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1-05-2010 @ 8:15AM
theres three places i knew of back in the lvl 60 days that had closed instance looks ....where the red elite dragonkin in the wetlands are there is a tower or castle maybe they had plans there also stormwind has one thats gated off havent looked lately to see if its still there and if i remeber correctly northern hintherlands where the elite dragons are there was another but may be that was just a world boss cant quite remeber since i havent been up there in awhile either but id like to see more low lvl content like duskwallow marsh getting something or even lakeshire or duskwood
1-05-2010 @ 8:22AM
SOMETHING in Moonglade! That entire zone has a lot of promise and needs more content
1-05-2010 @ 8:53AM
Wetlands elites = Grim Batol areaHinterlands elites = World Boss (Dragons of Nightmare)SW = who knows?As far as possible dungeon opportunites, Azhshara always felt like it needed an instance. The first time I wandered there it felt so epic with the ruins and elites walking around - then I realized how barren the zone actually is. Reading about the background lore really makes me wish there was an instance and more quests there.Also, flesh out Timbermaw Hold please - like the Greymane wall it was so epic walking up to the front gate...and then I realized it was just scenery.I know they're redoing it in Cataclsym as a starting zone, but still...I'd rather have seen the existing zone get more fleshed out.
1-05-2010 @ 9:16AM
That gated area in SW?http://lostwow.com/TheVault.shtml
1-05-2010 @ 9:22AM
Moonglade? There are two raid bosses in Moonglade...
1-05-2010 @ 11:08AM
If I recall correctly, they were originally going to do a Stormwind Sewers dungeon, but decided against it.
1-05-2010 @ 12:07PM
There was another instance planned for SW called Stormwind Vault. There is a map and article about it here. http://www.wowwiki.com/Stormwind_Vault
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