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8-26-2011 @ 2:26PM
That actually seems like a bad idea to me.Part of the problem with the old DMF was that it became dated so easily. The rewards for the various quests were irrelevent with the release of BC, and only became more antiquated as we moved on. The entire premise of DMF seems like it ought to be optional, timeless, and completely for fun. Locking away top-end aspects of an expansion (in this case, professional recipes) into a place like that only ensures that it ages poorly and is resented by people who would prefer not to play WoW-Carnival just to work on their profession/raiding.
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