Relating back to the logic behind Pandaren Death Knights, it is obvious why there wouldn't be Pandaren DK's at the time of the Alliance-Horde War, but afterwards--for example, the next expansion--it is something to assume that they would introduce the class to the Pandaren, but the whole zoned timeline is two years (WoW time) before Pandaria was even re-discovered. Do you think they will alter the starting zone to include new Pandaren DK's or just retcon the Pandaren into the class?
There's essentially zero justification for pandaren death knights and I suspect it'll remain that way. No active Lich King, no DKs.
When did the blood elves get to the Outland? They were on Azeroth originally right? Are all those settlements post Dark Portal opening or were they there before? Since I get most of my lore in game (or asking here) I are confused.
Kael took a few hundred or so blood elves through the Dark Portal in the Frozen Throne campaign of WC3. They stayed there in the however-many-years it was between TFT and BC and built settlements, attacked the Exodar, etc.
Do you think there will be a new weapon set added in game? like a Glaive or something ? something that Monks would be more custom too?
If you mean a traditional glaive, those already exist. They're called polearms. If you mean the weird WoW glaives, those are...I guess, fist weapons maybe? And not particularly monk-y at that.
Is it just me or are the respawn rates and amounts of mobs more clustered in MOP? I can't remember a time in all the years I have been playing where I am getting ganked by mobs on a regular basis. Specifically the area in question is the quest hub around Nessingways area. You can't walk a yard without getting attacked by something or another.
Spawn rates adjust on the fly depending on how many people are in the zone.
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