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7-10-2011 @ 5:31PM
not an rp'er or a nelf player, to dainty fer me dwarven pally tastes, but ive taken some time this weke to level a post shattering horde alt and explored the new tanaris for the first time.In the south by the wall that remained mysteriously shut for 3 expansions you find a titan complex that was hiding uldum. I was sent in by a blood elf from the religuary to retrieve a object a notable significance. After downing some earthen and a titan statue ala archaedes i found a tablet.When i returned it to the blood elf he was shocked that -as well as the expected titan symbols the tablet alts included ancient kaldorei writings as well.Just popping by to add this note- since i dont know if we get it on the alliance side and i thought its got some pretty big implications for the only native race in the alliance with no connection to the titans known before this. I mean they hinted trolls existed by the arrival of the titans, but did the night elves as well? or given the whole emerald dream/ green dragons charge connection are the night elves another form of titan creation for some as yet undiscovered purpose.-or maybe this is what facilitated the change from troll to kaldorei? or maybe even the ancient night elves- and by extension high/blood elfs knew of uldum and made some pact to keep the halls of origination secret for the titans?who knows, still, im sure thats good rp fuel for an evening isnt it?
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