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Snarlflare a rare spawn in world of warcraft cataclysm

Updated on March 7, 2012

Snarlflare

In Blizzard's World of Warcraft Cataclysm expansion Snarlflame is a rare spawn who can be found in the Redrige mountain zone located near the south west area of Lake Everstill. He is found atop a hill by the side of Lake Everstill in an area populated mainly by great goretusks. Take care when killing/pulling him to ensure you pull him off the hill he is on so you will be able to loot him, otherwise it can be difficult to loot his corpse unless you have a flying mount.

Previously before the Cataclysm expansion Snarlflare existed as a dragon whelp and has now obviously all grown up into a full sized drake. In colouring he appears to be one of Deathwing's own flight the blackdragon flight.

Snarlflame is a level 17 rare mob with around 500 hit points and is fairly easy to kill, he also has around 900 mana but does not actually seem to use this resource for any abilities at present. Alongside his melee attack the only other attack Snarlflare uses is flame breath causing fire damage to those stood in front of him. He poses no real challenge and can easily be pulled alone. He drops a green item appropriate to his level, he can also be skinned by characters with the skinning profession.

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    • Arioch profile imageAUTHOR

      Gordon D Easingwood 

      6 years ago from Wakefield, United Kingdom

      Yeah hes a pretty cool spawn particulary as he "grew" up in cata. The giant armadillo that breathes fire in Uldam is cool to, such a shame you can't tame him for your hunter.

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      Seth Winter 

      6 years ago from Shingletown, California

      Good article. I have to say Snarlflare is probable one of my favorite rare spawns. I mean a dragon in a low level zone that breathe fire....that's pretty cool. I think the coolest is the giant armandillo rare spawn.

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