1. #67941
    Quote Originally Posted by Kiivar86 View Post
    Agreed. I always felt at odds with the Void as I like the idea of it but so much of it was tied to the Old God fleshy stuff and I hate that stuff so much.

    That electric blue jazz stuff they're doing, yes please!



    You can only get 1 per week as it says. The cap increases, not how much you earn. That means yes, the second week the cap is 2, but you can still get only 1, so at most you'll have 2.
    You might be right but why even mention the cap in that case? "You can only get 1 per Week" would do? But anyway if its like you said then the items are straight up too expensive.
    Last edited by justwatching; 2024-04-19 at 10:33 PM.

  2. #67942
    Quote Originally Posted by justwatching View Post
    You might be right but why even mention the cap in that case? "You can only get 1 per Week" would do? But anyway if its like you said then the items are straight up too expensive.
    Probably something to do with the catch-up for those who didn't get one the week(s) previous getting enough to reach the cap, I figure.

  3. #67943
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlamin View Post
    https://old.wow.tools/maps/2601/

    Updated it for 11.0 because I also needed it and no alternatives are available yet.
    You're my savior and hero mate <3

  4. #67944
    Saw something about a "Rootlands" map being deleted in the files, haven't seen anything like that myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guro-tchai View Post
    was a bit busy, can someone link me some info about the roots, trelves and a suspected patch zone location? no info on how they survived with nerubians next to them for presumably thousands of years?
    If Krokuun Draenei can survive 25k years next to Burning Legion HQ, nothing should surprise us.

  6. #67946
    Quote Originally Posted by Marlamin View Post
    https://old.wow.tools/maps/2601/

    Updated it for 11.0 because I also needed it and no alternatives are available yet.
    You are the hero we don't deserve but the one we need right now, or however that quote goes. Thank you!

    Love that you got the dungeons/delves as well, Priory of the Sacred Flame looks like it might have a very similar layout to Halls of Atonement which I like.

  7. #67947
    These look so good. I hope they're available to all races.

    https://www.wowhead.com/news/earthen...-within-338837

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xilurm View Post
    These look so good. I hope they're available to all races.

    https://www.wowhead.com/news/earthen...-within-338837
    Hope so but I doubt it tbh.
    Blizzard has a nack for making decent civilian/simple transmogs but never releasing them
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    what exactly makes Dwarves an underground race?

  9. #67949
    Quote Originally Posted by Aucald View Post
    I'm not sure why people are so taken aback by the appearance of young Dagran - we've known since Before the Storm that the kid was bookish and gawky, and it was further established in The Vow Eternal that he was introspective and lonely growing up, and is even shown chatting with Arator the Redeemer and closely observing a ceremonial blade that he was wearing at the time. Dagran's model as bespectacled and looking like an up-and-coming sage or wizard seems to be in keeping with all his prior characterization.

    It's not some weird agenda out of nowhere, in other words - Dagran's basic character has been this way for nearly 6 years at this point.
    Aye, and I can't really see this as "non-masculine" as some brought up to begin with. Compared to the state of the peak Golden-Danuser era, he at least looks something like a Warcraft character should.

    Besides, he's a Dark Iron. They're sorcerers, no?
    "We will soon be in a world in which a man may be howled down for saying that two and two make four."
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    You'll believe it when you see it for yourself.

  10. #67950
    Quote Originally Posted by Nightshade711 View Post
    Hope so but I doubt it tbh.
    Blizzard has a nack for making decent civilian/simple transmogs but never releasing them
    On the flipside, this expansion did give us the Valdrakken civilian transmogs.

  11. #67951
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheezits View Post
    Saw something about a "Rootlands" map being deleted in the files, haven't seen anything like that myself.
    Yep, it's listed on the dev map as a zone the same size as the Ringing Deeps but conspicuously missing. It's hard to tell where it corresponds to in the overworld though. I don't think they've even properly lined up Dorn to the other zones yet.

  12. #67952
    You know, I could definitely see goblins getting involved in a plant/life area. That'd definitely be their thing (to despoil and harvest).

  13. #67953
    Quote Originally Posted by Zulggun View Post
    I don't get that enormous hate over paladin raid set.
    It's not my favorite, but I like that it's different. After 20 years of armor sets, Blizzard's artists need to do really different stuff to make new sets standout. If they're just "normal" then players are just going to stick to their favorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Conceptuel View Post
    Aye, and I can't really see this as "non-masculine" as some brought up to begin with. Compared to the state of the peak Golden-Danuser era, he at least looks something like a Warcraft character should.

    Besides, he's a Dark Iron. They're sorcerers, no?
    "Non-masculine" would seem to describe anyone not completely roided out to the point they look more like an earthbound cloud. I assume Dagran II takes after his father, Dagran Sr. having been called the "Sorcerer-Thane" and more in the mold of a shaman or wizard than a warrior.
    "We're more of the love, blood, and rhetoric school. Well, we can do you blood and love without the rhetoric, and we can do you blood and rhetoric without the love, and we can do you all three concurrent or consecutive. But we can't give you love and rhetoric without the blood. Blood is compulsory. They're all blood, you see." ― Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

  15. #67955
    Quote Originally Posted by Val the Moofia Boss View Post
    It's not my favorite, but I like that it's different. After 20 years of armor sets, Blizzard's artists need to do really different stuff to make new sets standout. If they're just "normal" then players are just going to stick to their favorites.
    Yeah I've grown to like it a fair bit. Plus you never know how those pieces could work in other sets. There are a lot of items that I hated initially that I've found to be integral to some of my favorite transmog outfits now (i.e. the Uldir cloth sets)

  16. #67956
    Quote Originally Posted by Le Conceptuel View Post
    he at least looks something like a Warcraft character should.
    Warcraft characters do not look like nerds who get bullied in school.



    This isn't a Dark Iron Dwarf. This isn't a Warcraft character. This is a wimp who has no business being in this franchise. I'd expect to see this guy in a sparkly pretty boy series like League of Legends, not Warcraft.



    THIS is a Dark Iron Dwarf sorcerer!


  17. #67957
    Quote Originally Posted by Viridiel View Post
    Yep, it's listed on the dev map as a zone the same size as the Ringing Deeps but conspicuously missing. It's hard to tell where it corresponds to in the overworld though. I don't think they've even properly lined up Dorn to the other zones yet.
    Probably to the left of Hallowsfall and AK where the roots are busting through.

  18. #67958
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheezits View Post
    I hate to be that guy but I think the less time spent on Season 4 development, the better.
    Season 4 doesn't require artists to do any work (except for a texture artist spending 30 minutes max recoloring Armordeons and Wilderlings as keystone hero/Awakened raid Normal difficulty mount rewards). Season 4 doesn't require designers to come up with and bugtest new boss fights. All season 4 requires is a couple programmers switching out the current roster of half dozen M+ dungeons people are going to speedrun for the next six months, and tweaking the numbers to make the last three raids relevant rather than just the latest one. There is hardly any actual opportunity loss here.

  19. #67959
    Quote Originally Posted by Val the Moofia Boss View Post
    Warcraft characters do not look like nerds who get bullied in school.

    -snip-

    This isn't a Dark Iron Dwarf. This isn't a Warcraft character. This is a wimp who has no business being in this franchise. I'd expect to see this guy in a sparkly pretty boy series like League of Legends, not Warcraft.

    -snip-

    THIS is a Dark Iron Dwarf sorcerer!
    I mean, yeah Dagran I is an awesome looking sorcerer. He's also an old, grown man.

    Dagran II is like what 15 and just starting to get a sense of the world and his relation to sorcerery and his ancestry? Of course he looks like a nerdy kid.

    This is a crazy take

  20. #67960
    Quote Originally Posted by Fahrad Wagner View Post
    Dornagal, the Earthen city on the Isle of Dorn
    Would have been nice if we had gone back to having dual capitals again. Horde characters hanging out in an Alliance themed city feels bad. Horde also doesn't have the Titan connection that the Alliance does. Could have easily had the Horde capital be Kezan or Undermine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegrian View Post
    If the first patch is truly about a goblin raid (probably undermine) I hope it doesn't feel like a joke filler patch. And it would be a great time to fight against Gallywix at last. I also hope it doesn't feel like the earthen plot is dropped after 11.0 like the oathstone plot in DF or many others.
    It would be nice if we got more serious Goblin characters like Siegecrafter Blackfuse rather than every Goblin having to be the same funny cartoon character.

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