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7-19-2008 @ 2:49AM
I doubt that overworld map of the 3 continents is real. It's missing the extended version of Silithus compared to the current map. Also there seem to be an extension off the Eastern Kingdoms continent near the K in Kingdoms which is unexplained. The area near Stonetalon is extended on the current map on Azeroth. And of course the obvious lack of Isle of Quel'Danas on the new map. Unless they are removing all this content in WotLK, I still stand by the claim of a fake map.
7-19-2008 @ 3:35AM
I don't know, I think it fits quite well. If it was designed before patch 2.4, then Quel'Danas would not be shown. The extension on the Eastern Kingdoms is for Stormwind Harbor - something that I don't think had been announced when that map came out, but has since been revealed. As for that chunk of Silithus, good riddance - I don't *want* to see more silithid content...Overall, not too unlikely. Of course, we can fairly easily confirm that now, right?
7-19-2008 @ 3:40AM
@ JoshThe extension on Eastern Kingdoms is not the Harbor. The harbor does not extend that far out into the ocean, heck it doesn't extend at all, it's straight north of SW where there used to be just mountains. And regarding the "lack of Silithus", why would they remove AQ20/AQ40 when there are achievements for it? And there is still the question of the islands that are dissapearing/appearing around the world.One thing I forgot to mention is the shape of Northrend on the overworld map is not the same as the shape of it in the beta as well.
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