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8-02-2009 @ 2:23PM
I know they've made it so some quest givers treat you differently based on what you've done in the past.For example, Garrosh will either commend you for your bravery in Nagrand if you did the Thrall questline there, or he'll look to you like dirt, each one telling you to leave Northrend.I got both with my seasoned 70 Hunter that did the questline and my leveling 70 Warrior that only went to Nagrand for the easy quests.They've gotten a bit better with NPCs celebrating the victories of the players. Though it's always odd to hear the Kirin Tor NPCs saying "Noobkillz, a pleasure to see you."
8-02-2009 @ 3:43PM
In some cases, the quest givers DO remember if you've done a previous quest. This is especially true during long quest series, where the default "click on npc" text will change in order to be part of the advancing quest dialog. One example that comes to mind is the Linken quest chain in Un'Goro; only at one point in the quest will Linken greet you with the phrase "pay me and I'll talk..."In terms of actually remembering whether you've done a quest in another zone, that happens too on occasion. Gryan Stoutmantle in Grizzly Hills will remember you from your time in Westfall, greeting you with conversation about which reward you picked from the end of his chain.Overall, it does happen, it just needs to happen more often to be noticed.
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