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1-12-2011 @ 10:48AM
I have to agree with the frustration of learning to work in 3 dimensions regarding aggro, but once I got my head around that, I loved it. My Warrior was ICC 25 geared, which I suppose helped a lot. I often found myself fighting more mobs than I bargained for but I don't know if I died more than once or twice the entire time. The new fury self healing talents made an enormous difference (not that that has anything to do with the zone, I suppose). Eventually, I learned how to look around -- ALL around -- for possible danger, and it wasn't so bad.One other frustration I found was the difficulty in finding the quest zones. It is easy to lose your bearings down there, and when you are looking for a cave, and there are no paths to lead you there, and it could be anywhere above or below you, that can make it a lot tougher.I have to say, though, I really enjoyed the uniqueness and beauty of Vashj'ir and the challenge of learning the geometry of 3D. The Naga role-play was also cool. All-in-all one of my favorite zones ever.
1-12-2011 @ 12:47PM
There's one form of sea life that only grows outside the entrances to the quest hub caves. It looks like a blue tube with a big yellow siphon sticking out of it. Once I figured that out, it was much easier to find my way home. I just wish I knew what they were called.
1-12-2011 @ 2:10PM
They're the organic form of yellow exclamation marks above NPCs' headsFor real? http://cache3.asset-cache.net/xc/200461992-001.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=6C4008C0FD9EB5A5160200FC1C44B2D6C190800B5CED75D2965C96E5BAAA8DF6536ACE98FCD56918Tube Sponges
1-12-2011 @ 7:07PM
@ Minos - They are called tube worms. Hit "tube worm" into google images, and you'll see.@ Maccabeus - They're tube worms, not tube sponges. :) (Phylum Annelida rather than Phylum Porifera).
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