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4-19-2011 @ 1:22PM
The questgivers, the quest enders, the commendation vendors, all those have been removed. But I can testify that some of the quests remain in the database.I have one. I can testify that, long after the NPC that gave the quest has been gone, the purple lotus quest remains in the game.You can't turn it in. But you can share it.Zombie quests. Fear them...
4-19-2011 @ 2:36PM
I picked up the purple lotus quest in Wintergrasp not too long before Cataclysm, so I've kept it. :D
4-19-2011 @ 4:10PM
LOL i just got this quest last night from a guildie in BWD. Timr to spam it in TB!I was there for my server's gate opening. I think we had more fun in moonglade, oh the constant ganking back and forth! Definitely my most favorite quest chaib I have done cross the expansions, second being completing Benediction at level 60.It's too bad we won't see anything to this scale again. Blizzard had an opportunity with it for Wrath and the Argent Tournament. I was expecting to see Icecrown phase over time as Alliance and Horde made headway through the various Gates leading up to an epic confrontation in front of ICC, as eluded to in one of their trailers. I missed that final AQ gate opening by weeks :(
4-21-2011 @ 2:57AM
I still have the Halloween quest from Karazan, (where you could get the bat pet), from a few years back. I never bothered to run Kara when the time frame was there, but I always kept it for some reason.
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