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7-11-2011 @ 8:11AM
Definitely. ^_^ My night elf fire mage sped all across the world, and did the quests for every single fire out there. Getting the ones in the Horde cities was amusing - oddly enough, it was Silvermoon that gave her the most trouble, because she couldn't fly in. Stupid guards with true sight seeing through Invisibility... Anyway, she's now wearing the title of "the Flame Warden", very appropriate for her spec. Wasn't able to get the dancing fiery draenei brazier, though. Next year....but go figure, as soon as she gets what was the best title for her class, patch 4.2 hits and brings an achievement that grants the title "the Flamebreaker." @_@
7-11-2011 @ 4:07PM
I had trouble in SMC as most people I am sure. My Mage breezed it - frost nova + blink + invisibility ftw. It was my Shaman who got eaten up to the tune 4 deaths. @ pre flame and 2 post. At one point My corpse didn't exist which prompted a nasty letter to a GM. This was after my first death which fulled my nerd rage. After logging out and letting some steam off I came back and my corpse was actually where it was supposed to be. Even if you could fly in SMC it would have been just as hard as the flame seemed to have 4-8 guards close by. Similarly the Exodar had none. Wowheads guide for some reason had hordies running thru the side where they could aggro about 20 guards along the way as opposed to going thru the front door where you can aggro and lose 2 guards on the ramp down and aggro 2 more at the bottom. Must have been written by a rogue or someone going by last years 12k health point guards :P
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