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2-08-2012 @ 9:00PM
It's supposed tob e something like an 88 day journey from the sunwell to Booty bay via Zeppelin, according to the RPG books.Now, I don't mean to say all RPG stuff is Cannon, but I'd hope the geography is much larger than it's represented in the game. I like to think that the world of warcrat is just shrunk down to the relevant bits for this chapter of the story, and in reality Elwynn has dozens of little goldshire like communities, crossing the ocean to kalimdor is an arduous months long journey, and Stormwinds 5 districts are innumerably larger than shown.The logistics jsut don't make sense otherwise. There's nowheres near enough arable land to provide food for people, the total population of the whole world is less than medieval dublin, and provided this is the entirety of Azeroth, the presence of gravity suggests a completely differing set of laws governing physics!But, I don't wanna fly for 88 days to go from the Sunwell to Booty Bay, so it's fine they shrunk down the game world, and left the unimportant bits out for me. Taking 12 minutes is MUCH better, and just fine with me.Though anyone who flies for 12 minutes instead of using portals and hearthstones and teleports is either really into scenery, or just silly. ;)I hope the world gets MUCH bigger in WoW 2, should it ever be made.
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