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10-21-2010 @ 7:08PM
My Dreadsteed of Xoroth cried a little...
10-21-2010 @ 8:22PM
Speaking of mounts, will this have any effect on the Druid Epic Flightform quest chain?
10-21-2010 @ 8:47PM
@Narshe Anzu is now resting in Heroic: Sethekk Halls for anyone to see, no summon required. I was in the middle of the quest chain on my tauren druid when patch 4.0.1 dropped, and now I can pick up the "Chasing the Moonstone" quest in Zangarmarch, but it is auto-dropped whenever I set foot in Azeroth. The reply I got from a GM was, delete your cache and wtf files, uninstall all of your addons, and try it again!Yeah, not going through that again...
10-21-2010 @ 10:46PM
They should make the Doomguard questline a Feat of Strength. Not many locks had it before the 4.0 patch, now everyone does.
10-22-2010 @ 5:26AM
All class quests that are slated for removal act like that. They disappear from the log as soon as you switch zones.I had a thought about duoing them with one toon taking the quest and the other travelling in advance to the correct zone. Share Q, let other toon travel, share again, complete. Rinse repeat for every Q in the chain. Dunno if it works though. It's not every day you find another player of your class that wants to (and can) do the class quests with you.
10-22-2010 @ 5:58AM
I can proudly say I've done every (horde side) Warlock specific quest. They were a riot. I remember trying to kill elementals in arathi highlands for the robe quest while I was 5-6 levels lower than them. I hadn't even heard of spell hit at the time.I've still got all my things for the dreadsteed ritual in the bank. I spent hours farming demons in winterspring for the doomguard quest. And then there's Niby.../single tear
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