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7-14-2007 @ 4:53PM
1. Because of numerous complaints from players regarding warlocks being "overpowered", warlocks are being removed from the game. Players with warlock characters will be prompted upon connecting to a server to change their former Warlocks' classes on that server to Rogue, Hunter, or Mage. This change will take place on a per-character basis. Since this is a merge with other classes and not a major revision of the class, talent points will not be refunded.2. Characters can once again Pitch Up and Pitch Down when swimming or flying.3. The western edge of Elwynn Forest has long been terrorized by the gnolls, an extraordinarily violent race of humanoids who want nothing less than to drive the humans from the Eastern Kingdoms entirely. Recently, an expedition from Stormwind has uncovered the ultimate home of the Elwynn gnolls - a maze of burrows that extends from Westbrook Garrison all the way to the Maclure Vineyards.Although the gnolls simply call these burrows "home", the humans have begun to refer to the caves by another name - that of the leader of the gnolls, never seen by daylight, known for his habit of stealing out at night to ravage the livestock. Below the quiet ground of Elwynn, Hogger's Den awaits - if you are brave enough to challenge the gnolls...(Hogger's Den is a new 5-man dungeon located in western Elwynn forest. It is intended for characters of levels 5-12.)4. The Gnomish engineers, tired of being shamed by adventurers who ask them why they can't "just add more shocks or something", have developed a new Giant Mechanostrider. While the Giant Mechanostrider only increases land speed by 40%, it is rideable by all races. The gnomes claim that their next release will be a Rocket-Powered Giant Mechanostrider, which will allow its rider to move at 180% normal speed.5. Due to player concerns about the "monotony" of leveling alts, a new play mode has been added to World of Warcraft. When you press the Party Shuffle button (in the Interface Options screen), the quests given in your current zone are randomly assigned to different NPCs. This option ensures that you'll never play a zone the same way twice!
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