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6-18-2008 @ 8:19PM
It would be nice if he kicked Old Miss Katrana O. out of Stormwind. She's been sitting there helping no one for too long. I doubt he'd make some major changes though. If Katrana O. was kicked out, Redridge, Westfall, and Darkshire would get badly needed reinforcements, and with that we'd lose 90% of the quests pushed on adventurers due to lack of reinforcements.Also when he comes back, he should bring a unique model for his son. His son(Anduin Wrynn) is the Crown Prince(interim King until dad comes home), but looks just like the 50 random blond boys running around Stormwind(except for a scepter in his hand, big woop).
6-19-2008 @ 12:33PM
It's interesting to think about Katrana being removed from Stormwind, but I doubt it. Maybe the story will be that she successfully hides her involvement in the scheme until the player does the quest lines, and at the part of the Onyxia attunement quests where dragonkin now attack Bolvar in the throne room, they'll attack Varian himself. And going after Onyxia will be about avenging his imprisonment instead of rescuing him.The reason I doubt Katrana will be removed is that it would be a very big change. At least two long quest lines spanning a dozen zones would have to be deleted or changed completely. Her deception ties into what the Defias is doing in the Deadmines and what Nefarian is doing in his lair. Sure, those instances would still exist, but it would be hard to swallow them remaining the same. Have the game designers ever taken any content out before? The announcement that they'll move the existing Naxxramas — one single instance that very few people ever entered — is the only example I can think of, and even that seems like a much smaller deal content-wise, and seems to cause no problems at all lore-wise.
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