Mynera is back at the Coilfang Reservoir. She heads into the Steamvault this Time, the Mechanic Base of the Naga. She makes a shocking Discovery, who really leads the Naga in the Zangarmarsh.
The Steamvault (also known as the Steam Vaults) is the level 70 wing of the Coilfang Reservoir. No key is required to enter.
The Steam Vaults serves as the mechanical heart of Naga's draining operations in Zangarmarsh. The mechanisms on display within the massive cavern supply the power for the actual act of removing the marsh's water. As a result, the Steam Vaults is perhaps the most strategically important wing of the Coilfang Reservoir for adventurers looking to put a stop to Lady Vashj's efforts.
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade (abbreviated as TBC or BC) is the first expansion for World of Warcraft. It was announced on 28 October 2005 and released on 16 January 2007 in North America, Europe, and Australia; 2 February 2007 in Korea; 3 April 2007 in Taiwan and Hong Kong; and 6 September 2007 in mainland China. Its main features include an increase of the level cap up to 70, the introduction of the blood elves and the draenei as playable races, and the addition of the world of Outland, along with many new zones, dungeons, items, quests, and monsters.
The quests in The Burning Crusade are generally set in continuity with original lore quests, meaning that in relation to the timeline, the expansion is the direct sequel to the original World of Warcraft. Some quests set in Outland, especially those that are related to Illidan, mention a five-year hiatus in the storyline, which suggests a one-year interval between The Burning Crusade and the original game. This is unconfirmed however, since there never was any real statement that the events of Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne take place one year after Reign of Chaos. Regardless, it is generally agreed upon that there was a four year break between Warcraft III and the start of World of Warcraft.
The expansion introduces Outland, the former world of Draenor, and numerous quests essentially allowing players to explore the world on their own. The main storyline points to Illidan the Betrayer and what happened to him during the last four years.