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8-18-2009 @ 1:05PM
I doubt Azeroth is getting a makeover (minus starting zones) so much as maybe they're going to use phasing. My guess is maybe some sort of portal to the future (or the old world will be "in the past") and everything will be...cataclysmed or something. I doubt the old world will be "gone". Just my guess. It just gets rid of too much old content.
8-18-2009 @ 1:38PM
Maybe like Zelda - Ocarina of Time, where you could voluntarily switch back and forth depending on what you needed, maybe this time via the Cavern of Time?
8-18-2009 @ 1:41PM
Regardless of how you get there (whether via phasing, a portal, or some other peculiar method), a new look for Azeroth would surely constitute a "makeover."
8-18-2009 @ 3:03PM
@ValorumI'd trade in my hearthstone for an ocarina in a heartbeat.
8-18-2009 @ 5:52PM
@luthielleWhy wouldn't you? An ocarina is like a teleporter, weather/time controller, Soothe mind all in one!P.S. My personal shopping list for the expansion: Night elf mages look hawt (read: pun) so gotta roll me one of those, worgen druid is a defo and lastly worgen warrior, named Arroogah!
10-09-2009 @ 10:07PM
No phasing. No "portal". No going back to Old Azeroth as it was. If you watched the panels on the live stream you would know this. Azeroth will never be the same. Think of this as World of Warcraft 2 without the hassle of starting over again (like most games that come out with a sequel).
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