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1-05-2012 @ 3:19PM
I have a distinct feeling that for MoP, we won't get any new on-Azeroth races to find, but we will get the Pandaren, Sha, and others in Pandaria. Which is fine, we're supposed to spend all our time there anyway.But I also suspect they're going to change it so that, once you hit 525, existing races' artifacts will not grant skillups. As, frankly, it'd be easy as pie to stack up enough fragments from several races to hit 600 within 2 minutes of logging on after installing the expansion.That may not be a big deal, since at present Archaeology skill only matters on which sites you can find (SFAIK), but depending on changes they make to Archaeology for MoP, this may wind up being a very big deal.
1-05-2012 @ 4:28PM
i'm sorry, but i want farking human digsites.humans have been around for a few thousand years, in azeroth, yet somehow they've never made anything permanent?and if not humans, how about the damn vrykul that they're descended from?uncover the last race on the archaeology tab!
1-05-2012 @ 4:55PM
Um, dude, there ARE vrykul digsites...
1-05-2012 @ 6:37PM
Pandaran is very likely, but Sha not so much.Sha are more a manifestation, a consequence of bad feeling and not a physical race with a history.It would be nice for the lvl 85 BoA's to not be outdated more so than they are already, especially since there are three I have yet to get.
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