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3-08-2009 @ 8:25PM
You should have mentioned the gold rush. That was a time when solitary individuals tried to find minerls for their own personal profit.
3-08-2009 @ 8:36PM
I thought about that actually, but it seemed to me a different thing. Whenever miners were actually "mining," they still had to work together as a team ... in a mine. There aren't any mines in WoW, except maybe the Deadmines, but that's more of a dungeon, really. The mine aspect is just a front for the secret project going on down there.Anyways, you definitely couldn't go walking about and say, "Aha! Look over there, Fred! There's gold in that there molehill!"The closest thing in real life I could think of is panning for gold in a river, which involved sitting in a stream all day. Kinda different, no?
3-08-2009 @ 9:48PM
There's a lot of mines in the game:http://www.wowwiki.com/Category:MinesIf you really want to pretend you own a piece of one of those mines, you can.
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