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Moonglade lore and history - Field Photographer Friday

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Field Photographer Friday is a weekly look at the lore and history behind locations around World of Warcraft. This week, we're taking a look at Moonglade!

Prales hanging out with Aronus in Moonglade
Prales hanging out with Aronus in Moonglade

Moonglade has been a sanctuary for Druids for thousands of years. It serves as the home for the Cenarion Circle faction and a place where Night Elves and Tauren (and Trolls and Worgen) can coexist peacefully brought together by their pursuit of Druidism. Violence in Moonglade is not tolerated, and anyone found to be unruly will be subdued by the Moonglade Wardens.

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Turtle Beach lore and history - Field Photographer Friday

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Field Photographer Friday is a weekly look at the lore and history behind locations around World of Warcraft. This week, we're taking a look at Turtle Beach!

Prales hanging out on Turtle Beach
Prales hanging out on Turtle Beach

Turtle Beach is a piece of shoreline in the Krasarang Wilds zone on Pandaria. It looks like any other piece of shoreline, except for the statue of a Pandaren riding a sea turtle. The Pandaren is Liu Lang and his sea turtle is Shen-zin Su. Both are incredibly important Pandaren figures.

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The Shattering: Prelude to Cataclysm (Part 1)

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“Shattering” is a powerful word. When something is shattered, it breaks into a thousand irreparable pieces. Even if you can glue it back together, it’s never quite the same again. It’s more prone to falling apart in the future. It’s usually ugly and misshapen. When something is shattered, it is never truly whole again. The Shattering: Prelude to Cataclysm is not about the physical shattering of Azeroth, but the shattering of life as it is known. Uneasy peace, status quo, and personal relationships are tested.

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Janeiro’s Point lore and history - Field Photographer Friday

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Field Photographer Friday is a weekly look at the lore and history behind locations around World of Warcraft. This week, we're taking a look at Janeiro’s Point!

Janeiro’s Point is a small island to the north-west of Booty Bay in the Cape of Stranglethorn zone. The island is home to a large, now damaged statue of a goblin with outstretched arms. The statue is allegedly of Baron Revilgaz, the goblin leader of Booty Bay. Inside the statue is a stash of treasure.

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Dalaran City lore and history - Field Photographer Friday

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Field Photographer Friday is a weekly look at the lore and history behind locations around World of Warcraft. This week, we're taking a look at Dalaran City!

Dalaran is the capital city of the mage-nation by the same name. Originally founded by fledgling magi in Alterac Mountains, it was physically moved by the magi to Northrend during the Wrath of the Lich King expansion. It will again be moved to the coast of the Broken Isles in the Legion expansion. Both times serving as the central city for players and lore figures alike to carry out operations against their enemies.

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