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11-23-2009 @ 12:19PM
If I remember correctly, Undercity also used to have a second floor. I can see how all that extra space, especially if it's not being used for anything, could be really confusing.
11-23-2009 @ 12:27PM
Well, in Cataclysm, they are revamping the top part of Undercity as well as the entire city itself in order to better accommodate the flying mounts. Maybe they'll incorporate the original idea to that.Which would be cool. I'd love to see the Forsaken architecture from Northrend come back home with us.
11-23-2009 @ 12:31PM
To falcon: YES!!! ME TOO! It was so . . .unique. part haunted house, part victorian mansion (which of course is where our concept of haunted comes from) with undead green trim. Maybe a level cap to the upper level so noobs dont' get lost.I used to have to hearth out of UC cuz i could never find my way out.
11-23-2009 @ 12:46PM
you can still get up to the second floor with slowfall (parachute cape might work) rocketboots (being mounted works but it much harder) the sewer entrance and some luck, its quite cool to do i would recommend on on a mage or an engineer
11-23-2009 @ 12:56PM
I think there will be some of the new undead architecture in Lordaeron City in Cataclysm. But I think Blizz will try to stay close to what they shown in the Warcraft 3 cinematics.. and tbh I hope they do because that city looked awesome.
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