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9-24-2010 @ 4:16PM
Ah, this article and some of the comments also gives me a small pang of the "sad". Wow has been a home away from home for me for some time now, and it will be odd to have this familiar place become strange and new. All its secret spots, that once filled me with a sense of grand adventure will be blown wide open for anyone on a flying mount, or cut off completely (ie disappearing or via invisible walls). I've lived in many different places over the years since Vanilla WoW, and life has moved me a good numerous times for various reasons. Yet the world within Warcraft has always been there, as a constant stable place in wait for me to log in. In a way I've come to see Kalimdor as my state of residence, and Thunderbluff as my hometown.Ahh well, all things end I suppose. Even in games. Still I feel a bit of loss for the old wallwalking days of exploration.Good times. *Raises a glass of Nogginfogger in salute*I think I'll watch Noggaholic, for one last trip down nostalgia lane:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LM9kLdVKn4w
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