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11-09-2009 @ 1:31PM
The three best features of Warhammer Online were the Tome of Knowledge, a seperate inventory for quest items, and public/open groups. I'd love to see Blizzard adopt all three of those into WoW, to be honest. :)Public groups are more open-ended than the new LFG system (which is pretty cool, BTW). When you formed a group, you could mark it as public and then other people could just browse open groups around them and join at will. No fuss, no asking to be let in, no waiting for someone to click accept. Don't want random yahoos? Don't mark yourself as a public group.Seperate quest inventories. Every quest item went in a seperate inventory and thus didn't take up your precious bag space. Simple, efficient, avoids cluttering up the bank with quest items you forget about and then end up re-acquiring to finish your quest.
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