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9-28-2011 @ 1:38PM
So Class Quests are back, but only if you're lucky enough to be the one person per raid group that embarks on the Legendary quest?So much for not allocating resources that only a small percentage of the player base would experience.
9-28-2011 @ 2:02PM
Sean has a good point. While I'm happy with rogues getting a legendary all to themselves, it does make me a bit bitter that the mid-level class quests were done away with.Maybe someday Blizzard can give everyone class-specific quests for lore and flavor.
9-28-2011 @ 3:09PM
Not only that but the choice for the classes seems a bit weird.Ravenholdt hasnt been mentioned anywhere since Vanilla and now for the end of the expansion they decided to shove it into the game for no reason whatsoever.It'd have been better to wait for the next expansion, add more stuff surrounding Ravenholdt and then have the legendary chain. And another thing. I loved that chain in Badlands. it's a slap in the face to non-rogues to make the rest of the chain only available to the very few Rogues that will be going after the legendary.
9-28-2011 @ 4:35PM
While I would love all the classes getting similar quests, and I've got at least one of each class...No one really complained that only four classes (dps casters) could help pick the new blue dragonflight leader? So where's the break point? Does it have to be 3+ classes? :)Realistically, just like the old ones, these quests use assets already in game and the "uniqueness" isn't exactly a lot of resources, I should think. Tossing a new class quest to a new class with each patch would be a neat thing, but then of course folks would expect stuff. So I don't know.
9-28-2011 @ 6:20PM
It's a legendary. They put a lot of work into legendaries that only a few people see. It's one of the few relics from Vanilla that they are keeping and don't want to change.Regardless, I miss the class quests too. Poison Tower as a rogue and Rhok'delar for the hunter were both awesome and fun experiences. I know it's a lot of work, but I wish they'd do it. :(
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