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3-24-2009 @ 5:06PM
And Ratchet, I think. I'd still use the Bankalt I have camped in Ironforge. Can't beat two tabs worth of gbank space for storing mats for alts.
3-24-2009 @ 5:11PM
Nope, none in Ratchet. Just Gadgetzan, Everlook and Booty Bay. No one goes to Winterspring, Tanaris is waaay too far from other capitals (unless you're an engineer) and BB... well, that's where I'd go. Allies can get there very quickly, Hordies have to use a boat or a zeppelin. Still, I think making a neutral AH, as mentioned in the article, would make it superior to normal ones and thus make them almost as deserted as poor Shatt.
3-24-2009 @ 5:54PM
Gnomish Engineers can teleport to the Neutral AH in Gadgetzan; Goblin Engineers can teleport to the Neutral AH in Everlook. If Blizzard was going to add another Neutral AH they should put it in K3. It's a quick flight from Dalaran and while not easily accessible to all characters it'd still make it a heck of a lot more accessible to folks who have at least one level 80 character.
3-24-2009 @ 7:50PM
Yeah, when I see goblins that don't have an AH, I feel sad for them, so lets put in AHs in the netherstorm town and K3.
3-24-2009 @ 8:55PM
K3 wouldn't be bad for a neutral AH, but the one in Tanaris isn't that far if you have access to Dalaran. Hop into the Viloet Citadel and port to the Caverns of Time, from there, a 2 minute jaunt on mount. Not the MOST convenient option, to be sure, but not horrible.
3-26-2009 @ 9:16AM
"Tanaris is waaay too far from other capitals (unless you're an engineer)"Maybe it used to be too far away - now you can port to CoT from the Violet Citadel and then its no time at all to mount up and ride over to Bartertown.I still use my ripper to Everlook every now and then.
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