This World of Warcraft Cataclysm guide will cover the quest Scrambling for Eggs. You can find various images related to this quest by clicking the numbers by the thumbnail above and the thumbnail itself to view the full size the image.
Horde and Alliance Quest: Scrambling for Eggs
This quest is part of the new zones and areas accessible to players who have purchased the Cataclysm expansion. It will be first available to players at level 80 (yellow), turns green at level 84, and will eventually turn grey at level 95.
How to attain Scrambling for Eggs
Horde and Alliance: The Quest Giver is Thisalee Crow within the Shrine of Aviana in Mount Hyjal, Kalimdor at (42.2, 45.4). This is unlocked in a chain after completing The Wormwing Problem and will unlock the next quest in the chain, A Bird in Hand.
“There’s a pattern to these Wormwing attacks. While groups make a showy assault on the shrine itself, others swoop into the nearby nests and make off with eggs from all the flying creatures of Hyjal. These animals are under our protection. Before we find out why the Wormwing are doing this, it’s up to us to rescue as many eggs as we can from their talons.”
Scrambling for Eggs Objectives
Gather 8 Hyjal Eggs.
Money Rewards: 7 Gold and 80 Silver
Reputation Rewards: 250 reputation with the Cataclysm faction Guardians of Hyjal.
Item Rewards: none
Xp: You will be awarded with 27,700 experience upon completing this quest.
Scrambling for Eggs is a simple gathering quest. You will need to travel due west of the quest giver to find glowing interactable quest objects named Hyjal Eggs, which look like eggs do, except about the size of a football and almost completely white, although with some spots and an orange hue barely visible. All you need to do is collect eight of the items into your inventory before being able to turn this quest in for a reward. Make sure to be aware of the Wormwing Swifttalon and Screecher mobs that patrol nearby, although their density should be such that you can avoid conflict entirely.
“Good, that’s a start. The birds who laid these eggs will never accept them again, so we’ll have to raise these birds as orphans in the shrine here. Were Aviana here, she never would’ve let this travesty happen. But, on to business…”