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10-22-2010 @ 5:38PM
They said they're cutting out the bottom floor of Sunken Temple, which... I think that's the only floor I ever did.AND IT SUCKED.Really, they could nuke that whole place from orbit and I wouldn't complain at all. AT. ALL.
10-22-2010 @ 6:10PM
Sunken Temple is a good example of a dungeon in the Old Style. Quests that lead up to it involve hopping all over the place, but they are neat quests! The troll-god-egg questline is fun, IMO, but tedious in execution. Same with the repetetiveness of two sets of "run around a big loop to open the bottom level", though I can see them just making the plant/ooze guy a more straightforward affair like Gundrak.The dungeon is confusing at times to navigate, and demonstrates the "lets waste the players time!" style of game design. But it WAS neat and I've done it countless times. Same with Zul Farrak, questlines were fun, but globe hopping is not.
10-22-2010 @ 7:01PM
A lot of blues dropped in Sunken Temple, some which lasted into the Hellfire BC section on my toons. Hope those Troll priests who dropped all that gear survive the cut for those doing the grind.And the Essence of Erainikus was a good trinket for lowbie PVP.
10-22-2010 @ 7:33PM
They're cutting the bottom with all the dragons? But that was my favourite part! I love fighting dragons! It's probably that I'm just crazy but Sunken temple is one of my favourite dungeons. A dungeon in which I can fight Voodoo trolls AND dragons at the same time? Pure win.I hope with all these changes they don't streamline the dungeons too much.
10-23-2010 @ 12:37AM
They're keeping the level with Eranikus, Jammal'an, and Hakkar. They're taking out the *bottom* level, with the statues you have to turn on in order and the plant dude.
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