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11-11-2010 @ 6:14PM
This is getting rather ridicilous about "race to 85". Race changers get their own "Realm first goblin/worgen" while 1-85 get their "realm first lost isles(kezan?) goblin/gilneas worgen", and now this is available? It really feels that the point of achievements are pretty low now. Maybe even "there for the possible money making" as SOME might say (not me, but im bit skeptical)I'm sure this will bring a lot of debate over the fact that all these benefits are paid for and are pretty expensive. And I will personally keep "close eye" on the debate as I like debates.
11-11-2010 @ 6:25PM
We were actually told yesterday that there would be no server first race achievements, only server first of each of the 10 classes.http://wow.joystiq.com/2010/11/10/race-changes-to-worgen-and-goblins-will-be-available-on-launch-n/
11-11-2010 @ 6:41PM
Oh! Well that was "hard to find" information (if you arent really active on news you might miss them. I mean that was one sentence on one news, some people (like me just now) might still think they are in place. Thats actually way better than the two versions they had before.I guess that also makes my comment pretty invalid. But ah well, I guess if people want to level with 375% xp gain from start..
11-11-2010 @ 6:46PM
To be fair, it was also said in this very article:"Lylirra points out [...] that there will be no realm-first goblin or worgen (or indeed any race) to 85 achievements any longer."
11-11-2010 @ 9:08PM
Cutaia, to be honest, for someone who wasn't already informed about the changes (as ice didnt) the way it is positioned in this article (adding the line straight after the RAF benefit restrictions), it does sound a little like "Lylirra points out that RAF benefits mean you are illegible for realm first".
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