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8-12-2009 @ 8:16AM
The 4.0 opening event. Whatever it is, I wanna see it phased! Imagine Westfall under siege by Naga! Durotar overrun by Murlocs! Mulgore Flooded! The snow of Dun Morogh melting into Loch Modan, causing a flood destroying Thelsamar! The Exodar repaired! Thousand Needles a Thousand Islands!
8-12-2009 @ 8:21AM
I would love to see phasing used for something like this. Or, as a previous poster said, used to "permanently" change the old world in some way as you progress.Before they take a big step like that, though, I think Blizzard will have to come up with a way for you to go back to a previous phase so you can join up with people who have not gotten up to where you are.
8-12-2009 @ 9:30AM
I agree with Tanek, if whole zones are being phased, their needs to be a way to go back a phase to aid someone else. Icecrown was hard for this. I would be in x phase trying to help a friend in y phase. There were some instances that I could help, like tanking a whole bunch of mobs so he could blow the abomination up on me for easier kills, but when he was ganged up on by a couple of horde, I could not aid at all but watch his health drop. A big part of this game is being able to do content with each other. If that gets limited more and more, it will be harder and harder to play with those that are not on the exact same page you are. I could only imagine trying to aid a friend in getting the pre VC quests completed and realizing that I can't find him because my Moonbrook is saved where he is dying in a defias owned Moonbrook. I am all for zones being revisited, having Moonbrook revitalized would be awesome, but I would also want to be able to help my friends out where they need it, and not be restricted because I already completed that content.
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