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World of Warcraft Fans Can Find Night Elf Cosmetics Hidden Around New City

Highlights

  • World of Warcraft Patch 10.2.5 introduced new Kaldorei-themed transmog items that players can collect in Bel’ameth, the Night Elf city.
  • Bel’ameth is a growing village located beneath the new World Tree, with NPCs, portals, vendors, and more.
  • Players can find 11 new transmogs including weapons and back items, which can be used by characters on both factions.


World of Warcraft players can pick up close to a dozen new Kaldorei-themed transmog items scattered around Bel’ameth, the new Night Elf city. These new collectible cosmetics were added in World of Warcraft Patch 10.2.5, Seeds of Renewal.

Bel’ameth is the name of the Night Elf village in World of Warcraft that is currently being built beneath the new World Tree, which appeared on Azeroth west of the Dragon Isles after Fyrakk’s defeat in the Amirdrassil raid. In Patch 10.2.5, Bel’ameth has already begun to expand into a small village, teeming with iconic Kaldorei NPCs, as well as portals, vendors, and other amenities.

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However, as players explore Bel’ameth, they can also find some new transmogs to collect. Scattered across the village, dock, and buildings on the island, fans can find 11 new Kaldorei-themed transmogs, including both weapons and back items. Characters on both factions can collect and use these transmogs, though World of Warcraft players on the Horde cannot teleport there via most portals. Small treasure icons on the minimap can help guide fans to these cosmetics, but WoW content creator MrGM shared a handy video showcasing these new items, along with where they can be picked up on the world map.


New World of Warcraft Cosmetics in Bel’ameth

Name

Type

Location

Night Elven Horn

Offhand

Dawning Watchtower

Night Elven Spear

Polearm

Bel’ameth

Night Elven Shield

Shield

Bel’ameth

Blue Kaldorei Pouch

Offhand

Bel’ameth

Night Elven Signal

Offhand

Terrace of the Moon

Violet Kaldorei Pouch

Offhand

Terrace of the Moon

Blue Kaldorei Bedroll

Back

Root-Bound Sanctuary

Blue Kaldorei Backpack

Back

Belanaar

Kaldorei Sentinel’s Spyglass

Offhand

Belanaar

Kaldorei Bow Carver

Dagger

Twilight Watchtower

Kaldorei Moon Bow

Bow

Arlithrien Lodge

The Kaldorei Moon Bow – a recolor of the Ironfeather Longbow used by Tyrande Whisperwind and Vereesa Windrunner in the past – currently seems to be bugged, causing it to not always appear where it should in Arlithrien Lodge. Some fans have reported the item seemingly only shows up on characters who can’t use bows, while others have reported the opposite. Until the glitch is fixed, players will have to try searching for the bow on multiple characters in hopes that it will spawn correctly.

Players are excited to get the chance to earn these Kaldorei transmogs. The items are easy to obtain, and many can match well with both tints of the Night Elf Heritage Armor in World of Warcraft. The backpack and bedroll pieces are especially popular, as few similar items exist in World of Warcraft at the moment.

Transmog enthusiasts in World of Warcraft have a lot of new outfits to collect in Patch 10.2.5. In addition to the new cosmetic ensemble from the Reclaiming Gilneas questline, World of Warcraft fans have also discovered Godfrey’s glasses by fishing in the canals of Gilneas. Players can pick up some amazing explorer-themed transmogs in the Azerothian Archives public event as well, so fans should have no problem creating some striking outfits using these new cosmetics.

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November 28, 2022

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