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3-28-2010 @ 7:09PM
I always liked when living people on Alliance side are tied to dead people in the Forsaken, like the oft mentioned cockroach vendor and his ghost sister.There was also the pre-wrath and pre-Naxxramas Scourge invasion event where you would find items that would lead you to npc's around the world. They were basically evidence that someone's family member had died (you found evidence of this off of Scourge) and when you turned the item in to the Argent folks, they'd find the 'next of kin' and give you a quest to go find them. You'd get lemonade and bread from them special that wouldn't show up in their vendor bag previously, or in the case of some trainers, they'd have the option to get the items from them now. It was a shame they took out the 'gossip' before vendors, because now you wouldn't be thanked by say, Zarena Cromwind in Booty Bay. I wish they didn't take away the little gossip feature for vendors, because some said some of the funniest things! All that to save some whiny people a whole second or two when clicking on an npc...
3-29-2010 @ 12:18PM
Gossipmonger on Curse lets you access those little bits again! They're still in the game, just turned off by default.http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/gossipmonger.aspx
3-30-2010 @ 5:22PM
@PalominoMule: Oh hooray for you! I didn't think it was possible to make something that would do this. Thank you. :D
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