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8-05-2009 @ 9:15PM
Hmm... this is a tough one. I did my Dreadsteed quest at 60, and LOVED it. Most Warlocks that did the quest are very proud of themselves and others. I remember riding around on my Dreadsteed and other players (including Warlocks) would /cheer for me. Sure it was all about grinding for the money (no rich main back then) and mats and whatnot, but honestly what part of this game isn't a grind? Even now with the various levels of raids, players are in these raids for hours and hours, week after week trying to gear up. Even progression because grinding after a while. So Blizzards argument about grinding and trying to avoid it is very amusing really.That all being said, now that players are able to get epic mounts at 40, they can buy any other normal purchasable mount instead, but if they want the Dreadsteed they should do it the old fashion way. I don't think a warlock that hasn't done the quest deserves it and even though it maybe soloable with the help of an 80, the fact that they stilll ran the quest and did it is fine. Why would blizz turn people away from content they created? And very very good content at that? No one is stopping a lvl 40 Warlock from riding an epic mount, just not the class on until they do what is required of them to be able to summon it.
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