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10-22-2007 @ 12:17AM
Auction Houses were indeed in every city for quite awhile. The problem was, they were not linked. So the only ones that got used were Stormwind or Undercity (the two most popular cities at the time). Blizzard removed the extra auction houses at some point, and left them only in IF and Orgrimmar - probably as an effort to drive traffic to those fledgeling cities. Of course, it worked TOO good. They are *still* THE main cities to visit if you want to get anything done. It's really funny too because Stormwind used to be crazy busy with the others being ghost towns. It didn't help that IF used to have a HORRIBLE design, including three rings and two floors ("Gnomes," which was the old name for Tinker Town, was on the second floor, along with the High Seat which is where Magni's throne was.. it's called Old Ironforge now and not accessable of course).
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