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3-09-2011 @ 8:42PM
This, honestly, is far too late. The content is ridiculously old at this point--if there is anyone at this point in the game who is new to the game and just hitting Outlands and does not know where they are going will find that nearly every group member they get in the Dungeon Finder with WILL know their way around. That said, most BC dungeons are fairly linear, with any optional paths ending in dead-ends, so it is really hard to get yourself lost. Besides, if one needs to leave a dungeon now-a-days, they simply have to hit the 'teleport out of dungeon' function to leave the dungeon, as opposed to traversing the area backwards to get their way out.The maps are great and all, I just feel the man-power could have best been used elsewhere.
3-09-2011 @ 8:55PM
Unless you walked in there to farm rep. Not everyone goes in with the dungeon finder. I started in Wrath. I didn't run the BC dungeons more than once or so and well after I out leveled them. Farming for Mojo, I had to go to Wowhead to even get a map of ZA. So I'm glad these are being put in.
3-09-2011 @ 11:04PM
Considering dungeon maps weren't even added, at all, until WotLK, it's a fairly moot point.Did you argue against the implementation of 1-60 dungeon maps?
3-10-2011 @ 12:22AM
Do you know how many people in the random dungeon finder I have to direct in old instances? Almost every single person I meet I have to direct them in WC, even people fully decked out in Heirloom gear, I still have to show them the way around there. Just because the content is old doesn't mean everyone memorized the map.
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