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10-21-2010 @ 10:04AM
Getting the explorer title has got to be one of the most memorable things for me. The world is so huge, to be able to say that I've been everywhere seemed like a big deal. Ok, I know I'm not the only one who has 'been everywhere', but it was my first toon - my only 80, and now she finally had a title. Outland and Northrend were quite easy, being able to fly and all, but the best parts were the last places I needed to discover on foot. As a NE druid, I had some.. advantages I guess you could say when running into enemy territory. Most of the areas were kind of empty, discovering the major cities was where things got a little difficult, with the exception of Thunderbluff (which was discoverable from the outside) they all required at least getting to the gates, if not passing them. The duel spot in front of orgrimmar was probably the most concerning, getting TO the gates (un-flagged) wasn't hard, even stepping in the door (as a sneaking kitty) wasn't hard, it was getting out of there without dying at the hands of either one of the Orc guards oorr one of the 15 people dueling out front that was difficult.
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