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11-23-2010 @ 9:05AM
I just can't wait. I made sure to park my main in Orgrimmar. Don't want to get stuck in Dalaran, that's for sure!
11-23-2010 @ 10:32AM
Why does everyone keep saying they'll be "stuck" in Dalaran if they left their toons there? Is the flight master disappearing? Is flying in Northrend no longer allowed? The only change, it seems to me, is that Dalaran will just become another -- albeit floating -- city. You can fly from there to any of the docks that connect to the main cities.
11-23-2010 @ 10:52AM
Unless you're a low level character who got a port to Dal for the convenience.
11-23-2010 @ 10:54AM
@CavalierXYou're making the assumption that every toon with their hearth set to Dalaran is level 80 and has Cold Weather Flying. A lot of people have their low level alts parked there, and the portals made it very convenient for travel and questing. Without the portals, low level toons can't very well fly the coup, and they sure as heck can't travel by land to the docks unless they want to be mob bait. So the options are either catch a ride on a rocket, or pay a mage, and that's assuming either of the two options are available for service. So in a way, they will be stuck.
11-23-2010 @ 10:58AM
Exactly, I can't figure out what the big deal is. Especially considering that trainers and AH will be there now.
11-23-2010 @ 11:33AM
Actually, if you talk to the flight master, he'll have one or two routes ready for you. It's like with Shattrath, you have the connetction to the portal at first zonein.So no, you won't be stuck in Dalaran, just talk to your friendly flightmaster. Or mage.
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