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Where are the statues? I've never seen them. Khaz Modan is a big place... Roffler 13:26, 11 August 2006 (EDT)


How the Hell could Thaurissan try to summon 1 demon and summon The Lord of Fire and his army? What was he high off "Dwarfajuana" or something?  IconSmall HighElf Male Mr.X8 Talk Contribs 06:47, 23 November 2007 (UTC)

Apparently he used the Cipher of Damnation, or something similar to it. Probably he didn't realize precisely what it was he was summoning. -- Dark T Zeratul 07:04, 23 November 2007 (UTC)

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Actually the civil war was part of the War of the Three Hammers.Baggins (talk) 10:13, 22 February 2009 (UTC)


I have a little problem with the Gryphons in the picture. Didn't Lore say the Wildhammers only began to ride Gryphons after the war? Or was it during? Could also be a artistic liberty, dunno, just wanted to point it out. Gorvar (talkcontr)

Huge Lore Error? Edit

So, when did this War happen? Ive heard around 270ish years ago, but if thats true, WHY does all the Dwarves treat it like ancient history? Since it was confirmed (Via, a NPC ingame(Lokhtos Darkbargainer) who "remembers the war", a author who said they lived to 400, and the WC3 handbook which claimed Muradin was in his 250's and still moderatly young.) that Dwarves in WoW live to 400 years old.

So if they live to 400, why is the War "ancient history", why can they so easily forgive the Dark Irons? I know it was not instant peace, there were fights, there were disapproval, but they just accepted it. Despite that within a Dwarve's a lifetime, a war had killed off their fathers and mothers for how else would no one remeber such a fresh war?

This oversight, as I can only assume it to be a oversight on either when the War occured or how old Dwarves live to, on Blizzards part, has bugged me alot. Have I been hearing the wrong story for years now? Or am I correct in my assumption and this is a actually a huge oversight on Blizz's part? 03:44, November 15, 2015 (UTC)

You have a strange threshold for "Huge Lore Error". Even if the lifespan of dwarves is very long (but not long compared to draenei and elves), they could always be taking the target of their information into account (aka most other races, besides draenei and elves). In the sense that almost all the history of WoW takes place in about 20-30 years, over 200 years ago really is ancient history to many. Lastly, you're taking your idea of "ancient history" and projecting it on to a fictional set of characters and events.
So, I hope I've put the "error" in some perspective. --Gengar orange 22x22Beware the sneaky smile! Fandyllic (talk · contr) 16 Nov 2015 3:20 PM Pacific

So I did Molten Core recently, and I was bored so I read Majordomo's chat(while your talking to him to make him summon Rag.), for some reason, and ive never noticed this before. He says that Ragnaros was summoned into the world three centuries ago, adding on years for Mists(Using offical timeline), this means the War of the Three Hammers ended around 330ish years ago. (This is not adding the time difference between Mists and Warlords, i'd assume barely 5years.)

This is odd, as the official timeline states the war was at -230, but during Classic, "The Gathering Storm". year 25, makes the War only 255 years ago. Going from Mists, the War was in total, 260years ago. Is Majordomo rounding up 45 years, or did someone in Blizz mess up?

WHOOPS, my apologizes, forgot the signature, the post above is part of this one. Zulatobari (talk) 21:30, January 17, 2016 (UTC)

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