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Implementing thet Classic Azeroth map into Epsi!

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I'd like to see how much interest this would garner, with the new classic client I feel like it might be within the realm of possibilities but it might also be useful to see how much this would be desired by the community. I think it would open up incredible possibilities for building phases set in certain time periods as well as maybe getting a 'spare' map for custom locations where you can remove the doodads.

Hopefully this gets some support, because for me personally this is something I really want and I hope a lot of you eel the same way.

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Or Kori's Zone Patch can be used, and modified to be their own maps, rather than replacing an unused Moonglade and Developer Land.

 

 

(plus the ability to .phase shift doodad off on them would be amazing)

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2 minutes ago, Lord Kalrihk Blackrune said:

Or Kori's Zone Patch can be used, and modified to be their own maps, rather than replacing an unused Moonglade and Developer Land.

 

 

(plus the ability to .phase shift doodad off on them would be amazing)

True but I feel like I can't go asking people to download a patch just for for a public phase.

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I mean use the patch as the server-side content, not have people download it.

I think everyone should have it anyway, though. Doesn't hurt anything.

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Full support, don't care if I have to use a patch. The new Azeroth is garbage.

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I'm currently looking to get this done (with phaseshifting, of course) for 7356.


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This sounds like a massive undertaking and I wish you luck in getting it done.

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