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1-04-2008 @ 2:54PM
mike?? 2 entry points per faction was reported by wowinsider at blizzcon dood!!!
1-04-2008 @ 3:29PM
It's news to me-- I had always heard that there would be two points of entry total (one Horde, one Alliance), not two points of entry for each faction. Either way, it's great news.
1-04-2008 @ 5:16PM
Funny. I went to Blizzcon, listened to their little speech, played the little preview they gave and both gave the impression that there were only two entrances to Northrend: one for Horde, and one for Alliance. Now given, that would still be preferable to both Horde and Alliance funneling through the same portal into the same zone...
1-04-2008 @ 11:04PM
yup yup yup. if you watch the blizzcon northrend panel (http://youtube.com/watch?v=S2hH-S3dPKA) at roughly minute 7:40 its stated that "so when you chose to enter northrend for the first time you can chose either side".i just outnerded you all!!!!! jk good memory is all ;)
1-04-2008 @ 11:10PM
Good memory, indeed. Then there's fact that everytime any WoW Insider correspondant has posted on the "Borean = Horde, Fjord = Alliance", at least one person has reported that that is not the case. Though, we've clearly seen that most WoW Insider posters don't even read their coworkers posts, so, we shouldn't be too surprised that they don't read the replies to their coworkers posts...
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