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5-10-2009 @ 10:11PM
I am in two mind sets of vanilla WoW... Whilst levelling in WoW can get a bit tedious sometimes people forget that Blizzard has made it so much easier! I remember tearing my hair out when i heard that levelling from 1-60 (then later 61-70) would be made faster and that non-elite sections in zones (that troll place in the hinterlands for example) had been done away with. But a problem presents itself in the fact that WHY should everything be made easier just for people who can't accept that if they want endgame content, they have to work for it?Despite being made easier to level in WoW I do think that Blizzard needs to seriously think about redesigning quests for vanilla content (increasing quest drop rates) and add some things to the old continents to draw people back to it or make it less tedious. For example, heroic old world dungeons such as Strath/Scholo would be BRILLIANT seeing as it ties in with LK story. Another area like IoQ, phasing in old zones to introduce new higher level quests to previous zones *silithus, plaguelands ect...) and for gods sake, flying mounts in old continent or at least some form of steroid-infused ground mount! Yes it wouldn't be easy for blizz to do all of this (especially the flying mounts in vanilla content, massive patch up to the 3D design ect.) BUT it would make the older content a lot more attractive and it would be 'epic w!n'The worst move of all would be to 'skip' levels. I completely agree with A1CYancy , you learn your class during the levels. If were able to start skipping levels god forbid the n00b populace would increase ten fold (no offense to any new players)! If all else fails... create a hordey if you play ally or vice versa. Thats just about starting from scratch. :)
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