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11-09-2009 @ 4:08PM
"DesolaceThe cataclysm has cracked a hole in the sea wall, allowing water into the zone.Some of the zone has regrown due to the water coming back."Looking forward to pretty much everything, but this one confuses me. What sea wall? Desolace is above sea level. How does that work? o.0Had a feeling thousand needles would drown eventually. Judging by the crashed boat in the salt flats it's not the first time it's happened. But now where will we go to see goblin/gnome pod racing!? D: Boat racing maybe?Any word on improvements to the gnome airport?
11-09-2009 @ 4:30PM
I got the feeling that the seawall thing must actually refer to Thousand Needles, not Desolace because, as you said, Desolace is well above sea level. Also salt water wouldn't really do wonders for the terrain - it would just turn out like Dustwallow. The seawall is just to the west of the Flats, so this makes more sense for that area. I'll bet the races get flooded but those goblins don't care and just convert everything into boating races instead.As for Desolace, I doubt it's sea water. probably the happenings in Muraudon end up bringing a lot of that water near the surface and reviving the soil that way.
11-10-2009 @ 4:22PM
Whats funny, I realize about thousand needles is you have so many Tortoises running around in the area that it might be an upgrade for the local fauna. Maybe they can make friends with the Lobster Men.
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