course. If you can beat the course in under 70 seconds, you get the Roll Club achievement.

Tips
  • Hit every speed boost (they look like boots) within reason
  • Avoid tar pits as they slow you down immensely
Oh, and I recommend playing it with this song in the background.

Mists of Pandaria is here! The level cap has been raised to 90, many players have returned to Azeroth, and pet battles are taking the world by storm. Keep an eye out for all of the latest news, and check out our comprehensive guide to Mists of Pandaria for everything you'll ever need to know.

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