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6-14-2011 @ 9:32AM
@ Fletcher. I disagree with a retooling of outland. Blizz cant just keep rehashing old content like they did with this expansion. That's not something that works twice. No, I feel like Argus is the more likely option. It will give them the opportunity to redo the Blood Elf and Dranaei starting areas (which imo they desperately need) and because it'll give us the opportunity to get another shot at Kil'jaeden, who will be the main boss if Argus ends up being our destination. We might even see our first encounter with Sargeras (we wont actually fight him, but we might see him for the first time, only to have him be driven off by the Naruu or one of the other titans). Because Argus would be so vast, I'm betting we'll skip the 90 cap all together and head straight to 100. @nobbie I think your dead on the money with a Demon Hunter hero class. Why? Well, correct me if i'm wrong, but Illidan was the very first of the demon hunters, no? Many of the demon hunters probably idolized him as a leader. With him gone, the question for them is 'now what?' For the starting zone, we'll be taken back to Outland, just before Illidan's defeat, meaning we'll start around 65. We'll discover how far Illidan fell into madness, and, realizing we how blind we truly were (pun intended), turn to the alliance and horde, heading into Northrend shortly after.Blizz said they wanted to do something original for the next hero class, a totally new experience for players, like they did with the death knight. So what will the Demon Hunter be exactly? My bet is on-get ready-a cloth wearing MELEE dps class with duel wielding. Its three specs will be Flame, using the fire energy for straight up power, Shadow, if you want to play like a rouge and be more sneaky, and Arcane, for those who want the range dps option.
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