Nov 27th 2010 7:34AM Damn it mon, rez Zuni already ;_;
Nov 5th 2008 8:44PM I have the same concern too. I want to experience the stories as my character progresses so I don't want to skip content/zones or read spoilers.
But from the experience of BC, to make reputation/xp grinds easier it would be more worthwhile to first keep running faction instances over and over again to get honored reputation and then do the faction quests. So my question is, whether the same tactics would be applicable in Wrath?
Jun 18th 2008 9:38PM I hope this change make it to live! Remember the tough times when you were leveling your characters through the huge mid-30 zones like STV, Dushwallow, 1K Needles, Desolace? So much of the time were spent on traveling. With the new expansion coming out, shortening the lowbie leveling time is always the right direction to go, and indeed a good news of altaholics all over Azeroth.
Lowering the price is of course another nice touch.
May 13th 2008 8:56AM My goal before Wrath is to experience as much BC group content as possible, because we all know that after the expansion hits, no one would want to do them anymore!
That includes finishing all the attunement quests, running all the heroic instances, killing all the bosses, and maybe also grinding all the BC factions to exalted. But being a very casual player, the raid quests are probably out of reach for me...
Well then I'll just grind my fishing to 375.
May 3rd 2008 8:55PM I agree completely.
And where are the faction specific gears? I think the old Grand Marshal's and High Warlord's are some of the best armor (and weapon) sets. On first sight you know what class they are and which faction they belongs to.
What's better to show your allegiance than a shield with a huge emblem of your faction on it?
Armor sets should show from where they're obtained, because they shows the wearer's story. You should be able to look at a guy's gear and say "Oh that pally is a veteran for the alliance" or "that warlock has been to the Outlands".
Apr 9th 2008 11:08AM In WoW US, there are around 200 non-RP realms, and 22 RP realms...
It annoys me to always hear about people complaining about roleplayers trying to preserve the RP atmosphere on their realms. (With Blizzard unwilling to actively enforce the RP rules, it falls to the RPers ourselves to do it.)
If you don't RP, go roll on any of the non-RP servers! Just don't jump around an RP realm with a silly name trying to spoil other people's fun and then whine about "you're a bunch of elitist jerks :("