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Broadcast Text for 8.2.5 PTR Build 31337 - Dreamgrove Murder Mystery, Bees, 15th Anniversary
06/08/2019 alle 09:34
The first round of broadcast text is here for Patch 8.2.5 datamining. While there are not huge lore reveals, we get more more dialogue about bees, the 15th anniversary, and a potential murder mystery in the Dreamgrove.
Minor 8.2.5 Spoilers
Wrathion dialogue was also included in the text updates, but we have covered that in a
separate post and Wrathion quest walkthrough
Dreamgrove Murder Mystery
The Druids of the Dreamgrove are investigating the murder of some bunnies. We're not sure how this quest fits into the overall story, and notably, many of the lines of dialogue are marked as , or "Do Not Translate," implying they will not be used in the finished version of the game.
Do you think this is a placeholder quest? Fake dialogue Blizzard wants us to find instead of something darker related to the main story? Or are we getting a quest to actually investigate bunnies in 8.2.5?
Tradewind & Crow: Dreamgrove Detectives
NEW Stage 1:
Don't Wake Naralex
Play Don't Wake Naralex.
NEW Stage 2:
A Tragic Wail
Find the source of the cry.
NEW Stage 3:
A Different Point of View
Let Arthur tell the story.
NEW Stage 4:
See if anybody has any information about the murder.
NEW Stage 5:
Nose to the Ground
Use your senses to search for clues.
NEW Stage 6:
Following the Trail
Thisalee has a lead! Go see what she found.
NEW Stage 7:
The Vicious Murderer
Track down the murderer and bring him to justice!
So we were hanging out in the Dreamgrove, playing our favorite game...
Hey Thisalee! Let's play Don't Wake Naralex!
For the last time, knock it off!
Hmm... no reaction. Let me try!
Mm... Muyoh, leave me... to my studies...
Hah! Still asleep. Your turn again, Thisalee.
Then suddenly, we heard a yell!
Ha ha! Got you again. Bye Naralex!
Oh no!!!! Somebody help! Quick!
You poor little babies... how could anybody do this?!
Mylune! What happened?
Oh Arthur it's just the most awful thing! Somebody brutally murdered these poor little bunny wunnies!
Alright, who's got another idea?
Did you hear that, Thisalee? Let's go see what happened!
These poor little bunnies... who would murder such innocent babies in cold blood?
Did you see anything else? Any clues as to who did this?
" All I saw is these poor, teeny weeny little babies... with their little twitchy noses... and cute little wittle paws...
<Mylune breaks into tears.>"
Don't worry, Mylune. Leave it to us! Don't worry, Mylune. Leave it to us!
Thisalee, let me tell $n this part! Please?!
Ugh... fine, go ahead.
And with that, Thisalee and I were on the case!
We decided to start by talking to some of the other druids. Somebody must have seen something!
Have you seen any bunny murderers around the Dreamgrove?
I have heard about the murdered rabbits, but have seen nothing with my own eyes. Perhaps you should take wing and search from the skies?
We will keep our eyes open, Skylord!
Greetings, young druids. Where does nature lead you today?
Do you know who would murder bunnies in cold blood?
I fear the reason you ask me. I assure you that I would never partake in such brutal massacre, nor would my fellow Gilneans. Perhaps you should partake in acquiring some manners?
Oh no Celestine, don't get us wrong! We would never assume... uh...
Arthur... maybe we should go.
If somebody in the Dreamgrove murdered some bunnies, who do you think it would be?
Just because I be a feral druid don't mean I be attackin' critters! What about you, cat-boy? You be killin' for fun?
For the record I do NOT kill bunnies.
Also... Zen'tabra is very scary.
Hi friends! What can Brightwing do for you?
Bunnies have been murdered in the Dreamgrove! Have you seen anybody suspicious?
Bunnies? Yum! Where are the bunnies?
Brightwing, no! No eating bunnies!
There we were, no witnesses to the carnage of a murder in the Dreamgrove.
We decided to take Omnuron's advice and use our skills to search for clues.
I'm going to take wing and do an aerial search for any clues. You check down here!
This stick was no ordinary stick. It was broken in half and torn up on the edges. It had to be a clue!
Arthur... I'm pretty sure somebody just stepped on it.
Obviously somebody stepped on it, Thisalee. It was the perp!
Squeaky squeak. Squeaken... squeak?
Squeak squeaker, squeak squeaken!
" Squeakity squeak squeak!
Squeaker squeak, squeaking squeaky squeak. Squeaken squeaking squeak!
Whoa, Arthur. I didn't know you could talk to squirrels!
Oh no I can't, that actually didn't help at all.
I found a single pawprint, leading from a portal into the water...
Perhaps something from outside the Dreamgrove killed the bunnies!
At that moment, I heard Thisalee call out. She must have found a clue that only I, Azeroth's greatest detective, could investigate and understand!
No way Arthur, that was my clue fair and square. You were too busy pretending to talk to squirrels, while I did the work!
You couldn't have done it without me! I had to find you!
Arthur! I found something!
Alright Arthur. I found this clue. It's only fair I tell the story!
Fine... but you better make me look cool!
Through our incredible detective skills and our unending resilience, we finally tracked down and cornered the murderer.
It was time to avenge the bunnies.
We've got you surrounded! Your bunny murdering days are over!
Wait it wasn't just a regular wolf! It was... uh...
Alliance players can complete a quest series in 8.2.5 for the
Imbracatura del Raccoglitore Dolcedorso
introduction to the bee faction
is up, and below you can see the new raw text.
<The bee larva wiggles occasionally within its honeycomb.>
<The nascent bee twitches eagerly within its honeycomb.>
"<Her antennae twitch toward you curiously.>
"Some people like dogs, or cats, or horses.
Me? I like bees.
Shame about that allergy, though."
"Didn't get stung, did you?
Boy, I've met some aggressive bugs in my life, but this new hive really doesn't seem to trust newcomers.
Wonder if there's a way to fix that?
<Barry strokes his beard in thought.>"
You seem to be covered in bees.
<Gesture uncertainly toward all of him.>
<Brush the bees off of him.>
I wonder where they've come from? A hive of bees this big isn't likely to be very well hidden.
"Just let me do the talking, stranger! I have a knack for this sort of thing.
<Barry winks at you.>"
"They've certainly made themselves at home, haven't they?
Now then. I'm sure you have questions. Ol' Barry here is happy to answer!
What can I help you with?"
A loud buzzing sounds on your approach!
Woah there, Your Majesty! I'm sure our new friend meant no harm.
Barry discreetly beckons you over.
Honeyback Hivemother brandishes her stinger menacingly!
We should probably start with introductions.
My... name... is... Barry!
Pleased... to... meet... you!
Huh. Very ... Interesting! Continue!
Leave ... it... to... me!
There we are. See? Nothing to worry about.
Honeyback Hivemother shimmies.
Honeyback Hivemother wiggles.
Honeyback Hivemother spins.
What? You didn't catch that? Haha. Come on inside. I'll explain.
What was that all about?
Tell me about the Hivemother.
Tell me about the Harvesters.
Tell me about the Guardians.
What do you know about raising bees?
"What was what about?
Oh, the Hivemother?
My friend, you really ought to learn to speak bee.
She told me that this hive is new to this region. No idea where they might have come from, but they're here now. They are going through the usual struggle to find enough food to keep things moving and the like. Something about ettins and bears.
Regardless, I told her we would help her out. So if you happen to spot an opportunity to help our new friends, I'm sure they'd be grateful."
"Every hive has its queen, you see. She is responsible for the hive's growth. All of these bees are her children.
By the looks of it, she's all by herself. Ordinarily there's a young hivemother among the larvae. Might explain why she's so protective."
"Oh, the little yellow ones?
Aye, they're the sweetest of bees. Their whole lives revolve around flowers and honey and caring for the hive. Blessedly simple creatures, Harvesters, but they make up for it in other ways.
Never had a Harvester sting me. Not once!
They might even let you pet their fuzzy little thoraxes if you treat them right.
<Barry sighs happily.>"
"Well, the name has some implications, doesn't it?
Guardians are the first to attack and the last to ask questions before doing it. They are fierce protectors of the hive and will selflessly sacrifice themselves if need be. There's something to be said about that kind of loyalty.
Tides help you if you get on the wrong side of a Guardian, though. They have a tendency to call the rest of the hive to swarm their foes.
Nasty way to go.
But hey, they're red, so they're easy to spot. Just give them their space."
"Enough to know that they do most of the work themselves.
Give them plenty of jelly to eat, leave them to their devices, and eventually they'll crawl from the soup and start flying about. Really quite fascinating.
From there, these bees grow incredibly fast. They have to, given how large they get! It takes a substantial quantity of jelly to grow one of these to their full size."
What is jelly?
Jelly is what the bees make from all the pollen they gather from flowers. Some of it is used to make honey, but the rest is used to feed the hive.
They have to make quite a lot to feed a hive this size, so I wouldn't be surprised if they have little deposits of the stuff all over Stormsong by now.
I'm willing to bet if you bring it back here, the Hivemother would be very happy with you. Saves her brood some work."
<The small bee twitches its legs at you as you approach.>
<The small bee buzzes loudly at your approach, but quiets once it recognizes your face.>
<The larva seems well tended by its hive.>
She appears to be defending her hive. Can't blame her, really. Maybe you can ah... find a little something to convince her to let us in?
Hey, I have an idea. Come here.
What do you mean?
You might start by taking that bit of jelly you found and feeding it to this here larva. Couldn't hurt.
There you go. Jelly makes the world go round, at least as far as the hive is concerned.
I bet if you find more, you could really begin to earn their trust. I'll be outside of you need me.
Hatherford, a village in Tiragarde Sound, has a few lines of dialogue.
The folks of Hatherford owe Mr. Proudmoore here our lives. We wouldn't be here if not for him.
Speak your peace. We'll be smuggling them out of here soon enough.
You be keeping that to yourself.
Looks like the Lunar Festival this year will add flower crowns which can be transmogged year round:
Corona della Memoria Eterna
Corona della Prosperità Infinita
Corona del Coraggio Sconfinato
Corona della Fortuna Imperitura
"Lunar Festival is a magical time of year.
Elune blesses us during this time, and her power manifests in many ways in Azeroth. You can see it across the land, present in even the smallest bloom."
May you be courageous in the face of adversity.
May you be prosperous in your endeavors to come.
May you remember your past, and carry it forward into your future.
May you experience good fortune against all odds.
As part of WoW's 15th anniversary, kill nine bosses in
Come sono andate "davvero" le cose...
. Learn more about the holiday rewards in
Oh, I just love strolling down the timeways. Thank you for all of the memories!
Deep within Serpentshrine Cavern, Lady Vashj and her Coilfang minions planned to steal all of Outland's water.
But brave heroes like you weren't about to let that happen!
Well that was certainly a toxic environment!
Heroes like you ascended Mount Hyjal to defend Nordrassil against the Burning Legion...
...for doom had come to this world!
Some demons just want to see the World Tree burn.
In the crystalline halls of Tempest Keep, Azeroth's heroes confronted Kael'thas Sunstrider, Lord of the Blood Elves...
...and also his four advisors. And his seven legendary weapons. And--you know, let's just get to the fight.
If I remember correctly, he suffered quite a setback after that.
Clever and devious, Heigan the Unclean set up the halls of Naxxramas to poison unprepared adventurers.
But dirty tricks like that wouldn't work on you, would they? You always did know how to watch your step!
I just love a good dance, don't you?
Turns out the crusaders built the coliseum on top of a buried nerubian kingdom. That could only lead to eternal agony!
The Argent Crusade once held a grand tournament to find Azeroth's greatest heroes, but Anub'arak arrived uninvited!
I don't usually speak ill of the dead, but that guy really bugged me!
Amidst Northrend's frozen wastes, the champions of the Argent Tournament laid siege to Icecrown Citadel.
After vanquishing countless minions of the dead, our heroes stood ready to face the wrath of the Lich King.
Bolvar said not to tell anyone what happened up there, but I think we can make an exception just this once.
From within the sinister Bastion of Twilight, Cho'gall commanded his servants to usher the Old Gods into our world.
Thankfully, heroes like you took up arms and fought the maniacal cult leader face to face... to face!
Two heads aren't always better than one.
Nefarian, son of Deathwing, was raised from death by twilight cultists in the heart of Blackrock Mountain.
Intrepid heroes such as you braved the black dragon's sanctum to put an end to his schemes once and for all.
Oh no, we left before we could loot his head! Sorry about that!
Though thwarted by mortals once before, Ragnaros returned to Azeroth and sought to consume it in flame.
Though thwarted by mortals once before, Ragnaros returned to Azeroth and sought to consume it in flame.
It was up to heroes like you to venture into the Firelands and permanently snuff him out.
I guess Ragnaros came back to our world a little too soon.
Your adventures in Outland were truly amazing. The danger, the heroism, the outfits... don't think I forgot about those!
Remember when Deathwing tried to destroy the world? The second time. Or was it the third? The time with all the fire!
Ah, the evil undead forces of the Lich King. Careful not to let your magic betray you!
Loktar, $r, would you like to see my wares? I seem to be out of sorts today, but my wares will surely serve you for years to come.
Greetings, $r, my apologies for being a little out of sorts today, but I still guarantee my wares will stand the test of time.
The following dialogue may be added as part of the Call of the Scarab micro-holiday.
"Welcome! I noticed that for some reason a lot of people really wanted to ring this gong, so I decided for our celebration I'd just bring a copy of it here!
Go ahead, ring it till your heart is content!"
Come on over! Now's your chance to ring the Scarab Gong!
Looks like Leeroy has chicken with the addition of
Pollo Fritto Speziato di Leeroy
Cluck. Cluck, cluck, cluck. Cluck. Cluck, cluck. Cluck! CLUCK, CLUCK!!
Oh, okay. Sorry about that!
Cluck, cluck. Buckaww.
Step right up chums, and get the best fried chicken you've ever tasted!
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