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11-15-2010 @ 3:25PM
And this is the part where some people start complaining that the cities are useless.You think the zombie event was inconvienent? Wait until you see this.I think it's great.
11-15-2010 @ 3:33PM
I loved the Z invasions, and from what I am reading, I'll love this to.
11-15-2010 @ 3:39PM
Only two faction cities are useless. Dalaran, Shattrath, Silvermoon, Exodar, Darnassus and Undercity are completely unaffected.
11-15-2010 @ 3:44PM
"And this is the part where some people start complaining that the cities are useless.You think the zombie event was inconvienent? Wait until you see this.I think it's great."----"Only two faction cities are useless. Dalaran, Shattrath, Silvermoon, Exodar, Darnassus and Undercity are completely unaffected."Yeah, but Shatt, Silvermoon, Exodar, Darnassus, and Undercity are all still pretty useless, even if they are unaffected. ;)
11-15-2010 @ 3:59PM
The zombie event hit *everywhere*. This just hits 2 cities per faction. Got a bank alt that you don't want inconvenienced? Just move it to Silvermoon for the event and you wont notice a difference.
11-15-2010 @ 4:28PM
The Zombie invasion was utter crap. :)It was a hideous mistake giving the players the ability to plague NPCs, quest givers, bankers...etc. About the only thing it had going for it was that the infected could talk to each other and trade stuff no matter what faction they belonged to.
11-16-2010 @ 11:09AM
@Starsmore: there's a difference between ignored and useless. Just because they're out-of-the-way spots and underutilized doesn't mean they're no good. In this context-- needing a capital city to do your auctioning, banking, etc. during the elemental invasions-- they're, by definition, quite useful.
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