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9-25-2011 @ 5:48PM
Minor nitpick, but you kept referring to goldshire, darkshire and the like as 'kingdoms'.Stormwind is the kingdom; It has a king. He rules all of Stormwind. I suppose the other places might be counties or such, depending on the titles of the people ruling them.Other than that, nice article.
9-26-2011 @ 2:46AM
@LeethaxAre you referring to, "the outlying kingdoms of Stormwind -- Westfall, Redridge, Duskwood -- all fell into various states of disrepair..."?Maybe I'm just missing it but I didn't read anything that references Goldshire as a kingdom. In this context she's not saying that those locations are kingdoms of their own but merely extensions of Stormwind. Which they very much are. Other than that, you're right, it is a nice article. Even if it's about humans... ;)
9-26-2011 @ 7:49PM
"the outlying kingdoms of Stormwind" implies that the areas mentioned after are kingdoms themselves. It would have made more sense had it said "the outlying regions of the kingdom".I'm not sure if this was a grammar error or a knowledge one, but it just confused me for a moment, is what I'm saying.
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