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World of Warcraft Fan FictionStormwind 20 years ago was a different place. Much different than it was now. There were no sprawling dock works, slogged down along the banks of the sea that faced out towards the world at large from the shoreline. The Dwarven District was recently becoming established, with craftsmen and specialists from the City in the Mountains having made their way there while the Gnomes of Gnomereggan worked tirelessly digging the tunnel way that would eventually becoming the tram. Even in those days, the technologies of the future that were produced for the purpose of war were still not created. There were no siege tanks being assembled down by the dock yard, no communications device save for traditional written words, no motorized transportation, with Horses being the choice of beast of Burden.World of Warcraft Fan Fiction2 hours ago in Settings More Like This
Stormwind itself was a city still rebuilding from the horror of the past. The Orcish hordes having been beaten back, driven to their own world that was finalized in destruction before the loss of the All
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The morning sun had risen upon a medieval like village, a Mewman village to be exact. The aesthetic was more basic however, instead of the more expensive tiled roofs and brick walls the villages at the Butterfly castle would have, the housing was more traditional with straw and wood, although a few had brick walls for the important buildings and progress for more brick houses was slow with many of them still incomplete.
While the majority of the village consisted of housing, along with a few bakeries, a blacksmith, a barracks for the troops, and a church, the main building that governed the whole village was located in the center, the Lord’s Manor house.
The manor house is a tall and lean building that overlooked the entire village, colored white and had a large flag of the kingdom waving in the air, signifying Mewni’s ownership of the village. As obvious as the name implies, the manor house holds the lord who rules over the village, wh