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2-24-2011 @ 11:35PM
you'd think that when the NORTHERN part of the globe is in Winter, the SOUTHERN hemisphere would be Summer.
2-25-2011 @ 3:45AM
That would be kinda cool.
2-25-2011 @ 7:49PM
What makes you think it isn't? I don't remember ever seeing a globe of Azeroth depicting the continents we know; isn't it possible that the entire Azeroth-bound game we've seen so far (aside from the "single huge continent in the distant past", maybe) is set entirely in the northern hemisphere?It would certainly seem to explain the hot climates (jungles, deserts) in the south and the colder ones (at least Winterspring... plus of course Northrend) in the north, if nothing else.
3-10-2011 @ 3:52PM
@The WandererThere are Azeroth Globes a-plenty throughout the Ulduar quest chains. Specifically, one right in front of Loken in Halls of Lightning. Three continents, taking up the whole world. Azeroth is extra teeny-tiny it seems.Otherwise, I would totally agree with your idea. The thought that these are just two sub-continents on an enormous world would be kinda cool. And considering that North is cold only on Northrend and in Winterspring, even though Quel Danas is apparently at the same approximate latitude... meh - it's a fantasy game. I'm not gonna think too much about it or I'll start questioning flying carpets and how bad the entire Undercity must reek.
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