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Various clouds and such also exist in [[Northrend]] where the Zapthrottle Mote Extractor can be used to extract such things as &#91;[[Crystallized ingredient|<span style="color:white;">Crystallized ...</span>]]&#93;. The main difference is that more than one kind of element can be extracted, unlike the ones in Outland.<ref>http://kaliope.wordpress.com/2008/10/20/mote-clouds-in-wotlk-northrend/</ref>
 
Various clouds and such also exist in [[Northrend]] where the Zapthrottle Mote Extractor can be used to extract such things as &#91;[[Crystallized ingredient|<span style="color:white;">Crystallized ...</span>]]&#93;. The main difference is that more than one kind of element can be extracted, unlike the ones in Outland.<ref>http://kaliope.wordpress.com/2008/10/20/mote-clouds-in-wotlk-northrend/</ref>
   
* [[Artic Cloud]]s in [[Howling Fjord]] and [[Dragonblight]] produce {{loot|common|Crystallized Air}} and {{loot|common|Crystallized Water}}.
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* [[Arctic Cloud]]s in [[Howling Fjord]] and [[Dragonblight]] produce {{loot|common|Crystallized Air}} and {{loot|common|Crystallized Water}}.
 
* [[Steam Cloud]]s around the [[Geyser Fields]] and [[Scalding Pools]] in [[Borean Tundra]] produce {{loot|common|Crystallized Fire}} and {{loot|common|Crystallized Water}}.
 
* [[Steam Cloud]]s around the [[Geyser Fields]] and [[Scalding Pools]] in [[Borean Tundra]] produce {{loot|common|Crystallized Fire}} and {{loot|common|Crystallized Water}}.
 
* [[Windy Cloud]]s (may have different name) in [[Sholazar Basin]] produce {{loot|common|Crystallized Air}}?
 
* [[Windy Cloud]]s (may have different name) in [[Sholazar Basin]] produce {{loot|common|Crystallized Air}}?

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  • Zapthrottle Mote Extractor
  • Item Level 61
    Disenchants into:
    Not disenchantable
  • Requires Engineering (305)
  • Use: Extracts gas from a nearby gas cloud
  • Sell Price: 1Gold 50Silver
  • Cooldown: 1.5 seconds

Zapthrottle Mote Extractor is a device used by Engineers to extract motes and crystallized elements from gas clouds.

Source

The Zapthrottle Mote Extractor is crafted by Engineers with a skill level of 305. The components are:

[Schematic: Zapthrottle Mote Extractor] is a quest reward for the quest Neutral 15 [60] The Zapthrottle Mote Extractor!.

Cost from basic components

Notes

This item is used to extract motes from various clouds, gases, mists and vortexes.

In Burning Crusade ( Bc icon)

Note that Arcane Vortexes are normally invisible, so you will need either the ability to Detect Invisibility or specialized equipment such as the Ultra-Spectropic Detection Goggles or the class-specific engineering goggles.

One common misconception is that this item can also be used to extract Motes of Water from the Pure Water that spawns in fishing spots around Outland, particularly in Nagrand. Pure Water in fact gives up its bounty to players who fish from it, not to mote extractors.

Patch 2.3.0:

Note that Windy Clouds will very frequently spawn on top of the floating islands that are dotted about the Nagrand region. It is very difficult to spot these clouds without the gas cloud tracking ability of the Engineering goggles.

Also note that other methods exist for acquiring Motes.

Be sure you have bag space before you start extraction. The cloud disappears after extraction whether you collected the motes or not.

In Wrath of the Lich King ( Wrath-Logo-Small)

Various clouds and such also exist in Northrend where the Zapthrottle Mote Extractor can be used to extract such things as [Crystallized ...]. The main difference is that more than one kind of element can be extracted, unlike the ones in Outland.[1]

More info to come...

Patch changes

WoW Icon 16x16 Patch 2.4.0 (2008-03-25): The on-use animation has been changed.

Rather than looking like you're a warlock draining the soul of the cloud, it now appears as though you are sucking the cloud through a tube.

See also

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