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6-11-2009 @ 4:54PM
Good time for me to have just started playing again and rolling a druid as my main, assuming that 3.2 comes out soon.- Travel Form at 16- Mount at 20- Epic Mount at 40- Flight Form/Flying Mount at 60Suddenly, doing the 1 to 60 grind for the 5th time doesn't sound so bad.But what about the quests for the Paladin and Warlock epic mounts?I know the Paladin quest required you to go to Dire Maul, Scholomance, and maybe a few other instances. But you obviously can't run those at level 40. Will the quests be removed? Or just revamped to require you to go somewhere else, such as Scarlet Monastery?
6-11-2009 @ 5:06PM
Pretty sure they removed both a while ago, forget the patch but completing the 60 paladin epic quest got me a feat of strength
6-11-2009 @ 5:43PM
@Taruan: No, the quests are still available and still grant a Feat of Strength when you do them.
6-11-2009 @ 6:19PM
Quoting myself:They're still in the game now - however it's an interesting point. They may well be removing them (and this may have been their plan all along) since they're now a Feat of Strength. The majority of Feats aren't meant to be "currently" achievable - the epic mount quests may be going this way.As Ayajulia says, there are other Feats of Strength that are still attainable, but I'm still leaning towards removal of these two epic mount quests. These are great candidates for removal because a) they're no longer relevant as the epic mounts are being moved to 40, thus b) people who achieved it before the "change" (as with many other FoS) are those with the Feat of Strength and c) its one of the easiest Feats of Strength to attain. Most other "currently attainable" FoS have some degree of difficulty or time involved - like the rep grinding of The Insane or the hundreds and hundreds of spider/stalker kills (and subsequent faction grinding) required to get Hero of Shattrath.
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