Yes but not only that, what I mean is to make special versions of items with historical importance, both items that are rare and items that are not. It is like releasing the legendary version of the items, or the items that were used and existed back then almost in a poetic sense.
The successors of the Golden Set and Nightmare set that we have nowadays in the game are not legendary because they are still there, they exist NOW, in a time that is away from the time where they had historical relevance, they are not THE Golden Set or THE Nightmare set of back then because they don't carry the meanings and the relevance that they carried at that time , now they account for something different. This is not a 100% logical concept but more like a poetic concept. But the items of the Golden Set of Legacy that some players have, or the Eye of Carnax for example, are still legendary because only those that got them back then still have them, so it's like they are frozen in time, and for that they still carry the legendary status that they once had.
What I would like therefore is for special limited releases of items with historical importance, I heard that the staff was thinking about updating the old quests, this is a good opportunity to release such items since not everyone is aware of the legendary items of the past anymore. For example if the Frozen Claymore quest is updated special "legendary" or "mythic" versions of the weapon could also be released in parallel for a limited time.
This would introduce a new category of items to the game, "mythics" which would be something different from rares, they are not just items "that can't be acquired anymore", but items that are legendary within the game's lore itself and for that are rare.
Again this is all a very poetic concept, but one that I think is interesting.
PS: These items must not be only cosmetic versions though, they could have stats that approached the old stats(but don't brake the game) or are updates of those(in case they're too weak for nowadays standards).
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