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11-23-2010 @ 4:35PM
I think you didn't read my comment. One of the handiest features of old-Dal and old-Shat is the ease with which it allows one to travel from wherever one happens to be to any given capitol city. For example, if I'm in Feralas and need to get to the Hinterlands, my quickest route (prior to now) was to hearth to Dalaran, portal to Ironforge, and take a taxi the rest of the way. Now I'm going to be hearthing to Stormwind and having a longer flight.Or say I'm in Stranglethorn and for whatever reason need to get over to Elfland; previously, I could hearth, portal to Darnassus, and be good to go from there. Now the quickest route is to hearth (again, probably to Stormwind), run to the harbor, and wait for a boat.None of this is life-threatening, really, but to claim it's not a significant loss of convenience is a bit silly.
11-24-2010 @ 2:55AM
Back in my day....before TBC this is how it had to be done. Even then it was significantly harder as the flights only took you one stop, at least they now take you all the way. Take the opportunity of a 5 minute mini break stretch those limbs and help avoid carpal tunnel syndrome (http://goo.gl/5SGf8). Grab a coffee/bio/cigarette break, tell your loved ones you love them. Heck if you must sit at the PC read a WoW blog, email a friend surf then net.
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