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11-23-2008 @ 2:56PM
Man, I can not keep up with this lore. Is there a web resource that can tell me what I need to know? Wowwiki has its uses, but it's poorly linked, frequently poorly written, and almost never updated for WotLK. I did read all the in-game books that they've got there in order, so I know the general sweep of events, but the stuff about the dragonflights, in particular, has been really hard for me to figure out.
11-23-2008 @ 3:12PM
The WoW Insider's very own Know Your Lore feature is a great way to read up on the lore, and if I recall correctly it tackled the dragon aspects at one point.
11-23-2008 @ 3:32PM
Ah, yes, Know Your Lore does seem to be the way to go. I think I got it mixed up with "Ask A Lore Nerd," which, though excellent, is not organized in a good way for beginners.Thanks!
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