Back when GW2 first launched, what is currently know as the Crown Pavilion was instead a huge hole known as The Great Collapse. Those that were playing at the time may recall that there was even a narrow wood and rope bridge that crossed the chasm, and if you stood on it you could make out a bit of odd detail on the sides of the pit. I remember clearly that I saw something that looked like tunnels of some sort. What stood out to me was that they appeared to be upside down, with the curved part at the bottom of the apparent passage. Nothing was ever made of it though, and eventually the Collapse was filled in to make the Pavilion.
Now that LS 4-5 is out, we have access to a fairly intact dwarven ruin. If you enter and head towards the crypts, you may notice the designs of the walls. There's a place or two where the walls are recessed a bit, with the very same kind of "bottom looks like the top" design that was visible down in the collapse. From a distance, this could easily look like a tunnel instead, matching what I saw before in DR.
So, the question is: Is this a hint that there's something buried below Divinty's Reach? Will we go down there some day? Or am I just seriously mistaken/crazy?
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