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8-26-2010 @ 3:12PM
And what of the Draenei, were they able to "clean up" Azuremyst Isle and FINALLY rescue all the survivors?
8-26-2010 @ 3:52PM
No, the survivors all used Gift of the Naaru on themselves and walked to the Exodar. :P
8-26-2010 @ 5:09PM
I believe Blizzard said they weren't doing any revamping with the draenei or blood elf starting zones, since they're so new. Which doesn't make sense, considering both are on Azeroth and should be going through Cataclysm.You could also chalk it up to Blizzard being afraid of doing anything with the draenei for fear of backlash from all the idiots who cried out when they retconned in the draenei.
8-26-2010 @ 8:03PM
If you "cleaned up" Azuremyst Isle, you would eliminate half of the quests there and in Bloodmyst Isle.
8-26-2010 @ 9:45PM
@dyre42: I snickered at that, which is equivalent to an internet "lol", so kudos for you, my good man.@Vaeku: That is simply mind-boggling >_< Honestly, so we're just to assume that the Blood Elves are still going around trying to serve Kael'thas and attacking the Exodar survivors as Draenei? It just clashes WAY too much with the current phase and state of other starting areas... I actually think the Blood Elven and Draenei starting areas will feel "outdated" by comparison.@Drakkenfyre: Not necessarily, there are many clever ways to "repeat the quests" with new introductions and lore context, such as how the Draenei are still trying to clean the land despite having made progress, replace some mobs with MORE invading naga and the such, there were several ways to provide replacement quests.
8-26-2010 @ 10:52PM
Too new, my hat. By the time Cata comes out it will have been almost four years since Burning Crusade!
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