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10-22-2010 @ 8:11PM
i could see it being a major patch, maybe 4.4 or the like. My bet, however, is that this ends up in the same realm as the dance studio or player housing.
10-22-2010 @ 8:57PM
I highly doubt that will happen. Blizzard has stated that they don't want to offer player housing, and the dance studio is a "back burner" thing for the animators. This issue with Outland and Northrend, however, is something they see as a problem that needs to be fixed, not just something they'd like to do. I'm sure it will happen eventually.
10-22-2010 @ 9:05PM
I'm kinda tired of these dance studio complains by now...I don't see why people are so deperate to have a tool to add more custom trendy dances in a high fantasy game about wizards and dragons and killing stuff.
10-22-2010 @ 9:44PM
I'm not complaining about the dance studio (I do /dance about once a month, if that), but point to it as a feature that was talked about but never implemented. I think Blizz does a tremendous job with their products and think that the developers focus is where it should be virtually 100% of the time.My feeling is that continuity, while seemingly important, does not affect gameplay. I suspect that the developers will continue to focus on cutting-edge content rather than reworking Wrath and BC content. At best, a few questgivers here and there might have their text reworked to make it seem to flow better. I doubt there will be any major changes with BC and Wrath content involving phasing such as you see in the DK starter area.
10-23-2010 @ 1:49AM
People who complain about people complaining about the lack of dance studios do not play a human female as their main.*wanders off grumbling about the Macarena*
10-23-2010 @ 4:24AM
@EternautaBut how else are we going to get more players to desecrate all mailboxes if all they can do are 5 year old dances?
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