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7-08-2010 @ 2:18PM
Everyone complains about the gaps in Dungeon Finder in the late 30s-early 40s when all that is available is Maraudon, and by the time players hit the late 50s they move on to Outland rather than take on Scholomance, Stratholme, and Dire Maul, so the changes are welcome and unsurprising. Seeing Blackrock Depths be broken up into three or even four pieces wouldn't be surprising, either.
7-08-2010 @ 2:23PM
BRD is already in 3 pieces, Prison, Lower City, and Upper City.
7-08-2010 @ 3:00PM
Wait, seriously?I have so many questions.Where do you zone in for each of the three? Which bosses belong to which wing? Which boss is the "last" in each wing? I'm so excited.
7-08-2010 @ 3:50PM
Sorry, I had it wrong, there's only the the Prison and Upper City in the dungeon finder.In the Prison, the boss is High Interrogator Gerstahn in the Detention Block (go straight past the first 2 dwarfs then go right). This is the quick version and only requires you to fight trash and then one boss.In the Upper City, the boss is Emperor Dagran Thaurissan. To get to the Upper City you need the Shadowforge Key to close the large gate on the Dark Iron highway (and open doors to get there if you want to take the short way). Closing the gate opens a new path that leads to the Upper City. This one is much longer and has higher level bosses to fight.This two regions are listed separately in the dungeon finder's specific list, but killing either boss during a run will "complete" the run, awarding you a satchel and bonus exp if you entered the dungeon on a random queue.There's another area that I was thinking was the Lower City that's optional. However, if you do the Shadowforge Key quest, you do have to go to this area to complete the quest. This area starts at the Ring of Law (straight from the entrance) and comes back around to the Dark Iron highway, or you can go the other way around.
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