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    From the PTR: Adopt an Oracle or Frenzyheart Orphan Today

    Posted on Jul 15, 2009 by: Jason Zimmerman
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    Most of the big news coming out about the next patch involves the new Argent Coliseum dungeon and raid encounters, as well as changes to classes. But it seems like the story that is being overlooked is the future of the poor Oracle and Frenzyheart orphans who so desperately need to be adopted by a loving adventurer.

    These children have been orphaned as a result of the war that rages between their two factions in Sholazar Basin. But now, for mere minutes a day, you can make the lives of these poor young creatures happier and more fulfilled.

    oraclequestThat’s right, I’m talking about a new orphan quest for Children’s Week up on the Public Test Realm. There is a quest giver near the fountain in Dalaran who gives you the option to look after one of these two orphans. When I selected the Oracles orphan, the Frenzyheart quest was no longer available to me. As of now I don’t know if we will be able to complete both sides or if Blizzard intends for us to choose only one, (much like we have to do in deciding which faction to align with in Sholazar).

    While this news is certainly not anything to get people jumping out of their seats about, it is a nice addition to the Children’s week holiday and gives us a new orphan to show the world to.
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