Notice: Unless stated otherwise, the graphical resources uploaded to this site are NOT for commercial use. One of the chests on the map below (marked with a 7) contains a Burden of Eternity, which you can use to obtain an itemlevel 535 item. Alright, we're going to begin our journey in the NW part of the Timeless Isle, slightly NE of the Horde camp. Head NE towards Mossgreen Lake from Old Pi'jiu, but make a bit stop along the way at a tree stump near yet another Death Adder mob - the first "3" chest is on top of the tree stump.
Check out the WoWDB page for Highwind Albatross to see a very accurate display of their flight route. As I did once before, I included one of the earlier chests (a "3") in this section instead of its group's section. From this spot, head south to the edge of the cliff (don't jump), and then head west along the outside edge of the Ordon Sanctuary. This section of the guide is a bit separate because, unlike the rest of the guide, it can be done multiple times.
The next chest we'll cover is the far eastern one, out on the pirate ship: Gleaming Treasure Satchel. For Rope-Bound Treasure Chest, head back up into the Firewalker Ruins, proceed through it and across the bridge into The Blazing Way, and right before the next bridge, look to your right and you will see a series of ropes. Edit 4 (October 7th, 2013): Added a TomTom coordinate to the 'tier 1 group 1' section that I forgot to include (it was already included in the big list though). I am immensely conflicted between my desire to have an adventure of discovery and coming across all of these secrets and special things on my own, and my desire to get goodies, achievements and such in a timely manner versus other farmers on a relativly busy server. If World of Warcraft has taught me anything, it's that teaching a crowd something is far harder than teaching individuals. The trick of selling a FFA-PvP MMO is creating the illusion among gankers that they are respectable fighters while protecting them from respectable fights, as their less skilled half would be massacred and quit instead of “HTFU” as they claim. With these chests in mind, I'm somewhat happy that the connected realms feature will not go live until some time after the launch of Patch 5.4.
When Fenn was only nine years old, he found an arrowhead near his home in Texas—an arrowhead that would shape the rest of his life.
When the 1980s hit, Fenn was diagnosed with kidney cancer and told he would only have a few years to live. For many Americans in the late 1800s, traveling west and striking it rich by finding gold didn’t seem like an absurd idea.
According to some experts, Captain Grant Marsh was in charge of the Far West, a steamboat making its way up the Bighorn River to resupply General George Custer in his fight against the Indians. Experts believe a large tide from the Gulf of California collided with runoff from the Colorado River. Confederate Commander Colonel John Singleton Mosby was one sneaky fighter during the Civil War. After one of his many raids, which took place about 75 kilometers (46 mi) south of the Confederate line at Culpeper, Virginia, Mosby took Union General Edwin Stoughton prisoner, as well as a burlap sack containing $350,000 worth of gold, silver, and family heirlooms.
Following a route that parallels today’s US 211, Mosby’s Raiders traveled south until they ran into a large contingency of Union soldiers.
Unfortunately for Mosby, when he sent back seven of his most trusted men, they were all caught and hanged. Jean LaFitte, along with his brother Pierre, were French pirates who made their living attacking merchant ships in the Gulf of Mexico and then selling the goods at one of their many ports or through a warehouse they owned.
After LaFitte died sometime between 1823 and 1830, legend of his treasures began circulating around Louisiana. Being an outlaw means you have money, and everyone knows John Dillinger had a lot of money. Just two months later, Dillinger was shot to death in Chicago, never getting the chance to go back to find the money.
In 1622, the Spanish galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha was heading back to Spain when it was caught in a hurricane off the coast of Key West. In 1712, Spain assembled one of the richest treasure fleets to ever be assembled at that time. The plan for the ships was to leave from Cuba for the mainland just before hurricane season hit, hoping the hurricane season would be a deterrent to pirates and privateers.
Since then, seven of the ships have been recovered, but experts believe only a small amount of the valuables on the ships has been found. The one ship that has yet to be found is the San Miguel—the ship that experts believe contains most of the treasure. Let me begin by saying that the article was meant to be more of a primer, or introduction rather than a treatise on the subject.
I started researching secret drawers and hidden compartments about two years ago for a presentation at the sadly defunct WoodWorks shows. Really, like most woodworkers, I’ve had an interest is secret compartments for as long as I can remember. Consequently, I’d like to begin something today that will take shape over the next few months. First off, the idea of showing every conceivable secret drawer is impossible and rather contrary to the notion of secret drawers in the first place. If you find yourself puzzling out a place to put a secret in your next project, please send me some photos. Be sure to email us all your photos of your favorite secret drawers and don’t forget to drink your Ovaltine!
I love learning about this topic and viewing how different every cabinetmakers imagination let them take this. What I find really cool is not so much where they placed the hidden compartment but the mechanics some used to open them.
Has anyone tried combining ‘secret drawer’ techniiques with basic puzzle boxes concepts? The map on the front page is a slight oversimplification - it includes all the chests, but it doesn't explain exactly how they all work as well. Finding all of the 'one-time' chests (all of the chests on the map marked with numbers) will net you the achievement Treasure, Treasure Everywhere. Pick up all of the chests marked with a "1" on the map above using the waypoint macro below.
Afterwards, follow the chain of "2" chests along the cliff wall and along the southern shore. The next "3" chest is at the bottom of Mossgreen Lake, slightly north of the lake's center. It is extremely inconvenient to get it before now, so I recommend picking it up after you finish with the rest of the "4" chests. It is located in the middle of the Gulp Frogs' area, but their aggro range is low enough that this actually isn't very difficult to get.
Note that you can currently bypass the need for an Albatross by mounting up in fatigue waters, flying up stupidly high, throwing yourself at the zone-border like an angry bird (which causes you to dismount), and using a Goblin Glider from engineering or the new Golden Glider item available in sets of 5 for 1000 Timeless Coins at The Celestial Court from Ku-Mo. While entry across the main bridge is a non-option for most users, you can use the Highwind Albatross or Golden Glider as suggested above.
Attempting to enter the main courtyard of the Ordon Sanctuary without a legendary cloak will teleport back to The Celestial Court, so be careful not to enter the front entrance. You will need to clear out the pirates on the ship, and this could be difficult if you are heavily undergeared since they pull in packs of 3-4 and have a few million HP each, so I really just recommend avoiding this chest if you don't have the gear - there's nothing worth dying for. For the first one, Gleaming Treasure Chest, head up into the Firewalker Ruins and take an immediate left after heading through the arch - look out over the cliff and you'll see a series of pillars.

Drop down to the large "peg" that the highest rope is tied to and begin your tightrope walk! Unlike macros, Paste has no character limit, so when you run the code from Paste, it will populate the entire Timeless Isle map with chests without the need for multiple macros or lots of alt-tabbing back and forth.
Bookmark this and share with your friends if they get stuck on a chest, don't like treasure hunting, or want a fast way to run series of alts through it. With his mortality looking him right in the face, Fenn decided to hide his most beloved artifacts and give everyone the clues to find his treasure, which he estimates to hold $1–3 million worth of gold, jewelry, and other valuable artifacts.
When Captain Marsh heard of General Custer’s defeat and found out he would have to take injured men away from the battlefield, the only thing he could do to keep the ship from sinking under the weight of so many injured men was to bury the $375,000 worth of gold bars on the shores of the Bighorn River. Enough water runoff developed that the ship (presumed to be Spanish) was carried into the Salton Sea. In 1870, the Los Angeles Star produced a story about a man named Charley Clusker who went out in search of the ship and actually found the treasure. He and his men were known as Mosby’s Raiders for their lightning-quick raids of Union camps and their ability to elude the Union Army by blending in with the local townspeople. The problem was, Mosby had also captured 42 other men during the raid and had to take them back through Union territory and across the Confederate line.
Unwilling to part with his treasure, Mosby instructed his men to bury the treasure between two large pine trees in case of a battle.
Legend has it that in 1816, Beale and a few men he was traveling with came into a large sum of gold and silver while mining somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. At this point, if Beale did not return for the box, a key to the cipher was supposed to be mailed to Morriss. Apparently, the two brothers were so good at smuggling and pirating that they amassed enough wealth that they had to resort to burying some it.
Claims have been made that there are large caches of treasure buried somewhere in Lake Borgne, right off the coast of New Orleans, and another about five kilometers (three miles) east of the Old Spanish Trail near the Sabine River in a gum tree grove. He was such an outlaw that he even formed an outlaw group, called the Wild Bunch, to travel with him, robbing whomever they felt like.
FBI agents found out they were hiding in the Little Bohemia Lodge in Mercer, Wisconsin, and they surrounded Dillinger, along with “Baby Face” Nelson and the other men.
Many ships perished in the hurricane, all of which were carrying an enormous cargo of gold, silver, and gems that has been valued to fetch around $700 million today. In 1985, treasure hunter Mel Fisher found $500 million of the buried treasure less than 160 kilometers (100 mi) off the coast of Key West. The original captain’s manifest states there are still about 17 tons of silver bars, 128,000 coins of different values, 27 kilos of emeralds, and 35 boxes of gold. By 1715, Spain had amassed a fleet of 11 ships, all filled to the brim with silver, gold, pearls, and jewels, which are estimated to be worth about $2 billion by today’s standards. Well, most of the ships that have been found have been located off the eastern shores of Florida, although some of the ships may have made it farther out to sea before sinking.
There’s only so much one can cover in a four or five page article that includes photographs. Once I began the research in earnest, it seemed logical to me to make the leap to writing the article for the magazine.
I’m building a rather large collection of photographs of secret drawers and hidden compartments.
For those who are unfamilar with what a tea caddy is, long before Thomas Lipton began selling tea in bags we, the little people of the world, needed a place to keep our tea leaves. Sure, someone once kept tea in the two interior compartments but they’re noticeable as soon as you lift the lid. Now, the next photo is a bit dark but hopefully you can see how the sliding side is constructed. Join us next time for the further adventures of (in my best booming radio announcer voice)”De-Mystifying Secret Drawers”! Now I can prove to my wife that I’m not the only character around with what she thinks to be a rather odd interest in building secret cubbyholes in everything I make. She’s often there alone and in the town where her office is located, I fear that she needs self defence possibilities.
When it’s all said and done, I imagine from the Egyptions forward they all fall into several basic categories. In this expanded version I will cover the details of the looting mechanisms of the chests, include a step-by-step guide with TomTom macros, and a long list at the end for use by TomTom users who also run Paste.
If you loot both all three pirate-themed Weekly chests, you will receive the achievement Where There's Pirates, There's Booty, and you can receive the achievement Extreme Treasure Hunter for getting the other three chests, which all require platforming.
Name the macro whatever and leave the icon blank (doesn't matter), and then press CTRL+V in the text box there to paste the code into the macro.
A few of the sneakier chests include the northernmost "1", which is behind a rock on a very small ledge near the water, and the one directly southwest of that (obscuring the letters in the word "Huojin" on the map), which is located underwater in the middle of several Ancient Spineclaws. Note that three of the chests are in houses in Old Pi'jiu, one is underwater at the base of the docks south of Old Pi'jiu, and one is underneath a Death Adder mob slightly west of Old Pi'jiu. All of these chests are pretty obvious, though, like the "3" chests, they are typically surrounded by mobs. Even if you die, the graveyard at Whispershade Hollow is very close and you can just corpse run back and resurrect next to the chest. Inside the cave, there is a hammer to break the cave-in, and outside the cave there is a Tattered Note saying to go to the temple grounds and get a weapon. Every 30 seconds or so (it varies based on player activity), a Highwind Albatross will pass over this spot, and be within 30 yards for a few seconds (one of the few spots on the Isle where this is true). Because it is in the Ordos Sanctuary, and the only other time you have to go there is right now, of course!
Look for the lake on the eastern part of the Ordon Sanctuary - the last "3" chest is next to a small grey statue there. I have an image walkthrough in the comments on the chest's WoWDB page, so check that out for a much better look at what you have to do. Note that you literally CANNOT do this event without having previously opened the Gleaming Treasure Chest and Rope-Bound Treasure Chest. Pirates hid them all the time, sunken ships hold endless amounts of wealth under the sea, and some people are giving away their life savings just for the fun of it. After becoming a pilot in the air force in the 1960s, Fenn regularly flew his plane to Pompeii to look for artifacts, of which he found plenty. Some say that Marsh had collected the gold bars from worried gold miners who didn’t want to be attacked by the Sioux. The ship would have been forgotten forever if it weren’t for the abundance of pearls on board.
But since the date the story ran, no other mention of Clusker or the ship he “found” has been dug up, leading many people to believe the ship and its pearls are still out there. He was essentially like Mel Gibson’s character in The Patriot, but without all of the drama.
Mosby marked the trees with his knife, and the Raiders headed back along their route and across the Confederate line without any trouble from the Union. With such a large fortune, estimated to be around $63 million in today’s money, all of the men wanted to make sure their next of kin would get the money should they perish.
Before the law was hot on his tail, Cassidy and the Wild Bunch actually buried $20,000 somewhere in Irish Canyon, located in the northwestern part of Colorado in Moffat County.
The FBI shot the first three men walking out the door, all three of whom happened to be civilians. Just six days after leaving the shores of Cuba, all of the ships had sunk, thousands of sailors had died, and every bit of gold, silver, and jewelry was doomed to lay at the bottom of the sea.

Sadly, that has yet to happen for me but seeking out pictures of secret compartments has turned into a discovery greater than any I might have found in a piece of furniture. As you can see from the first two photographs, it’s just a simple little box or chest. Also, know that the asterisks in the legend mean that the first chest you open of that 'chest type' will contain additional loot. They still have the name "Moss-Covered Chest", but their loot is better than the previous groups' loot.
Three "1" chests are also located on top of tree stumps, so you may have to zoom your camera back a bit to see them.
You will find all of the remaining "3" chests are near trees or rocks, and all but one are guarded by multiple tigers.
They are around the eastern and southern sides of the cliffs, just like the mirror opposite of the "3" chests. Head to the halfway point on the beach between the two camps, and you will see an icon on your map to the west for the first chest. Head to the area with the ship's wheel (and captain, possibly) and walk up the piece of rope on the right-hand side (you can probably use the left-hand rope if you're a Gnome or Goblin). You need the speed boost from your mount to make the jumps, and they're actually fairly simple if done while mounted. Head up into the Firewalker Ruins, cross the bridge into The Blazing Way, and take to head out to the small cliff with only two bridges on it.
When fewer and fewer men found gold in Middle America, more and more of them continued west. For years, Morriss and a friend tried to decode the three ciphers, but they could only manage the second cipher (the one describing the contents of the treasure).
I realize there isn’t much information out there on the subject but, hopefully, this series will broaden your view of where secrets can be included in pieces. If I can collect enough photographs, I may even try to publish the collection so everyone can learn from this adventure. Keep an eye out for additions to our class schedule for 2010 since we’re going to be adding this project to our Journeyman Level Classes. Even in such a small chest, the cabinet maker decided to show off a little and include a secret drawer.
For example, the first "Tier 1 Group 1" chest you open will -always- contain an epic, even though finding epic tokens normally is pretty rare for a "Tier 1 Group 1" chest. Clicking the macro should add all of the waypoints in that section to your map, and afterwards, you can remove the macro.
When you find one, use its special ability on the cave-in to destroy it and access the Den. Swim out past the icon until the ocean shelf drops off, and then enter the underwater cavern visible at that point.
Note that they have a frontal cone attack that you should definitely move out of, but for some reason they don't indicate this with a cast bar, so watch their animation carefully.
One described the exact location of the treasure, the second described the contents of the treasure, and the third was a list of the men’s names and their next of kin. It is said that Dillinger ran a few hundred meters (yards) north of the roadhouse where he buried $200,000 in small bills inside a suitcase.
The goal is to stimulate your creativity so you can begin to find new, and unique ways to incorporate secrets in your own projects. With that in mind, please don’t send me photographs if you have objection to their publication either on the web or in print. Enter the tea caddy, a small chest designed to keep the tea fresh and dry and all the while looking good sitting in a place of honor.
I’ve seen lots of secret drawers where the joinery is either butted or rabbeted and nailed.
To get off, just attack it again and it will start a battle that will end with you being ejected (either dead or alive based on if you win or lose, of course). In the main "ruins" section there, you will find your first of the two "6" chests right in the middle of the camp, guarded by a pair of Ordon elites.
The jump from the rope to the mast is the hardest part - you will always overshoot if you do it at the very end of the rope, so go to the end of the rope, stand like 5-10 yards back, and jump for it. Interact with the statue you will be teleported a thousand yards up into the air and given a slow fall buff.
Beale then entrusted Robert Morriss, a Lynchburg, Virginia innkeeper, with the safekeeping of a box containing the ciphers. Lots of secret drawers lack the spectacular joinery techniques we’ve come to know and love. These Albatrosses fly in the same pattern constantly around the Isle, so don't fear getting stranded - another Albatross will be along shortly (just watch the range). They aren't too difficult to solo, especially if pulled separately and their abilities are dodged properly, but it may be hard to avoid aggroing all of the other mobs near the chest. After getting the key, head to the bottom floor of the sunken ship, and look under the stairs to find and open the Sunken Treasure. Alternatively, you can go to the end of the rope, and attempt to just walk off it and land on the mast. You will see tons of Mist-Covered Treasure Chests on floating cloud platforms, and the race is on! The drawer wasn’t going to take the abuse that a normal drawer gets so why waste the time dovetailing it unless the customer is willing to pay for it.
Anyway, the first thing you will pass over is a giant cliff, located NE of the Alliance camp. Personally, I just threw myself at the chest, used an AoE CC, looted it, and ran screaming. Simply run up and claim it because the Guardians are just out of aggro range (watch the other mobs, though). The secret drawers were not going to be used by lots of people on a regular basis so why spend the time and effort making a dovetailed drawer? You will see the chest sticking out plain as day, so attack your bird when it flies over the cliff (don't do it too soon or too late).
Afterwards, head across the bridge into The Blazing Way, and hit up the other "6" chest in the ruins there, which are located in the NE corner, using the same strategy as the previous chest. The chest contains a medium amount of Timeless Coins, a few epic tokens, and a guaranteed Burden of Eternity. The Albatross will carry you all the way around the island in a counterclockwise direction, so after around 5 minutes, you will pass over the cliff NE of the Horde camp, where the final "5" chest is located. Some are underwater, some require platforming, and one of them even requires a key from nearby mobs.
Additionally, they all drop large amounts of Lesser Charms of Good Fortune in addition to a medium amount of Timeless Coins and a possible epic token. The southern-most Weekly chest also will contain a Cursed Swabby Helmet the first time you open it.

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