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Postby Lihonessa » Tue Jan 27, 2009 10:25 am

It was Wintergrasp earlier. :(
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Postby kozom1234 » Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:03 pm

Lihonessa wrote:It was Wintergrasp earlier. :(


prob. was i believe you (no sarcasm i really do)

Bit of a difference though still huh? Peaceful goblin town with hyjal close by...or hordes of elementals trying to kill you when its "peaceful" and hordes of giant robots and players when it's not o.0


EDIT; oh yeah, i would live in grizzly hills btw b/c i would love to fly.
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Postby Redneckizm » Wed Jan 28, 2009 11:28 am

Howling Fjord or Grizzly Hills,

Nice countryside, plenty of firewood and wild game to hunt (LOLTurkeys?!), great fishing... Peaceful mood music... Close to the Coast or the Snow... Shooting firecrackers at the tree bats... stealing Proto drake eggs... Slappin donkeys... good times for all!

Need to thin out the Wolf and Spider population some, I can Fjordge a peace treaty with the Valkryl
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Postby Lihonessa » Thu Jan 29, 2009 2:04 am

Redneckizm wrote:plenty of firewood and wild game to hunt (LOLTurkeys?!)


Hunting turkeys shouldn't be so hard, they somehow instantly turn into a fully plucked and cooked meal when they die. :P
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Postby kozom1234 » Thu Jan 29, 2009 5:08 am

Lihonessa wrote:
Redneckizm wrote:plenty of firewood and wild game to hunt (LOLTurkeys?!)


Hunting turkeys shouldn't be so hard, they somehow instantly turn into a fully plucked and cooked meal when they die. :P



duh, the same way fire can be crystallized....MAGIC! there's anceint invisbale turkey mages who prepare the turkey when they die as a sign of repect, read up on your lore, liho :wink:

seriously, Grizzly hills seems like my #1 choice since i would LOVE to fly around in all those trees.
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Postby Rae » Thu Jan 29, 2009 7:12 am

I'd like to live in Mulgore or Grizzly Hills. Not too hot, not too cold and it rains on occasion - unlike Durotar.
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Postby frodofrodo » Sat Jan 31, 2009 3:48 am

kozom1234 wrote:
Lihonessa wrote:
ZhakoT wrote:Winterspring- I love snow :D:D:D:D


Do you also enjoy legions of Alliance/Horde troops that will bash your skull in multiple times a day?




winterspring= by moonglade and friendly (well, it's neutral like GZ, and no one goes there anymore)


winterGRASP= PvP zone lihonessa :wink:


EDIT: and if you like snow why not ironforge? Your get a city AND snow!
Winterspring = real snow.
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