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1-01-2012 @ 8:15PM
Really both the Draenei and Blood Elves need their starting zones redone in the worst way. Their content is still stuck in BC era. I don't care if outland is updated our not, but the BC starting zones need a serious tune up. Here's what I'm thinking: For the Draenei starting zone, most of blood elves are replaced with orcs, and the player is under the assumption that they're their to claim Azuremist and Bloodmist Isles for the Horde. But as you quest through the area, it becomes apparent that these orcs are not part of the horde, but rather Burning Blade cultists. You then team up with a small band of Blood Elves (who turn out to be Scryers) and put a stop to the Burning Blade activities and slay their Eredar leader.As for the Blood Elf starting zone, its revealed that even though Dar'khan was defeated five years ago, scourge presence in the area hasn't diminished at all. Worse yet, the Amani have sundenly bolstered their presence with the help of the Zandalari. As the three sided war develops, you encounter a Tauren Sunwalker emmisary, who reveals that the bolstered scourge presence is in part due to a rogue Forsaken General, who is using corpses of the Amani as undead soldiers. When all is said and done in Ghostlands, you are left with one distinct impression: the forsaken are not to be trusted.Anyway, thats what I hope happens.
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