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3-11-2011 @ 5:16PM
Hmm, that nice text of yours explains why the chests were removed in the first place. Thanks for the heads-up on that.
3-11-2011 @ 6:03PM
... except that they weren't. Weren't removed from instances, weren't removed from the world.During the Lunar Festival, I encountered a chest while running to the elder in Stratholme. And both before and since, I've encountered chests in the world outside of instances, in Borean Tundra, Hellfire Peninsula, and elsewhere.A major change was to ensure that more interesting stuff was to be found in chests. I've often found rare quality items (and occasionally uncommons) in chests. Before cataclysm, a chest would often have ... food. and water. And cloth. Whee.
3-12-2011 @ 1:52AM
The instance chests in TBC content were removed. And you definitely didn't find any chests in Northrend, there were none in the open world or in instances.Right now, the only chests you can find are in the open world or in vanilla instances.
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