To get to neutral with the Kurenai at Telaar in Nagrand, you must first complete the quests at Orebor Harborage in Zangarmarsh...
- Ango'rosh Encroachment -> Overlord Gorefist
- Daggerfen Deviance
- Lines of Communication
- Natural Armor -> Maktu's Revenge
- Maktu's Revenge
- The Terror of Marshlight Lake
- Wanted: Chieftain Mummaki
Once you have finished these quests, you can move on to Telaar in Nagrand, where more quests will be waiting. There are also two other questgivers who arn't part of the Kurenai, and will not give you any reputation with them for completing their quests.
The Corki Chain - The annoying little draenai who can't help but get himself in trouble.
Wandering Ogres - A curious huntress wants to know more about the ogres so far from their mound.
- Do My Eyes Deceive Me
- Not On My Watch!
- Mo'mor the Breaker
- The Ruins of Burning Blade
- The Twin Clefts of Nagrand
- Diplomatic Measures
Murkblood Problems - A corrupted murkblood lord must be dealt with.
Corrupted Orcs - These two arn't a chain, but they do go together.
The Throne of the Elements - This leads to many other quests, but they do not give reputation with the Kurenai.
The Totem of Kar'dash - Escort
Wanted: Durn the Hungerer - This is a quest that recommends you have 5 people to kill Durn, the level 67 Elite that wanders around Oshu'Gun
Wanted: Giselda the Crone - This quest requires you to kill Giselda who is located in Kil'sorrow Fortress
Wanted: Zorbo the Advisor - Requires you to kill an ogre.
Fierce Enemies which leads to...
More Warbeads - A repeatable quest that allows you to turn in 10 warbeads for 500 rep.
Other ways to gain reputation are to kill any ogres in Nagrand for 10 rep each and to kill Kil'sorrow members in the fortress.
Eventually, after some time and effort, you'll get to exalted with Kurenai, and you can then buy your very own Talbuk. Either a regular talbuk for 60g (?) or a war talbuk for 90g. They both go the same speed, and require the same level (60) but the war talbuk has armor.
There is also the option to get a talbuk from Halaa pvp, but the only color it can be is black. This talbuk is available in regular and war versions as well.
Good luck, and I hope this guide helped at least a little. Any feedback is appreciated, and emails are welcome as well.
Soon To Come
- Talbuk - A Guide to getting your own (Horde Version)
- Getting to Karazhan - A guide to getting your Master's Key
- Spec'ing for Success
- Earthwarden - How to get that great tanking piece
- And many others.
Any ideas for guides can be sent in an email, as well as questions and concerns, and I'll see what I can do.