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3-01-2010 @ 8:39AM
I'd love to see a world boss type event, like a timed attack on a major city. Once a day, Deathwing sends a flight of twilight drakes to attack Org and/or Stormwind. They come down into an area that isn't always crawling with lowbies and begin wrecking havoc, killing NPCs, causing "damage" to buildings via a neat phasing implementation, and players have to organize into raids to stop them. Set them up so they make their way to some important NPC created for this purpose, or maybe even to Varian/Thrall (screw Hellscream) and kill them if they aren't brought down in time. Rewards can be semi-tangible, like rep/honor/exp/etc or a cool long-term buff, like the dragons shouts etc. 12 hours of +10% stats or something, so people would want to participate. Personally I'd love to see it tuned with more than a typical raid in mind, so everyone in the city would want to rush to battle at the call to arms, and who tagged or who's in what group doesn't matter.It's way too early to think this through much more than that.
3-01-2010 @ 8:59AM
i would love to see blizzard implement a fight where you have to protect hellscream.just so i could watch him die, again,and again, and again
3-01-2010 @ 9:05AM
I've decided that Hellscream IS Deathwing, so I'll just wait until we get to kill him ourselves... over and over and over again...
3-01-2010 @ 1:23PM
I think this is a pretty cool idea! It would be even cooler if there could somehow be scaling or mechanics that meant even relatively low level folks could contribute something and get the reward/buff/exp. Something like the candles that people could buy and throw at Omen to do damage.
3-01-2010 @ 9:38AM
saurfang will kill hellscream with a roundhouse kick tbh
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