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1-15-2010 @ 3:31PM
What I think should happen in this regard is similar to the kiting fun people have.Have stormwind one day be attacked by a dragon. Have the tournament attacked by the scourge, ironforge attacked by a demon that sprung up from the depths.Have them be random occurrences but not so regular that it takes away the fun. Like once a month an occurrence happens somewhere in the world. Booty Bay is overrun by naga, a giant krakken being what is leading them... so everyone go save booty bay! Or something like that.Basically, in medieval times, there were stories about demons attacking cities, or in greece and rome, the attacks of cyclops or other mythical beasts. I dunno, but I enjoy watching entire cities fight/flee from a mob that's been kited through the gates and goes on a rampage until it's brought down. And in those cases, you don't even need to be in a raid group to fight, so it could be geared that you need the dps output of about 40 level 85's to kill it, but you'll have hundreds of people fighting of all levels. Then get some kind of a buff or something. You know, the city celebrates the defeat of whatever menace was tehre. A special feast with a really good food buff takes place until reset at like 3am or whatever it is. To honor you for your deeds of saving the city, the leader of the city gives you a bag of goodies tiered to your level. (Basically when you down the boss it starts a quest like the headless horseman event) I don't know, it seemed like a good idea before I started screwing it up by trying to explain it. :( fail. Maybe someone will get at what I mean.
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