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5-12-2009 @ 4:40PM
It is actually pretty annoying when you get two lances. I always used to throw one out. Good thing I got my Crusader title and don't need to do them anymore. They're horrible (despite offering a nice amount of money).As for the Horde Outland question, I'd also recommend Nagrand (with the long Thrall chain), but don't forget to do the Hellfire ones first. Well, the Peninsula itself is also pretty epic. I don't know what Alliance lovers think, but I found the Thrallmar quests better than the Honor Hold ones.But if you want really great lore behind the quest lines, wait until you hit Northrend. That's a nice bite of history and epicness. And Lich King-ness.
5-12-2009 @ 4:44PM
And go to Borean Tundra. Saurfang breaks the scale on epic.
5-12-2009 @ 7:39PM
So what's up with the Tournament mount spells? Whenever I cast one, or should I say spam casting one until it actually casts, the cooldown starts, hiccups then starts over. No other vehicle spell does this. It is impossible to complete any of the harder jousting quests because of it.
5-12-2009 @ 8:35PM
The argent lances are annoying, because they keep trying to give you new ones, and never take away the old ones. Every time I pick up a daily, it says "you already have one of those!" and I end up having to delete them when I'm done to make room.And they can't make an excuse that "it's so you can have mounted fights without having the quest" because that's what the racks are supposed to be for.They really could have designed that better.
5-13-2009 @ 1:27PM
@vinniedcleaner : Stop Spam casting.
5-14-2009 @ 8:05PM
What I mean about spam casting is this, I try to cast a spell (when it's off it's cooldown), doesn't work, so I try again, and again, and again, etc until it actually casts. The other thing I notice is that the mob I am targeting starts attacking me even before the spell casts. There is definately something wrong with the AT mount spells, I don't have any problems with any other vehicle types.
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