World of Warcraft Easter Egg - Caylee Dak

Caylee (Dak Krause) was a 28 year old friend in the guild Boulderfist Heroes that touched many players hearts. Sadly he died of leukemia on August 22, 2007. He was the type of player that you always looked forward to logging on. The type of player that would always help another. After his death, Blizzard took time to place his character Caylee and her pet Dusky at the top of the Aldor terrace. Many players just pass right by her, thinking the NPC to be a player from the mismatched gear that is not typical to a NPC character. Caylee is part of a quest that begins in Stormwind with a little girl named Alicia. Alicia asks you to deliver a poem to her friend Caylee who's in Shattrath city. The poem happens to be about death, but is very beautiful. After finishing the quest, players can go back and ask her to re read it to them again any time they wish.

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  9.1/10 with 28 votes
Contributed By: Anonymous on 01-27-2008
Reviewed By: MonicaIngram
Special Requirements: Access to the Aldor Terrace, Burning Crusade
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Caylee Dak in Shattrath
Caylee Dak in Shattrath

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mike writes:
if you go to the Mana Tombs, one (or several of the mobs) says, "Welcome to the Mana Tombs". Which to me is in reference to the movie: "Thunderdome", with an individual saying "Welcome to the thunderdome!" OR you can say it is from the movie "Waiting" with Dane Cook saying "Welcome to the thunderdome, b**ch!" when Ryan Reynolds is walking the new hire through the kitchen, you see Dane Cook for the first time in the movie for just a second, and he has a knife upside down with his back to the camera! Also if you look around there are several "Stargates"! So two easter eggs in one!
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dwhittman writes:
The Poem text is as follows: Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am not there, I do not sleep. I am in a thousand winds that blow, across Northrend's bright and shining snow. I am the gentle showers of rain, on Westfall's fields of golden grain. I am in the morning hush, of Stranglethorn's jungle, green and lush. I am in the drums loud and grand, the thunderous hooves across Nagrand. I am the stars warmly gleaming, over Darnassus softly dreaming. I am in the birds that sing, I am in each lovely thing. Do not stand at my grave and cry, I am not there. I do not die.
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