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11-14-2010 @ 2:08PM
Wow, so we'll get something more than a few lame quests this week? Cool.
11-14-2010 @ 2:20PM
I hope the elementals start invading cities soon, hunting for them in zones is a big timewaster. :/ I want my feat.
11-14-2010 @ 2:30PM
The next phase introduces city invasions; my call is it will either happen after maintenance or on the weekend (thursday-saturday)
11-14-2010 @ 3:03PM
Phase 0 lasted 2 weeks (Leaders gathered)Phase 1 lasted 1 week (A few quests and Elementals pop up around Azeroth, and strangely enough Outlands)Phase 2 lasted about 5 days (Those 2 quests we got that everyone complained about)Phase 3 has been up for 2 days (Finishing up the cultist quests)Phase 4 SHOULD be up tomorrow (the invasions) thus giving us 2 weeks until the next patchPatch 4.0.3 should hit on Nov 30th or Dec 1st giving us a few days to enjoy the ShatteringPatch 4.0.3a should hit on the 6th, allowing the new race/class combos before Cata hits (as promised by the great Crab)
11-14-2010 @ 3:19PM
@Natsumi Just to clarify, the Shattering does not actually occur until 4.0.3a.http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?sid=1&topicId=27387367728&pageNo=1#19
11-14-2010 @ 5:05PM
Not sure why his comment was downrated.Pre-Cataclysm event has been a bit of a letdown so far, especially when compared to the Zombie Invasion before WotLK.
11-14-2010 @ 10:11PM
Agreed, I voted him up, and also Ruby Sanctum was phase 0.... or maybe phase minus zero Lol :)
11-15-2010 @ 9:46AM
Natsumi,Aren't the new race/class combos supposed to be available when the shattering happens? Everything I've read have said as much.
11-15-2010 @ 1:43PM
You're pretty much getting just a few lame quests, you can kill elementals and then kill level 80 versions of old bosses for a shared loot table.That's it, not sure why this is called a "pre" event, it IS the event.
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