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wheres a nelf and a goblin here?--Gurluas 13:25, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
- Prisoners? Failed negotiation attempts? The quillboars invited them over for tea? Who knows? Felindre
The Spearhides in here are a good source of early(ish) Polearms. There are usually two of them near Overlord Ramtusk, and the drop rate is pretty good (it's dropped off of BOTH of them before). Felindre
The "Pros and Cons" section Edit
Doesn't make much sense, since nearly every "con" it lists has been fixed by Blizzard in patches (as mentioned). It should perhaps be called the "Historic Annoyances" section? Or just be deleted. The only "con" listed that still applies is the one about PvP realms. --Radeex (talk) 16:44, 16 August 2009 (UTC)
- I'd encourage you to be bold and make the changes yourself, however you see fit. You might want to review the guideline for removing text, if you do decide to do some large deleting, should anyone disagree with your changes.
- If you have any questions about editing, feel free to contact me. 12:31 AM, 17 Aug 2009 (EDT)
- Okay, I removed it outright. I thought it through, and decided that the historical information about how annoying it used to be just isn't relevant any more, and the stuff about PvP isn't really specific to RFK. It's a multi-faction dungeon, so of course on a PvP server its entrance is going to be a tense place. --Radeex (talk) 05:45, 17 August 2009 (UTC)
Question about name origin Edit
What exactly is a "kraul", anyway? Is it a reference to the Kraul Mountains in Antarctica? Is it just a fancy way to make the word "crawl" look cooler, as in the phrase "dungeon crawl"? Perhaps even a fancy way to respell the word kraal, given the various boar (open) pens that boars appear to be in and perhaps even the bats could be considered "free range bats"? It's just one of those in-game names for something that always seems to leave people scratching their heads; thought it'd be nice to attempt to solve it. -- Grihm Bloodtusk (talk) 13:25, July 27, 2011 (UTC)