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Blizzard decided to make all mounts work in the Maw in the forthcoming Chains of Domination update.

Bad news for those that worked hard to get mounts that work exclusively in the Maw and good news for everyone else! In Chains of Domination, we are taking the fight directly to the Jailer, establishing a permanent foothold in the Maw. Blizzard also confirmed that we will be able to use our standard mounts in the zone.

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Patch 9.1 comes with a new zone called Korthia, which acts as an extension to the Maw, but we do not know at this time if we'll be able to use all mounts there.

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Really? First I leveled all my alts to 60 and had to go with each through all torghast layers from 1 to 8 for each alt, and then you decide to make torghast progress account wide.... fine... thats fine.... now? I went through that sludgefest to get mount to make maw less sufferable and now you decide to that all mounts can be used. I think I should just stop playing and wait till you fix all your stupid ideas :<

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1 hour ago, siema87 said:

Really? First I leveled all my alts to 60 and had to go with each through all torghast layers from 1 to 8 for each alt, and then you decide to make torghast progress account wide.... fine... thats fine.... now? I went through that sludgefest to get mount to make maw less sufferable and now you decide to that all mounts can be used. I think I should just stop playing and wait till you fix all your stupid ideas :<

You've learned the lessen of WoW stuff always gets easier and there is no point in caring about the current content cause it will always be nerfed later.  If you wanna play stuff while its current know so that it will be easier in a few months and you'd be better off waiting

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 I have no issue whatsoever with the fact, that ppl can mount. BUt the amount of efford u had to put in, was not compareable to similiar things in the past. Why put mountrestriction into the game in the first place...Ofc everyone (and rightfully so) who farmed out the mount, should be offended by that change. Obviously there wont be a compensation (at least i dont think so) which makes it even more frustrating. But ....thats how the game always has been. Still this is huge BS imo

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At weekends, several people who are responding to this thread can be found outside foodbanks, demanding to know why some people are being given free food when they worked hard all week to afford their own food. 

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9 hours ago, VeNdettaw0w said:

 I have no issue whatsoever with the fact, that ppl can mount. BUt the amount of efford u had to put in, was not compareable to similiar things in the past. Why put mountrestriction into the game in the first place...Ofc everyone (and rightfully so) who farmed out the mount, should be offended by that change. Obviously there wont be a compensation (at least i dont think so) which makes it even more frustrating. But ....thats how the game always has been. Still this is huge BS imo

every time something like this happens you can here the same *filtered*. you dont have a right to be offended because first you got a mount blizz isnt giving me that mount with 9.1 and second you earnd yourself the right to ride in the maw today every one that dont farm the mount have to wait till 9.1so you earnd yourself a way to ride befor other people can do it this two things are what you famed its like how every one can fly in wod now but gues what i dont have the achievment so i was bound to the ground the whole time and i dont got the mount after the made it free i hope you get what i want to say. and another piont in my oppinion is that its a good thing everyone can ride there with 9.1 because before the maw wasnt that interesting and it was really optional to go there in the first place now i am forced to be there then blizz hat to deal with a lot of complains because they allowed druids and worgen to ride there without diong an achievment and because its optionall to do stuff there it wasnt that big of a deal but know it would be

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10 hours ago, Calorat said:

You've learned the lessen of WoW stuff always gets easier and there is no point in caring about the current content cause it will always be nerfed later.  If you wanna play stuff while its current know so that it will be easier in a few months and you'd be better off waiting

For real. x.3 is the patch this guy needs to sub for, lol.

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15 hours ago, siema87 said:

Really? First I leveled all my alts to 60 and had to go with each through all torghast layers from 1 to 8 for each alt, and then you decide to make torghast progress account wide.... fine... thats fine.... now? I went through that sludgefest to get mount to make maw less sufferable and now you decide to that all mounts can be used. I think I should just stop playing and wait till you fix all your stupid ideas :<

I concur with this member, while I will continue to play I think Blizz needs to consider player frustration during beta. There are so many poorly thought out things they do! What happened to all the great designers?

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On 2/20/2021 at 3:36 AM, Rocknight said:

At weekends, several people who are responding to this thread can be found outside foodbanks, demanding to know why some people are being given free food when they worked hard all week to afford their own food. 

And people like this are the guys who work part time only on the weekends, who feel like it’s wrong that they don’t make as much as the guys who started the company and took all the risk in the beginning.

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On 2/20/2021 at 9:36 AM, Rocknight said:

At weekends, several people who are responding to this thread can be found outside foodbanks, demanding to know why some people are being given free food when they worked hard all week to afford their own food. 

gratz, u wont the award for the most stupid comment of the week.

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