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Speaking of Shared Topics, this week Mia asks what changes in the game would we like to bring back or even undo. If you’ve been reading, you know I’ve talked extensively about my guildmates and the fun we used to have. Many have since left the game, and I would kill to have them (even a few) back and in our little clan. However, Children of Wrath summed it up incredibly well and I don’t want to steal the thunder of said post so I thought I’d focus on in-game.
Tree Form. The very first thing that came to mind, despite the fact I never played one. Druids, yes, but my druids are all Feral. I honestly do not understand why Blizzard took this out and turned it into a weak cooldown spell. To me it was very unique to the class and that got tossed out the window. As the kids say, I R SADZ.
For just one day, bring back a non-combat pet or two. If not for my very low level Warlock, I wouldn’t even have an Onyxia Whelpling. You see, I foolishly presumed that much like the Blizzard Bear for the 4th anniversary, you’d have more than one day to get the Whelpling during the 5th annivesary. How silly of me. I also know of several folks who would give their weight in gold for another crack at the Vampire Batling when it was in Karazhan.
Portals, but not in the way you’re thinking. I’m glad there is only a portal to your faction’s main city in Shattrath and Dalaran. What I’m not happy about is all the other portals in those main cities. It basically turned the other six cities into ghost towns. I remember Blizzard saying portals were being removed so that cities were busy again and players would see ample activity when they entered one. They thought this would be a welcomed sight for new players. I guess new players don’t roll Tauren, Blood Elf, Forsaken, Dwarf, Gnome, Night Elf, or Draenei. Then again, the Exodar was never a busy (or popular) place.
But if I could bring back just one aspect or idea to the game, you know what it would be?
That’s right, World Dragons. I really do miss them. There was something epic about wandering even relatively close to one for fear of one’s life. It also gave the feeling they were protecting something (which, lore wise they were…we the player just never got to see it). I enjoyed that they weren’t always spawned and the races that sometimes took place to try and kill one when it was spawned. I can remember being in a group who arrived just a few seconds too late as an opposing faction conglomerate tried to take down Emeriss. They wiped and we immediately jumped in. They came back, subsequently watched us die, and then managed to get the job done. So between the lore, the presence, and the enjoyment of fighting them, I truly do miss the World Dragons.