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2-17-2010 @ 7:13PM
Tbh all I want from a guild hall would be a place to chill with friends without that annoying gnome in IF begging me for gold. Sure a couple NPCs would be cool, but a private place to just chill and chat would be awesome in between instances and raids.Dibs on the sofa, no not just half of it, all of it!
2-17-2010 @ 7:44PM
I've got a private place to chill and chat. It's called a LEGO table, and it's right next to my desk. When my guildies and I are just chatting about stuff, I'll be alt-tabbed out of the game and just be playing with LEGOs.I can build a house! I can build a coliseum! I can build any number of things and decorate it with any number of other things. Best of all, I still can't show it off to anyone.If you're looking for a private place in-game, then go to the Goldshire or Brill inns. Nice cozy tavern setting there. Or the Ratchet inn, nobody visits there. If you're looking for a secluded place while having trade chat, then there are very many buildings in Org/SW that are visited very rarely.
2-18-2010 @ 1:42PM
Perhaps Blizzard could implement a "Minor Hearthstone" which lives on a separate cooldown and only allows you to port to an inn not located in a major city. This would allow you to set one hearth someplace convenient such as Dalaran, and another in a small town in your favorite zone (in my case Darkshire) or some other out of the way place.This would keep traffic in the traditionally high population capitals and would potentially bring some life to often ignored areas. I know I've always found it odd that inns are among the least populated places in WoW so I'd rather see something done to address that, and in the process promote social interaction, than to further section off the already fragmented world.
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