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11-01-2009 @ 2:41PM
I loved both per-expansion world events. While they both had downfalls most of it ended up being against lower level players. Whether it was getting stuck outside Ironforge due to Krull, or having no way to defend yourself against lvl 80 zombies and as soon as you turn getting 1-shot by level 80 guards. If they could do something to the effect of all zombies become the same level and health it would take care of most of those problems. Of course you'd still have people whining cause their regular routine gets screwed up for a few days.Those it's a while off, I am kind of curious as to what Cataclysm's world event will be. Both BC and WotLK were kinda in memory of the destruction that players can find that the devs never expect or thought of. The BC world event was inspired by people kiting Kazzak up to Stormwind where he utterly destroyed everything(I still love this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jl0VWJdE01M )and WotLK was inspired by the ZG outbreak which foreced everyone out of cities, cause crowds equaled death ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAEhyHiNdrA&feature=related ). Blizzard has become better at making it so this type of thing doesn't happen which is a good thing and a kind of a shame at the same time. So what would they base the Cataclysm event on?
11-01-2009 @ 3:15PM
i agree — it was awesome, and blizzard has learned something new with every world event. i can't wait to see what they have cooked up for Cataclysm. i personally felt the zombie event should have lasted 2-3 days longer, but blizzard waffled in the face of so much wailing and gnashing of teeth and cut it short. i hope the new event really shakes things up. i wasn't 80 at the time of the zombie event, but i just rolled with the discord and had a great time.
11-01-2009 @ 7:39PM
No one was 80 at the time.
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