Wow, 317 pages and counting, with most people freaking out.
Oh no, no flying until first patch. Big deal.
Somehow, whatever the situation is, I'm sure you'll get through it. If this is the toughest thing you've ever had to face in WoW, I envy you.
And why don't we wait until at least a month or two before release before going nuts.
Patience is a virtue.
"They don't think it be like it is, but it do." --Oscar Gamble 79 Yankees
If you want to join an existing conversation, get clued up and do your own research first. If you contributed something new to the thread maybe I'd spend my time to give you information, but so far all you've done is been a parrot.
If you think WoW is perfect how it is now and could use no improvement (and the only improvement you did offer was a head-scratcher) then you are pretty myopic, friend. It's no wonder you're throwing such a fit over this issue.
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I never recieved an answer to my theory about how I think when some people hear "No flying in Draenor!" They use Outland as a pointer to the imagination of how Draenor without flying would work. I mean. It makes sense to do that, none of us has played Draenor. We don't know what they will compensate no flying with. But to think no flying in Draenor will be how Outland we know it today without flying would be, is an obvious trap to fall into when we hear that no flying in Draenor will happen...
I am not a part of this argument anymore, just curious
You're the one stuck in an RP frame of mind. Those mounts are designed for anywhere where flight is allowed. But if you purchased those with the express intent of using them in WoD before Blizzard went public about their issue with flight then I think that is unfair and you should be allowed a full refund.
Secondly, we don't have facts directly from battle.net. Fansites are the best we have (and historically have been a fair representation). You can keep sticking your head in the sand, though.
@Callace, because your benefits to flying are entirely subjective. That's why.
Every fucking game developer does this. Because it is unnecessary to develop models or textures for places your players will never see. It is development time and resources that are better spend somewhere else to improve the actual quality of the experience, not lazy development.
Reading these kinds of posts makes me sad and lose hope for humanity. "They don't want us to see the laziness", you bloody doorknob.