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11-04-2009 @ 8:13AM
Pamela Redpaths quest line!I'd say 80% of the reason I'm goin after the Lich King to avenge that little girls death.
11-04-2009 @ 8:24AM
Doh, you beat me to it. I guess I took to long to type. Yes this quest was my choice too!
11-04-2009 @ 8:50AM
That whole questline, and Battle of Darrowshire event are just awesome. I did it on my priest as part of Loremaster, and it was great to see. I did it originally on a mage in the 60 days with about 15 other people. Lots of fun. IMO it's one of the sad things about expansions that make previous max-level areas virtual ghostlands. Newer players won't care to go to these areas, or do these epic quest chains, because they can just head to Outland, or Northrend for more exp, money, and gear.
11-04-2009 @ 8:53AM
I love that quest line. It's heart breaking but it's one of the few that actually get you involved in the story. It better stay or I'll throw a fit :(
11-04-2009 @ 12:12PM
Oh yes. That quest sticks with you. Out of all the quest I have ever done that one leaves you with the desire to make someone pay for it more than any other.
11-04-2009 @ 5:37PM
Agreed. I just finished that quest line last night on my new druid, and it gave me even more motivation to face Arthas and deliver some long overdue justice.
11-04-2009 @ 10:18PM
This.One of the best questlines in WoW. When levelling up my DK I didn't go to Outland til 61 cos I was doing this and assosciated quests. Then when I couldn't get a group together to finish I came back at 70 and soloed the final battle. So very very rewarding.I would expect/hope that EPL will be largely unaffected. After all, there's still going to be people rolling DKs. It would be very weird for them if they go through the starting area and then when they come out of phase its "BAM - sorry this is no longer the Plaguelands and the Lich King is already vanquished. Goodbye."
11-05-2009 @ 12:29PM
She made good tea.
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