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7-07-2008 @ 2:37AM
No, they will most likely let the dust grow on it as they did with EPL and Silithus.The dailies are an interesting problem. What happens to the daily quest rep grinds? Will the Netherwing faction simply vanish? Or will they give Rep but not gold or XP?
7-07-2008 @ 3:00AM
I think they should do something with the old Pre-BC areas. I like the Caverns of Time is getting an instance.I think Silithus could be updated, or perhaps an event done there, such as a bug invasion of other areas near it. And I don't mean like the little hives in Tanaris, Un'Goro and Feralas. I mean a major invasion of bugs, hitting towns and such.Or a new Scourge Invasion, in response to the encroachment of Northrend.
7-07-2008 @ 3:14AM
> Or a new Scourge Invasion, in response to the encroachment of Northrend.Not very logical to send your army away when everyone is going to storm your castle ;)
7-07-2008 @ 5:02AM
There is going to be a new Scourge Invasion! Doesn't anyone read the news anymore?
7-07-2008 @ 6:14AM
Dailies will be giving xp rather than gold, until you get to level 80. But since they will increase the xp you need from a level, and increase the xp rewards in Northrend, you wouldn't want to stick with the dailies unless you actually need the factions.And Northrend is bound to have plenty of new dailies, the question is if you can start doing those as soon as you enter Northrend, or if they will require L80.
7-07-2008 @ 8:36AM
They stated at WWI that they wanted dailies to be a part of the leveling process in Northrend. It's one of the things they wished they had implemented sooner in TBC.
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