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3-17-2009 @ 4:09PM
Stuff like this makes me so thankful that I only started playing WoW recently. I've just gotten a character to 70 and it was such an easy and fun experience; and now that stuff like this is going to start mattering, its going to be made easy.This game really has improved so much its run, I can't wait to see what Blizzard's next MMO is like-- when we can see revolution, and not just steady and positive evolution.
3-17-2009 @ 4:17PM
I've been playing for a while. (I was about level 40ish when BC hit) and let me tell you, boy has this game changed. A lot of seemingly intuitive stuff just wasn't in the game, although in your heart you knew it should be. An example is how if you were mounted, it would give you an error when trying to board a flight path rather than dismounting you automatically. Tiny perk, but things like this show how the game has become more user friendly over the years.
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