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10-23-2010 @ 7:53PM
Ever since the quest from Icecrown that takes us back to Moonglade where we go into the Emerald Dream and it's just a twisted version of Moonglade, I've had this idea in my head where an explansion could literally just be a 'dark, twisted' version of Azeroth. Go through a portal and come out in the emerald nightmare, which is the whole world, identical to the normal one, except...well, full of nightmares and darkness. Twisted towns of haunted dreamers, wars between nightmares and daydreams, dream monsters lurking in the shadows. Imagine a Stormwind, except its full of people trapped in the dream, going through the motions of things only they can see, randomly fighting of shadows of their own nightmares. A whole world of that.We're never gonna get that, though.
10-23-2010 @ 8:47PM
"Azeroth Enquirer - Rumors fit to print!"I SAW THE EMERALD DREAM!!! - claims ForsakenWorld just a twisted version of itself!Forsaken Priest Shadendowed had trouble convincing his friends what happened."I was picking some lowbie herbs and killing a few noob Nelfs in Kalimdor when I fell into this hollow tree and blacked out," the undead shadow priest said. "I woke up and saw it. I saw the Emerald Dream those druids in my guild speak of. But everything around me ... was twisted. Black, shadowy, nightmarish creatures flying in the corners of my eye. It was actually pretty pleasant, like the Undercity."However, Shadendowed's pleasure in the corrupted dream stopped when he made the trek to the Forsaken capital."It was horrible. It was even more twisted than you could fathom. Everything was spic and span clean. Not a carcass in sight. And then ... I SAW LIVE PEOPLE," said the terrified priest.OTHER STORIES-Thrall's New Mate - Jaina Jealous?She's getting closer to King Varian Wrynn since the announcement!-Pics of Blood Elf/Night Elf Catfight Riot!Long-eared ladies duke it out when Dalaran restaurant pencils in rival party reservations!-The Photos Sylvanas Windrunner Doesn't Want You to See!Three interns gave their lives for these!
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