By Abalathes | September 2, 2010
Further in the north the landscape is getting more friendly and playfully and I wonder whether this isn’t even worse than the area I just have left. More and more I now meet some creatures which are hostile but harmless. Many buildings are quite ornamented, have no walls and fly in mid-air. I visit some of these buildings but none of them is of real interest for me.
Until I find a city in the far north: Silvermoon. A city of many contradictions. Large but almost unhabitated in the mid of an almost unhabitated area. Beside of some blood elves of very low level nobody seems to visit this place. Nevertheless everything which eases live could be found here: a flight point, craftmen, teachers (even one for juwelry) and merchants who offer relativly mighty reciepes considering their low leveled customers.
I make clear to the local leaders Grand Magister Rommath, Lor’themer Theron and Halduron Brightwing, that an overboarding architecture alone (about which’s beauty could even be argued) is not even close to what I consider a succesful administration of a region. Singing, dancing and hanging stupidly around as it seems to be the favour of the blood elves is not earning my pleasure. I never though to even consider this: but implementing a leader from Ogrimmar instead would still be an improvement for that place.
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