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5-04-2011 @ 11:27AM
Q for the QueueWith the new dynamic questing and phasing in full swing in Cata, is there any indication in the PTR or even rumors that Blizz will do something to older zones that are going to be affected by the continuing story? I find it hard to believe that the entire zone worth of Dark Irons would just wander around ruins when Rag is going to be off in the Firelands and not enslaving them to his will. Could we maybe hope for the ruins to be rebuilt, or even see some scaffolding with some flavor speech thrown in?I'm sure there's other areas that have been advanced via dungeon/story/quest lines that could use a makeover with things shaking up even more and we're getting further along Cata.
5-04-2011 @ 11:56AM
That would be cool considering when they were "creating" the port in SW, they had dive welders and such doing "stuff" along the wall where the port was going to be located.
5-04-2011 @ 12:07PM
4.2 Firelands would be an excellent patch for redoing Blackrock Depths. Most players are well aware of Moira Bronzebeard sitting in Ironforge - not BRD - and Ragnaros has moved most of his efforts to Mount Hyjal.What kind of new shenanigans could be taking place within it's depths? Dark Iron civil war, maybe? Those that wish to rejoin Dwarfdom, and those that are loyal to Ragnaros, duking it out in the Depths.
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