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3-23-2012 @ 11:21AM
To post a non-MoP question, after we kill Ultraxion and defeat all of Deathwing's forces in Wyrmrest Temple, we board the ship and follow him to the Maelstrom. On the ship, you see it flying south towards the Maelstrom as you expect...but the location is Above the Frozen Sea. How can that be since the Frozen Sea is to the north of Northrend? Shouldn't it be Above the Great Sea? How did this gamebreaking, showstopper of a bug make it live amg?!
3-23-2012 @ 11:40AM
I'm pretty sure all of the ocean that surrounds Northrend is called the Frozen Sea, not just to the north. It's kind of arbitrary since it all connects into the Great Sea anyway, but I don't think it's technically wrong.
3-23-2012 @ 3:05PM
The REAL game breaker is that once you're on the Skybreaker, they go on about how we need to go at full speed to catch Deathwing before he gets away. Then, right on queue, our good buddy Warmaster Blackhorn and his friends proceed to pewpew the engines... Now, one would thing damaged engines would not work so well (or at all), and with everyone then focusing on making sure Blackhorn doesn't cause the airship to EXPLODE, one would think Deathwing would have ample opportunity to get a nice lead ahead of the airship. Yet, once Blackhorn is killed, everyone is simply able to jump out the bottom of the airship and right onto Deathwing's back. What'd he do? Say "Gee, with this plate on my back missing, I might get a sunburn! I better keep that airship above me to protect me from the sun's harmful rays"?
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