In the Un’Goro Crater, an impossibly lush and beautiful region located between a desert and a wasteland lies a new area that players can explore. It is called the Shaper’s Terrace and like the rest of the Un’Goro Crater, it is also an area teeming with life and green with vegetation. But the physical features of the land is not what makes it so interesting. The area’s allure and mystery lies in the fact that it is a Titan-related area. This means Titans, powerful beings akin to gods, could possibly have lived there, or done their experiments there. For players, this could mean treasure that can be had and powerful tools that they can use. Being that these came from Titans themselves, it is likely that the powers they can give are beyond the mind’s imagination. Who knows, right? As of the moment, there is not a lot that is known about the Shaper’s Terrace. However, I can tell you how to get there so that you can check out the area for yourself. If you’re lucky, you might find yourself given a reward that is worth all your trouble.
To get to the Terrace, one actually does not need to go to Un’Goro Crater, or pass by the dangerous Tanaris Desert or the desolate wasteland of Silithus. Instead, one must go to Sholazar Basin, one of Northrend’s most curious places. Why do I say this? Well, consider that Northrend is for the most part, all ice. Sholazar Basin, however, defies the law of nature and resembles a tropical jungle. Amazing, right? But knowing that the Sholazar Basin was once home to the Titans, too, then that probably is the reason why it has remained a paradise when the rest of Northrend is frozen hell. Once you arrive at Sholazar Basin, search for the Waygate, a portal that would immediately bring you to Shaper’s Terrace. The Waygates look like structures with shimmering glass or water in the middle. There are no other means of transportation, so don’t waste your time trying to get there through flying or on foot.
One can only wonder what the connection is between the Sholazar Basin and Shaper’s Terrace. Both are Titan-related areas, and both have similar physical descriptions. It is also a puzzle why there is a waygate that connects both. Whatever the case, going to one or both seems to be an exciting, if not fruitful, thing to do. There’s probably quests waiting for you that would be very beneficial for your character. So, once you get your World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King expansion, make sure you pass by Sholazar Basin and look for its Waygate. Explore both areas and rewards will surely come to you!