Sunday, June 7, 2009

Justamom's Sunday Warcraft Trivia

Test yourselves and see how much you know about Warcraft without looking them up. These questions will be all WOW related with varying degrees of difficulty. Just place the question number and answer in your post.

1. There is a lumberjack in Elwynn Forest named Terry Palin. Where was the name “Terry Palin” derived from?

2. What is the name of the cat that runs through Naxx and where did the name originate?

3. What is the name of the "Grand Master Engineer" in the Zangarmarsh?

4. Who gives out the quest With a Little Help From My Friends in Ungoro Crater?

5. The original World of Warcraft was released in what month and year celebrating 10th anniversary of the Warcraft franchise.

6. Where in the game would you find an NPC named Ophera Windfury?

7. One of the quests in Netherstorm, Outland, is called Needs More Cowbell where the player needs to find the cow Bessy using a bell. Where did the Needs More Cowbell reference originate?
8. The episode, titled Make Love, Not Warcraft, was aired on 4th October 2006 and it was the second half premiere of the tenth season. Which show are we referring to?

9. In the 2005 Christmas event, several new NPCs and quests were added for a short period of time. One of the quests requested that you rescued __________ the Reindeer. What is the raindeer’s name?

10. Who Did Illidan Fight In Order To Claim The Title Of Ruler of Outlands?


  1. 7. Saturday Night Live
    8. South Park

  2. 7&8 are correct...nice Siarah

  3. 1) Monty Python creator and his song "I'm a lumberjack and I'm OK"

  4. Gnomer you smart little garden ornament. Nicely done.

  5. For those that haven't seen it,here is the link to the SNL "more cowbell" skit.!

  6. 2 Mr. Bigglesworth --from Austin Powers movies

    6 Thunderbluff??

    9 Randolf?

  7. #2 is correct with Mr. Bigglesworth

    Rethink numbers 6 & 9

  8. Here are your answers to Sunday's Trivia:

    1. Terry Jones and Michael Palin were members of Monty Python who (among many others) were famous for the Lumberjack Song.

    2. Mr. Bigglesworth, Austin Powers

    3. Mack Diver

    4. Ringo

    5. November 23, 2004

    6. Hellfire Peninsula in the Temple of Telhamat

    7. Saturday Night Live

    8. outh Park

    9. Metzen