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4-10-2009 @ 11:05PM
no one's going to read this, but I'll post anyway, you know, for posterity.I think the biggest mistake of WotLK was having 10 and 25 flavors of the same raids. This makes people A. get tired of content faster and B. start to fight over which is better. EoE and OS should be 10 mans, Naxx 25. (ideally Ulduar would be 10 man, or have separate 10 man and 25 man wings)3.2 AN (with a backdoor to ICC) New Battleground, Gnomes and Trolls3.2.5 Ziggurat in IC and Something Awesome in Crystalsong3.3 ICC (I really want this to be a 40 man, because it's the freaking Lich King man (maybe 25 with 25 npc dps helpers from the opposite faction [some with weird classes, Gnome Druid, Forsaken Paladin anyone?]4.0 I would like a profession that makes shields, wands, bows, staves... but lumberjacking is not going to happen. maybe they could break subpar items for the wood, then use skins, furs, and feathers to make the items thus using skinning.new races, not Goblins, especially not if Undermine is the Neutral City. Realistic Possiblities include Ogres (warrior priest warlock mage shaman), Worgen (warrior, rogue, warlock, mage, hunter) Murlocs (warrior, rogue, shaman, priest, druid) and Kobolds (Paladin [they are always talking about their candle, maybe they mean the light from a Naaru?] mage, rogue, priest, hunter)new classes: http://www.wowwiki.com/Spirit_walker or http://www.wowwiki.com/Shadow_hunter could be adapted for a Healer/Dps rolesetting Malestorm looks most likely, Gilneas, Broken Isles and Azshara as raids ED is difficult and could be a final expansion, with each class having a separate starting zone + dungeon, then a few mixed zones Raids would be Uldum and Grim Batol while investigating the source of the Nightmare. [a bit of the princess is in another castle] before fighting the true form of Saregas in the last raid
4-11-2009 @ 9:31AM
I read your post :)I also enjoyed it.
4-11-2009 @ 9:54AM
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