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4-09-2008 @ 5:16PM
You know what actually makes the quests more interesting? Read the actual text and what the quest is about. The first quests are good tutorials, but after that many of the quests around Azeroth have really cool stories bound to them. In contrast the quests in Outland tend to be more varied and interesting to do but also tend to lack the creativity in the storyline. I also find it a bit sad when I told someone one of my favorite quests involved the blood elf guy having an affair at Falcon Watch. Turns out the person had DONE the quest but simply does not register any of the story lines in their head AT ALL. That's fine, but this person also complained about finding the game's story to be lacking...And I disagree with Cuppycake about helping NPCs with personal struggles that don't affect Azeroth as a whole. When was the last time you helped someone in a way that made a profound impact on your nation as a whole? Oh yeah, never :p Some quests acknowledge you as being significant if not playing a vital role. WoW is about being able to participate in the world that Blizzard has created, not being supreme being over it - there are lots of single player games for that.
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