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2-15-2010 @ 9:44AM
@ Docp I think you misunderstood my suggestion. Everyone would have all their class abilities right from the beginning. There would be nowhere in Azeroth that was "too high level" for you. The difficulty would come in the form of the strategic depth and complexity of encounters. For example, VanCleef would be a simple tank and spank, but Arthas would require extreme coordination and very intelligent use of abilities (or combinations of abilities). Basically, the only thing preventing you from progressing would be your skill. No under-geared players, no over-geared players. The whole of Azeroth would be your playground, right from the start, and all you'd need to do is outsmart it.
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