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1-19-2012 @ 11:25AM
Q4tQ: Why are there lots of class trainers in one spot? Is it for effect or is there some other reason. In the portal room in Ironforge there are like 4-6 mage trainers on the main level and another 4-6 on the upper level.
1-19-2012 @ 11:32AM
Flavor. There are three hunter trainers each in Org in TB, all within a 20-yard range.
1-19-2012 @ 11:33AM
They like hangin' with their homies.
1-19-2012 @ 1:52PM
A long time ago, each trainer would only teach you so far.Apprecentice Hunter Trainer: "Ok, you have learned what I know, go to the Experienced Hunter Trainer."Experienced Hunter Trainer: "I have taught you all I could. You need to go to the Master Hunter Trainer."Insert appropriate trainer title and name.Back then I eventually was told on my Mage, roughly, "You have learned all I can teach you. There is a trainer across the sea who can teach you more."And that's why to this day I train my Mage stuff at the Mage trainer in SW. That, and she's right there at the port-in site (well, most Mage trainers are.)Now all trainers can train to max level.
1-19-2012 @ 2:03PM
Apprentice*And yes, even trainers standing next to each other did this. When you were told to go a long distance, you were given a quest. Just like any other breadcrumb quest given in the game.I guess the intention was not only flavor, but to get you out in the world. Profession trainers did the same thing. And it was infuriating once you hit a certain level in Enchanting because the ONLY trainer for that range was in Uldaman. You had to get a group, get to the middle, clear the scorpions, she would spawn, and you could train there. But you had to take ALL the mats you needed for like those 50 points, because otherwise you needed to make multiple trips.
1-19-2012 @ 2:25PM
@DrakkTy sir. I totally forgot that. I think that changed sometime in wrath.
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