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The Great Sea
Great Sea makes up the deep waters between the continents of Azeroth. Every single sea in the world connects to it. This sea is so vast players will die of fatigue before they can swim any significant distance. Some say that somewhere within the Great Sea are lost islands still to be explored, and mysterious places such as the Undermine await travelers in the future.
Horde ravaged the Kingdom of Azeroth and killed its advocate, King Llane, Anduin Lothar rallied his countrymen and charted their retreat across the Great Sea — and onto the shores of Lordaeron.  ( W2Man 28)
The Great Sea did not exist prior to the
Great Sundering. After the Well of Eternity was destroyed and Kalimdor was split asunder, the waters that filled in the void became known as the Great Sea.
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The Great Sea played a large role during
the third expansion.
goblins of the Bilgewater Cartel were forced to escape the isle of Kezan because of the upheaval caused by emergence from the Deathwing's Elemental Plane that caused Mount Kajaro to erupt. The goblins eventually shipwrecked on the Lost Isles after getting caught in an Alliance-Horde crossfire.
Players were also introduced to
Vashj'ir, which is located deep underneath the Great Sea to the west of the Eastern Kingdoms and is the location of the gateway to Abyssal Maw, the elemental plane of water.
Darkmoon Faire relocated to its own island, which is surrounded by the Great Sea.
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Kul Tiras are Zandalar discovered in the Great Sea! Also many unknown smaller islands are also discovered.
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There are many subzones of the Great Sea that touch land subzones.