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10-27-2008 @ 11:52AM
Took down Scorn last night, at the appropriate level and everything! Plenty for us lowbies to do, not sure why people are threatening to cancel their accounts really.Got the mail gloves, for reference. Very nice for my paladin. :)
10-27-2008 @ 12:17PM
I think the bigger problem for low level characters is getting killed by high level zombies, and having quest givers killed. Which I agree is quite annoying.People threaten to cancel their accounts and whine about everything all the time, so this isn't exactly new - it's just more to complain about. If it weren't for the scourge invasion, trade chat would be filled with complaints about ret pallys, or how Blizzard never does anything interesting, or Chuck Norris pwned their mom. It's an inconvenience but really not that big of a deal. Most people who complain about this would just complain about something else if it weren't for the invasion.
10-27-2008 @ 12:42PM
The issue for lowbies can be summed up by one i passed in Silverpine Forest while finishing up some quests for by Amassador title (got it last night).About to hand in a few quests into the Horde camp, Sepulcher, and theres a level 20 Undead Priest stood outside. I think nothing of it and run into the Sepulcher, where two Horde players, now zombies, have infected the entire area.As a Paladin, it was my duty to kick there butts and purge that place of the Undead, i then yell to the lowbie that it's safe to come in, where he thanks me and tells me he's been waiting 20 minutes for the zombies to go.Thats why people are whining about this event, it's not just PvP style griefing, it's much worse as it can be done by gits on your own faction.
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