WoW-related links from around the blogosphere.
After nearly a year of fantastical landscapes torn apart by the havoc of Deathwing's return, I think I can safely say, I'm kind of tired of seeing the world torn apart. Though you can destroy the world in an instant, you can't really say the same for putting it back together again. It makes me wonder if we'll ever see an Azeroth that is healed -- one that has finally recovered from the earthquakes and devastation, one that shows signs of repair. I'm guessing something like that would be a full-scale project the size of Cataclysm itself, however, so I'm not holding my breath. Still ... I kind of miss the tranquil forests of Ashenvale. Being able to run from one end of The Barrens to the other. A Stranglethorn Vale without a giant sinkhole in the middle of it, and a Darkshore minus the tornado.
Today we've got a pretty interesting post about that old feeling everyone is missing, as well as a couple of other interesting ideas and subjects.
- Tusks and All looks at the good old days, nostalgia, and why those good old days won't necessarily make a return.
- A Sunnier Bear has an interesting idea for bears and other druid forms in the upcoming Mists of Pandaria.
- Flavor Text Lore is embarking on an ambitious project that dives into examining Norse mythology and its presence in WoW -- and it sounds like a fascinating read.
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