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10-30-2010 @ 2:13PM
What's happening to the gnome starting area since nothing really came of gnomergan. Is it going to be teh suck compared to the trolls.
10-30-2010 @ 2:14PM
Or nothing really happened after the gnomergan event.
10-30-2010 @ 2:28PM
you start in a partially irradiated gnomer as a former irradiated gnome, then you do a few quests, get decontaminated, and get sent to the surface.
10-30-2010 @ 3:48PM
You won't see the results of Operation: Gnomeregan / Zalazane's Fall until after the Shattering when the new starting zones for Gnomes and Trolls are added.So since the Shattering has been delayed to 4.0.3a, we'll see the new zones then.
10-30-2010 @ 4:27PM
Try going there on a live realm. Really. Not a single leper gnome above the surface.Or you could just, you know, assume nothing has changed.
10-30-2010 @ 4:47PM
The Shattering hasn't been delayed, they've just restructured what data comes with which patch. The date of the Shattering hasn't changed, there will just be another patch before then that sends out all the data so there's one less thing to worry about on patch day.
10-30-2010 @ 7:16PM
@Aurilia - The Shattering has always been planned to be in 4.0.3. The reveal of the new world has not been delayed to a different patch.It has always been planned that there would be an event prior to the Shattering, most of the details were actually added in 3.3 last year. This event HAD to occur on the original version of Azeroth AND occur on version 4 of the game.Switching from current Azeroth to new Azeroth requires a patch. It's unavoidable.
10-30-2010 @ 9:14PM
All i rember is the operation gnomergan event was it felt like a 12 year old planed out the first few quests cause it made me just yell okay this is forking stupid.
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