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Treasure chest

A chest is a world object that can typically be found near various humanoid encampments. The contents of the chest vary with its level and apart from a leveled amount of money it will usually be comprised of tradeskill materials, food and drink, or the occasional piece of equipment.

Opening chests takes a bit of time, and chests cannot be opened while in battle. Some chests may be locked, and will need to be opened with a key, an explosive charge made by Engineers, or by a rogue's Lockpicking ability. Opening chests will usually draw aggro from nearby unfriendly and hostile enemies.

Opening a chest without looting it will make it disappear after 5 minutes.[citation needed]

Since Patch 2.1, lootable world objects (such as chests) follow group loot rules, meaning that group members would be able to distribute loot found in chests just as they would on drops from ordinary mobs.

Azeroth chests are traditional treasure chests. In outland, they are much more subtle, so Dwarves Track Treasure comes very handy.

Sadly, no chests are planted in Northrend.

τCommon Loot-containing chests
NameLevel Range
[Battered Chest]5+
[Tattered Chest]5+
[Solid Chest]10+
[Large Battered Chest]Instances, 15+
[Large Solid Chest]Instances, 18+
[Large Iron Bound Chest] (locked)Instances, 18+
[Large Mithril Bound Chest] (locked)Instances, 39+
[Large Mithril Bound Chest] (locked)Instances, 58+
[Fel Iron Chest]Bc icon Zones
[Bound Fel Iron Chest] (locked)Bc icon Instances, 60+
[Adamantite Bound Chest]Bc icon Zones
[Heavy Fel Iron Chest]Bc icon Zones
[Felsteel Chest]Bc icon Zones
[Solid Fel Iron Chest]Bc icon Instances
[Bound Adamantite Chest] (locked)Bc icon Instances
[Bound Adamantite Chest] (locked)Bc icon Instances
[Solid Adamantite Chest]Bc icon Instances, Heroic
τLocked Chests (from Fishing)
Item Level Item Orange Yellow Green Grey
20 [Small Locked Chest] 1  ?  ?  ?
30 [Sturdy Locked Chest] 70  ?  ?  ?
45 [Ironbound Locked Chest] 175  ?  ?  ?
55 [Reinforced Locked Chest] 250  ? 300 <300
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