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8-20-2008 @ 1:03PM
"BC also has no world treasure chests, sadly"Um... yeah it does... all over the place. They're just smaller and tend to blend in with the grass.
8-20-2008 @ 1:13PM
Glad I am not the only one thinking this. While getting silk and mageweave has been a major annoyance the occasional khorium from fel iron bound, and adamantite bound chests is nice. There are tons of places to find these chests, and yes, as Ktok said they blend in VERY WELL! Whether it's in the swamps of Zangarmarsh near the broken, grassy ogre huts in Nagrand, or in the dark areas in Blades Edge Mountains and Shadowmoon Valley, they are real, they are there, and while most are disappointing ( 3 silk and a lvl 45 water in my last one) they are worth keeping your eyes open for! ( Ore, Leather, herbs and one blue gem)
8-20-2008 @ 1:10PM
http://www.wowwiki.com/Fel_Iron_Chest , for clarification.
8-20-2008 @ 1:51PM
Note: While there are chests *now*, they weren't there when BC first came out. In fact, I think it wasn't until the first Dailies were released that Outland got chests.
8-20-2008 @ 4:16PM
as grock said all chests in BC were introduced a good bit after launch. Before they were all in instances.
8-20-2008 @ 6:03PM
They decided to remove at BC launch because gold farmers had farmed them in the past for easy greens and sometimes blues. When they finally added them, they no longer dropped good stuff. They just drop trade skill item junk and maybe a little silver.
8-21-2008 @ 6:23AM
@GrockThey were always there from BC launch, they just had old-world loot (like level 40 crap). Much later they decided to change the loot to be outlands-level items.
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