Wrath Classic No Rest For The Wicked (Horde)

No Rest For The Wicked (Horde)

StartKoltira Deathweaver
Requires Level 77
TypeGroup (5)
World questNo
Experience33100 or 19 86 at 80 XP
(this quest may give money at max level)
Rewards[Encrusted Zombie Finger], [Polished Zombie Exterminator], or [Touch of Unlife]
22 20
PreviousNeed More Info
NextNo Rest For The Wicked, The Ironwall Rampart

For the daily quest version, see  [80G5 Daily] No Rest For The Wicked (Horde daily)

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Koltira, aboard Orgrim's Hammer, wants you to slay Alumeth the Ascended at Aldur'thar.

  •  Alumeth the Ascended Defeated

Suggested Players [5]


These fools have actually stumbled upon something that could pose a serious threat to our plans!

The leader of this particular sect, Alumeth, has ritualistically sacrificed himself and now his underlings are channeling power to his soul.

If he's allowed to rest, their efforts will soon transform him into a mighty adversary.

Combine his [heart], [skull], [scepter] and [robes] from around their chamber and use his [remains] on the crystal there.

Hurry, <race>! Destroy him before he becomes any more powerful!


You will be able to choose one of these rewards
[Polished Zombie Exterminator] [Encrusted Zombie Finger]
[Touch of Unlife]

You will also receive: 22 20


Well, friend? Were you successful against Alumeth?


Alumeth has suffered a sound defeat, but I sense that his spirit still lingers...


  • 33100 XP or 19 86 at level 80


The items are all over the room.

After completion, this becomes a daily quest.

Quest progression

  •  [80] Sneak Preview
    •  [80] Drag and Drop (Daily version)
      •  [80] Not a Bug (Daily version)
      •  [80] Need More Info
        •  [80G5] No Rest For The Wicked (Daily version)
          •  [80G5] The Ironwall Rampart
            •  [80G5] Before the Gate of Horror
              •  [80G5] Shatter the Shards
              •  [80G5] The Guardians of Corp'rethar
    •  [80] Chain of Command
    •  [80] Cannot Reproduce
      •  [80] Retest Now (Daily version)


The name No Rest for the Wicked is a reference to the Book of Isaiah in the Old Testament of the Bible, from which the phrase was made famous.