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9-25-2010 @ 4:11PM
No idea if this was brought up on the last comments thread, but another 'essential' Alliance experience is the Missing Diplomat questline, lasting about 10 levels (minimum requirement wise) and going through several zones: http://www.wowwiki.com/The_Missing_Diplomat_quest_chain
9-25-2010 @ 4:37PM
Which is the Onyxia questline...
9-25-2010 @ 5:14PM
Ultimately, Onyxia was behind all of it, but this chain is not part of the Onyxia attunement chain (or what's left of it), and it ends before actually connecting to Onyxia in any way.
9-25-2010 @ 5:27PM
"Which is the Onyxia questline..."No, they are completely different. The Onyxia questline wasn't accessible until you were in your low 50s, and it started in Burning Steppes with the quest Dragonkin Menace. That quest is no longer in the game, so I'm guessing that the alliance can no longer complete any portion of the old Onyxia questline.As for the Missing Diplomat, that quest chain starts from Thomas in the SW cathedral, and you can begin the chain in your mid-20s. The original chain that has existed since vanilla WoW was incomplete, but the second half of the storyline was added in Theramore, when they revamped the Dustwallow Marsh zone. It is definitely one of the better leveling questlines for the Alliance, these days.
9-25-2010 @ 6:12PM
Shame both those quests are missing their endings. The Missing Diplomat doesn't suffer quite as badly, but who the hell wants to do Jailbreak without The Great Masquerade?
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