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10-27-2008 @ 1:16AM
I see what they're trying to do here, and can appreciate the chaos and lore... I understand they're trying to give the Lich King's power a noticeable feel and show everyone just how deep this goes and how frail the situation is...but seriously...This is the most disruptive, annoying event that has ever occurred. The game is utterly unplayable right now if you're not participating in the zombie invasion. AH, banks, battlemasters, even just trying to walk through a city has become a chore. I'm a huge fan of the zombie genre but I would be ecstatic if I could go back to playing WoW. I'll wait for Left4Dead to kill zombies.
10-27-2008 @ 1:41AM
Man, imagine how pissed you would be if this were real? It's called immersion, some will live, some will fall, and the rest will run away screaming like little girls.
10-27-2008 @ 1:43AM
I've been grind reps. Surprisingly very few zombies in the villages of furbolgs.The game is not "unplayable."
10-27-2008 @ 2:55AM
I hear Hello Kitty Online is a nice, peaceful game.
10-27-2008 @ 5:28AM
Same here Zero - I've been grinding Timermaw and I don't get zombies bothering me.This may be way off base, but I live in New York, and after the Terrorist attacks, we just adapted. We didn't complain about how hard it was to get down town, we just changed how we did things till normality was restored.If a serious thing were to happen, we would leave, and come back later. If you're a low level player, you would do well to avoid the cities during this.If you want to role play it, make a low-level alt, and have him handle the character's business like AH and banking. Goblin cities, much less touched by this, have banks as well. It should work fine.Enjoy that the game is dynamic enough that you can live around it.
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