I've always wondered, sorry for making a thread, I can't seen to find any images on google! Some have told me that there are fallen trees, and it looks how it does now, but I want to know for certain.
Near Quel'Lithien Lodge, there is a small path that leads to Quel'Thalas — more specifically, to the Ghostlands. Guarding this path is single high elf NPC by the name of Adon, a reference to the addon/expansion: The Burning Crusade. The path was previously blocked by fallen trees, some of which still can be seen to the left of the current road, which goes through a mountain pass. The pass goes through an instance portal, which blocks those without the expansion from entering the blood elves' homeland.
From WoWpedia, don't have a picture though.
It was indeed blocked by fallen trees
You know I don't remember the trees being there even tho I played in vanilla. I thought it was just walled off.
i remember trying to get there by swimming.. starting a tirisfal glades and goinga llt eh way up.. man was i dissapointed :P
Because I want to say this every single day but don't want it to get a drag:
1) The ingame store will only sell timesaver items. It won't affect balance.
2) No, getting to 100 in half the time isn't pay2win. raids don't start until the second week, everyone has time to get there.
4) getting charms faster is also not pay2win. getting those is easy, but not everyone has the time or want for dailies.
Yup. And those trees are still there, only moved off to the side since the elves.. well.. cleared the way.
Behind it was a simpler looking gateway than there is now too, with a non-functioning swirlyportal inside.
The portal was meant to keep people without TBC away from there, but now that TBC comes with the basic game, why is the portal still there? Devs being lazy?
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