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4-26-2011 @ 4:38PM
"I've heard Scarlet Monastery and Scholomance discussed a few times. We also think it would be cool to revamp Blackrock Spire and Blackrock Depths..." Any of those would be pretty cool, but Scarlet Monastery sounds coolest imo. The BR dungeons are just a little too long, I think, but at the same time it would really gut the feel of them to make them shorter.
4-26-2011 @ 4:54PM
I think BRD would be a good candidate, just because it's the most obvious "Old Lore is Old Lore" dungeon of all of them, what with Moira Bronzebear and the Dark Irons hanging out in Ironforge and all.Then again...Scarlet Monastery tie-ins with what's-her-name, the new crazy Forsaken lady? That's got some potential.
4-26-2011 @ 4:57PM
Blackrock Depths/Spire and Scholomance would both be pretty good candidates for refreshing as heroics, especially since as leveling instances they're in rather crowded level ranges, at least as far as how many other instances there are int he range. SM would be interesting, but I'm not sure what story there really is left there. The Crusade is dead, dead, dead. Scarlet Monastery still being held by remnants of the Crusade barely made sense when they were a power in the Plaguelands and doesn't make any sense at all right now.
4-26-2011 @ 6:10PM
I'd back up SM except that I'm very sick of it after getting it for 12 levels in the LFD tool. *Eyetwitch*As for BRD... I love BRD the way it is, and I'd love it enough to see a new version, but I'd miss the old version terribly. It's a great dungeon - horrible to run, but that's what makes it great. It's a huge fricken city, like raiding a capital, and I'd hate to see that ruined.
4-26-2011 @ 7:11PM
Dire Maul. This game needs more ogres.
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