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4-07-2011 @ 11:22PM
What "infamous leap" was removed? I ran WC earlier today and there wasn't any leap required. Well, there was the one before the giant, but it's not possible to miss that; You don't even need to jump! (No jumping required, therefore not a leap.)Maybe if you don't know how to look over a ledge before walking over it, you could miss? And even if you did fall, you can just follow the trail of bodies your group made like bread crumbs. We all had Hansel and Gretel read to us as children right, so the concept of following breadcrumbs shouldn't be foreign?I'm totally confused about what's being removed. Isn't there a map for old WC anyways?
4-08-2011 @ 12:08AM
There were/are two ways to go, one that requires the small not-quite-leap and another way which required that one, as well as a much more difficult leap-y bit more like BRD.I always led my groups on the single jump path and figured the same as you, so long as you're moving forward, you'll make it across, but about a year and a half ago, I started having people fall down.I have NO IDEA how they manage to miss it, but someone always does...at least once, sometimes more. I don't know if it's really wierd lag, or if they somehow stop moving halfway through the jump, but it's definitely possible for a... very... talented... person to fall there.
4-08-2011 @ 12:10AM
I meant BFD, not BRD in this one. Darned acronyms.
4-08-2011 @ 1:19AM
You can actually walk around that jump in BFD.As for Wailing Caverns, I never jump, I always fall. Usually hit it.
4-08-2011 @ 4:20AM
I am very bad at jumping things. Gah. I missed that stupid leap 12 times in a row the one and only time I ran that dungeon. I am very glad it is gone. XDSo it is very possible to miss if one is very uncoordinated. I can't ever judge when to actually jump and just walking across didn't work either--neither did trying to blink.(And yes, I had the most patient pug group ever who kept jumping down and trying to find the lost stupid mage. So there are still very nice people out there.)
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