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8-26-2011 @ 8:11AM
Everything I've read about the new Faire sounds awesome. ^_^ What really has me intrigued, though, is the Darkmoon Field Guide. It sounds like it'll be used to give people a reason to go out and see more of the world, whether it's running old dungeons or just going to areas they long-ago outleveled. Anything that gets people to do something other than just sit around in a capital city is a good thing, and if it leads to people seeing more of the game, even better.The chance for skill-ups is also excellent, and I'm looking forward to seeing just what lurks in those woods that people go into and never come out. Bwa ha ha!
8-26-2011 @ 10:51AM
There is a LOT of potential for this. "68 Scarlet Crusade Tabards - Any Condition" == Farm the Scarlet Monastery's trash mobs for a new white drop. If they increase the droprate of the actual green-quality Tabard of the Scarlet Crusade, that would be a terrific win."74 Giant Snake Teeth" == Farm them up from any zone or instance that has giant snakes or wind serpents in them; Zul'Gurub, Feralas, Wailing Caverns..."15 Bottles of Vrykul Woad" == Farm them up from Utgarde Keep/Pinnacle or from any living Vrykul mobs (so, Howling Fjord, Grizzly Hills, Ymirheim...)It really depends. If the Field Guide gives a big kit of quests that can only be turned in at the DMF when it's going on, it equates to monthly quests, which is kinda cool until you figure out how many quests there are, and how much bag space the quest items will eat up... but wait, our bags are getting emptied out because of Void Storage. So yeah, maybe this is going to be mega-awesome. ^_^
8-26-2011 @ 1:13PM
I don't think I saw it mentioned anywhere yesterday but they mention relics so I am wondering if it will have any archaeology ties to it?
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