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10-09-2007 @ 2:17PM
For some servers where the majority of players are high-level and unwilling to redo lower level instances, yes, a cross-realm instanced dungeon feature would be a great help.I don't know how Blizz would make it work though. Would you join a player from another realm only after entering the instance? How would we contact and whisper a player from another realm to see if they want to join a dungeon run?Would there be abuse on cross realm trading, if players from different servers could simply 'meet up'in a dungeon to complete a trade?I would love to see a cross-realm queue for instanced dungeons. The cross-realm battlegrounds turned out nice. But joining a battle anonomously is different from joining a party. A dungeon run needs people to organize before going into the dungeon. That means players will need a way to communicate with other servers simply to prepare for the dungeon. This would be a great time to try out a new cross realm faction lfg chat.Taverns have been the 'traditional' place of meeting other heroes. Perhaps limiting such a powerful cross realm lfg chat by keeping it zoned in certain buildings would help limit it's abuse and spamming, and at the same time makes old taverns and inns the next cool hangout for kids everywhere.
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