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4-05-2011 @ 3:42PM
@ Thundrcrackr - "I really wish Devs would address stuff like this. Even if its never opened back up in-game i would absolutely LOVE to know:a) what their original plans for it were, b) why it was scrapped, and c) if they plan on possibly reintroducing it in the future."Honestly, I would prefer that they didn't, at least until it becomes implemented as actual content. One of the things that came to mind as I was reading the article was that one of the reasons I love the Warcraft universe so much is all the unexplained things that we find lying around. Vanilla had dozens of quest chains that felt extremely important but ultimately lead to nowhere, spawning hundreds of discussions on Thottbot/Wowhead as to their importance. People spent weeks scouring Azeroth looking for clues to riddles and mysteries, only to be left with a cliffhanger after getting that next "big lead". I left WoW for a time during Wrath and the thing that ultimately brought me back was Azeroth itself. The ancient Titan ruins in places of the world that they should not be, unexplained monuments and artifacts, blue posts on the forums hinting at the possible location/demise of Tyr . . . all of those things (The Crypts included) lend a mystery to Azeroth that persists long after players become jaded with end-game content and their server community. While I'd love to see The Crypts implemented as a raid or 5-man dungeon, I certainly would not want to hear that it was "a quest hub we abandoned" or "a dungeon we didnt have time to finish".
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