Emerald Dream is a zone that has been in the game files since early development, but which was never never finished or released. The aesthetics of the zone are fairly unique, and while several assets were reused in the Emerald Dragonshrine , Stormrage Barrow Dens , Emerald Dreamway , and the Emerald Nightmare instance , many have not been seen elsewhere. According to Mark Kern , the Emerald Dream was originally planned to be the place where player characters went upon dying in World of Warcraft. Once there, they could meet characters who had died in the lore and who would give quests that could only be completed in the Emerald Dream. Players could either find a spirit guide to bring them back to the real world or stay in the Dream and complete quests. Rumors dating back to the early development phase of World of Warcraft in suggest that the Emerald Dream was later planned to be added in an 'at that time' future patch or expansion pack as an endgame zone or as a new continent.
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Ever since it was first released in , it has managed to create a huge community: at its peak in , there were approximately 12 million players in the world, but the numbers have since then declined. Over all, there were more than million accounts created in the last 16 years. The otherwise stimulating and captivating game is by no means perfect , though. While it is true that fans love the socializing aspect of it and it fosters true friendships, it is also highly addictive. We often forget that celebrities are just like us.
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A massively multiplayer online role-playing game MMORPG is a video game that combines aspects of a role-playing video game and a massively multiplayer online game. As in role-playing games RPGs , the player assumes the role of a character often in a fantasy world or science-fiction world and takes control over many of that character's actions. MMORPGs are distinguished from single-player or small multi-player online RPGs by the number of players able to interact together, and by the game's persistent world usually hosted by the game's publisher , which continues to exist and evolve while the player is offline and away from the game. Although modern MMORPGs sometimes differ dramatically from their predecessors, many of them share the same basic characteristics.
World of Warcraft is known for its dedicated fan base, and we do mean dedicated. That South Park episode parodying how much players invest in the game isn't much of an exaggeration for some people. Regardless of your addiction level, the game offers a virtual world where you can form complex relationships and alliances with your fellow players.