Through Your Interface – 9

9. Your Character’s Hometown
We all have the same starting zones where we begin our various quests, but where does your character actually hail from?

I’ve had many hometowns since my character’s conception starting in Eversong Woods and then Silvermoon City where I worked on my JC’ing. Before long I moved my hearth to Orgrimmar, which gave easy access to the flight masters and zeppelins. In Burning Crusade my hearth was in Shattrah City, where I was able to use my trusty Ruby Slippers to send me back to the Scryers Inn. After I was exalted though, I changed faction working my way up to exalted status with The Aldor also; meaning my new hearth would be Aldor Rise. When Wrath came along I moved to Dalaran making the central inn my home. Even handier when you use the Kirin Tor ring freeing up another spot for your hearthstone. Now in Cataclysm, there are several places in Org you can use, but I have found ‘Cow Town’ to be the most convenient, being so close to the AH, inn and bank among other things. Even the Priest Trainer can be found around the corner and Portals a short flight away.

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Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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  1. I just love Silvermoon City. Maybe I should create a character and just let her live there so I could login and just admire it. But they grow up and yes, my warlock’s set to Cowtown too!

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    • @Jamin – Thx. I appreciate the comment and the visit :)

      @Navimie – I agree.

      @tomeoftheancient – BE’s are fun :)

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