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12-29-2009 @ 4:12AM
You know what happened in September that was so awesome and yet you still haven't covered? "You Awaken in Razor Hill" hosted by Dusk on Uldum. The original thread is cool to read, but he's also got a website. http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=20677329926&sid=1&pageNo=1I think the story itself happens across 30 or so pages. It is worth reading. His website is in it.
12-29-2009 @ 5:35AM
Actually, they did in fact cover the forum post. Sadly, it was shoehorned at the bottom of a World of Warcrafts article about something completely different. (I think it was Warcrafts, at least. I have no link to provide ATM.) Apparently, it was even posted by Dusk in the Official Thread that WoW.com was going to interview him, but I don't recall seeing that come to fruition.Too bad, really, since that thread kept me coming back for a week to see it's progress. I was more enthralled with it than some novels I have read, nolies.
12-29-2009 @ 7:18AM
We have reasons for this not coming to fruition that are best kept internal. The story is great, we don't want to take away from that at all, but trust us when we say we have good reasons for it not happening.
12-29-2009 @ 5:17PM
I meant this to be more playful in tone than I think it sounded, so sorry about that! Thanks for the information, both of you, it's awesome to know this was not overlooked.
1-04-2010 @ 7:46PM
Gosh it's hard to get ahold of you, Mr. Ziebart.Could you please send me an e-mail telling me what those reasons were?I've been really curious about it for quite some time.
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