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6-19-2008 @ 9:39PM
Really the walk speed is so laughably slow that making players wait till 40 for a mount seemed like another hidden time sink. As blizzard creates new time sinks the old ones become unnecessary. They put senseless limitations on things to make it seem like an achivement to unlock improvements that should be common sense.Maybe one day they'll even have two zeplins running from org to uc so you won't be left standing at the station for 3 minutes waiting for the next if you miss one, but only when we're level 90.
6-20-2008 @ 7:20AM
My issue with the mount changes is that when you have scrimped and saved to scrape together enough money for a mount by level 40 it is a slap in the face when suddenly the price is dropped. I wouldn't have a problem with them lowering the level requirement if they kept the price the same. Or they could drop the training cost and bump up the mount costs, maybe offering cheaper mounts that don't look as impressive.Adding more mounts at different levels would solve the pain of getting around without having everyone from 30-60 riding the same mounts. They could even drop the level requirement for training completely and give low levels less impressive mounts, donkeys for 1-10 would be pretty funny.
6-20-2008 @ 8:16AM
@James:My main is a warlock. I didn't have to scrimp and save anyway! Now my alt will get a cheap mount at 30.I couldn't be happier!
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