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Just How Big Is Zereth Mortis?

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We've seen plenty of the new zone coming in patch 9.2, but we didn't quite get a sense of its actual size. Luckily there are a couple of comparisons with existing landmasses available, starting with dataminer Simaia's:

So, approximately Nazjatar sized, but how does it compare with actual Shadowlands zones? Well, it's bigger than the Maw and Korthia together, as well as Revendreth, and is pretty close to Bastion and Ardenweald but falls short of Maldraxxus, as Xavion251 found out using datamining suite WoWTools:

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So there will be a lot to see there and plenty of ground to cover - and hopefully it'll be a little less densely packed than Korthia. Here's the full map with the area names as well:

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I dont know for me it looks bigger ! we might have to see it ingame,the size of the map doesnt mean anything, korthia looked big before release and its just a small area 😞

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The better part is that Zereth Mortis seems to be pretty flat and easy to navigate. I think it will be a fairly enjoyable zone. It has vibrant but soft colors so if they get the right music it will be a place you can spend a lot of time at without it tiring you.

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5 hours ago, zigrifid said:

I dont know for me it looks bigger ! we might have to see it ingame,the size of the map doesnt mean anything, korthia looked big before release and its just a small area 😞

reminds me of the mechagon disappointment I had.

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Seems pretty standard for a patch zone. Hopefully it won't be as cramped as most of them are (I miss the older, more open zone design, when there were clear roads and more space between mobs), I would like to travel without a need to pull some mobs every time.

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3 hours ago, Arcling said:

Seems pretty standard for a patch zone. Hopefully it won't be as cramped as most of them are (I miss the older, more open zone design, when there were clear roads and more space between mobs), I would like to travel without a need to pull some mobs every time.

As long as Lt. Voxiferous from Korthia doesn't follow. I can't go anywhere without pulling that guy in Korthia haha

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For an altoholic with a ton of chores to do (at least until account-wide unlocs somewhere down the line), I actually liked Korthia being this tight. Since I hardly ever felt I'm in afterlife as is, ZM dropping the 'immersion' and following suit would also be fine.

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Naz was pretty solid sized, especially when you consider it's extensive cave systems.

 

Maldraxxus seems big, but it has a lot of "underutilized" space. A LOT of it - I would actually say it's on part with Ravendreth in terms of what you actually utilize (Even counting Castle Nathria)

 

Very nice that flying will be available in Zereth Mortis.

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