If youâ€™ve been commenting to my last few blog posts on the World of Warcraft, or you have a scientific hypothesis of your own about the nature of Azeroth and how it came to be that way, or you have too much time on your hands and enjoy thinking about stuff that doesn’t make sense, then I have created a Google Group to act as a venue for the continuation of the valuable discussions begun here. Itâ€™s called Azeroth Science and I urge you to sign up to it.
If you enter the location of an event as ‘TBA’Â inÂ Google Calendar, the systemÂ will offer you a map to it. Clicking on the linkâ€”which of course you would, or at least of course I didâ€”reveals an entirely blank plan ofÂ Tabibuga station, Papua New Guinea.
IÂ knowÂ nothingÂ about Tabibuga, butÂ as far as I can glean from the internest it’s a ranger-station with an airstrip and is close to a place called Minj.Â Now I am filled with a strange desire to organise a massive party there. Who’s in?
(To spoil the fun, thereÂ isÂ a logical reason why TBA resolves as Tabibuga station. See if you can work it out without googling.)