1. Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland At the bottom of Victoria Street looking down the Grassmarket towards the castle. Sitting atop miles of vaults 600 years old and 4 floors down. An assassin's dream come true! 2. Bibury, The Cotswolds, England This area in the midlands is popular with commuters and is basically made up of tiny little towns and villages that look like they haven't been touched in 400 years. Perfect place to hand in and receive those pointless errands and repeatable quests an ascended/demi-god/hero like you and not a 12 year old ought to be doing. 3. San Gimignano, Tuscany, Italy This Medieval town survives fully intact and populated, located about 25 miles outside of Florence in the Tuscany region of Italy. Try not to upset the guards while you're here, OK? 4. Door to Hell, Derweze, Turkmenistan This blaze has been alight since 1972 due to a drilling site collapsing into a cavern filled with natural gas. Soviet scientists anticipated that the fuel would run out in a few days but the fire is still going 4 decades later. When the final expansion comes out, this is where the big bad will be. 5. Hanging Monastery, Mount Heng, Shanxi, China Built 1,500 years ago, this Buddhist monastery survives today and is a popular tourist attraction. It's that guild HQ you just haven't quite saved up enough for just yet. One day though... 6. Potala Palace, Tibet, China Potala Palace was the chief and official residence of the Dalai Lama until he fled Tibet following the 1959 uprising. Faction capital? Hell yeah! 7. Pagoda Forest, Mount Song, Henan, China The Shaolin Monastery sits atop this mountain in Henan Province, China. The pagoda forest rests about 300 metres west of the monastery. Invisible elites. Beware. 8. Tianmen Mountain, Hunan, China Heaven's Gate in Hunan Province, China. A natural mountain formation at the top of 999 steps. Climb down carefully, be wary of falling damage! 9. Reed Flute Cavern, Guilin, China Think of the epic boss fight you could wipe and re-wipe on in here!