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8-12-2008 @ 7:39PM
As of last night, the faction DEHTA is tied with is actually Cenarian Expedition. I don't know if that is going to change in the live release or not. I was maxed in my CE rep, but my boyfriend was not and he commented on it. So it seems like just an extra boost to those who would want to go back and get that hippogryph mount or some recipe from the CE, which makes sense because who really wants to run those instances ten thousand times once you can level to 80? So, if it stays CE rep, it kinda has to stay druids and I'm not really sure what else they could call it. Someone past me would have to answer whether DEHTA continues to be around in the rest of Northrend that much. I've only experienced one small camp that you can almost entirely miss in the Borean Tundra. They may very well pop up later, but I honestly didn't think they felt out of place as they are. They're radical, kinda nutso, and sorta humorous... but considering how heavy the idea of Northrend is with deathknights and the scourge and Arthas, I almost feel they're a way to have a break from the gloominess too. On the topic of ZA... I will admit that the whole lore was kinda tossed to the wayside and that was disappointing. I didn't mind the Indiana Jones jokes, but oddly enough, the raid itself seemed so serious compared to the outside, they're really jarring when put together.
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