Naga have been living in Nazjatar for many hundreds of years, probably; it wouldn't be much of a stretch to assume they've been living amongst all the ruins formerly of the Kaldorei empire. If so, they had ample time to change some parts of the city to more closely resemble their new aquatic heritage.

--Wasted 23:46, 1 July 2006 (EDT)

First of all, sign your posts ("~ ~ ~ ~" without the spaces). That's a fair enough assumption, though a couple of minor flaws emerge with that hypothesis: 1) that would imply that the Naga knew the location of the Tomb of Sargeras and had no qualms about living near it 2) Suramar was the home of some of their greatest enemies from the War, isn;t it more likely they would have pulverized the ruins? 3) Why didn't the Naga react when Gul'dan and his clans raised the islands? Also, that comment was meant to be snide ;-). --Ragestorm 05:48, 13 June 2006 (EDT)

Thanks for the heads up. That was my first post here, so I wasn't really in on all the signing conventions, and such, back then. ;) I've edited the signature in as of right now so that it's less confusing to anyone who reads it in the future.

As to your questions -- they're all valid ones, and the best I can do is speculate. 1) While I may be off factually on this one, as far as I remember it wasn't ever stated that the Naga were aware of Sargeras's Tomb belonging to Sargeras. We only know of a handfew of people that knew about it - Aegwynn, Gul'Dan, Illidan (and thanks to him, the Naga). 2) Not particularly -- the "Lowborne" may have been Queen Azshara's enemies to a degree, but they were still the same people. She'd have no problems living in her temple, which was of Night Elven construction, so why a change of heart as far as Suramar would be concerned, or the others? I mean, ruins are ruins are ruins, right?

3) ...a wizard did it? ^^"

--Wasted 23:46, 1 July 2006 (EDT)

Re: lore pages are not the place for server reliability notes.

I agree with you there, though the entry was not presented as such (i.e. a "lore page") at the time of editing. Where do you think would be an appropriate place to contribute practical information about the server (if you think this is relevant to Wowwiki at all)? I've looked at several of the PvE server entries, and the trend is that they are all lists of Guild names with no real information about the server whatsoever. --JiangShi 03:53, 10 July 2006 (EDT)

Such information is not my function; as Head Bookkeeper, my job is to preserve the lore pages. As far as I know, information about the server sould be included on a page dedicated solely to that server. --Ragestorm 06:36, 10 July 2006 (EDT)

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