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8-02-2010 @ 6:50PM
It's based on the Azeroth globe in Ulduar and the one briefly visible in Black Temple. The problem with this is that whoever was responsible for them needs to be smacked in the head with a geography textbook; they put Stranglethorn and Silithus/Un'Goro/Tanaris/Uldum by the south pole, when they're clearly equatorial, and probably north of the equator at that.The swirly white bit above Northrend, on the other hand, is easier to explain as permanent pack ice, similar to the North Pole ice sheet on Earth.The other explanation to Blizzard's globefail is that if they put all the other continents of Azeroth on it, we'd know where they were, and they'd be nixed for future expansions.
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