Bloodcoast Ward (original)

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Disambig icon.png This article is about the original area. For the modern version, see Bloodcoast Ward.

Bloodcoast Ward

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Lion's Arch

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Bloodcoast Ward

The Bloodcoast Ward is an area in the south of Lion's Arch, blasted by Scarlet's invasion. It features the burnt and broken remains of Tenanera's Pit.

Locations and objectives[edit]

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Warp to Bloodcoast Ward Waypoint.
Take the Northeastern stone hill to the building.
Climb the stairs in building.





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Ambient dialogue[edit]

Before Escape from Lion's Arch[edit]

Guard (1): I like my pancakes, and they like me.
Guard (2): Hm, Indeed they do.
Guard (2): I've been to the south and back. Not good.
Guard (1): Pirates?
Guard (2): And undead.
Guard (1): Ouch.
Villager (1): You see those dancing girls they got in town?
Villager (2): Which ones? The krytans, or the sylvari?
Villager (1): Those norn women.
Villager (2): I think you've been on the farm too long.
An asura scholar has hired workers to mine rocks
Worker (human): I need some help with my working song.
Scholar: What have you got so far?
Worker (human): "We have to dig, dig, dig, dig all day long."
Scholar: You're right: It's not quite there yet.
Worker (human): This job makes me nervous.
Worker (charr): Why? we're just diggin' up rocks.
Worker (human): Dwarves dug too deep, and now...there are no dwarves.
Worker (charr): I think you should work more and think less.
Worker (norn): I came to this city to make a name for myself, not break rocks.
Scholar: I presume you mean a name for yourself as a warrior?
Worker (norn): Yeah, that's right.
Scholar: Don't despair. Some guild will notice your hammer-swinging technique and sign you up.
Worker (human): Who needs dredge miners or heavy machinery? We've got this covered.
Worker (norn): You got it covered, little man. All I've got is a crick in my back.