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10-23-2010 @ 3:18PM
Going to shut down the cities? Hah, do they have the guts to do that after the whine fest last time with the zombie invasion.I'm all for it - give the whiners a finger - its only every couple of years for a few days, they'll live!
10-23-2010 @ 3:21PM
The zombiefest was awesome! I started playing WoW a couple days before it started and when it was happening, i felt like this is a relly cool battle and though that those city defense-type things happen a lot!
10-23-2010 @ 3:28PM
All vendor NPC's despawn from the city. The only ones that remain are the ones that are meant to be freed, and they cannot be used for their original purpose. The city must be defended to get them back. And if no one does, it takes 2 hours for them to come back.There are portals around the place for lowbie characters to use, that ports them to the Valley of Heroes. Don't know where the Horde version puts them, probably outside Orgrimmar.
10-23-2010 @ 3:31PM
Being a lvl70 RP Paladin during that event was full of both good and grief, grief from people who'd swear at you for cleansing them and great during the middle when abominations were raiding the city of Stormwind.Then actually falling to the disease because you couldn't cleanse any more was a real emotional conflict actually becoming the evil your picked up your first hammer to fight wasn't a good feeling at all.Although it did get a little stale after a while and the abuse was very annoying, but everyone has their own way of playing the game, I guess.
10-23-2010 @ 3:38PM
From what I've seen the attacks only take place in 2 cities for each faction. Org and Thunderbluff for Horde and Stormwind and Ironforge for the Alliance. The portals in dal will still be there when this happens so if you have bank toons or lowbies in one of these places find a mage and get your hearth set to dal to use one of the other cities when this happens.
10-23-2010 @ 4:19PM
Well, at least Exodar and Silvermoon will get some use.
10-23-2010 @ 5:51PM
Oh no! trade chat might be disrupted!
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