I likely will be too. As much as I really want both EW5 and that Pirate quest (The Archepelago is deeply appealing to me), the Heist quest just has such potential to expand Zamorak's lore in a meaningful way.@Fannygirdle on Twitter | Co-Owner of The Scrying Pool, a future updates and lore clan
I do wish that they wouldn't lump such appealing quest options in these polls.
That first one was really chock-full of potential; despite Elder God Research winning, the fact that we had to push-off a Dragonkin, DoC sequel, Tuska, Rite of Passage (*sigh*), and other quests was just a bit of a downer in itself. Not that I'm not looking massively forward to an Elder God Research quest, mind you.
With this coming poll, while I'm rooting for the Zamorak Heist (for both obvious and not-so-obvious reasons), I can't say I'm not intrigued by the other options. Despite the annoyance of some of the EW puzzles (especially for those of us who are non-guide questers), I've always had a flare of interest and wonder at Vesuvius' research and experiments in the Elemental Workshop, and I look forward to seeing more of this unravelled in time (and to see if some of my potential theories are of any merit).
The Pirate series has always been among my favorite. Not so much originally, but when the rumblings of Rabid Jack, the Cursed Archipelago, and the key to his immortality were brought into the mix, I really wanted to explore this much further. I enjoy some elements of seriousness, and the generous comedic portions, for a rather tasty quest-recipe. With some Pirates of the Caribbean themes overlapping, I can only say this has helped to further my interest in the series, too! With orchestral music now a thing, I can imagine how EPIC high-fidelity pirate music will be.
The Spellcrafting one kind of caught me off guard, as I wasn't expecting it. I'm really hoping it involves creating a spell that was lost in the destruction of the first Wizard's Tower, as a way to re-visit that story with an exciting new twist. What spell, and what use, it may have has also piqued my interest. Though, even if it has no Wizard Tower involvement, I've always had a soft-spot for any form of magical research in quests, and uncovering the truth to some age-old myths."All great changes are preceded by chaos."
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- Last edited on 07-Sep-2014 07:32:01 by Aterivus
Amascutsaid: Heidly Eessaid: Also, is it right that the Elder God quest is set for October? That would make two quests in one month, and considering the current trend with quests that's highly unlikely.
Halloween in October for certain, Elder God pushed to December due to Elf City part 2 being in November.
Ah, thank you for the reminder, Elder God has clearly fallen back on the schedule.