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6-20-2009 @ 8:34AM
I think it'll probably largely be forgotten about until Blizzard are desperate to use it. Like the Caverns of Time. No raid for that in this expansion pack? Really? Pfah.
6-20-2009 @ 8:39AM
We'll see plenty more of the Caverns in due time. I Think once they start phasing old-world content(and if my speculations are correct that will be heavily done next expansion) they'll increase the scope of the Caverns of time. Only problem now is that there really isn't any lore that is relevant to our current storyline that we haven't exploited yet. Next CoS raid, What with the Maelstrom being the likely expansion, will probably be the Fall of Azshara or the first encounter on Azeroth with the Burning legion
6-20-2009 @ 8:47AM
I honestly don't think it's going to be used at all. We all know that 3.3 is going to be the Icecrown raid, and unless something unforseen happens that will most likely be the last patch before the next expansion. Blizzard has never been too keen on sending players back into the older worlds to complete content from the current expansion, I don't see that changing.
6-20-2009 @ 8:58AM
Look at all the Mount changes though. It's getting easier and easier to navigate through the old world. Also, It's been hinted various times that Gil'neas and Kul'Tiras are going to be released in a future patch. I think It was Zharym who said something like "I wonder just what awaits you behind the Greymane Wall".Bliz wants to make older content easier to navigate. Grim batol will inevitably be released and that's a pain for horde chars to get to. Loose ends are going to be tied up soon
6-20-2009 @ 9:40AM
@AnimosisCaverns of Time in TBC and WotLK - Thats in Tanaris, Kalimdor and has been used in BOTH expansions, I do see this being used in many expansions to come. Especially with Night Elves for Emerald Dream lore.
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