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10-26-2008 @ 2:21PM
Could you provide info as to what level you have to be to get these quests? Or shall I just presume it's YET ANOTHER 70s-only-get-away-from-the-cool-kid's-table event?
10-26-2008 @ 2:29PM
In some place a level 58 said he had the quests, but the gear and stuff is all level 70 geared. Even the mobs.Blizzard sadly doesnt add enough new content to the guys levelling up, but that's just the way it goes.I'd like to see more redone content like Dustwallow Marsh's new shiny feel. Mid-20/early 30s zones need that done to them and early 40s zones too.
10-26-2008 @ 2:48PM
You took the words right out of my mouth. Yet another bunch of content for the endgame people alone. e_e
10-26-2008 @ 4:04PM
Wholly agreed. I wish Blizzard would remember that different people play the game at different paces, and that they'd realize that it sucks to miss out on short-term or one-time events just because you don't have a level 70 character. Grr. Arg.
10-26-2008 @ 4:12PM
According to WoWhead, you only need to be level 50. The mobs are level 70, however, so you need to be really careful and have generous 70 friends to kill them and keep you alive. As a level 64 priest with a 70 pally and 70 mage, I was able to pick up enough runes for the tabard, banner trinket, cloth shoulders, and cloth gloves (46 runes in total, 56 if you include the ten needed for the first quest), loot the cloth chest piece, and get half a level of experience. The only item I can actually equip before I hit 70 is the tabard, though. It was a profitable night for everyone, and I was still able to provide decent healing at my level.
10-26-2008 @ 7:28PM
I really want one of those tabards, but I doubt that I can hit lvl 50 fast enough...Damn you Blizzard for making this so frustrating to low-level chars.
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