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6-18-2009 @ 8:41PM
"Blizzard hasn't changed the holiday since its 2008 incarnation, which is actually a good thing in a number of ways because last year's revamped and expanded Fire Festival was great."If they haven't ever changed it, how could it be "revamped and expanded"
6-18-2009 @ 10:16PM
He didn't say they never changed it, he said they didn't change it from last year.Pre-2008 fires festival was mostly just the fireworks display. Things around Azeroth looked slightly different but you couldn't really tell anything was going on.Last year, however, they added the burn/honor the fires quests, the juggling, the fire poles and the other flavor quests.
6-18-2009 @ 10:18PM
I think she means they haven't changed it from last year when they did revamp it.
6-19-2009 @ 11:58AM
What Zrob and offday said. The 2008 Midsummer Fire Festival was a huge improvement over the previous version of the holiday, but I don't think there are any huge changes to it this year (but I'll be around as soon as the holiday turns over to find out if I'm wrong). I'll alter the line though, it does seem a bit awkward.
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