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12-28-2011 @ 6:49PM
The Alignment? What?Oh, was this a part of the quest line that only a fraction of staff-wielding raiding population ever got to see directly? I... suppose you can count that as a reveal. Maybe...
12-28-2011 @ 6:56PM
Whether you got to see it or not (I didn't either), it was definitely a big lore reveal. Also, its a Legendary weapon, with a legendary quest line, that takes a lot of work and dedication of a large group. What kind of quest would you like them to participate in, something unimportant and non-impacting to the expansions story line?
12-28-2011 @ 7:49PM
I suppose I would have preferred more of the raid group involved getting to see those plot-heavy bits rather than the whole raid working toward it and then everyone save the one or few nominated people missing out on the major lore aspects of the quests.
12-29-2011 @ 1:24AM
I came in late in Firelands so this sort of confused me as well. I suppose in the long run it's not as big of a reveal as one would think, however, seeing as we have Aspects which are quite declawed if not neutered altogether. Granted, I'm sure most of my raid didn't know that my Shadowmourne was crafted from Arthas' own Hammer and covered in pieces of the actual Frozen Throne that splintered when Arthas cracked it open. Thinking of that gives me much more of a nerdboner than a Rogue opening up crystals to get gems.I just don't think Legendaries are enough of a guild effort outside of the raid environment.
12-29-2011 @ 10:49AM
The rogue legendary is the same way. When I leveled through the new 1-60 content, the questline in Badlands about the last black dragon egg really stood out, not only as a great quest line but also as something that would ultimately be really important. Too bad the follow up to that quest can only be seen by one the least played classes in the game.
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