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6-17-2010 @ 7:02PM
I think this deserves a highlight: "We’ve done a couple of things: Exodar has a direct port to Stormwind now so that you can get back and forth between the two. It’s something we feel we probably always should have had and it made sense to add it now. Darnassus is going to get a small Worgen district because Worgen are the new Druid-like race for the Alliance, so it makes perfect sense that they would have a spot there."
6-17-2010 @ 7:13PM
Yeah, I thought that was pretty good too. Although the cynic in me noticed he avoided talking about silvermoon. lol
6-17-2010 @ 9:11PM
Worgen District of Darnassus=coolNot linking Exodar to the Kalimdor flightpath network=not cool. I'd rather it be linked into the flightpath network rather than just throwing a random portal into Exodar and SW that connect them. SMC is connected to the rest of EK, why can't Exodar be connected to the rest of Kalimdor?!
6-18-2010 @ 6:35AM
@TransitSilvermoon is linked to UC flight paths and has a teleportation orb to get straight to UC as well.
6-18-2010 @ 11:18AM
That's funny when I read 'port' I imagined that the dock would be expanded for a boat to stormwind.Meh, now I'm kind of sad.
6-18-2010 @ 1:25PM
@TapukimastraI am not sure what you thought the question was that invoked this answer, but just in case it was; "Gameplanet: What steps – if any – have you taken to increase the relevance of the more remote cities in Kalimdor and Azeroth, for example Exodar and Silvermoon?"My comment about them avoiding talking about silvermoon still stands, but seeing as they have not released any photos of that area, it is probably because they are still working on it at the moment. I am sure the arial of that city may well be the most complicated in the game. It's entirely possible that they have nothing formally to release at this time.
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