Being the place where Galakrond last dropped from the sky, it is near here where the Great Aspects were born.
By the time the Alliance and Horde arrived in Northrend to strike at the Lich King, a taunka woman named Buniq, seeking a relic, arrived here. She tried to climb a giant skeleton but was killed by a magnataur who impaled her on a giant arrow. Seeking her love, Akiak, with the help of Trag Highmountain, came here and found her body as well as the skeleton of Galakrond. A nearby bone fragment from the proto-dragon's skull drew Trag's attention and felt its power.
Wrath of the Lich King
The Scourge later came to this massive boneyard and tried to raise Galakrond into undeath.
Hour of Twilight
Seemingly abandoned by the undead since the Wyrmrest Accord's efforts to halt the operation, the graveyard served as a rendezvous point with red drakes from Wyrmrest during the final events of the war against Deathwing. Twilight agents appeared, trying to stop Thrall and his companions from reaching the temple. The ambushers are led by Asira Dawnslayer.
Dawn of the Aspects
After a rather pointless meeting between the former Dragon Aspects, Kalecgos found himself drawn to Galakrond's Rest. He found an artifact of an octagon shape, which was made of a metal he didn't recognize and surrounded by a lavender aura. Afraid that Galakrond would suddenly spring to life, Kalecgos returned to the Nexus with the artifact.
Later he would return to get rid of the item, as it had tormented him with visions of prehistoric Azeroth and Galakrond. Kalecgos met Buniq, who said that some things should not remain buried. As she left, Kalecgos found a severed hand in the snow beneath Galakrond. It was grey and too large to be a humans, covered in the remains of a glove. An object which looked to be glass was held in the palm of the hand, and it fit into the artifact Kalecgos had found earlier perfectly.