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I havent logged into WoW for a few weeks now. Its now the oldest content in the game, afterall. A few brand new leaks from the current beta testing of World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King 3.1 Content Patch are featuring two bosses from the new raiding instance Ulduar. Surely none of you can tell me that this wouldnt be awesome, and totally unique content for each different character regardless of faction. The Kirin Tor dont really seem to do that much, and theyre the only other sort of class-based faction that comes immediately to mind. But if it was a Scenario, it shouldnt be just your run-of-the-mill scenario; it should have sort of quests within it, rather than just stages, or the stages should have a nice response from the quest giver at the beginning and end of each, in the same way quests do when you pick them up and complete them. Even when I got to Outland, I didnt know why it was just a floating rock, I didnt know who the ghostly figure at the altar before the Hand of Guldan was, and I didnt really realise that the creatures I was controlling were of the same nature as those roaming around in Hellfire Peninsula that frightened me so much. Yeah, youve got those two sad little quests that give you a class-specifically designed weapon and helm, but they more or less require the same thing from every character, and dont give any kind of feel for the class, either. I have since read all of the books and gathered as much info on the world and its past as I can, so I know what a Warlock is, and I know what the huge differences between Mages and Warlocks are, but I really dont feel that that comes across well enough in-game. We have come to provide you a wonderful experiment of world of warcraft game. Paladins come across more holy, but thats probably because of the Argent factions. On to paladins. What happens when you use an ability that costs holy power? Ive tried to think out the logic on this and my best guess is that when it tries to give you runic power it notices its giving you 20 and then things that that means the ability costs 20 so it makes it cost 20 more, subtracting 20 from the 20 you were supposed to get and giving you zero. This can significantly speed things up and lower to middle end video cards. Always remember that certification is a means to an end, not the end in itself. Good branding in 2021 means leaning into that. Have the Rogue in a situation where they have slipped up or something (no one can completely avoid mistakes - what proves how good you are is how you handle these situations, because you cannot perfectly predict the reactions or movements of others) and are being hunted and have to slip away silently and undetected. If you want to be a good WoW player, you must learn some knowledge about fighting. They learn what they need to from the game itself, and the books are just there for those of us who want more information. Almost certainly. They would have to adopt some pretty draconian non-subscriber restrictions in order to prevent me from coming back to the game. Have Rogues assassinate someone. They are also a lot more beneficial on your wallet in the long run than constantly paying someone for gold, weapons or to level your character for you. I know I said I wouldnt, but those were just the last fragments of denial from someone who was just too curious to resist the temptation any longer. These questlines shouldnt be based in any zones we already know. Unique phased zones would do just as well. Little zones that only your class could get to. The chapters will help you get started. To make your player stronger, you will need to aquire armour, weapons and trinkets, that may be acquired for gold or silver. As long as each questline/scenario/phased zone works with its sole intended class at the correct level without heirlooms (not everyone has or uses them, be they new or veteran player) then there should be no problem. Its a 2-12 player vampire tag map in which the vampire have to kil...