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11-17-2009 @ 2:18PM
What the heck is architect Nemos designing in Forest Song and will we see any of it in Cataclysm? I’d hate to see all of his hard work go to waste on account of a few lumberjack greenskins.
11-17-2009 @ 2:21PM
He's building another giant crystal spaceship of lazer-y pew pew to get back at the Horde for ruining the forest. At least, that's what I'd like!
11-17-2009 @ 2:27PM
Oh, yeah, I missed the sign posted by the archway;Future site of Orc Incinerating Killing Machine.Coming Fall 2010.Exodar Contractors Inc.
11-17-2009 @ 3:48PM
I too am wondering what they are going to do about Forest Song. If the Horde take more of Ashenvale then those Draenei are going to be in a very precarious position since Azshara, which is just to the east of them is going to become a full on horde zone with the introduction of the goblins. I am kind of thinking/hoping that they will do something interesting in Felwood to go along with changes in darkshore and ashenvale. One thing to point out about Ashenvale, though. There are other forces in the area, namely the Satyr (and some demons/legion) who are taking up areas which are under attack by both factions. Why would the Horde be able to wipe out or take over alliance areas while not doing the same with the other less formidable antagonists in the area?
11-17-2009 @ 6:17PM
Restaurants shaped like food.
11-18-2009 @ 2:23AM
Nemos' project? I put my money on something to do with Bough Shadow, one of the Emerald Dream portals just NE of Forest Song.
11-18-2009 @ 7:10AM
Well, something needs to be done with Forest Song. It's one of two Alliance bases in Ashenvale (the other being the Shrine of Aessina) that's really got much of a chance of surviving.
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