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Concerning when Lands of Conflict takes place Edit

Currently written in the article, it says that Lands of Conflict takes place a few years before the MMO. However, in its timeline it says that the year 25 after the Dark Portal is the present time. If you look at the timeline on the official webpage for World of Warcraft, it says the MMO too takes place in the year 25 after the Dark Portal. [1]

If you have no objections, I will remove the comment concerning when Lands of Conflict takes place. If you wish for proof, I will post a scan of the page where it says year 25 is the present time. --Iluvatar 00:41, 15 July 2007 (UTC)

Note that LoC was written before WoW came out, and so it could be possible that it is still going by the uncollapsed timeline that we suffer today. --Sky (t · c · w) 22:56, 30 July 2007 (UTC)

Big problem, Illuvatar. When it comes to the timelines, year 30 is now currently "present time" in the RPG (present time being the start of WoW), and other sources, I recommend you read each of the timelines and become aquainted with the issue. You'll note the website you linked to is old one that has never been updated to match later produced timelines. It was last updated in 2004. Also Lands of Conflict timeline does not match up with later timelines. The events in the book can be set between 25 and 30 years after. World of Warcraft The Roleplaying Game, states that Lands of Conflict is set before that book. "Present Day The events in The World of Warcraft RPG take place after those in Lands of Conflict."WoWRPG 9Baggins 22:48, 13 October 2007 (UTC)

More Info Edit

The book provides population estimate data for the whole of the Eastern Kingdoms, along with useful descriptions of each region. It also describes a number of organizations within the Warcraft universe, and provides a brief history of the world.

Population DataEdit

Region Total Pop(#) Human Pop(%) Human Pop(#) Dwarven Pop(%) Dwarven Pop(#) Elven Pop(%) Elven Pop(#) Half-Elven Pop (%) Half-Elven Pop (#)
Blasted Lands 2,000 10 200 - - 5 100 - -
Burning Steppes 3,000 - - - - - - - -
Deadwind Pass 1,000 15 150 - - - - - -
Duskwood 5,000 60 3,000 5 250 5 250 5 250
Elwynn Forest 10,000 70 7,000 7 700 15 1,500 5 500
Redridge Mountains 2,000 65 1300 12 240 3 60 4 80
Stormwind 200,000* 70 140,000 14 28,000 10 20,000 4 8,000
Stranglethorn Vale 10,000 - - - - - - - -
Swamp of Sorrows 5,000 - - - - - - - -
Westfall 6,000 85 5,100 - - 5 300 2 120
The Badlands 2,000 - - 5 100 - - - -
Dun Morogh (Ironforge) 28,000 2 560 85 23,800 - - - -
Grim Batol Unknown - - - - - - - -
Loch Modan 5,000 5 250 90 4500 - - - -
Searing Gorge Unknown - - - - - - - -
Wetlands 25,000 30 7,500 30 7,500 - - - -
Alterac Mountains Unknown - - - - - - - -
Arathi Highlands 6,000 84 5040 5 300 - - - -
Dalaran 3,000 - - - - - - - -
Eastern Plaguelands 45,000 20 9000 - - - - - -
Gilneas Unknown - - - - - - - -
Hillsbrad Foothills 15,000 80 12,000 8 1,200 - - 4 600
Hinterlands 13,000 - - - - 10 1,300 - -
Kul Tiras 10,000 85 8,500 10 1,000 3 300 - -
Silverpine Forest Unknown - - - - - - - -
Tirisfal Glades (including Undercity) 18,000 2 360 - - - - - -
Western Plaguelands 40,000 8 3,200 - - - - - -
Quel'Thalas Unknown - - - - - - - -
Zul'Aman 20,000 - - - - 5 1,000 - -

Total - - 203,160 - 67,590 - 24,810 - 9,550

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--Baggins (talk) 10:09, 25 September 2008 (UTC)

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