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2-02-2010 @ 8:29AM
those questlines were a really nice way to wrap around the "actions have consequences" issue. obviously this breaks down in wow somewhat since you have no choice ever...if you want to continue questing, you have to do the quests, even the nitty gritty ones. i wonder if implementing something like Fable (a "pick your path" type thing, you can choose to do good quests or bad quests, to be evil or to be a hero) would be too hard to implement in wow. would certainly make the game much more interesting.anyway, i always felt bad about the other daily for that group, where you're asked to kidnap the wolf pups. yeah, they tell you it's for the pups own good, but you have to kill their parents right before their eyes! i wanted my penguin pet, so i did it, but i didn't like them much after that...
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