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10-14-2011 @ 8:41AM
Speaking as someone who loved the Worgen storyline, but hated where it left off, I see many possibilities for Blizz on what to do the the Gilneas Zone. In the next expansion, they can do phased questing to retake Gilneas and even have the Gobs take The Lost Isle's and Kezan back. They would do it with the help of their respective factions. So the Worgen and the Goblins would remain part of their factions.For Gilneas I see a lot of storyarcs involving Sylvannas Windrunner and her Forsaken even after the Worgen recapture their homeland. I would love to see an Alliance Capital City that far North in the EK. Since the Worgen can't be raise as Forsaken (I think this is true. Someone please correct me if I am wrong here.) they would be good soldiers to fight them.So I guess what I am saying is, sorry for this long post, is that the Horde would already have a new Cap City, The Goblin areas and the Worgen can slowly recapture Gilneas through phasing, just as we had to phase as a starting area.Since playing both sides of the storyline, I still roll alts just to play the starting areas. :) My Forsaken Hunter shows respect to Sylvannas everytime she sees her. Now, my Worgen alts, would sooner spit on her grave, but it makes for good a story. Revenge, betrayal, love, fighting, trash talking. Always happens.Shinanji
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