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1-01-2010 @ 6:41AM
I think you're forgetting all the extra changes that 3.2 had, though, which would make it more anticipated. I mean, sure, not everyone was super thrilled with the new BG or the new instance or the new raid, but the mount changes, new druid forms, and other non-raid things were really what had people going, don't you think? I mean, even the little extras- like more mailboxes and the extra forge/anvil in Org. Or the Ravasaur trainer (FINALLY). Potions stacking to 20. Chef's hat improved to make your cooking faster. Epic Gems. Heirloom Cold Weather Flying. The new raptor mini pets.Just because the raid content wasn't up to snuff doesn't mean that the patch sucked. No, it wasn't my favorite, but honestly 3.3 kind of blew everything else out of the water at the end of it all. I do know that when 3.2 was on the verge I was pretty damned excited and it wasn't because of a new raid. And I suspect the new druid forms alone were what made the patch the biggest wow.com story of 2009
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