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3-08-2009 @ 8:37PM
"Here's how I make sense of it: Ores in Azeroth are like bubbles that develop from deep inside the world and slowly make their way up to the surface, where they pop out of the ground at various soft spots, kind of like very minor volcanos, only without all the nasty lava. The earth just upchucks nice little nodes of precious metal and seals itself up again."Y'know, I've often thought that there's no real reason to try to figure out things like geology and ecology in WoW, since the world was designed to be fun to play in, not realistic. This, however, is not only a nifty explanation, it actually makes sense. I've always liked these articles, but you've really outdone yourself on this one. Huzzah.
3-08-2009 @ 8:40PM
Thanks! I think it's fun to try and reason things like that out. Limitations that don't normally seem to make sense can be great for creativity!
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