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3-18-2012 @ 6:12PM
Really? nothing about Redridge. I thought Redridge was far better than Darkshore.
3-18-2012 @ 6:24PM
3-18-2012 @ 6:44PM
"BLOOD AND THUNDER, RIGHT??!!"Seriously, Horatio Lane has nothing on Keeshan. Redridge is incredible that first time through, though you lose so much of the zone since it's now become a Roller Coaster. You barely even touch certain parts of it.Plus, for the longest time, once you phase out the entire Eastern part of Redridge due to the zone completion, the phasing never worked properly for the longest time after Cata launch, causing some.....interesting....things to happen if you went back there later.I think possibly the fact that the quests break Redridge once you complete them maybe kept it off this list (trying very hard not to give away spoilers).
3-18-2012 @ 6:54PM
Part of why I still like Redridge so much (yes, even with Keeshan) is because the entire zone does change permanently once you're finished, and, unlike Westfall, there's a sense that things are much better off thanks to you being there.I feel like there are very few zones for the Alliance where you come out of it with a sense that you "won" in a tangible way, and I think Redridge definitely gives that feeling.Granted, it's a win that has nothing to do with the Horde/Alliance struggle, but still.
3-18-2012 @ 7:40PM
The zone got a lot of heat for being an extended Rambo parody, but if you haven't seen the film (like me) it ends up being pretty enjoyable!
3-19-2012 @ 12:58AM
It took the joke too far. Just like Westfall did. And just like Uldum did.
3-19-2012 @ 3:01AM
A-Fricking-menRedridge is pretty epic.The blackrock thing makes sense, but I think it would have been a nice touch if they'd have made all that redridge stuff happen with the normal horde instead.Seriously though, redridge, you literally change the landscape.
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