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    Quote Originally Posted by adam86shadow View Post
    Like we're ruining Pandara...
    Exactly. Now let's go ask Ysera to let us set up shop in a pristine planet.
    Permanently unsubscribed as of 03/10/2014.

    Been a fun run guys, but the game's officially moved into the "Milk the Playerbase" phase. And I for one don't intend to stick around as the cost of expansions go up, content in them goes down, and raids become further and further apart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dokhidamo View Post
    Exactly. Now let's go ask Ysera to let us set up shop in a pristine planet.
    Point being there's enough scope to conjure a story... It could be a desperate times desperate actions scenario

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    Why would Ysera let us go there?

    Good question, well let's see. The Nightmare was stopped last time because all races worked together in a massive Alliance and pushed it back, the planet itself worked with their essence and helped.

    Now the planet is cracked. The races are in such a war that not even a common enemy can bring them together again, for example Deathwing, the Horde and Alliance still fought eachother even though both were in danger of being wiped out, same in MoP now with the Sha.
    So, an etheral offensive against the Nightmare would be... too weak. So then, to save Paradise, you'd need to destroy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnorei View Post
    Why would Ysera let us go there?

    Good question, well let's see. The Nightmare was stopped last time because all races worked together in a massive Alliance and pushed it back, the planet itself worked with their essence and helped.

    Now the planet is cracked. The races are in such a war that not even a common enemy can bring them together again, for example Deathwing, the Horde and Alliance still fought eachother even though both were in danger of being wiped out, same in MoP now with the Sha.
    So, an etheral offensive against the Nightmare would be... too weak. So then, to save Paradise, you'd need to destroy it.
    Well now we have to figure out if Ysera would take that step...
    Permanently unsubscribed as of 03/10/2014.

    Been a fun run guys, but the game's officially moved into the "Milk the Playerbase" phase. And I for one don't intend to stick around as the cost of expansions go up, content in them goes down, and raids become further and further apart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Accaris View Post
    ...kinda like Pandaria.

    But anyway, Emerald Dream would suck as an expansion. All misty purple and green zones with dreamy atmospheric music... it'd be like The Burning Crusade all over again. Leveling would be a snoozefest.
    Except that if Panda-land goes down the tubes, nothing outside of it is really affected beyond minor pangs of guilt. We go 86 the Emerald Dream for some "supah-kewl lewts" and we might trigger a re-origination event. After we just inadvertantly deleted the save file re-origination defaults to. So that might be kinda very bad.

    Besides, all evidence in pandaland so far points towards a shift of focus back to the Legion, so that's prolly where the next few expansions are gonna point.
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    emerald dream is more likely to be a patch

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