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9-04-2009 @ 1:10PM
Take a close look at the moonwell at 1:19/1:20 in the trailer. It clearly shows the moonwell that sits in front of Dire Maul...restored and rejeuvenated, surrounded by Night Elf Cenarion and Darnassian tabards. I've made numerous comparisons, and am convinced that the locale in the trailer is indeed the Dire Maul moonwell. there is no other moonwell in the game that looks quite like that....and take notice that the summoning stone is no longer there either.Could this be an indicator that the city of Eldre'Thalas is being reclaimed? Or perhaps the elves have set up a camp there to launch an offensive to take the city back now that the highborne in the Shendralar faction have rejoined them? Maybe a daily quest hub for Alliance players?There are so many possibilites with this expansion.
9-04-2009 @ 1:31PM
Horde better get their "King of Dire Maul" achievement beforehand then. >.>
9-04-2009 @ 1:54PM
I always took that location to be inside, the forest growth you see the frame before in desolace. There are a few more images on the offical site of a worgan druid in that location, and a shot from the current horde base at ghost walker post. Both looking down into the grove that seem to look very similar.
9-04-2009 @ 2:13PM
It's possible that it's in Desolace, but I can't imagine trees that big already having grown there. I think it's suspicious that its tucked in between two before and after shots of Desolace, like an easter-egg. When you get the chance, travel to Dire Maul and look at the moonwell area to the left of the steps on the way up.I'm convinced it's Dire Maul.
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