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8-10-2008 @ 8:21AM
For some reason, I've always enjoyed Terokkar. Maybe it's because I have fond memories of leveling through there with an old friend who's since quit WoW, but it's always seemed like an amazing zone. I just love the look and feel of it...plus I've always had a secret urge to one day play as an Arrokoa.Blades Edge has always been my most hated zone, but after I leveled up a horde toon through there, it grew on me a bit. I liked their presence in the zone over the Alliance, and I think it just seemed more 'Horde-suited'. Anytime I play on either character, Horde or Alliance, I just seem to have an expectation on what kind of places I'll be visiting. The Horde zones always seem more gritty and earth-like while the Alliance are much more modernized. So, mostly it depends on the mindset I have at the time.I remember visiting Nagrand and I fell in love instantly, probably because it reminded me of Azeroth after trekking through Hellfire, Zangar, and Terokkar. However, after visiting the other zones and actually leveling through the grindfest that it is, it quickly shot down on my list of favorites. I never really minded that the setting for Outland was to be very alien and strange, but I liked that change from Azeroth...but I can't wait to get back to that aesthetic in Wrath.
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