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there needs to be a ton fel reaver like mobs

Cootius, on October 23, 2009 04:30:27   [ Reply ] 
 


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This zone needed to be more threatening, the Saron type architecture was a nice touch but the entire zone is somewhat underwhelming. Needs more Wc3 style massive base thingy like Deathholme, only a whole zone, and Icy..

Skuling, on October 23, 2009 05:55:19   [ Reply ] 
 


   

One of the best Quest Lines in the entire game here... don't miss it (Even mentioning its name will be a spoiler so I won't but it involves Arthas (duh!))

LordSpike, on October 23, 2009 08:17:53   [ Reply ] 
 


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Probably the best use of phasing technology in the game so far. The ability to dynamically change the look of the zone as one progresses through the main quest lines is fantastic. Flight points are a nice reward and incentive to do so.

Once all the quests are completed, the amount of daily quests (especially if you include the Tournament Grounds) makes it my favorite destination for a daily influx of gold (25x15g=375g, and that's not counting all the stuff you will end up selling to the vendor).

My only beef with this zone is perhaps the fact that so many high level mobs and elites are placed there seemingly for aesthetic purposes only, giving players no reason to engage them.

Imago, on October 23, 2009 01:43:00   [ Reply ] 
 


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The zones always felt a little under-developed to me but that's probably gonna change when they finally bring out ICC.

Moroan, on November 9, 2009 01:40:22   [ Reply ] 
 
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