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11-16-2009 @ 2:56AM
I haven't played Warhammer, but I've watched my roommate do it. To do the public quests you literally have to walk into the area and you automatically join the group. You don't even have to organize with the other players doing the quest at the same time. Refusing to do the quest because you are a "solo" player is both stupid and arrogant. If you want to play solo I suggest you go play a single player game. I found the Icecrown quests difficult to do as well, I ended up only doing a few of them and then skipping the rest when I got the quest-counting achi. I wouldn't consider this a good example of why WoW needs more solo content, but rather an oversight on Blizz's implementation of phasing and the number of people who need to do the quest at one time.
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