It's no secret that certain things (and even whole zones, in their current state) are going to go the way of the dodo when Cataclysm arrives, and both players and developers have talked a lot about the changes in Azeroth and environs beyond. By contrast, today wow gold
I'm interested in hearing about what you don't want to see eighty-sixed -- the quests you'd miss, the factions or NPC's you hope will cling to life, the dungeons or raids you don't want to see go gentle into that good night.
Personally, as dumb as I know this will probably sound, when I think about old Azeroth my mind immediately returns to a tiny quest called Until Death Do Us Part.that's it. It's a very long journey lv bags
for a young character, and when you finally arrive at the Sepulcher and find the husband's grave, you realize you've come all this way to deliver a worthless trinket to someone who threw his life away on a hopeless cause. There is, however, the feeling that there's more to the savagery of the Forsaken than nike shoes
meets the eye. You turn it in and. There is no happy ending. There is no follow-up. If you only wanted to look at it in terms of game mechanics, then it's a Fed-Ex quest designed to get you across the ocean and questing in Silverpine, but even with all the improvements to questing today, it stands apart. It's started by a bitter Forsaken who wowgold
wants you take a pendant to her husband's grave at the Sepulcher... .
Blizzard is actually trying to move away from quests that wow gold US
emphasize text over cool visuals, and it makes me a little sad just because Until Death Do Us Part was, from a writing standpoint, a masterpiece of effective writing and quick exposition. I'm hoping that, out ffxiv gil
of all the quests cheap wow gold
that stand to get axed in Cataclysm, this little gem survives.