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6-07-2011 @ 8:13AM
The Fletcher Memorial Reflecting Pool. It'd be a large flooded crater straddling the border between Durotar and Azshara.
6-07-2011 @ 9:28AM
Or ... hmm ... one's *character*. I have so many!For my paladin, an honest-to-goodness two-hand mace that actually looks like it belongs on a paladin.For my nelf rogue, the occupied grave of Tyrande Whisperwind, bearing the legend "Tyrande Whisperwind, traitor and accursed. She has paid for setting Illidan free." Or a class trainer named after her if we ever get a Warden or Demon Hunter hero class.For my gnome mage, perhaps a statue in a corner somewhere if we ever actually retake Gnomeregan (wearing Alliance tier nine mage gear). Clicking on the statue will buff you with Arcane Brilliance.For my nelf spriest, a temple tucked away somewhere dedicated to the new moon, the dark face of Elune, with a night elven (shadow) priest trainer. Perhaps in the mountains above Desolace.For my dwarf shammy, a stormhammer; a one-handed agi mace, melee hits give a stacking damage buff, when the buff reaches a certain value it does X amount of nature damage and the buff counter resets.For my blood elf DK, a mausoleum somewhere in Eversong Woods.For my undead spriest, a staff that drops from Sylvanas in the Undercity raid.For my undead rogue, an engineering trainer named after her ... piloting a zeppelin on a semirandom route through the skies of Lordaeron. It wouldn't stop anywhere, but if you could find it you'd be rewarded with crazy engineering goodies, like a mechagnome disguise or something.And for my worgen warrior, an unkillable elite NPC named after him, roaming Silverpine Forest at will and one-shotting Horde players. Perhaps in full Wrathful PVP gear, I like the design of that one. Move over, Son of Arugal!
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