Wednesday, July 16

Quel'danil - Highvale or High Peak?

Ever been in The Hinterlands? If not, it's the time to go and explore the areas you've not been to!

I was leveling my priest (a NE this time) when I found myself at Quel'Danil Lodge. On WoWWiki you can read the translation for Quel'Danil as High Peak, which is citated from an earlier WoW book. But if you go to the Quel'Danil Lodge at The Hinterlands, you'd see many Highvale NPCs (Highvale Marksmen and Rangers) around the area. So, I became to doubt if the translation High Peak would be correct and that it shouldn't be translated as Highvale instead...
Well, as of I have no more information sources about this at the moment, I'll leave the both translations.

danil - peak/vale

Thursday, July 3

nah - enemies

User Kranah in my previous entry's comments pointed out something I hadn't noticed (thanks to him for that). It's the two expressions Shindu fallah nah ('our enemies are breaking through) and [Darnassian]Tor ilisar'thera'nal! (let our enemies beware!). As noticable, 'enemies' are found in both expressions. The only similarity in them are nah and [Darnassian]nal, which, I assume, means 'enemies'. Probably by removing the last letter, you'd get a singular, but I am unsure of that, as it would be same as my suggested translation for 'way' a few entries ago.

- enemies