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Monday, August 30, 2010

One Journey Ends

So we have come to the end our journey, having walked once more the well-beaten paths and strayed far from them in turn. Though some may fear what lies ahead, and all the change that is sure to surround us, we know now that Azeroth is place not only of beauty, but of enormous power. It is not the magic or the mayhem that belies such a force, but the very people who bring life to this World of Warcraft. I shall see you on the other side. ~Kallah Dreamsong

6 comments:

  1. I recently went back to WoW for a short period (having played several years back)only to find it 'lacking'in every sense of the word. It appears to now be overrun with adolecent "locker room mentality", with Goldshire Inn seemingly being the center "puberty pickup place". While it is sad to see the overall player attitude so changed, it is even sadder to witness all the beautiful sites that were...now destroyed. Whatever beauty and pleasure that was once a part of World of Warcraft has truly met with a "cataclysm" in every way. HOWEVER ... "thank you" for preserving what you have. It serves as a memorial to what a great place World of Warcraft used to be.

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  2. Thank you so much for capturing these breathtaking shots of World of Warcraft.

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  3. I just spent the last few hours going through this blog and it is truly phenomenal. You did an absolutely outstanding job with this very time consuming and ambitious project. I actually have not played WoW since about 2006, even before BC came out but your great work and small write-ups captured what a amazing, realized world Azeroth was the way I remember it. I was absolutely swelling with nostalgia going through each page, each location brought back so many memories. For the last 6 years I have had temptations of going back to WoW but I honestly fear how different it may be in its current form. I love the memories I have of the game and the world as I knew it and really don't think I should even risk ruining my fondness if I don't like what I come to find. Again though, I really enjoyed this and thank you for the time you put into this.

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  4. i am going to cry lol. this is a masterpiece you magnificent bastard. i wasn't going to leave a comment but i wanted to tell you how much i appreciate this website. thank you for your work, I am happy somebody sees the art and beauty in this virtual world

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  5. So much nostalgia in one sitting. I sat here for a good hour just reading, and I hate reading. Absolutely amazing.

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