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Anonymous
June 11, 2005 7:06:28 AM

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Is there a list for all batriders, windmasters, griffin riders, etc that
cross post with each one connects (I am working on an excel sheet but it's
slow <and boring LOL>). Thanks in advance for any help

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Anonymous
June 11, 2005 9:15:40 AM

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"Harkonnen" <robert@bhaubhie.com> skrev i melding
news:Uysqe.122115$IO.88109@tornado.tampabay.rr.com...
> Is there a list for all batriders, windmasters, griffin riders, etc that
> cross post with each one connects (I am working on an excel sheet but it's
> slow <and boring LOL>). Thanks in advance for any help

http://kaldorei.com/worldmap/

Got all here, but not the latest Horde outpost in Hinterlands.

Agin
Anonymous
June 13, 2005 8:40:13 AM

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Walt wrote:
> > http://www.worldofwar.net/cartography/worldmap/kalimdor...
> > http://www.worldofwar.net/cartography/worldmap/easternc...
>
> That's a great map! I blew it up to 4x A4 sheets each :o ) I like
> paper more than html-files. Especially in-game...

As I've written before here, I was able to get these maps printed back
to back in color on 11"x14" (roughly A3 for Europeans) paper, then
laminated in stiff plastic, for less than $10, at a local FedEx
Kinko's. I'm sure your Austrian equivalent will be able to do the same.

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Anonymous
June 13, 2005 12:15:05 PM

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> As I've written before here, I was able to get these maps printed back
> to back in color on 11"x14" (roughly A3 for Europeans) paper, then
> laminated in stiff plastic, for less than $10, at a local FedEx
> Kinko's. I'm sure your Austrian equivalent will be able to do the
> same.

Where do you store these big things? Pin them on the wall?

Walt

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