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11-12-2008 @ 7:54PM
As far as I'm concerned, Alliance engineers will have to train in Howling Fjord (There is not engineer trainer in the Borean Tundra).My Holy Paladin was camped in Menethil to go train there engineering (one of the quest items for the Tundra was an engineer made item), after that I will Hearthstone to Stormwind City and take the boat to Borean Tundra to keep on going with my 'adventure' in the frozen wastes of Northrend.So, if anybody want my advice, set your hearthstone in the town or city that takes you to the zone where you want to start and then ride and/or take a taxi to the other one so you don't have to wait FOREVER during those loading screens of doom (several players in Beta used to get taken back in the same boat because the huge amount of players in the boats/zeppelins made the loading screens take forever and a year).
11-12-2008 @ 7:58PM
Logic says Borean Tundra would have at least one engineering trainer for Alliance. Fizzcrank Airstrip is all gnomes, and gnomes are primarily known for engineering.
11-12-2008 @ 9:03PM
Your logic would fail you here, RogueJedi. Logic would also place an anvil in Tinkertown, capital of these gnomes that are so well known for their engineering skills. However you will clearly see that they have only been granted a forge to smelt metal, and they have to go elsewhere to actually do any engineering work.
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