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4-17-2009 @ 8:47AM
Favorite places to visit?I always make a point of dropping by the hut of Chel the Baby Eater, I mean.. Chel the Orphan Matron. It's in the northerns mountains of Nagrand, west of the Elemental Plateau. There's a Troll woman (CANNIBALS) who has a whole bunch of babies from different races there. If you look closely, you'll find baby sized bones in pots and cages around the area.Before it was blocked off, the Room of the Upside Down Sinners was awesome. It was hidden in the crypt behind Karazhan. It was a room with dozens of corpses chained to the floor and floating underwater.I'll also never forget the first time I made it to the Ironforge Airport. It was awesome to sit up there and watch the little battle between the trolls and dwarves.The campsite above the waterfall between Burning Steppes and Elwynn Forest is also a great place to hang out when you're looking for something relaxing. Or if you want a LOT of Peacebloom. The little school of fish up there for some reason drops Peacebloom when you fish from it.I also remember the first time I walked through the Dark Portal during the TBC beta. I remember just being awestruck by the sky in Hellfire and took probably thirty screenshots just of that sky.Similarly, the first time I walked into Nagrand I was sold. That, I decided, would be where my character would retire to should she ever decide to hang up her gun and quit the adventuring life.
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