World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Maces – Part 3

We are now on the third part of this article series entirely dedicated to discussing maces – one of the weapon categories in the world’s most popular game. World of Warcraft has long since been noticed for its unique weapons that are reminiscent of ordinary real life weapons. The armory of the game (of course it should not be taken too literally) is filled with powerful weapons as well as weaker ones. In this same light, maces present a unique method of helping the character win a game. Maces come in various sizes but not in form as they all have long rods and a heavy metal (or any heavy material) at the end. Moreover, maces can smash the enemy to a fatal point. Some maces even have the ability to crack the shields of characters. WoW maces are no doubt powerful and are very useful for characters who want to succeed in regular fights. Here, we shall continue discussing this weapon category in World of Warcraft.

 


 

Ardent Custodian

The Ardent Custodian is a very good and handy weapon for any player that goes tanking. When using the Ardent Custodian, your offhand slot is left open so you can equip more armor to your character. The Ardent Custodian was added to the game in patch 1.11.1 and has been used by many players since then in tanking (not so much in leveling up). It is a one hand weapon with item level 43 and a player level requirement of 38. It binds when equipped and increase the dodge rating of the character by 7 or 0.88%. Its speed is rated at 2.10 and it can inflict 32.9 damage per second equivalent to 48 – 90 damage. Its durability rating is also very high which adds to its cool points. The Ardent Custodian is a WoW weapon that is coveted by many but is rarely being dropped. You can buy this WoW item for 2 Gold, 15 Silver, and 33 Bronze. It was dropped by 90 characters which includes the following:

  • Blood Steward of Kirtonos at Scholomance
  • Risen Warrior at Scholomance
  • Thorn Eater Ghoul at Razorfen Downs
  • Ravaged Cadaver at Stratholme
  • Twilight Trapper at Thousand Needles
  • Death’s Head Necromancer at Razorgen Downs
  • Plagued Swine at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Splinterbone Centurion at Razorfen Downs
  • Scourge Guard at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Gusting Vortex at Tanaris
  • Wretched Pathstrider at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Scourge Siege Engineer at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Southsea Scoundrel at Tanaris
  • Crusader Lord Valdelmar at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Ghostly Citizen at Stratholme
  • Rohan the Assassin (The Scarlet Crusade)
  • Southsea Dock Worker
  • Infected Mossflayer at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Blisterpaw Hyena at Tanaris
  • Skeletal Berserker at Stratholme
  • Mossflayer Scout at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Overstuffed Golem at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Risen Bonewarder at Scholomance
  • Sandfury Axe Thrower at Tanaris
  • Southsea Swashbuckler at Tanaris
  • Death’s Head Geomancer at Razforfen Downs
  • Scourge Soldier at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Splinterbone Warrior at Razorfen Downs
  • Withered Spearhide at Razorfen Downs
  • Mossflayer Shadowhunter at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Glasshide Basilisk at Tanaris
  • Plaguehound Runt at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Sandfury Shadowcaster at Zul’Farrak
  • Scarlet Praetorian at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Southsea Sailor at Thousand Needles
  • Carrion Grub at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Dark Adept at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Sandfury Firecaller at Tanaris
  • Deadwood Warrior at Felwood
  • Death Lash at Dire Maul
  • Death Singer at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Diseased Ghoul at Scholomance
  • Dread Weaver at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Dustbelcher Instructor at Badlands
  • Gibbering Ghoul at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Gordokk Mastiff at Dire Maul
  • Ironbark Protector at Dire Maul
  • Nerubian Sycophant at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Petrified Treant at Dire Maul
  • Risen Guard at Scholomance
  • Jaedenar Guardian at Felwood
  • Gromtotem Reaver at Thousand Needles
  • Scarlet Peasant at the Plaguelands: The Scarlet Enclave
  • Scalding Whelp at Badlands
  • Searing Hatchling at Dustwallow Marsh
  • Shadowforge Chanter at Badlands
  • Stonemaul Spirit at Dustwallow Marsh
  • Unseen Servant at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Withered Battle Boar at Razorfen Downs
  • Wretched Woodsman at Eastern Plaguelands
  • Wildspawn Hellcaller at Dire Maul

 

Ascendant’s Scepter

The Ascendant’s Scepter is something that looks like it is made out of ebony. It looks regal and yet it exudes power. This beautiful WoW mace was added to the game armory via patch 2.1.0 and has since been used by players in medium difficulty battles. This level 120 item will bind to level 70 players when equipped. It will enhance the character’s intellect by 24, spirit by 24, and stamina by 36. It can inflict damage from 38 to 72 or 32.6 damage per second with its speed of 1.70. It is naturally fast and it is fascinating but its durability is not. It has a very low durability rating and it is disappointing for such a capable weapon. This main hand mace sells for 7 Gold, 46 Silver, and 32 Bronze. It was also dropped by about 200 characters including:

  • Braxxus at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Obsidia at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Rivendark at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Ethereum Prisoner at Netherstorm
  • The Grand Collector at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Shadikith the Glider at Karazhan
  • Nether Scryer at The Eye
  • Arcane Watchman at Karazhan
  • Lair Brute at Gruul’s Lair
  • Mo’ard Incinerator at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Zarcsin at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Galvanoth at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Gargantuan Abyssal at The Arcatraz
  • Doom Lord Kazzak at Hellfire Peninsula
  • Shadowsword Lifeshaper at Sunwel Plateau
  • Maiden of Virtue at Karazhan
  • Illidari Blood Lord at the Black Temple
  • Crystalcore Devastator at The Eye
  • Sister of Pleasure at Serpentshrine Cavern
  • Promenade Sentinel at the Black Temple
  • Tempest-Forge Destroyer at The Mechanar
  • Oblivion Mage at Sunwell Plateau
  • Bonechewer Taskmaster at the Black Temple
  • Ashtongue Mystic at the Black Temple
  • Bash’ir Spell-Thief at Blade’s EdgeMountains
  • Ethereal Spellfilcher at Karazhan
  • Shadowmoon Grunt at the Black Temple
  • Painbringer at Sunwell Plateau
  • Frost Wyrm at Hyjal Summit
  • Illidari Nightlord at the Black Temple
  • Greyheart Shield-Bearer at Serpentshrine Cavern
  • Crimson Hand Inquisitor at The Eye
  • Illidari Assassin at the Black Temple
  • Chaos Gazer at Sunwell Plateau
  • Ethereum Smuggler at Magisters’ Terrace
  • Rift Keeper at The Black Morass
  • Spectral Retainer at Karazhan
  • Apocalypse Guard at Sunwell Plateau
  • Shadowsword Assassin at Sunwell Plateau
  • Spell Shade at Karazhan
  • Thorngrin the Tender at The Botanica
  • Underbog Colossus at Serpentshrine Cavern
  • Sister of Torment at The Black Morass
  • Skeletal Usher at Karazhan
  • Coilfang Serpentguard at Serpentshrine Cavern
  • Tempest-Forge Patroller at The Mechanar
  • Sister of Pain at The Black Temple
  • Hand of Gorefiend at The Black Temple
  • Shadow Pillager at Karazhan
  • Dragonmaw Wyrmcaller at The Black Temple
  • Tarren Mill Protector at Old Hillsbrad Foothills
  • Aqueous Lord at the Black Temple
  • Crystalcore Mechanic at The Eye
  • Coilfang Fathom-Witch at Serpentshrine Cavern
  • The Big Bad Wolf at Karazhan
  • Giant Infernal at Hyjal Summit
  • Shadowmoon Weapon Master at the Black Temple
  • Socrethar at Netherstorm
  • Priestess of Torment at Sunwell Plateau
  • Crimson Hand Blood Knight at The Eye
  • Bloodwarder Squire at The Eye
  • Shadowmoon Champion at the Black Temple
  • Hyakiss the Lurker at Karazhan
  • Tempest Falconer at The Eye
  • Priestess of Dementia at the Black Temple
  • Shadowmoon Houndmaster at the Black Temple
  • Bonechewer Blade Fury at the Black Temple
  • Twilight Drakonaar at The Arcatraz
  • Coilfang Hate-Screamer at Serpentshrine Cavern

The Ascendant’s Scepter is the same model as:

  • Fist of Reckoning (level 88 item, level 61 players)
  • Will of the Fallen Exarch (level 115 item, level 70 players)
  • Boneshredder Mace (level 108 item, level 66 players)
  • Mace of the Sin’dorei Spirit (level 51 item, level 49 players)

 

Bashguuder

Bashguuder is a one hand World of Warcraft mace that looks scary and heavy. This level 60 item will bind to level 55 characters as soon as it is picked up. The Bashguuder will automatically increase the character’s strength by 10 when it binds. Furthermore, the Bashguuder can puncture the armor of the target that gives 200 damage for up to 3 times. The speed of the Bashguuder is 2.60 and it can inflict 39.6 damage per second or from 71 to 134 total damage. Drability wise, the Bashguuder has quite a high durability but it is still not at par at some of the best maces in World of Warcraft. It is sold for 5 Gold, 19 Silver, and 45 Bronze and was dropped by Ghok Bashguard.

  • Bludstone Hamer (level 61 item, level 56 players)
  • Bonechill Hammer (level 45 item, level 40 players)
  • Dire Maul (level 44 item, level 39 players)
  • Terokk’s Gavel (level 115 item, level 70 players)
  • Terrokk’s Nightmace (level 115 item, level 68 players)

 

You Are Welcome To Read :

World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Maces Part 1
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Maces Part 2
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Maces Part 4
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Maces Part 5
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Maces Part 6
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Maces Part 7
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