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11-13-2011 @ 12:55AM
@Reznarz My answer for that is that the Twisting Nether is similar to hyperspace in sci-fi. Distances traveled within the Twisting Nether equal a much large distance travelled outside the Nether. Outland, being so shattered and covered in magic litter, exists almost entierly in the Nether by this point. Physically, Outland and Azeroth are far away from each other. However, you can see Azeroth much closer while on Outland, because it's like looking through a magic-enchanced telescope at the world it is most connected to. Azeroth is in the physical plane, so you can't see Outland from Azeroth. Outland is mostly in another dimension, so general space physics and junk don't work the same way.
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