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6-13-2010 @ 7:10AM
Meh, I kinda lost intrest in Cata now that they have removed most of the things I was looking forward to :(
6-13-2010 @ 7:22AM
Anyone that's seen the alpha patch build developments, realizes that hardly any effort is being put into one particular faction. I have only seen little camps with tents, at the very most an old modeled and unfinished wall being added. In contrast, the other faction is given new modeled towns and forts absolutely everywhere, full of details and more...If you want new content, go Horde.
6-13-2010 @ 7:36AM
Yeah, I'm kind of with you on that feeling right now. I've started to call it "Scrapaclsym" now.
6-13-2010 @ 12:01PM
Man...I know. They removed guild talents. SHIT. How will we survive with ALL those potential options becoming available as soon as your guild levels. CHRIST!
6-13-2010 @ 12:04PM
Oh and Johan? It's alpha. There's no hardwritten rule that says that they have to apply equal amounts of design time to both factions. Maybe the Alliance upgrades are coming next. It's still Alpha. It's likely to still be in Alpha for a couple of months.You have GOT to admit that the Horde needs more love than the Alliance anyway. Compared current Orgrimmar to Agmar's Hammer or Conquest Hold in Northrend, then compare current Orgrimmar to Stormwind and tell me that the Horde doesn't need more visual upgrades than the Alliance.
6-13-2010 @ 12:48PM
I don't know why you (everyone QQing) are not looking forward to a complete and total revamp of the Old World...You're getting 30+ totally redesigned zones and losing a second, more time consuming talent tree and a one-way ticket to guild drama, neither of which anyone had any specifics on.
6-13-2010 @ 6:51PM
Johan - try watching some of the related videos. I saw TONS of new content in Alliance. You would not believe how fu**ing huge Stormwind City has become, and that's only one example!In other words, check into it before you step into it.
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