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7-14-2008 @ 4:16PM
jwbowyer, unfortunately, most of the things to which the article on ley lines refers are not present in WoW. For example, there are no hot springs represented in Mulgore. You will notice that most of the ley lines and runic patterns described are marked with "MM&M", which is "More Magic and Mayhem", a book for the tabletop RPG. While it is interesting lore, and could be useful for players on roleplaying servers (not that anybody RPs anything particular to WoW like that anymore), it has no effects on gameplay beyond the design of the world.
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