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4-05-2011 @ 1:11PM
The top of the article doesn't segue well into the body. Might wanna mention a blurb and screenshot of the outside of the Crypt for people who aren't intimately familiar with it. Just an idea. You dive from describing it to being deep inside it.
4-05-2011 @ 3:11PM
To make an additional clarification on my point, the article talks about the Crypt itself, but it doesn't show a picture of the entrance to it, or even a description of WHERE it is. Not everyone knows it's near the graveyard just west/southwest of the Karazhan tower itself.
4-09-2011 @ 2:23PM
They didn't reveal the location because it is not supposed to be entered by anyone. It is off limits and only exploits can get you inside it. Usually people that write this well don't leave out such huge portions of information in such a glaring manner for no real reason. It wasn't bad writing, it was pointed and deliberate. Also, if people have the internet and cannot figure out how to type "Karazhan Crypt entrance" into the search bar of Google...that's their problem.
4-09-2011 @ 2:35PM
oookittiemooo, you can show a picture of where the entrance is without saying how to get in. Hell, seeing the gate and knowing it can't open and you can't get past the invisible wall would only deter people. If they were tempting anyone, showing the inside and what people are missing would do that. How can you show a place without showing the exterior? If someone showed me Karazhan without showing me the exterior tower, I'd never know it's some tower, since the inside is so crazy.
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