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3-31-2011 @ 8:10PM
I may be alone here, but I don't see a need to update these zones at all unless we end up going back there for anything more significant than grinding old reps and farming mounts. You don't spend a lot of time in Northrend/Outland and devoting development time to "fix" these zones would be considered a waste of time to a much larger portion of players than this vocal minority. I do play alts myself, I have one of every class at various levels and 5 of them at 80+ with the intention of leveling them all so i'm not just speaking out of ignorance.
3-31-2011 @ 9:15PM
Storywise, though, they make no sense. It's annoying in that sense; you go back to Nagrand, for example, and Garrosh is there, horribly disheartened and not a thing like the "present" Garrosh.
3-31-2011 @ 9:37PM
Outland could do with a bit of an update. I mentioned in another comment that HFP could do with some more colour, because all orange is just repulsive. Alternatively what they could do is give us the option of starting at Zangarmarsh instead, because HFP is just god awful.I hate HFP is what I'm saying.
4-01-2011 @ 12:28AM
Can't remember how many times people have said "Just stick Chromie in front of the portal to the Outlands and the ship to Northrend, telling you that you're about to go back in time. Problem solved."
4-01-2011 @ 10:29AM
@Avan-- You can start Zangarmarsh at 60. On my last character, I popped into Hellfire and did about a dozen quests for the first upgrades, then bought AH greens to replace my worst remaining gear, then dungeoned and PVPd to 60, then headed to Zangarmarsh.You can also stay in old world until 60, but then you miss the huge gear upgrade from the first few HFP quests.
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