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Clean Up Edit

Coordinates would be nice.

This page needs a MAJOR clean-up. The title is Area of Effect Locations, and virtually every spot is a terrible AoE location. Focus on the thesis of the page. The goal here should be a quick reference place for someone looking to move to a new AoE place, not a list of every group of mobs in the game. Archigram 19:44, 11 December 2007 (UTC)

key section? Edit

What do the "A" and "H" columns mean? I would have assumed that "H" means "need healer", but there are some which are unchecked but comments say "Healer recommended", and well, hardly any that don't have an H or Y in this column. No clue what "A" would mean, maybe that arcane explosion is safe to use? Probably there should be a key for this table, at least these columns. With a key, you could shorten caster and range also and leave more room for comments. I'm new to the world, but I read wowwiki and forums and I play a 28 frost mage who has started AoE grinding. If I can't figure out what these columns mean, it should probably be spelled out somewhere on the page. I'd do it if I knew. mes 16:37, 31 October 2007 (UTC)

Alliance and Horde, naturally. --Sky (t · c · w) 21:49, 31 October 2007 (UTC)
well, duh. that makes sense. mes 20:09, 8 November 2007 (UTC)

level ranges Edit

I went to the gnolls in wetlands and none of them were below lvl 21. 21-24 would be a more accurate range. ALSO, there was more than one caster.

Darkshore Edit

Losta easy to get furbolgs in their villages, but you need a healer

Northrend Edit

Ivald's Ruin in Howling Fjord is a great location due to a large concentration of Iron Rune Destroyers. There are Sages in very minimal amounts, however. I know there's a more appropriate page to put this on but due to my lack of knowledge in editing tables I thought I'd leave this for someone else to do. Thanks in advance.


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