Khuri answered your concerns more completely than I could have.
Thank you, Khuri!
However, there is one point I'd still like to address.
Anonymous wrote: ↑
Sun Dec 03, 2023 2:28 pm
...The issue then however becomes that in the past the category of the article was not chosen based on game location, and a significant number of articles about Rubi-Ka activities are in other categories, example is Dreadloch camps, https://www.ao-universe.com/guides/lost ... mni-quests
is on Rubi-Ka, moreover unlike TL7 TOTW - Dreadloch camps ARE in fact accessible by Classic AO players and even have some loot usable by Classic AO players, however the article is in "Lost Eden" category.
As to why the Dreadloch Camp encounters are listed in LE, I wanted to clear that up.
These sided camps were introduced with the 17.2.0 patch in early 2007 (pre-March) as part of the new Lost Eden expansion originally introduced Dec. 15, 2006.
Being that these encounters didn't exist until created through Lost Eden it made more sense that they be grouped in the LE section they came in with.
We group our guides where they make the most sense when they are created. There are rare occasions where a guide has been moved, however, it was for internal reasons. As Khuri has pointed out most players google our guides or use the search bar located on the main page of the site.
Being there is no reason for FC to have created the ToTW TL7 experience in ShadowLands, one might wonder if...at the time the booster was added in 2020, being that AO was already in maintenance mode, and AO had 1-2 people working on it at that point, that they may have just slapped on the SL req to avoid having to code something for these new instances. Maybe it's just as simple as using SL would set the requirements they desired for the new instances, and save them time and man-hours.
It's just a thought. I would have to research that, as I don't know the source you used to cite this SL knowledge with. Even if I do, it doesn't affect gameplay or the ability of players to locate the guides in question. But its an interesting thought.
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