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4-30-2010 @ 9:46AM
What im waiting for really is a raid where we the players have actual NPC backup like in AQ20 with the General Rajaxx Fight, having those extra NPCs added to the flavor and help give you the sense that you were actually part of an armyHaving said that, i dont want the fights to revolve around the idea that we must have them up in order to defeat the boss encounters, but more Razorscale, Rejaxx, Yogg, and even the Sister Slvana encounter in the frost halls.I hate that we fight DBS by our lonesome, i hate how tirion only helps at the last 10% of the Lich King fight. not to mention that once you enter the upper halls thats it..no more faction back up.Ill be extremely sad if we fight deathwing without faction back up, and by faction back up i dont mean malygos style, i mean footmen/grunts/archers/casters all helping us players attempt to defeat him with harpoon launchers/flying machines etc etc
4-30-2010 @ 10:19AM
Yes, Yes, Yes, bigger badder huge fights in huge rooms with quest tie-ins followed all the way to the final boss. The npc's who aksed for help coming along to see that they get thier money's worth. Seriously wounded NPC's handing out loot in a (cut scene) private ceremony for the hero's who beat the boss. I loved the end of The Bloodmyst quest line. My spacegoat pally tear'd up a bit to see that all his effort on behalf of other had not gone unnoticed. Where were the death knights in ICC? Who had more reason to hate the Lich King? HoR should have extended to the last fight, with the AC the DK's and the factions involved all the way to the end. O well there is always next time right, I am right aren't I, next time it will be epic, right?
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