Cool.And slightly off topic...but da heck is up with that icon Ashelia?
Lol, not a problem.
Nice, I like!
Awesome. That must've been very hard to do.
Dang there are a lot of flight paths nowadays. I remember back when each faction had ~10 per continent.
Nice. It had to be added sooner or later.
<3 This makes me happy.
Very nice indeed. One minor detail:The boat from Theramore in Kalimdor doesn't go to Stormwind.
Nice job!Nitpick: It's "Rut'theran Village", not "Ruth'theran".
Thank you both for the feedback, we'll get it fixed =)
Great job! Very helpful indeed.Just to nit-pick some more with the others... I notice that the Horde path between Orgrimmar and Thunder Bluff is on theKalimdor map, in which case is it worth showing the Alliance equivalent, the tram between Stormwind and Ironforge? I know everything else is zepplins and boats.. but I guess this is still something not all newbies know and could be helpful. =)
Sleepy... missed the "Site Update" portion; I wondered why Blizzard would do this when the Flight Masters show you all the linking paths, maps now have little symbols denoting where a FP is, and there's a tracking feature to help you pinpoint locations. Some are missing, but - anyway... like I said sleepyramblingtime.This is very nice/convenient (though a bit cluttered thanks to the explosion of FPs in 1-60 zones). Seems like something I would do for boredom relief if I worked at Wowhead. =DEdit: Yeahhh, I wanted to find my own nitpick - Tenebrous Cavern, Vashj'ir is missing from the Eastern Kingdoms map.
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The Northrend map is missing Dalaran.
Missing zeppelin path from grom'gol to orgrimmar (Eastern kingdom map)
Theres a flight path in Dun Morogh namedQuest Path 2207: Dun Morogh - Quest - Flight to Gol'Bolar from Ironforge Airfield (48.5, 62.1)It's on the Horde map too, even though it has no connections.
Nice feature, but the maps are a bit small to be able to clearly see where everything is. Would be nice to have a button to expand the map to the full width of the overall frame - or even bigger, resolution permitting!