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1-23-2012 @ 3:54PM
I think all of these suggestions have sound merit to them, and a few are sorely in need of.I love the idea of Guild Halls. It would not be all that difficult to implement, aside from actual design. As for how to integrate it? Easy. The Ethereals have found numerous floating chucks of land masses throughout the Twisting Nether. These "prime" pieces of real estate (they're lifeless and barren- initially, at least) could be yours- for a price, of course. For a sum, any guild can have access to an Ethereal gateway, which would take them to said rock. As a bonus, they'll even start your guild off with a cozy grey shack to call home.Of course, the Goblins don't want to miss out on this grand opportunity. They'd be willing to make renovations- and additions- if the price is right. Need a huge display room for all those shiny Legendaries the guild has amassed? No problem! And those Dalaran mages? They'll conjure you up a portal room (but sorry, portal installations come a-la-cart. It costs real money to pump that kind of bandwidth through the ley lines!). Tired of that pink overhead forcefield shining day and night, and long for some Azerothian skies? The Gnomes have just what you're looking for! For some change, they'll turn your "sky" blue, heck they'll even throw in some landscaping too. Even a mailbox service.Blizzard could go wild with creating Guild Halls, and it would be a great way to play up the different races of Azeroth and what they can offer you in terms of services (for large prices). Blizz would need to add a couple servers, but since Guild Halls would be located off server (aka the Twisting Nether), it would not affect the actual game world.
1-23-2012 @ 7:02PM
I cannot upvote this enough. Everyone send Blizzard to this post.
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