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5-14-2009 @ 5:09PM
a Freedom day... kinda like how the halloween one is the forsaken's independence day... but in a different vein for on the July 4th holiday. Yes i know it's a bit american centric, but hey blizzard is an american company.
5-14-2009 @ 5:34PM
I could totally see something along the lines of Independence Day. Celebrate the day orcs were freed from demonic blood, Stormwind opening day, Dark Portal opening or Illidan's defeat day... should be slightly related to lore I guess.
5-14-2009 @ 6:55PM
That would be SO cool. I wonder what they could call it.Hm... a big thing about independence day is fireworks. They should put in lots of fireworks. And maybe just plain fire! Fire is awesome.And since it's toward the middle of the summer, they should name it after summer. You know, like how Winter Veil is really just Christmas, but named after winter?Let's see... fire... middle of the summer.... How about Midsummer Fire Fes--Oh wait.
5-14-2009 @ 8:24PM
yeah, but we don't have midsummer fireWORKS festival... do we? lolbut since children's week was so close to easter, err, noblegarden, there could be something close to midsummer festival, I guess :)
5-14-2009 @ 11:30PM
"yeah, but we don't have midsummer fireWORKS festival... do we? lol"Yeah. This would be something totally different. We'd have to tack it onto the end of the Fire Festival. But it wouldn't be a festival. We're talking about heavy use of Explosives. With that many Explosives, it could only be an Extravaganza.And since we all know that fireworks are made by engineers, we'd dedicate it to them.So we'd call it something like the Engineers' Explosive Extravaganza.Oh wait.
5-21-2009 @ 8:01PM
Children's Week could be in honour of Mother's Day
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