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12-26-2009 @ 8:26AM
I always thought the final part of the Alliance Onyxia attunement chain would have made a great cinematic. Start when Marshall Windsor returns to Stormwind.
12-26-2009 @ 8:27AM
Absolutely agreed! ive thought of it myself, too.
12-26-2009 @ 8:46AM
Exactly what I was coming in here to post!
12-26-2009 @ 9:36AM
Absolutely. I didn't get to finish it until literally 30 minutes before the servers went down for patch 3.0. I spammed trade for half an hour before announcing I was going to do the quest and that it would be the last chance to ever see it. Turned off auto run and just walked alongside him the whole way; I actually had quite a little procession accompanying me.The way he just walked the whole way, like what was coming was just inevitable, I definitely found it to be the high point of lore for classic. The only thing I could rate higher as needing a cinematic would be the opening of the gates of Ahn'Qiraj, which I unfortunately never saw.
12-26-2009 @ 11:26AM
I was going to post that myself but you're first. /salute. I've got, somewhere, a video I made of our final guild member attunement before it was going to all go away. We started at the gates of Stormwind and walked with Windsor. I felt so sad. The best quest line was leaving the next day. I learned how to toggle walk on, following Windsor. I learned the value of patience, doing that section from "A Crumpled Note", 4 and 5 times a week in an effort to get enough people attuned to take a guild group into her lair. I learned what success in a raid meant when we downed her the first time as a guild. There have been many "Oh wow!" moments in this game since I first started playing, but I think Onyxia in the keep was the very best up to Wrathgate. I missed the opening of the gates so I can't compare that. Unfortunately, my video is huge and I've not found any place where it could be uploaded without $$$. I haven't watched it in months. I think I shall find it now.
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