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8-30-2011 @ 8:16AM
For repairs and vendoring stuff while in Orgrimmar, it's gotta be Kaja. She's been the go-to cow since back in Vanilla, when she was right there by Org's bank, mailbox, and auction house. Now that she's moved to the Tauren district in Org, she's still conveniently located and has the bonus of being in a less crowded part of town. On a side note, Kaja's larger-than-normal model meant that back in Vanilla, her shop was usually crowded with a bunch of characters staring at her chest while they repaired/vendored. Hey, it was eye level for male Tauren. For reagents, it used to always be Chepi in Thunder Bluff. Before Orgrimmar's redesign, Thunder Bluff was where a lot of us had our hearthstones set because of the convenience of repairs, vendors, bank, and the ah close together and with far less of a crowd. Chepi was always there for us, and still is for a some of my alts who still 'live' in Thunder Bluff. Nowadays, however, with most of my character's set to hearth to Org, I reluctantly get reagents from Maginus or Magenus, or whatever his name is. Some Orc in the drag.
8-30-2011 @ 3:51PM
Kaja, forever and always. Boven has pretty much already mentioned why my Hearthstone is set to the Valley of Wisdom. Since I don't require reagents for my Hunter, the lack of a Reagent Vendor doesn't hurt him much.But seriously, Valley of Wisdom is where it's at these days. Inn, Auction House, Kaja, and an Auctioneer all in very close proximity to each other, but with the two other advantages of being in a fairly open space to allow crowds to mingle and everyone other than the Innkeeper not being inside pointless buildings to cause pointless dismountings.Suck it, Valley of Strength.
8-30-2011 @ 4:58PM
I'm genuinely surprised that Blizz seems to not have had some manner of in-game recognition of Kaja's prospering business, if only in the form of giving her more expensive-looking clothes or something to reflect this wealth she surely must now have...
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