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7-21-2010 @ 1:52PM
Is there a connection between the trees that grow in Eversong and those that grow in Ruby Sanctum?
7-21-2010 @ 2:20PM
They're both trees.I know they're both red, but there are red trees in other areas of WoW too. It's just coincidence. Red just happens to be a common theme for those 2 areas, Blood Elves and Ruby Dragons.
7-21-2010 @ 4:50PM
Ruby Sanctum Trees are red because it's home to the Ruby Dragonflight, which are red. The trees in Eversong have red leaves (and orange and so on) because they're deciduous and have lots of carotenoids, like maple trees, and Eversong Woods is perpetually in autumn. Sure, it seems odd, but when was the last time you saw winter snow in Goldshire or Duskshire? But look around at the plants and animals there; they clearly are temperate places, not equatorial. They should have seasons, but in the game it's always somewhere between spring and fall. Likewise, Eversong Woods is always fading, withering, like elves without magic.Or maybe it's not actually perpetually autumn, maybe it just looks that way stylistically. This is a world where a massive dragon can physically reshape the continents. Who knows?
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