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6-01-2010 @ 1:39PM
I thought Operation: Gnomer and Zalazane's Fall were scheduled for patch 3.3.9, not 3.3.5?
6-01-2010 @ 1:40PM
6-01-2010 @ 1:42PM
No just the World Events that lead to that.
I could have sworn I read somewhere that Operation: Gnomer et.al. was only on the PTR because the PTR provided a convenient opportunity for the wow Devs to test the encounters, and wasn't indicative that they'd be included in the upcoming patch...
6-01-2010 @ 1:43PM
The events are on the 3.3.5 PTR right now, so they will probably be in the release version as well.
6-01-2010 @ 1:45PM
Yeah. THis is what the blue post says, "The events themselves are not currently scheduled to go live with patch 3.3.5. We're simply taking the opportunity on the PTRs to test these events while they're up and running in case we do not have another opportunity to do so before marking these events live."
6-01-2010 @ 1:47PM
Zalazane's fall and gnomer are NOT in 3.3.5. They were just being tested on the ptr. They will be released in a much later patch, shortly before the Cataclysm lead up event is to take place.
6-01-2010 @ 2:05PM
I'm still wondering where people are getting the 3.3.9 patch number from.The previews on the site are under the url 3p9, that means 3.9, and that is just a placeholder number.
6-01-2010 @ 4:10PM
The two retaking homeland events will have staggered releases, too. Zalazane's fall is currently planned for patch 3.3.awesome, and Operation: Gnomer is planned for patch 3.3.huge.disappointment.
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