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11-09-2009 @ 3:19PM
Interesting how there's so much more information on changes being made in Kalimdor. I'm sure the changes will end up being evenly spread among the continents, but we know almost nothing of what will happen in EK.I don't think I had realized before that the Goblin city would be connected to Org, but that makes sense. Gilneas seems to have been lost (or is seriously contested) and the Worgen are getting their own quarter in SW, I guess I should've realized the Goblins would be expanding into a new area of Org.
11-09-2009 @ 4:11PM
Partially, our lack of knowledge about EK is due to the guy on the photo covering the map with his arm. heh
11-09-2009 @ 4:22PM
Although that's true, we still wouldn't have that much information, just whether certain zones would be getting overhauls or not (and possibly what modified level ranges would be). In terms of zones that we have concrete details on how they'll change, we have lots in Kalimdor (Azshara, Barrens, Ashenvale, Darkshore, Thousand Needles, Desolace) and only a couple in the Eastern Kingdoms. I think the destruction of Southshore (no great loss, there's that other Alliance town just north of there) is the only officially announced one, but Wetlands is probably gonna see some major changes, and I bet Silverpine will see at least an Alliance hub added (although that would lead to a contested sub-20 zone, so maybe the Worgen won't be going that way.)
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