That's amazing :)
My character was featured in this, it was really awesome to check it out and be part of it in a (very) small way!
1 300 square feet? That's amazing! That's also 120 square meters which is double the size of my apartment - full of miniature figurines of heroes of Azeroth and beautiful models of Undercity and its outskirts.
Reminds me of the good ol' Warhammer days.
Whoa,nice. That really took some effort huh? Overall pretty impressive job.
What happens when you enter an appropriate character and realm on the website? Does it show a picture of your character's figure?
Hhhmm bit too blue and red for my taste lol. GZ to anyone who made it on there.
I would have loved to been at Blizzcon. I felt a pang of jealousy when this was announced because I would have loved to see my Warlock, my first character, somewhere in this diorama.
This is very cool. I would love to take hours to just appreciate all the small detail of it all. Very cool!
Thinking of the time spent to set this up and really mind-boggling. Shows great appreciation for the fans and the players. My hat is off and I am bowing!
The mini Sylvanas and Anduin figures are so awesome! Makes me want a 3D printer of my own
dang, i want one! That is awesome they set up a visual
my character was on there, it was cool to see the whole thing and then hunt for my character. https://twitter.com/green_iris/status/927406370449530880 I think I found her here afterwards on the video as well. Eluvia-Thrall US section 8A.
sad my player wasnt there
truly amazing, i want a figure of my character too haha
I was at Blizzcon but I didn't really read the sign. Had I read it, I would have went to check out my character. :/
So it's a full one medieval siege! :DMy kind of battle, I am very good a besieging enemy Strongholds, awesome work Blizz. cannot wait
This is amazing! I really wish I could have gone, but going across the country is a little out of budget for me, lol.
Of all the sources that inform the lore of WoW the one I most hope will inform the coming expansion is Robert Graves' The White Goddess. No other book to my knowledge better makes the case for an alliance of the three Windrunner sisters Alleria, Sylvanus and Vareesa. The triple goddess is, if anything the most ancient of motifs in lore and literature. Bringing the sister together to mitigane Sylvanus' fury, calm Alleria's partisanship and loosely unite the sisters to bring resolution to the rivalries of Horde and Alliance can only deepen the best aspects of the game. We will still have factional extremists: the Scarlet Crusade, the Royal Apothecary Society, the Grimtotem as but three examples. Still the Horde and Alliance have great threats to their joint and several exostence: Nerubians, Naga, other factions corrupted by evil forces and, ultimately, the Old Gods themselves. We need to see Humans and Orcs, Worgens and Taurens and all variants of elves fighting side by side for Azeroth rather than for dominance of pieces of it.