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What purpose do:
- Blood Elf Altar of Kings
- Blood Elf Arcane Sanctum
- Blood Elf Arcane Tower
- Blood Elf Arcane Vault
- Blood Elf Archer
etc etc etc. serve for World of Warcraft, these units do not even exist in WoW. i vote these are deleted as they are only confusing this category with non related information. This is not the Warcraft III wiki after all, if anyone seeks this info they should look at: http://www.battle.net/war3/ , a similar thought would apply to having "unit information" to certain creatures in the wiki, i don't see much porpose in having that listed in a "WoW" wiki.. the info is completely unrelated. CJ 09:03, 20 March 2006 (EST)
- I agree. LemonBaby 17:53, 20 March 2006 (MEZ)
- I disagree. But, they could be flaged in some form of WC3_Blood...when the upcoming Burning Crusade will be released.
- Also, there is informations about Starcraft, which is out of the Warcraft subject, and when I asked what was the purpose? I got an answer, and got me told that they were gonna keep it. --Cartier 04:17, 21 March 2006 (EST)
- there is a difference between global info, such as who made Starcraft, its origins, and some background or ideas,, and putting details on every single unit on an individual page. i'm not against having a page on Warcraft 3, and some global info that WoW is based on that, but details on armor, damage, mana etc, habbits, language, and godall info on "" every single unit "" and whatever else, is completely unrelated and unnesessary, to me it doesnt seem to have any particular purpose for the wiki. i don't see any pages on unit armor, health and production cost for zealots, zerglings, battlecruisers etc, either,,, right? i think this can be removed,, but need more people to agree obviously. CJ 04:53, 21 March 2006 (EST)