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Have bags outlived their usefulness? Just like reagents and ammo, I think its time they get removed from the game entirely. I hope Blizzard uses the next expansion to retool the inventory system and utilize their new UI methods (ex. mounts and pets).
I like how The Secret World handles inventory and I wish WoW did it the same way. You have an expandable inventory and you can create as many custom bags as you want to help you sort your stuff. If you run out of room you can just pay an in-game currency premium and give yourself some more. There are mods that do half of this already but it'd be nice if Blizzard just went all the way with it.
There are obviously other considerations -- the effect on tailoring, for example, or the amount of database traffic Blizzard can handle (which prevents us from having unlimited bag space).
I am exalted with the tillers, but I can't seem to find the option to take the farm from that lazy panda so my lazy druid can get some reps I skipped. What obvious thing am I missing?
You have to talk to Nana Mudclaw, up the road from the farm. She'll get you started on the quest to take over the farm.
Is it just me or you can't access the Isle of Thunder if you haven't finished the Dominance Offensive storyline? I've read somewhere here that this is the case, but also someone saying that this is not true. Thing is when patch dropped the new area quest just popped to my warrior (exalted with DO), but for none of my other 90s.
Can someone please confirm this to me?
I haven't completed the Dominance/Shieldwall stuff on my DK but he could access the Isle of Thunder. Make sure to actually check your quest log -- you may have the quest in there but never saw the toast.
Has anyone noticed different small changes that you didn't see in the patch notes? I know they always have these, but just wondered if anyone else noticed some.
The main thing I've seen is when I open my map, the yellow raid marker map (two circles that pulse) appear around my character's position. I like it, as it makes it a lot easier to see where I am on the map.
There are undocumented changes in every patch -- some things just get overlooked when it comes time to assemble patch notes (which Zarhym assures is a ridiculously involved process). But yes! I did notice. And I like it!
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