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6-25-2010 @ 1:49PM
Isn't Tanaris kinda getting, well, flooded? And isn't the lower bit getting renovated for Uldum? And isn't that a bit more than 'light' changes?
6-25-2010 @ 3:00PM
"Light" is relative. Pretty much every zone is seeing dramatic changes in the landscape, so being flooded doesn't necessarily make Tanaris exceptional in its changes. A bigger factor will be, how has the questing changed? Are the South Seas Pirates likely to still be in operation? Check. Is the Steamwheedle Cartel going to still be in business? Check. So, will the questing experience in Tanaris change? Maybe a bit, but not nearly as dramatically as many other zones. Compared to what's happening in a lot of other zones, Tanaris is getting some cosmetic changes and an instance entrance -- that would be "light".
6-25-2010 @ 4:48PM
What Artificial said
6-26-2010 @ 2:18AM
I beg to differ. Blizzard has stated quite a few times that every zone will get at least a couple changes, but only a few zones are getting a big overhaul. Desolace and Tanaris are both getting the big overhaul, nothing has been stated about STV that I have read, Also, STV is just horrible. I hate that place with a passion. Desolace is really a 30s zone so I voted for Tanaris, which is one of the few well thought out zones from vanilla. Also, you get to kill Pirates, and as everyone knows, Pirates are high on the Cool Meter, followed closely by Ninjas, Robots, Zombies, and Aliens. Only 1 thing is above them, Dragons. No dragons till the late 40s/early 50s. I think the Horde Onyxia quest chain is even still intact, so eventually you guys could do that.Why is Yakkowakko getting retired? If it's a good enough reason we'll let you switch, if not look to Rossi, he's still schlumping his way on that mage. I voted Priest if it's a good reason, Tanaris to level in (go pirate hunting), and do some BGs. I want to hear some good PvP stories and stories of adventure on the high seas (drug free, alchohol is allowed though ;) )
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