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10-26-2010 @ 5:06PM
Good idea, as long as they've learned the lesson with regards to fight mechanics that allow players of the same faction to grief you. Like the green dragon thing where bad things happened when players died, allowing suiciders to mess up your attempt.I'd be delighted to see a day-long faction vs. faction brawl on a PvP server, with no group remaining unattacked long enough to take down the boss. But if it's your own faction-mates, it should be a race and nothing more.
10-26-2010 @ 5:08PM
Agree with Carson on all accounts.Can one be at Southsore for old time outdoor PVP sake?
10-26-2010 @ 5:19PM
I agree as well Carson, but I think it'd be naive to assume they haven't learned anything since patch 2.0 :)Seeing the problems they had with Doom Lord and the dragons, I'm looking forward to these mobs just adding more flavor to the world.
10-26-2010 @ 5:33PM
Ruins of Southshore is becoming a 20-25 Horde quest hub, so putting a 5-man heroic boss there is probably not a good idea.
10-26-2010 @ 6:03PM
Not a good idea, Cephas? I agree - it's a GREAT idea! I would LOVE to go through the Forsaken like a scythe of retribution, cleansing Lordaeron of the foul taint of undeath.
10-27-2010 @ 4:01AM
Irony? All the old world bosses were in levelling zones. I still get chills when I think of seeing "PEACE IS BUT A FLEETING DREAM, LET THE NIGHTMARE REIGN" while levelling in Duskwood. I'd recommend hitting up the world dragons while you still have time: they're 2 mannable with some good kiting, or soloable with high enough nature res. and I don't think having them tuned for 5 mans is a good idea for reasons already stated. Just adding my voice to the pile.
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