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9-12-2011 @ 1:24PM
I haven't been to that island in forever, so now I'll need to pay a visit.The best music I've heard in WoW was the fairy dragons at the mushroom ring. I just saw the event last night for the first time, and the music gave me goosebumps! (I know I could have watched it on Youtube earlier, but I wanted to wait to see and hear it in game for myself.) Maybe I think that music is so awesome because it's still so new. There's a lot of great music in WoW, but most of it I've heard so often that it has lost some luster.After I saw the fairy-ring event, I traveled to the Plain of Echoes, a small subzone in Storm Peaks that has a rarely heard and beautiful sountrack.I really need to get one of those addons that acts as a jukebox of all the music files of WoW.
9-12-2011 @ 3:33PM
Could I get a link to the dragon circle mushroom ring thing you Were talking about? I can't log onto wow so I army go and check in-game.
9-12-2011 @ 4:00PM
There was an article about the fairy circle just posted last night on this site. You'll find a video of the event there:http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/09/11/know-your-lore-tinfoil-hat-edition-the-curious-whispers-of-tir/Even if you could log into WoW, it may take several hours before you see it happen.
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