First... from my most favorite place in the whole Cataclysm expansion...
Warlock on a dark horse... those glowing orbs are the power of earth fire and air, if I remember correctly only a couple of days later. lol
She's on her way to Uldum in these shots, I just love the colors and the backdrops and everything about Deepholm, including the fact that everything in the whole area is phased and precludes leveling with anyone you didn't START leveling with... lol. I know what that says about me, it's also true. :)
And in Pandaria Kilijan is progressing much more logically and with much more dedication than Allumette or Julienne have done. Allumette is 88 and just got out of the starting zone, Julienne has only done a few quests and has otherwise just farmed because I wanted to meander a bit with her.
There is a quest chain where you go to a pagoda, you see a vision of a Wolf and Prince Anduin and the Prince tells the wolf that he has much to learn in Pandaria and that he is not ready to return home just yet and then he casts a spell and the Wolf becomes King Varian.
This isn't a spoilit because I haven't done it yet, I've just read the lore and know the stories... I believe that in the answer to the way the Pandaren have lived for centuries in a land easily fed by negativity and strong emotion is the answer to the Varian as Lo'Gosh vs. just King Varian dilemma for his son. I can't wait to find out if my guess is right. I hope for the last 10 levels that Azeroth will learn moderation and control and that we will learn to work together... and as a player... well... it IS World of Warcraft, not World of Best Friends Forever.
So this wacky Pandaren takes you under his wing and is working to help you learn the meaning behind the vision you had of the "white pawn" and his father/a giant wolf.
He sends you on a mission to collect some supplies for a brew and then you must stay focused while he distracts you by beating you about the head, gonging a huge gong and otherwise anything he can think of to break your concentration.
And your reward for your dedicated concentration - in the form of a game you have to use the < and > arrows for - is that you will see another vision, this time of Anduin and you will gain information about where he is.
And once you've seen the answer it is your duty to return him to the Admiral and get him safely home where his father is worried almost insane for his safety.
Or so Varian would prefer. HaHaHa
The Prince who was Regent King in his father's absence isn't exactly... well... a little boy who does what he's told to do.