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6-01-2008 @ 10:21AM
Kael is another prominent example of this phenomenon.I'm torn on this one- with more recent events like Kael, I'm all for the multiple places thing, so people can still experience the content and just take the NPC as being wherever they are in the storyline. With older stuff like Onyxia, I'd favor if there was some sort of official "Ok, she's been found out one million times now, time to have her not hanging around Stormwind Keep anymore" move. I guess it'd deprive people who do still want to do the old quests, and it doesn't really hurt anyone to have her stick around, but it just seems soo odd to have her standing around there when everyone and their dog knows who it is. With Liadrin, even though it's also a recent event, I'm glad they moved her simply because of how easy it is to be in Silvermoon then hearth to Shattrath and have to see her in two places at the same time- something that's a lot more likely to happen than people moving from Tempest Keep directly to Magister's Terrace. I dunno, like I said, I'm torn- I realize you can't change content as soon as one guild downs it, or even as soon as another patch or expansion comes out, but at the same time I've always been somewhat bothered by the static storylines (like the fact all the old world blood elves babble on about joining Illidan in Outlands and how Kael is da bomb, when you'd think someone would've clued them in by now- the latter may be partially fixed with the Sunwell patch, but the general point stands).
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