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9-09-2009 @ 5:41PM
Any thoughts or news on how flying mounts in old world Azeroth will affect raiding other cities? Considering our capital cities are only in Azeroth, being able to fly in Outlands or Northrend over enemy faction camps wasn't really a big deal since none of our faction leaders were there or the fact that AH/Banks/Trainers/etc were all still (for the most part) in our main cities. I know the idea of first getting a full city raid together is tough, then getting to an opposing faction city on foot (undetected hopefully) then barging in on the ground, while epic, is still a lot to do. But imagine 60+ raiders dropping down out of the sky straight to the city leaders area? I just imagine chaos, while funny at first, would just get old real fast. Maybe it's just me....
9-09-2009 @ 5:47PM
I can probably see them implementing some sort of air defense system so that won't happen, kinda like Honor Hold shoots down Horde that try to fly over. But yea, good point I never thought of that!
9-09-2009 @ 5:49PM
Yeah, you thought Dalaran's no fly zone was annoying, or that the Outland guard's mark was bad. Imagine the Alliance swoop in the attack Org and get slaughtered by invisible roof archers.
9-10-2009 @ 12:19AM
An army of Paladins flying toward Orgrimmar, close to the ceiling. All dismount as they enter Horde airspace, and bubble when the defense unloads on them. Glorious carnage ensues.I cannot wait.
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