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1-10-2009 @ 6:42PM
I've decided as a casual, that I was only going to do what I enjoyed... and I enjoy lore. Therefore... I'm working on Loremaster Achievment.I never realized how much fantastic old lore I was missing out on. I happened to finish the loremaster of Northrend, and already had loremaster of Outlands finished so on a whim, I started on the eastern kingdoms and Kalimdor achievements and all the quests i passed by long ago on my trip to 60.Amazing. Blizzard can claim we're feeling "nostalgia" till they're blue in the face... the old world lore still holds its own after all these years. I had almost forgotten how much I really loved old Azeroth, but all these quests have reminded me what an amazing place WOW was once upon a time. I can only imagine the struggle some of you went through on some of these elaborate chains that take you all over the world. It must have been an epic journey with no 60 mount with many steps involving groups and monsters that were elite. Awesome.If you're a casual and you just have a spare hour or so... just head to the nearest low-level area and do a few a day. You don't have to do the achievement all at once, just do a little at a time when you have the time to spare. Even low level quests give you amazing insight to the various races that populate our world. Doing Brill, Sepulcher, and Tarren mill was an eye opener... My characters (mainly Tauren) have always been Kalimdor raised, so I had no idea how early on the true colors of some of the Forsaken showed. Wow... good stuff. So evil. TLDR: Achievment Loremaster. Do it. You're doing yourself a disservice by not experiencing some of the best WOW has to offer.
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