To acquire this quest, the player must have entered Dire Maul at least once.

In-game textEdit

Objectives Edit

Travel to Silithus and search for a [Reliquary of Purity] within the ruins of Southwind Village. If you are able to find it, return with it to Rabine Saturna in Nighthaven, Moonglade.

Required for completion:

Description Edit

The first step is to find a container capable of holding an extremely corruptible substance without the handler suffering ill effects. There is only one sort device I am aware of that could possibly contain something as vile as the Felvine: a Reliquary of Purity.
Deep in the wasteland of Silithus is the remnants of the night elf village known as Southwind. I know one was there many, many years ago. If we are to succeed, I need you to scour those ruins in the hopes of reclaiming it.

Progress Edit

A Reliquary of Purity is an artifact unto itself. Few were ever made, and almost all of them were thought to have been lost over time.
I admit I have known about the one in Southwind for a little while now. Honestly, with the rising turmoil in Silithus, I thought to keep our secrets just that - a secret. To poke and prod would only cause suspicions of our enemies to rise.
Alas, the time for complacency is at an end, especially with the situation in Eldre'Thalas.

Completion Edit

Indeed, you are as resourceful as many claim. The Cenarion Circle is blessed to have you working in our stead.
With the Reliquary once more in our hands, my mind is at ease. I feel more comfortable asking you to not only face down a malfeasant demon, but also to bring back a dangerous item in the process...

Notes Edit

The reliquary is located inside a chest in the building that looks similar to the one in Cenarion Hold with Commander Mar'alith stationed.

Quest Progression Edit

  1. Neutral 15 [60] A Reliquary of Purity
  2. Neutral 15 [60] Shards of the Felvine

Patch changesEdit

WoW Icon 16x16 Patch 1.3.0 (07-Mar-2005): Added.

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