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10-27-2011 @ 10:16PM
Darn, was hoping someone would ask if they planned on outlands being "fixed" in MoP. Getting through it faster is nice, not dreading having to do it at all would be better
10-27-2011 @ 10:29PM
Someone probably did ask that, since the CMs were moderating questions they were only answering/making visible questions they wanted to. They said at the start that they preferred concise questions that they could (and would want to) answer at this point. I know my question didn't get included, but I guess either they didn't want to talk about it now or they didn't want to talk about it *ever*.
Many questions were asked, not all were addressed. It was moderated so that only the questions they were answering would be seen, thus preventing 5000 questions popping up at once.
10-27-2011 @ 11:58PM
I hope they don't fix Outland, because it isn't broken. I mean, maybe from a narrative standpoint it could use tweaking, but I hope they leave all the quests the same. I like Outland the way it is.
10-28-2011 @ 12:33AM
Also like Outland. In particular, I like how the enemies all seem to be doing their own thing, as opposed to the "everyone's working for/against Deathwing" that Cataclysm is riddled with.In Outland, even the linked factions are doing their own thing. The Naga, the Fel Horde and the Blood Elves (until later) are all part of the Illidari, but with their own plotlines. Likewise the Shadow COuncil in Terokkar, and the rest of the Legion in Netherstorm. Then there are the larger of the lesser groups, like the Arokkoa in Skettis; the Ethereum in Netherstorm, filtering down to the throwaway villians - the Auchenei Priesthood, and Dimensius (who could be so much more than a random quest mob).Burning Crusade felt like a world, whilst Cataclysm feels like an event.
10-28-2011 @ 10:03AM
Well in 4.3 the dungeon quest givers are being put in the dungeons.. so if you just do lfg like i do.. outland will be ALOT shorter.
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