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12-08-2010 @ 9:19AM
Gilneas also *feels* older than places like Lordaeron or Stormwind, all standing stones and moorlands and ancient twisty forests. It's like they made a zone specifically to appeal to me ... but then I've liked Gilneas since all it had was an entry in the Warcraft 2 manual. I am proud to fight alongside King Greymane and the Alliance in the war against the Horde; they need not fear that our aid shall be stinting in this war!Remember; the Scythe is our salvation, our curse is also our blessing ... and Gilneas WILL prevail!
12-08-2010 @ 3:59PM
Well it is definately older than the city of Stormwind, as it and possibly much of the countryside was raised and rebuilt less than a generation ago. As to the land itself seeming ancient, I get a similar feeling from the stonehenge-like constructions in Arathi Highlands and the completely overgrown ruins in southwestern Zul'drak.
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