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3-12-2008 @ 3:30PM
Hmm..am I the only one who quite enjoyed Outlands? Azeroth might not be the first place to be populated in the universe? I don't really see any "startrek"-like objects in outlands. I don't see ppl fly around in spaceships nor any hi-tech machinery other than what the engineers make.If WoW was meant to be "medieval" we wouldn't have goblins or gnomes now, would we?I bet if the draenei race was already a playable race when WoW was first released, no1 would complain about it not fitting in.When it comes to items that some calls "hi-tech" in WoW, many of these already existed in the old WoW. I think it's nice to see some new scenery and items that glow.The most futuristic place in Outlands is Netherstorm and Mana Tombs and yes I do agree that the ethereals looks abit space'ish, but as I wrote earlier, Azeroth might not be where the beginning of life found it's place.I enjoyed Outland very much and think we got some nicely new written lore along with it...but ofc some ppl enjoys only what's within their 4 walls, what's beyond that is of no interest.
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