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8-28-2008 @ 9:12AM
I am very interested in the story of Natasha, the lvl 4 human girl that follows Wildlord Altelarion around. We know very little about her, but what we do know opens up an interesting can of worms. She fell from a giant bird and Antelarion caught her, and she is from Eng-land. As far as I have found, it is the only specific reference to Earth that isn't tongue in cheek, like the Paris Hilton NPC. It makes you wonder how a 4 year old child from England, Earth, Sol Solar System, Sector Zed Zed Nine Plural Zed Alpha, Milky Way, Universe, ended up on Draenor. Some sort of cosmic rift? Did a Mage open a portal to earth and forget to close it and a plane, woops, flew through it? Did the plane from The Langoliers end up zipping over Draenor before plunging into the past?
8-28-2008 @ 9:38AM
8-28-2008 @ 9:48AM
However she got to Azeroth, we can be sure it was very, very improbable.
8-28-2008 @ 3:49PM
what really boggles my mind is the question of is she the same natasha thats in one of the buildings in old southshore?... and if so... wtf?!
8-28-2008 @ 11:41PM
Maybe too late to reply to this, but anyway...According to wowwiki, Natasha is "...a reference to Bill Cosby's stand-up comedy show 'Himself' where he has a skit about a kid following people around on a plane (that's what the 'fell from a bird', probably plane, is from) telling everyone that he's 4 years old."
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