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5 Responses to “Warcraft Less Traveled #1 – Tauren Farm of Silithus”
Hi I this this place sounds great im gunna have to go check it out although i have one question, is it going to disappear in Cataclysm because i find it a great place and i would hate to lose it.
FOR THE SHU HALO!!!
[…] Skolnick and I talked about what Warcraft Less Traveled is, and how he got the idea for his podcast. We also talked about a few of his favorite places that he has traveled to in Azeroth, including the Tauren Farm. […]
Hey, I started from the end, reading them, working my way to the first one, and i was so excited to see that this was put in here. My husband (boyfriend at the time) and i explored this area after exploring that island south of tanaris, and i liked it so much! I have not checked to see if they still have it after cata, i have a feeling it’s not there…but non the less, it’s a great memory,
I’m sad to report that this location does not seem to have survived the Cataclysm. It was quite a blow to discover only the cave remained, after carving my way through 30+ nasties on my level 20 paladin. After recently discovering this site I have been making visits to some of the areas reachable on the starter edition. Elwynn Falls is very beautiful and seems untouched, as is the Dwarven Farm on the Arathi coastline. Faldir’s Cove and the Bashal’Aran Collapse were definitely worth the short journeys it took to reach them. My next stop is Quel’thalas – I hope it’s still there.