Aug 31st 2009 7:00PM You might also notice that Gilneas City isn't there either. This is only the bottom corner of the peninsula.
Aug 31st 2009 4:41PM They didn't seem to mind the Death Knights, though.
Aug 23rd 2009 5:25PM Never did I ever think I'd be excited about the end of the world as we know it.
GG, Blizz. You proved me wrong
Aug 23rd 2009 5:20PM At first glance Cataclysm development looks pretty far ahead. Look a little more carefully, though, and you'll notice we really didn't see that much. The new races were lacking females and voices. Only a small handful of revamped zones were shown, and the only new zones I remember seeing footage of were the Worgen and Goblin starter zones. The archaeology journal contained mostly place holder stuff. It's impossible to tell whether Blizz is holding back because they don't want to show too much, or because it's just plain not done yet.
We also have to cram a beta somewhere in there, although I guess if they get 3.3 out in November, we might be able to see that in January, and maybe commercial release in Q2? Maybe if it takes too long they'll pad it out with another event like the zombie event before Wrath?
Aug 23rd 2009 4:47PM I can't help notice that totems are almost the exact same size and shape as kegs.
Maybe the dwarves have been communing with the wrong kinds of spirits?
Aug 23rd 2009 4:37PM All of the above. Seriously, any of the things mentioned so far would have me jumping for joy.
I have had to pick, though, I'd say the revamped old world. Sure, the new race/class combos are awesome, and I love the new races (WORGENWORGENWORGENWORGEN WHEEEEEEE!!!!), but what will truly let me appreciate all the new alts I'm going to make is the ability to take them through a world that isn't physically painful to level in.