Gnomeregan is located in the far western area of Dun Morogh


Save Techbot's Brain! - Requires level 20 (level 26 recommended)
Questgiver: Tinkmaster Overspark in Tinkertown
2650 experience
The Day After - Requires level 20 (level 27 recommended)
Questgiver: Gnoarn in Tinkertown
220 experience
Gnogaine - Requires level 20 (level 27 recommended)
Questgiver: Ozzie Togglevolt in Kharanos
22 Silver and 2200 experience
Leads to: "The only Cure is More Green Glow"
The Only Cure is More Green Glow - Requires level 24 (level 30 recommended)
Questgiver: Ozzie Togglevolt in Kharanos
25 silver and 2450 experience
Data Rescue - Requires level 25 (level 30 recommended)
Questgiver: Master Mechanic Castpipe in Tinkertown
25 silver, an Uncommon quality item, and 3650 experience
Essential Artificials - Requires level 24 (level 30 recommended)
Questgiver: Klockmort Spannerspan in Tinkertown
55 silver and 3050 experience
Gyrodrillmatic Excavationators - Requires level 20 (level 30 recommended)
Questgiver: Shoni the Shilent in The Dwarven District of Stormwind
2450 experience and an Uncommon quality item
The Grand Betrayal - Requires level 20 (level 30 recommended)
Questgiver: High Tinker Mekkatorque in Tinkertown
2750 experience, 35 Silver, and a Rare quality item
The Sparklematic 5200
Questgiver: use the Sparklematic 5200
2450 experience
Grime-Encrusted Ring - Requires level 28 (level 34 recommended)
Questgiver: Grime-Encrusted Ring
2700 experience
A Fine Mess - Requires level 24 (level 30 recommended)
Questgiver: Kernobee in Gnomeregan
2450 experience and an Uncommon quality item
Return of the Ring - Requires level 28 (level 34 recommended)
Questgiver: The Sparklematic 5200
2700 experience
Instance Loot

Acidic Walkers
Charged Gear
Electrocutioner Lagnut
Electrocutioner Leg
Electromagnetic Gigaflux Reactivator
Emissary Cuffs
Glass Shooter
Grubbis Paws
Manual Crowd Pummeler
Royal Diplomatic Scepter
Thermaplugg's Central Core
Thermaplugg's Left Arm
Toxic Revenger
Design: Citrine Pendant of Golden Healing
Gnomebot Operating Boots
Gnomeregan Band
Green Winter Hat
Gyromatic Icemaker
Spidertank Oilrag
Notes, Tips, & Additional Info
Also known as GR, Gnome, and Gnomer.
Grime encrusted objects can be washed in the Sparkle-o-matics for random junk, and sometimes green necklaces or rings. Since the area is filled with alliance-friendly npcs, Horde players will have to fight their way in.
Alarm-o-bots will happen upon your party from time to time, destroy these ASAP or risk being attacked by a lot of enemies that drop nothing.
There is a special type of robot in Gnomeregan that has the ability to put up a shield that reflects magic back to the caster. Spell users should watch for it and hold off on their spells until it disapears.
The Dark Iron Agents who appear near the end of Gnomeregan are very well some of the deadliest NPCs there. They will drop land mines every now and then. When you see these land mines, DISABLE THEM IMMEDIATELY BY ATTACKING THEM! They have only 200hp, but they inflict over 400 damage on everyone nearby. Assign someone to destroy them and make a macro to target them.
There is a backdoor into Gnomeregan. The door is unlocked with the Workshop Key carried by the Electrocutioner 6000. The lock can also be picked by a rogue. The backdoor is inside the Train Depot near Techbot- just walk straight forward instead of turning to the left. On the other side of the first big room, the backdoor is ready to be opened.
If you are part of the Alliance, you and your party can rest safely in the Clean Room; you can sell picked up and Sparkle-o-matic items to a local merchant, or even mail items to others at the mailbox.
It may take a longer time to get a group for Gnomeregan together, as many people do not like to run this instance.
This instance is very rarely run by Horde groups, and some of the dropped items are coveted by level 29 twinks, which makes some of the BoE drops in there, as well as the Discombobulator Ray very lucrative on the Horde or Cross-Faction Auction House.
Binary punch card translations: The blocks of 1s and 0s that appear in the description page when you interact with different machines actually have meaning. They are binary representations of ASCII text. A few examples listed here
Recipe: Mechanical ChickSoup
Thrall and Jaina sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G