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8-12-2009 @ 9:20PM
This is insanely cool. Reworking old world content is one of those things we've all talked about, but never expected because blizz Is hard at work on new content. Amazing.
8-12-2009 @ 10:39PM
8-13-2009 @ 2:19AM
please dear god......... please make the old instance still accessible.... please....I hate that I can never step foot in Old Game Naxx...
8-13-2009 @ 2:22AM
heheh, yeah, how will i ever feel like a big man for soloing onyxia if she becomes an endgame raid boss again? :Pbut... 310% mount that looks like onyxia? onyxia non combat pet? yes please!!
8-13-2009 @ 1:38PM
@ A1CYancy The Blue poster has stated the old version of the instance is going the way of old nax (ie cant get in anymore)
8-13-2009 @ 10:50PM
The blue post says it will convert the INSTANCE into 10 and 25 man VERSIONS not that the old one was going completely away. Also, it's not about soloing Onyxia. It's about being able to experience all aspects of the game. I wasn't here pre-BC and I want to experience pre-BC content. This game is only going to bigger and better gear, bigger and better mounts, and bigger and better enchants. It was about lore and a story at one point. OBVIOUSLY it's going away from that and that is a crying shame. Why waste the time designing more characters to interact when the could just spam unimaginitive instances that really have no place in the true story line. It's just a scab. Something to hold over the drooling gear whores of the game so their attention doesn't have them switch to GTA or COD. Yes, please force feed me sorry excuses for story line and bandage it up with a mount... like there aren't a 100 in the game already... ooo but it looks like onyxia........what a shame...
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