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8-02-2011 @ 12:43PM
The thing about the avalanche just got me too curious, I didnt start playing till a year in so this happened when I was playing a tiny nub warrior or somewhere thereabouts. I remember what *I* think of as old AV, long battles and such, but I never knew there was an even older version, even more quest/npc heavy. After much searching, the long post on this page seemed to provide the most insight I've seen so far. I would have linked some maps too, but the map doesnt change that much, it's just a little ridge in the middle of the map to the east.Link: http://www.apegaming.net/index.php?page=viewtopic&p=32554and pre 1.1 or something there were even *more* npc's /facepalm. Sounds like fun, but I doubt all that many would queue for such a battle these days. Lacks the 'playing wow on my lunchbreak' feel of most current non raid content, but doesnt have the control/organization of a raid at all. High marks would seem to be given to small marauding bands of ppl doing the quest stuff, and a reasonable organized force engaging in good old fashioned huge pvp battles. Finally putting it all together and trying to coordinate various influxes/spawns of npc's just right for the win.
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