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8-27-2007 @ 1:11PM
Well the zones being of progressive difficulty, while nice, just means they turn expansion making into a formula, with set, limited-range level spans in zones, and all the mobs and instances accordingly. It kind of marginalizes the threats in the first zones, knowing they're not even a real threat. Naga are melting the glaciers in Borean Tundra? Big threat? Not as a bit a threat as the random bears in Grizzly Hills, which are a few levels higher than those Naga.
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