Is he accepting fan-made encounters? =D(Also glad to hear of more potential "revamps")
A level 85 leeroy? :D
More revamps including Boredom Depths? You can't be serious, is Blizzard planning to cancel WoW before we know it? maybe, that'd explain the low profile the game is getting and the 4.1 disaster that has US users screaming for a rollback to 4.0.6. Seniors are probably being moved to Titan and the new unknown game while juniors are left to keep WoW alive with a little supervision. That's not a Blizzard thing though, it's common to most software companies
I admit I'm not logging in tonight...but that's my standard procedure for patch days; you know it's going to be annoying, buggy, and really really really PITA, so will wait for tomorrow and start up Noblegarden at that point.
Just speaking confirmed stuff on US battle.net, so when you post tomorrow on Technical Support forum you'll have some background on your issues or a hotfix if you are lucky.I didn't say 4.1 will doom WoW even if it's compared to 1.10, I will try to log tomorrow as usual keeping in mind I'll have to disable all combat-log related addons until they are updated sooner or later, any other issues I'll just try to go through, I'd recommend keeping an eye on US stickies as they are usually updated faster than EU ones.
Interesting read.I'm not surprised they are looking at revamping more dungeons, since this would most likely lead to more new dungeons overall, although I hope they still take the time to build a few from scratch. As for the future, I could definitely see a revamp of some of the classic Blackrock Mountain dungeons.Perhaps they could do a patch called "The Dark Iron Uprising", where the Dark Irons, fed up with being treated as slaves by the Twilight Hammer start openly rebelling against their Twilight overloads. Blackrock Depths would be reintroduced as a 2 separate instances (Shadowforge City and the Imperial Seat). During these instances you will fight your way across the depths and aide rebelling Dark Iron Dwarves against the occupying Twilight's Hammer, various Fire Elementals, and Dark Iron loyalists. Blackrock Spire would be simplified into a single instance where you secure the upper reaches of the Mountain to ensure the survival of the Dark Iron rebellion.Supporting the Rebellion would be a joint effort between Ironforge and the Thorium Brotherhood. Main characters would include Overseer Oilfist and the Council of Three Hammers, perhaps Gelbin Mekkatorque can also have a cameo somewhere (remember, there were Gnomes working for the Dark Irons in Blackrock Depths). In addition there would have to be a rebel leader or two added, which could be anyone.