Shadowfang Keep is a dungeon in the World of Warcraft game. The level range for the normal dungeon is 22-26. The only achievements you can get in this dungeon are the ones for completing. There are no achievements awards for individual boss encounters for making him to do something. Classic raids and dungeons only had one mode and that was normal. Heroic level versions of the dungeon started in the Wrath of the Lich King expansion. Starting in Cataclysm and onwards, Heroic level dungeons were introduced for the highest level.The location of the entrance to Shadowfang Keep is in the Silverpine Forest zone on the continent of Eastern Kingdoms. The dungeon contains 6 bosses. The end boss of Shadowfang Keep is Lord Godfrey.
Shadowfang Keep is a low level dungeon that was roughly for Alliance what Deadmines was for the Horde. What I mean by that, is that to get to the dungeon, the group would have had to have travelled through many highish level zones to get to. It would have meant quite a few deaths to get there. If you was trying for the Ironman achievement, you could forget it. The Ironman achievement is to get from level 1 to max without dying and only wearing gear that is uncommon (white or grey). With the creation of Looking For Group tool, it is no longer a pain to get to the dungeon, just use the tool to get to the dungeon.
The location of Shadowfang Keep is to the north of the Great Gilneas Wall that blocked off the city and zone of Gilneas from the rest of the Azerothians. Shadowfang Keep is the home of Lord Godfrey who put the curse on the Gilneans and made them turn into Werewolves. The object of the dungeon is to get to the top and kill Lord Godfrey, an undead practitioner of the dark side of magic.
During 'Love is in the Air' week, based around Valentines Day and takes place around the 14th February every year. In addition to a ring that drops drops during this time, the Big Love Rocket also drops for lucky patron.
Worgens are the main antagonists in the dungeon and also protagonists, as they appear every so often to give you a new challenge and suggest where to go.