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11-05-2009 @ 9:30PM
So if this 'final' (and not just a 'here we are right now') map, then Kalimdor looks to be having much more work done to it than the Eastern Kingdoms (EK) (and the northern part of EK seems to have been basically left alone)... Odd as I always preferred questing in Kalimdor to EK - the quests and stories just seemed more interesting to me there.Also I notice that all the starting zones for the original 8 races are in green, does this mean that they'll likely be untouched, with the exception of a couple of lore/quest changes and more class trainers put in? If so, then I'm kinda disappointed, I was hoping for at least some moderate changes being made to the starting zones too.
11-06-2009 @ 12:55AM
Durotar the Orc/Troll starting area is Yellow suggesting the worst starting zone in the game is getting some help. Might also have something to do with Troll druids or the Trolls retaking the Echo Isles. That said I agree many of the other starting area need help most notable on the Alliance side is Dun Morogh. It was my first but I have never been able to make it through there since. I think the Tauren, Forsaken, Human, Night elf. Have always been at much higher level than the other two but none of them are at the Blood Elf/Draenei level. So I would be happy to improvements all the way around. Interesting from the map looks like Ghostlands is going to be untouched as well.
11-05-2009 @ 9:59PM
Yeah me too, especially considering how awesome all the expansion starting zones were.
11-05-2009 @ 10:13PM
Durotar's in yellow, meaning moderate overhaul. Probably due to Garrosh's influence.
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