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9-26-2010 @ 11:29PM
Bah...better add some to the old cities. I am happy to have some life to the old cities though.
9-26-2010 @ 11:56PM
I called this one a while ago, when rumors of a event happening to Dalaran crashing into crystal forest was talked about. The city will still exist just slightly damaged. Vindication at last.
9-27-2010 @ 1:01AM
So... what you're saying is that you're pretty good at predicting these things? :)
9-27-2010 @ 6:14AM
Considering that Orgrimmar and Stormwind both have portals to the new zones and that the CoT portal still exists in Dalaran, I see no reason to fret over this change. There are new guild rewards that port you to Orgrimmar/Stormwind as well.Oh, and Brian, capitol != capital. ;)
9-27-2010 @ 8:35AM
As long as Shattrath and Dalaran have portals to their respective entrances - the Dark Portal and shipyards, respectively - I see no major issue with this change given we will be able to fly in Azeroth. Otherwise leveling characters are going to have a tough time hitting up their trainers every few levels.Without requiring at least some travel, though, the world would lose scope; convenient, yes, but not very epic.Still, I'm glad I kept Engineering.
9-27-2010 @ 8:44AM
Of course, if my reading comprehension was remotely on par this Monday morning, I would have seen that the portals were replaced with trainers, so not a bad change after all.Now, for some coffee.
9-27-2010 @ 3:50PM
The only problem I see is that Shattrath and Dalaran don't have auction houses. Add those and it'll be fine.
9-27-2010 @ 11:45PM
I have always used the AH in Dal. Then again I'm an eng.
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