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4-07-2011 @ 9:26PM
At first I was "yay!" then I was already nostalgic for the old layout. Even though I started playing in Wrath, I've always loved the "epic" feeling that some of the impossibly difficult, unable to predict, and sometimes confusing portions of the game brought with them, as long as they didn't require countless man hours and the sacrificing of a social life. Wailing Caverns was one of them, and although I hated it, part of me loved it, it felt like you were EXPLORING.But I'm still damn glad that I never have to get lost in that place again.
4-07-2011 @ 9:28PM
Oh... oh DEAR GOD. There's no skull for Skum! Noo! Skum! My favorite boss... ;_; He was so cute. I wanted a plushy of him from the day I first saw him when running the place with my first GM. Not to mention he had an awesome story/explanation behind him.A moment of silence for those lost with the patch.
4-07-2011 @ 9:52PM
Are you sure? I count 7 skulls on the old map and 7 skulls on the new one. Maybe you didn't notice the new skull in the pit of fangs.
4-08-2011 @ 12:25AM
Ok, I just logged onto the PTR to check, and Skum is definitely still there. Skum is at the new red skull in Crag of the Everliving and Lord Pythas got moved to the new yellow skull in the Pit of Fangs.
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