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8-16-2011 @ 1:44PM
It would be a more specific look at something, rather than Patch X.Y, but I'd really enjoy reading about the mount questlines for locks and pallies. In BC, I'd take locks through DM myself, so that they could save the 700g or so on the Scroll and Jar (which still sit in my bank, along with a soul shard, a spellstone, and a firestone. Come get em, Bliz.).I did the pally version with my buddy once and found that cool as well.
8-16-2011 @ 2:01PM
>Come get em, Bliz.Don't say that, because they've deleted other cool but obsolete stuff before.(I still have mine as well)I wish they kept one server up for historical purposes that would be stuck on Classic Wow, so those of us who came later could get to do the whole AQ chain if we wanted. (That and wallhack, but shhh, don't tell anyone, we don't exist any more)
8-16-2011 @ 3:41PM
"Pets love sporling snacks!"After pet happiness was taken out:" Pets HATE sporling snacks." Item is now grey.I kept a stack of them for the memories.
8-16-2011 @ 4:22PM
@JimsonI still have those too. Ah, memories....Eugh. Frikin 700g questline, damnit... Still a hell of a lot of fun to finally finish, though :DThat was the thing about it: The quest was long, ardous, expensive, and, at points, obnoxious, but at the end you got a freakin flaming demon-horse. Now you go to your class trainer and get your warlock class mount. Somehow, taking the quest away also made the mount that much less badass. Oh well. I still love that thing.Old 'Lock Pride!
8-16-2011 @ 4:32PM
@artifexThat's like wishing George Lucas would release the original trillogy in it's original form. It ain't gonna happen....as awesometacular as it would be.
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