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4-28-2011 @ 11:01PM
Question:if you and your friends are at different parts of the progression, can the more progressed friend help the less progressed one? i.e. are we going to run into IceCrown group quest phasing problems again? Not taht you need help with solo quests, but it's still nice to be able to quest together
4-28-2011 @ 11:18PM
Quoted word-for-word, directly from the article: "To ensure that friends can play together even if they're not progressing identically, we've avoided separating players through phasing for all but a couple individual quests. The hub may look very different from one player to another, but they can all still adventure together."In short, yes.
4-28-2011 @ 11:24PM
My bad, for some reason I missed that information.This is good news, finally I can play with my friends without feeling left out if I'm behind.
4-29-2011 @ 5:06AM
If they manage this well (I have no idea how they'd do that), this will be the best thing they ever did in questing.Phasing is really cool, but it always had this problem of not seeing people in different phases.
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