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6-04-2008 @ 3:32PM
Two Questions:There is one quest chain that always made me wonder but I never got around to looking into finishing/finding the background info of.The Shady Rest Inn in Duskwallow Swamp. I've done a few of those quests on Alliance and Horde, and so far the best I could figure out is, the black shield left above the fireplace mantle (for a reason I never found out) was designed to be held by something as big as a tauren (alliance interpretation) or ogre (horde interpretation.)Wanna explain the rest of the story behind the Shady Rest Inn?The other question is the Tomb/Memorial of Terenas Menethil. I was once on a forum that was discussing about who built it, when was it built, about it. Sort of, it's probably not a tomb and more of a memorial since the urn that held Terena's ashes were held by Uther before Arthas took it. Was it built as the humans were undersiege by the scourge (in a Balin's Tomb of LotR kind of fashion)? Was it built by the Forsaken? That thought came up because Arthas built the Undercity, and since the "tomb" is on the way to the Undercity, you wonder why he didn't bother to, well, desecrate it. On the otherhand, Uther's tomb is desecrate-proof as seen by the 55 Horde WPL quest where you basically piss on Uther's tomb, so it might have been built by the same people who built Uther's tomb. But why holy protect an empty tomb (since Terenas' Urn was taken by Arthas from Uther)?
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