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11-05-2008 @ 4:23PM
Can you do quests for DEHTA along with the Nessingwary ones, or do you have to choose?
11-05-2008 @ 4:34PM
DEHTA is considered as Cenarion Expedition rep.
11-05-2008 @ 4:50PM
I'm just saying, considering their opposition to Nessingwary along with the new uses of phasing, will you still be able to play both sides?
11-05-2008 @ 8:12PM
From what I understand, by the time you get to Sholazar Basin, you help the DEHTA come to an understanding with Nesingwary, so you're okay with both. I haven't checked wowhead's quests to be sure, but I figure Hemet Sr.'s only killing the "bad animals" these days. Evil Spiders and such. Just a guess though. I have no idea the exact circumstances of his trucing with DEHTA.
11-06-2008 @ 11:17AM
DEHTA isn't really a faction.They have some quests (in Borean Tundra, I believe) that if you do the chain, you get an achievement. The ONLY thing that will make them basically hate you is if you kill an animal and you have the debuff which I think is just called Animal Blood on you. It lasts for a few minutes, but if you get close to DEHTA, they will attack you.Nessingwary is in Sholazaar Basin which is way aways off from DEHTA and you wont deal with them that much after Borean Tundra so don't worry. Neither of them are "factions" but if you went to do Nessingwary quests to kill an animal then went straight to DEHTA with the Animal Blood debuff...they'll kill you. No vice versa, however.
11-06-2008 @ 12:14PM
That's the answer I was looking for. I knew DEHTA wasn't a faction, but I remembered reading about their animosity toward Nessingwary and their reaction toward those with animal blood on their hands. I just didn't realize that was meant literally, as an Animal Blood debuff.Good to know; thanks!
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