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6-06-2009 @ 4:06AM
This isn't the first time they've done this. In vanilla, Mauradon had chests, which could drop good items (for the time). Again, back then, the account thieves and exploiters were doing something in there to get to them, so Blizzard removed them. It was also that exploit that made them implement the number of instances you could enter per hour. There were several rumors about it - we know that they were running in and out of instances constantly, enough to make the instance servers flaky, and there were rumors they had discovered some kind of duping exploit.Anyone who says that gold sellers, and the sleaze who hang out on WoW exploit sites have no impact on that game, get a clue. They've impacted the game in heavy ways, Blizzard has taken content away and limited *all* players because of them. (the account theft is the greater issue, they're stealing hundreds of accounts per *week*)The chests in BC instances won't be missed that much, but it's sad for new players who will be leveling through, it's one more thing they don't get, just because some lazy players can't be bothered to grind some gold.
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