Twilight Cultists are found in varying strength across Kalimdor in places of
great power and evil. Darkshore has become infested with these Twilights around
the burial site of a titan. The Blackfathom Depths have become host to a slew
of Twilights trying to empower an ancient water lord of the Abyssal Council.
Emissaries of the Cult have been dispatched to Blackrock Depths to investigate
the power and prestige of Ragnaros and his kin.
Long ago, this temple of Elune was filled with Night Elves deep in worship of their moon goddess. Then one day, from the depths of the earth, came Aku'mai, servant of the Old Gods. The corruption filled the ruins and decimated the Night Elves who lived within. With Aku'mai came a taint to the moonwell, warping its power to a thing of evil and corruption.
Twilight's Hammer cultists have come to this
sacred temple in their continued effort to awaken
the power of the Old Gods. Allying themselves
with the local Naga they were able to take the
temple by force and hold it against any opposition
that might chance upon them. There they began
to perform sacrifices to the powerful Aku'mai
contained deep within the temple. With the Naga's
aid, they began harvesting the crystals within
the entrance of the temple, drawing upon the
deep elemental power held within.
The Argent Dawn
Even the forces of the Argent Dawn have deemed
it necessary to investigate the latest activities
of this Cult and their interest in Blackfathom
Deeps. Though their numbers are spread thin
fighting the Scourge, they still were able to
dispatch a scout to the ancient Temple of the
Moon to discover the origins of the Twilight
and Naga alliance. The scout has not been heard
The knowledge that the Dark Iron dwarves awoke
something in the depths of Blackrock is no mystery.
But not all know of the true origins of this
ancient evil. The Twilight's Hammer, however,
understands all too clearly that beneath the
ancient city of the Dark Iron dwarves lay Ragnaros,
Lieutenant of the Old Gods, master of flame.
With the Dark Iron Dwarves now either in his
sway or enslaved by his minions, the Twilight
have begun sending emissaries to Blackrock Mountain
to provide assistance and ascertain the true
power of Ragnaros.
But none can argue that the strongest collection of Twilight Cultists can be
found in Silithus. There, where even the sands are rich with the seething power
of the Old God C'thun, the cultists spend their time communing with the dark
forces of the elemental Abyssal Council. This collection of destructive elementals
command the authority of the Cultists and have them do their bidding regularly.
With the proximity to Ahn'Qiraj and the final resting place of Thunderaan the
Windseeker, the power that these cultists can draw upon to serve their masters
is almost unlimited.
From their camps, the Twilight Cultists consult the Abyssal Council through
a series of Wind Stones. Anyone who approaches one of these stones without the
attire of one of the cultists will quickly find themselves struck down by the
elemental fury of the creatures within. The windstones function as a doorway
between our world and the world of the Abyssal Council.
The Cenarion Circle has deemed the Twilight Cultists to be such a threat to
the good of nature and the world at large that they will gladly award and herald
those champions who assist them in the fight against these cultists and their
council. The forces of Cenarion Hold will provide what aid they can based on
the accomplishments of the particular hero. An array of arms and armaments,
plans and recipes for powerful items, and other useful gear can be found for
sale to those champions liked by the Cenarion Circle.