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8-05-2009 @ 1:08PM
It seems like they've pretty much ditched the idea of class speciffic stuff. It would have been cool if they'd put in new class speciffic mount stuff, and epic quests like Benediction,Quel Serrar and Rhok'Delar etc. Seems to me for mounts in particualar it wouldn't be that big of a deal to add a new quest at whatever the level cap is , if you want to get a class mount. If you just want the regular mount you could still get that like everyone else.
8-05-2009 @ 1:23PM
I completely agree.Having class-specific quests and rewards was an awesome thing, and something that could be continued nowadays. Too bad Blizzard does not want it so, but well... I guess this is just up for personal preference.It may be fun to tune up those quests to lvl80, along with the specific fights, and add some achievement. I'm sure people would do it even if they purchased their mount from the trainer on 60 (will be 40... soon surely coming to be 20... etcetc.) Also, famous epic items that required a quest chain, such as Quel'serrar and the hunter bow could be upgraded to 80, along with the kills they needed. (We need more decent looking gear, not made up of vyrkul or undead body parts for a change, anyway. ;) )
8-05-2009 @ 2:11PM
"it would have been cool if they'd put in new class speciffic mount stuff"When I get 100 Champion seals, I'm gonna purchase my new Paladin Only Argent Charger. I'm pretty sure that qualifies as a new class specific mount stuff.
8-05-2009 @ 8:48PM
I've been playing wow since vanilla wow. I love where wow is at atm.BUT the only thing I miss/would love to see/think they should bring back is class specific quest. Just so can finally feel a little bit unique in my class!
8-05-2009 @ 11:38PM
There's a blue quest about that, to the effect that while they really enjoyed doing class specific stuff, it's harder to justify the development time since classic specific content (obviously) is only seem by a small number of the playerbase.
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