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Looking at the map it looks like the northern part of Stratholme, maybe this implies the name. With Quel'Lithien lodge on east and the see on west... --N'Nanz 11:19, 29 October 2006
Deatholme or Deathholme ?-- (talk) 09:03, 29 October 2006 (EST)
Deathholme seen nowhere!!! --|N'Nanz 14:29, 29 October 2006
- It's on this article, and even bolded ... Ci vediamo dopo nella mia pagina.-- (talk) 09:34, 29 October 2006 (EST)
- I was so sure it's Deatholme that I never saw the bolded text before!!! I think it's a misspelling. Maybe in another site there is the correct extract of the interview. E tu che ne sai, Kirochi? --N'Nanz 18:37, 31 October 2006
- Da niente possiamo essere sicuri. Sabato giochero alla beta di Burning Crusade e lo verifichero. (4theremaining : we can't be sure as of now. I'll check that when I'll play the β)-- (talk) 15:32, 31 October 2006 (EST)
Remember, this is an english wiki. Respect that fact.--Odolwa 20:28, 27 December 2006
- Thank you n00b =)-- (talk) 15:13, 21 December 2006 (EST)
There is probably little evidence one way or the other, but might Deatholme once have been a northern district of Stratholme, or another human city entirely? It strikes me as odd that the Scourge would choose to name a fortress after the human city of Stratholme, but it would be just as strange to find a human city in the Eversong Woods. Any thoughts? Blackhawk003 22:07, 14 December 2007 (UTC)
My Theory is that it is the elven village Arthas razed and build his first base on in the first siege of quel'thalas mission--Gurluas 14:44, 26 February 2008 (UTC)
- I think it was that first base as well.-- 20:02, 19 May 2008 (UTC)